These hot springs have healed our ancestors and continue to spring forth from the ground.
Japan’s leading hot spring resorts are in eastern Hokkaido. Although the spring quality and history of each hot spring is different, what they have in common is that they have soothing countless people for a long time and continue to attract people today. Well, which hot spring shall we travel to?
Boasting over a 100 years of history, Onneyu hot spring was opened in 1899. Among the areas of Saroma, Kitami, Onneyu and Abashi
Before Lake Nukabira existed, this was a hot spring which had been soothing people since the beginning of the Taisho Period. Thi
Lake Shikaribetsu is located in the highest area in Hokkaido The hot spring wells up close to the lake. That is Lake Shikaribets
The hot water in Tokachigawa hot spring is a moor (plant-derived) hot spring which has taken millions of years to be created. So
In the area of Shiretoko, Rausu and Nakashibetsu, Utoro hot spring resort is one of the largest hot spring resorts. Although one
Steam rising and the smell of sulfur drifting up from Kawayu hot spring. There is a taste that is typical of a Japanese hot spri
If you speak of hot springs in the areas of Asahikawa, Sounkyo and Monbetsu, surely it has to be Sounkyo hot spring. It is well-
When the Edo period was coming to an end, already the Ainu people had started to use the Lake Akan hot spring. This area has now