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Yoro Keikoku Valley, Chiba

The Yoro Valley or Yoro Keikoku is a rugged, lush, valley carved over centuries by the Yoro River. It is located in the central Boso peninsula of Chiba prefecture between

Tsubo-yu Onsen

There are thousands of onsen in Japan but Tsubo-yu beats them all. Not only is it one of the oldest hot spring baths in the country but it is arguably the smallest.

Tokyo Winter Breaks: Kusatsu Onsen

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.

GALA Yuzawa Snow Resort

The GALA Yuzawa Snow Resort is less than 80 minutes from Tokyo by Joetsu Shinkansen, which means that even a day-trip to this ski resort from Tokyo is possible.

Zao Onsen

Zao Onsen (Zao hotspring) is one of the oldest hotsprings in the northeastern part of the Tohoku region. It's claimed that this onsen was discovered some 1,900 years ago.

Nyuto Onsen, Akita

Nyuto Onsen is an amalgamation of 7 onsen spas located in the Hachimantai National Park. The park is located at the edge of Akita and Iwate prefectures. Most of the onsen are open to the public and are mixed gender for onsen baths, some also have private baths available for ryokan guests. A lot of the pools have murky water making them more private.