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Ooedo Onsen Monogatari is a lavish hot spring theme park on Odaiba. Decorated to replicate the historic town of Edo, it is a beautiful and relaxing place to spend a day.
Hakone has many hiking trails. Most of them are easy hiking courses like trails around the lake, the old Hakone Highway and the hiking trail up Mt. Komagatake, or uphill past the boiling Valley of Owaku-dani.
Most travellers who come to Japan and even people living here never head to northern Honshu, which is packed to the brim with cool and amazing things to see and do.
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On a rainy day in Hakone, what better to do than visit one of many beautiful onsen in the quiet, peaceful mountains?  A quick search online (using my wifi router from
The village of Nagayu in Oita, Japan, has naturally carbonated riverside hot springs for bathing and easy access to Aso-Kuju National Park.
Everybody who visits Matsuyama has a look at Dogo Onsen. But what's it like to go in and take a bath? It's a real experience!
Wintertime in Nikko: your gateway to fun, food, and incredible natural beauty. Head to nearby Yumoto Onsen or Lake Chuzenji for skiing, ice carvings, and relaxing hot springs.
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!