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Cool Japan Guide / Japan's Famous Hot Springs Kanto Region / Tochigi

Nasu-onsen-kyo Hot Spring Village

Address: Nasu-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi
Directions: 50 min ride from JR Nasu-Shiobara Station (Tohoku Shinkansen Line) by bus for Nasu-Yumoto.

(Nasu-onsen-kyo Hot Spring Village)

It is believed that a deer was witnessed healing its wounds in this hot spring about 1400 years ago. Seven hot springs are spotted on the slope of Nasu-dake Valley. Its main hot spring, Nasu-Yumoto-onsen, includes a historical spot called "Sessho-seki," a stone that is believed to be the transformation of a legendary fox with nine tails, while a communal bath called "Shika-no-yu (deer's bath)" still maintains the atmosphere of a traditional therapeutic bath. Santogoya-onsen is a secluded hot spring in a deep mountain area that you can reach only on foot. Yahata-onsen is a popular sightseeing spot especially in mid-May to early June, when the azaleas bloom.
Visit the Link: http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/attractions/rest/onsen/onsen_p2.html

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Kinugawa-onsen Hot Spring

Address: Kinugawa-onsen, Nikko, Tochigi
Directions: Exit at Kinugawa-onsen Station (Tobu Kinugawa Line).

(Kinugawa-onsen Hot Spring)

Kinugawa-onsen is a hot spring village filled with nature, located along the Kinu-gawa River which runs through Nikko National Park. Since early times, people have loved this hot spring saying, "Kawaji-onsen for wounds and Kinugawa-onsen for burns." It is conveniently located and takes only about two hours travel from Asakusa, Tokyo. There are also a number of theme parks and skiing areas nearby. If you go a little further, you can also enjoy a visit to Nikko to see Nikko-tosho-gu Shrine, a world heritage site, as well as Nikko-Futarasan-jinja Shrine and Rin-o-ji Temple. This is what makes Kinugawa-onsen one of the most popular destinations in Japan.
Visit the Link: http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/attractions/rest/onsen/onsen_p2.html

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By TS on Aug 19, 2012
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