An accommodation with an onsen sourced from a famous hot spring water in Arima in quaint Japanese atmosphere
Ume-no-yu, built in 1927, is a traditional Japanese sento (public bathhouse) that has been featured on television both in Japan and overseas.
Known for its low-temperature bubble bath, Kotobuki-yu (Happy Bath) is a retro-style public bathhouse with a tank of colored carp.
An inn popular for its spacious and comfortable guestrooms
Filled with divine blessings. A spacious, comfortable bath
One of Tsukioka's most luxurious inns
Relax at the first onsen in the Kansai region approved by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare as a facility promoting health through onsen bathing
Open-air baths in every guest room
It is a locally well-established public bathhouse with the motto of “an oasis in the town.” Its cleanliness with the friendly atmosphere is attractive.
Therapeutic onsen with effects that remain long after your visit
Jakotsuyu is a sento (public bathhouse) that dates from the Edo Period. Its convenient location in Asakusa make it an excellent stop after a day of sightseeing. Enjoy the natural hot spring and open-air baths.
Arima Hot Spring, located an hour's trip away from Osaka, is known as a retreat in the Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe areas. It is famous for being one of Japan's three oldest hot springs.
Kansai's most famous dark-colored hot springs. The golden hot spring water is rich in sodium and iron
The most popular of Kinosaki’s outdoor baths. The dynamic waterfall is a favorite
A stylish sento (public bathhouse) with various baths including a Jacuzzi that you can visit empty-handed.
A hotel with Yonezawa beef, spa services and private baths
This hotel's highlight is the open-air bath that overlooks its garden
Relax and relieve yourself of daily stress and exhaustion
Soak in the hot springs while looking out through the pine forest at Shirahama Beach
The serene atmosphere and space provide a leisurely onsen experience for travelers