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The village of Nagayu in Oita, Japan, has naturally carbonated riverside hot springs for bathing and easy access to Aso-Kuju National Park.
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!
Nikko Lakeside Hotel offers public hot springs on the shores of Lake Chuzenji. Enjoy a relaxing soak while enjoying scenic views of the area.
Dogo Onsen is said to be the model for the bathhouse in the animation “Spirited Away”. It’s the oldest hot spring in Japan, with a history going back over 3,000 years
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.
Ikkyu Onsen on the edge of Kumamoto City offers beautiful private baths for those not comfortable baring it all in the public onsen.

Go to Yukemuri no Sato for total relaxation in a natural onsen and the experience of an electric bath.

A few hours from Tokyo in Japan's Gunma prefecture, the quaint old hot-spring resort town of Kusatsu Onsen has a charming traditional atmosphere, making for a relaxing break from the city.