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

Ikaho-onsen Hot Spring

Address: Ikaho-machi, Shibukawa, Gunma
Directions: 25 min ride by bus for Ikaho-onsen from JR Shibukawa Station (Joetsu Line) to the final bus stop, Ikaho-onsen.

(Ikaho-onsen Hot Spring)

Ikaho-onsen is a hot spring town that has been popular among people since the period of Manyo in the first half of the 8th century. People of cultural eminence, such as Yumeji Takehisa and Roka Tokutomi, also embraced this place with its stone steps that symbolize the town. After walking up 360 stone steps, through a number of inns and souvenir shops, you can find Ikaho-jinja Shrine. Further along, you will see hot water escaping from the dome-shaped glass at the spring. The water is a brownish-red color, unique to Ikaho, and is directly taken from the spring. It works for neuralgic pains and for backaches, and is famous as "the water to be blessed by children." Some say that Onsen-manju (hot spring cake) was first made in this town.
Visit the Link: http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/attractions/rest/onsen/onsen_p2.html
Kusatsu-onsen Hot Spring

Address: Kusatsu-cho, Agatsuma-gun, Gunma
Directions: 25 min ride by bus for Kusatsu-onsen Bus Terminal from JR Naganohara-Kusatsuguchi Station (Agatsuma Line) to the final stop, Kusatsu-onsen Bus Terminal.

Kusatsu-onsen is a therapeutic bath that has been popular since ancient times, as believed to be found by Prince Yamatotakeru-no-mikoto in Japanese mythology. It is said that this hot spring can cure any disease except love sickness. Its unique way of bathing called Jikan-yu is what makes this hot spring well known: 100% pure hot spring water, just sourced, is experienced at one of the highest acid levels and temperatures in Japan. Close to "Yubatake," the facility symbolizing Kusatsu-onsen in the center of town, you can partake in strolling and foot bathing at "Yukemuri-tei" around the clock. Kusatsu-onsen is one of three of the most famous hot springs 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 21, 2012
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