Hot springs in Japan

I love visiting Japan.

Japan has a wealth of unusual hot springs -- some that you can bathe in and others that are just fun to visit. Blogger Greg has written a comprehensive blog on this topic alone.

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Elizabeth



What Wonderful Travels in Hokkaido, JAPAN!

Noboribetsu, part of Shikotsu-Toya National Park, is one of the popular onsen (hot spring) towns in Japan.



Japan’s Yunessun: Sake, Wine, Coffee, Green Tea Spas

"Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt loved to bathe in wine and now at Yunessun’s Wine Spa, you can too. The 12-foot high wine bottle is like no other. You can actually watch the wine as it pours into the spa a few times daily."



Peachy Keen: New Years Part 2 - Yufuin and Beppu

"You can't really go to Beppu without seeing the hells (themed hot springs). There are several, but we ended up going to Umi Jigoku (Sea Hell) and Shiraike Jigoku (White pond Hell). Umi was pretty neat since the water is a cool electric blue (if you can see past the steam) and it had a neat foot bath where you can kick around huge, deformed grapefruit around. "



Mary and Sean's Adventures Abroad: Jigokudani Monkey Park, part 2

"So close in fact, that monkeys could be found leisurely hanging about, scampering across the roof, looking in your window as you change clothes, and even climbing in the hot tub with you."



Onsen (Hot Spring) Addict in Japan: Cascading Waterfall Shower

"Hot spring water cascading onto your body is the healing experience of utaseyu. Try it, and you'll never want to stop."

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