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As a tourist with tattoos in Japan I have found it difficult to experience the benefits of a traditional Onsen. On many occasions I have not been able to enter the relaxing waters, at both public baths and Ryokans. Much to the disappointment of my body which had been carrying around a heavy backpack for weeks. However, all of that changed when I came across the Hyotan Hot Springs in Beppu.
Kinosaki Onsen is famous for its seven hot springs. However, there are some small secrets that will make your stay here even more interesting and enjoyable.
If you thought train travel was a drag, think again! This onsen at the JR Takahata Station makes your railway journey a dream.
Biwa no Yu in Asama Onsen is a beautiful, historical spa that promises a relaxing day out.
Atami-yu is an old fashioned bath house with a traditional design and beautiful murals of Mount Fuji.
Soak away your aches in a replicated Meiji-era bathhouse in Ishikawa Prefecture's Yamashiro Onsen.
Benifuji no Yu Onsen is a hot spring bath at Mt. Fuji's Lake Yamanaka. Picturesque views of red Fuji ("aka fuji") can be seen from the outdoor baths in winter and in autumn impressive illuminations of the autumn foliage attracts visitors to the natural hot spring.