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I experience Japanese onsen for the first time at the Niseko Hilton in Hokkaido
Apart from snow and onsens (hot springs), another of the natural gifts that the Niseko area has been blessed with is an abundance of mineral drinking water springs.
A trip to Yukoro Onsen in Niseko, Hokkaido, the most inexpensive onsen within walking distance of the ski hill.
Niseko, Hokkaido offers even more to do in the summer months than it does in the winter.
Yuki Chichibu Onsen, the only onsen in Niseko that also has a mud bath.
The area is dominated by Mount Esan, a still active Stratovolcano that rises straight out of the sea. Its Azaleas in early summer are a big tourist draw.
It was the day that route 58, the mountain pass that connects Hanazono to Goshiki Onsen (Goshiki Hot Spring) opened after a long winter of being out of bounds.
This particular hot spring is referred to as Kakenagashi – the thermal water is not filtered from the source by any man made devices or recirculated back into the pools.