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Japan's rich and famous head to the cooler highland areas in the summer, and one of the best known is Nasu Kogen. Even the imperial family has a villa there. It is also home to one of Japan's top onsen ryokan hotels, the Nasu Kogen Sanraku.
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A popular onsen spot near Tokyo is the Nikko area in Tochigi prefecture such as the Kinugawa onsen. Located two hours from Tokyo, it is easily accessible by bus or train with JR or Tobu line. Kinugawa Park Hotels are one of the best hotels in this area to enjoy an unforgettable week-end with delicious food and amazing facilities. 
Perfect for a romantic getaway, for families, or for large groups, this campsite has something for everyone! This remote location offers a refreshing retreat from city life and comes with warm welcoming hospitality from its owner.
Ryokan Funamisou, overlooking the Kinugawa River not far from Nikko in Tochigi-ken, is a relaxing onsen-hotel and a fine weekend getaway spot.
If you are looking for a unique experience in an exceptional setting, look no further than Kaniyu Onsen. This ryokan hidden deep in the mountains of Oku-Nikko is well worth the trek to get there. Experience the regional countryside fare, hike through the forests, gain a deeper understanding of the local history, and of course, relax in one of the best onsens in Japan.
Mongolian Village Tenger has some traditional yurts for a great fun accommodation option in Nasu Kogen. A nice onsen and great food make for a fantastic stay.
Tucked away in Nikko’s Kuriyama region is a small Minshuku village surrounded by mountains, rivers and small farms. This is a town where everyone knows your name and greets you with a smile and a wave. One particular Minshuku, Fukufuji, stands out from the rest for its food, affordability, and most notably its staff.
A real Japanese experience: traditional accommodation, kaiseki cuisine (traditional Japanese multi-dinner course) and a nice onsen (hot spring).