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Sukayu Onsen

  • Aomori

Known as “Hiba Sennin Buro” (the 1,000 person bath), Sukayu Onsen is a tradi…

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Sukayu Onsen

Ginzan Onsen

  • Yamagata

Travel back in time to classical Japan in Ginzan Onsen! The town is home to wooden hot s…

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Ginzan Onsen

Nyuto Onsenkyo

  • Akita

Nyuto Onsenkyo is a popular hidden hot spring area home to seven hot spring inns each wi…

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Nyuto Onsenkyo

Zao Onsen

  • Yamagata

Zao Onsen features abundant sulphuric hot spring water with strong acidity. The town&rsq…

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Zao Onsen

Higashiyama Onsen

  • Fukushima

Higashiyama Onsen is one of three renowned hot springs in Tohoku along with Kaminoyama O…

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Higashiyama Onsen

Goshougake Onsen

  • Akita

Goshogake Onsen is located on the Hachimantai Aspite Line, a scenic driving route traver…

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Goshougake Onsen

Sakunami Onsen

  • Miyagi

Sakunami Onsen is a popular hot spring town on the outskirts of Sendai. The springs are …

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Sakunami Onsen

Matsukawa Onsen

  • Iwate

Matsukawa Onsen is a small hot spring resort located in Hachimantai, which is known for …

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Matsukawa Onsen

Asamushi Onsen

  • Aomori

The scenic local “Aoimori Railway” line connects Aomori and the hot spring t…

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Asamushi Onsen

Togatta Onsen

  • Miyagi

With over 400 years of history, Togatta Onsen has long been popular with people seeking …

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Togatta Onsen

Yuze Onsen

  • Akita

Yuze Onsen, located midway between Morioka and Lake Towada, is an onsen area along a mou…

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Yuze Onsen

Maezawa Magariya Shuraku

  • Fukushima

It is said by the local people that Maezawa Magariya Shuraku is a community opened by Ai…

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Maezawa Magariya Shuraku

Oyasukyo Onsen

  • Akita

Oyasukyo Gorge was formed through fluvial erosion over thousands of years. A walking pat…

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Oyasukyo Onsen

Tendo Onsen

  • Yamagata

Tendo is the largest producer of shogi pieces in Japan. Title matches featuring professi…

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Tendo Onsen

Naruko Onsenkyo

  • Miyagi

With more than 1,000 years of history, Naruko Onsen-kyo consists of a group of five Onse…

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Naruko Onsenkyo

Ichinoseki Hot Spring Area

  • Iwate

This hot spring area lies along Route 342 that leads from Ichinoseki city through to Aki…

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Ichinoseki Hot Spring Area

Towada Oyu Onsen

  • Akita

Located south of Lake Towada, Oyu Onsen is a hot springs area that naturally sprang fort…

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Towada Oyu Onsen

Takayu Onsen

  • Fukushima

Takayu Onsen is a hot spring town nestled in the Azuma Mountains. Visitors can enjoy nin…

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Takayu Onsen

Hachimantai Onsenkyo

  • Multiple Areas

Mount Hachimantai is a mountainous plateau rising 1,613m above sea level stretching over…

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Hachimantai Onsenkyo

Yunohama Onsen

  • Yamagata

Yunohama Onsen offers luxurious hot spring experiences at hotels facing the Sea of Japan…

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Yunohama Onsen

Hijiori Onsen

  • Yamagata

Hijori Onsen is a hot spring district that still today retains the atmosphere of a tradi…

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Hijiori Onsen

Kawarage Jigoku

  • Akita

Kawarage Jigoku is one of the three major sacred places in Japan, along with Mt. Osore i…

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Kawarage Jigoku

Tsukioka Onsen

  • Niigata

Tsukioka Onsen is famed for its rich sulphuric water with one of the highest sulphur con…

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Tsukioka Onsen

Ashinomaki Onsen

  • Fukushima

Ashinomaki Onsen is proud of its beautiful valley and natural hot spring with abundant h…

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Ashinomaki Onsen

Jigokudani Walking Trail

  • Miyagi

The Jigokudani Walking Trail is a hidden gem nestled in the Onikobe Onsen district. Whil…

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Jigokudani Walking Trail

Tsuchiyu Hot Spring

  • Fukushima

Together with Togatta and Naruko, Tsuchiyu is said to be one of the three great birthpla…

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Tsuchiyu Hot Spring

Tamagawa Onsen

  • Akita

Tamagawa Onsen is unique in Japan for two reasons. The first is that it is the source of…

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Tamagawa Onsen

Tsugaru Minamida Onsen

  • Aomori

This hot spring inn has various baths including the famous “Apple Bath” as w…

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Tsugaru Minamida Onsen

Matsushima Onsen

  • Miyagi

Matsushima Onsen is a new hot spring that opened in 2008 in Matsushima, one of the Three…

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Matsushima Onsen

Ganiba Onsen

  • Akita

Ganiba Onsen was named after the crabs living in the nearby stream. The Onsen is popular…

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Ganiba Onsen

Iwamuro Onsen

  • Niigata

Iwamuro Onsen is quiet retreat from Niigata City and a hot spring area with more than 30…

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Iwamuro Onsen

Kawatabi Onsen

  • Miyagi

Naruko Onsenkyo consists of five hot spring areas. These are Naruko Onsen, Higashi-Naruk…

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Kawatabi Onsen

Lasanta

  • Miyagi

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Lasanta

Osawa Onsen

  • Iwate

With 1,200 years of history, Osawa Onsen is popular with people coming both for its seas…

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Osawa Onsen

Oga Hot Spring Village

  • Akita

The Oga Peninsula is the home of the strange creatures known as Namahage, demons with te…

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Oga Hot Spring Village

Tsuru-no-Yu Onsen

  • Akita

Tsuru-no-Yu Onsen is the oldest hot spring in Nyuto Onsenkyo and used to be a spa resort…

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Tsuru-no-Yu Onsen

Fossa Magna Itoigawa Onsen

  • Niigata

The waters of Itoigawa Onsen gush forth from a depth of 1,000m, from the huge Fossa Magn…

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Fossa Magna Itoigawa Onsen

Kamasaki Onsen

  • Miyagi

A hot spring resort dotted with five inns with a spring at the bottom of the valley at t…

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Kamasaki Onsen

Akinomiya Onsenkyo (Hot Spring Village)

  • Akita

Akinomiya Onsenkyo is a picturesque hot spring village beloved by writers such as Saneat…

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Akinomiya Onsenkyo (Hot Spring Village)

Senami Onsen

  • Niigata

Senami Onsen is a famous hot spring resort just 10 minutes by car from Murakami Station.…

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Senami Onsen
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