Mount Iō and the Kawayu Onsen offer natural hotsprings and sulphur fumaroles.
Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan in Japan, is the oldest hotel in the world.
We follow this up with a dip in the neighbouring Onsen(hot springs);
The oldest Onsen in Japan, Dogo Onsen has a history of 3,000 years.
There are also areas where Koshizaki Onsen is dressed as a yukata, for example.
A visitor centre, various campgrounds and Onsen provide facilities for tourists coming to the area.
Zao Onsen is one of the oldest resorts in the country
and home to its famous‘Ice Monsters.'.
Multiple snow regions can be found in the area,
but the most famous is Zao Onsen in Yamagata Prefecture.
For this reason, a communal bath in the hot springs(Onsen) has become a traditional activity at a ryokan.
The main regions are Hakuba and Otari,
Shiga Kogen and the Nozawa Onsen area- all of which hosted Olympic events.
Ise-Shima National Park Yoshino-Kumano National Park Sakakibara Onsen-
Famous Onsen near Tsu, considered to be the 3rd best Onsen in Japan.
Follow a day of alpine athleticism with a dip in an Onsen- a traditional hot springs bath found at
or near many resorts.
A large part of the fun is staying in traditional ryokans(inns)
en route where your nightly feast will be preceded by an Onsen(communal hot spring bath).
The river views outside Arai Ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn founded in 1872,
with tatami-mat guest rooms, Onsen baths, and even foot baths on some of the balcony guestrooms,