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Yunotsu Onsen

Home of rustic onsen and fighting demons.

Higashiyama Onsen

Higashiyama Onsen is a historical onsen (hot spring) town located on the eastern outskirts of Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture...

Sankyo Soko Storehouses

The picturesque Sankyo Soko Storehouses sit at the heart of Sakata, a portside city on the sea of Japan in Yamagata Prefecture...

Kyomise Shopping District

Located just south of Matsue Castle, Kyomise Shopping District was founded in 1724 and originally built to resemble similar streets from Kyoto...

Ureshino Onsen

Tucked away in the southwestern part of Saga Prefecture, Ureshino is a small town known for its onsen (hot springs) and green tea...

Rakusuien Tea House

Although the city of Fukuoka opened Rakusuien to the public in 1996 as a Japanese garden complete with a tea house, its history stretches back almost a century earlier and was once the home of a wealthy merchant family...

Tamatsukuri Onsen

The oldest record of Tamatsukuri Onsen dates back to the year 733 and claims that bathing in these hot springs once will make you beautiful while bathing in them twice will cure all diseases...

Kirishima Onsen

Located in the shadows of southern Kyushu’s mighty Kirishima Mountains, Kirishima Onsen is known throughout Japan as a premier hot spring region...

Shirahone Onsen

Shirahone Onsen is located in the quiet and peaceful Chubusangaku National Park in Nagano Prefecture...

Arakurayama Sengen Park

With one of the most iconic views of Mount Fuji, Arakurayama Sengen Park shouldn’t be misSed on trips to Yamanashi Prefecture...

Hasedera Temple (Nara)

Hasedera Temple in Nara Prefecture is the main temple of the Buzan sect of Shingon Buddhism, giving rise to 3000 member temples in Japan...

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