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Set in an idyllic, mountainous environment, Kurama Onsen is certified by Kyoto City Health and Hygiene Research Center to contain natural minerals that have health and beauty benefits.
Located in the quaint northern suburbs of Kyoto, Funaoka Onsen was established in 1923 and is one of the most authentic old school bath houses in Kyoto. With a controversial decor, a sauna and seven leisure pools, you will soon find out which one has an electric bath!
For the Japanese people, tea ceremony is not only a way to commune with the guests but also an art form to showcase its ancient history and culture.
Soak your troubles away at the Amanohashidate onsen, next to one of the top three sights in Japan
Fall in love all over again this autumn and rediscover the ancient traditions of Momiji-gari, from woodblock prints to Kyoto sweets, from boating to haiku reading
Wellbeing is not a new idea, it is as old as time itself. The highlight at Ayabe is the outdoor baths. With a modern infinity like edge, it looks something straight from a resort. The clean lines and minimalist monochrome decor invites you to sink into a state of deep relaxation. The view beyond the green hedge is of green valleys and mountains in the horizon, and if you are here in winter, the steam rising from the hot springs, combined with the snow topped mountains and a dusting of snow in the township makes for a magical sight.