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I only visited this place because I had decided to see as much Japanese culture as I could. I didn't really see the attraction of sharing a bath with other naked men but my son said it was a must do while in Japan and...More
We (family with children age 16 and 14) stayed here for two nights in the beginning of July as part of our journey to Japan. In the after math this was selected as the best experience on the whole journey by my family! We had...More
Split between males and females, I wasn't planning on going to an onsen on my trip, but on my way from Shinhotoka Ropeway course, I thought itd be stupid of me to go to a mountain and not visit an onsen.
So i went in,...More
An amazing onsen near Kamikochi and also on route between Matsumoyo & Takayama. We visited it as day onsen customers rather than an overnight stay. Very large pools. A very rustic yet very well maintained. I'd come back in a heartbeat. Be careful when driving...More
We were staying in Takayama town centre with my wife and were not satisfied with the onsen at the hotel so I started looking for a good one around the neighborhood and I found this place. Although we were not staying in the hotel we...More
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Oh yes, if you are coming from Takayama, take the Nohi bus, the bus station is just next to the Takayama train station. The bus stop is number 5. You could purchase the bus ticket from the ladies at counter or pay as you get... More
Oh yes, if you are coming from Takayama, take the Nohi bus, the bus station is just next to the Takayama train station. The bus stop is number 5. You could purchase the bus ticket from the ladies at counter or pay as you get off the bus.
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