Updated: 2017-10-03 17:53
  Lamune Onsen is a spa facility located in Taketa, Oita Prefecture. It is affectionately named after the age-old popular Japanese soft drink lamune. It is located in the area known as Nagayu...
Updated: 2017-08-17 17:20
Mud Bath The outdoor bath for women offers "mud mask", which is made from natural hot spring deposits. Mud is applied to the face and body, and once it is dried, it is washed off to reveal smooth...
Updated: 2017-06-08 17:30
"Futsukaichi Onsen" is known as a famous hot springs area which has about 1300 year's history. This location offers easy access to various sightseeing spots. Visitors can go from here to Kyushu Nation...
Updated: 2017-04-14 16:21
  The Yuyado Square is located along the main street of the Ureshino onsen town. Here, visitors can use the foot bath for free where one can soak their legs in the hot water, drawing in a lot...
Updated: 2017-02-28 17:37
  Yamaga Onsen has already been around more than a thousand years ago as written in the Wamyouruijusho, the Japanese dictionary from the Heian period (year 794 to 1185). The hot springs here a...
Updated: 2017-01-16 17:44
  The onsen town of Yunohira is located about 15 minutes away by car from Yufuin. The stone pavements of the streets as well as the sound of the river nearby evokes a strong, inviting feeling...
Updated: 2016-12-09 16:21
Right in the heart of Hatto is a place that best gives off the real feel of an onsen, called Kannawa Hot Springs. Surrounded by the vastness of rising vapor, it is definitely a scenery that symbo...
Updated: 2016-08-12 18:48
Tamana Onsen is one of the best hot springs in Kumamoto, being proud of its abundant, high-quality spring water with a history over 1,300 years old. It is also called ”Ryuganji Onsen,” and has been...
Updated: 2016-07-22 13:55
  Aside from being known for the neutrality of its clear waters, the Shimabara hot spring is also known for being gentle on the skin and is particularly effective in treating cuts, burns, and...
Updated: 2016-07-12 15:05
  Hirauchi-kaichu Onsen is mysterious in that the natural baths only appear at low tide, twice a day, and 2 hours at a time. Customers truly feel as if they are part of nature seeing the...

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