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Takegawara Onsen

There is no shortage of onsen (hot spring) options in Beppu, Oita Prefecture...

Manza Onsen

Well, if you only want to be warm while soaking in a natural hot spring, then a great, relatively convenient option is Manza Onsen in Gunma Prefecture...

Matsunoyama Onsen

Matsunoyama Onsen is a tiny onsen village tucked away in snowy Niigata Prefecture...

Obama Onsen

On the eastern side of the Shimabara peninsula sits Obama Onsen, home to some of the hottest spring waters and the longest foot bath in Japan...

Tsuetate Onsen

Nestled deep inside a valley in the far north of Kumamoto sits the steaming town of Tsuetate Onsen, an ancient pocket of Japan seemingly frozen in time...

Ginzan Onsen

Yamagata Prefecture is filled with some of the best onsen, or hot spring baths in Japan and is conveniently connected to Tokyo via bullet train...

Yunotsu Onsen

Visiting Yunotsu is like jumping into a photograph from the 1900s—a time when Japanese houses didn’t have baths, so hot springs were the only bathing option...

Chichu Art Museum

If you only visit one place on the island of Naoshima, make it the Chichu Art Museum...

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

Located amongst a cluster of museums and galleries in Ueno Park,  the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum is one of the capital's major art spots...

Matsumoto City Museum of Art

As such, the Matsumoto City Museum of Art, built in 2002, has devoted its entire collection to artists who have come from or whose work has been influenced by the city of Matsumoto in Nagano Prefecture...

The National Museum of Western Art

Samurai armor, calligraphy, and Japanese textiles aren’t the only thing to be found in museums in Japan...

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