Onsen: A Guide To The Onsens In Japan

Onsens are hot springs where you can bathe in hot water, it is an incredibly relaxing experience. Japan has thousands of onsens all over the country. There are indoor and outdoor baths, and they are often indicated on a map with this symbol ♨, or in Japanese with "ゆ” or ”湯”.

Onsen: A Guide To The Onsens In Japan

Another Area You Need to Add to Your Bucket List: The Blue Pond in Hokkaido

"Aoiike"(青い池), which means the blue pond is a stunning area to visit while you're in Hokkaido! The area isn't so touristy yet, which makes you feel like you've discovered a secret paradise. It is outside of Shirogane Onsen, so be sure to check this place out while you're in the area!

Lili Wanderlust
Lili Wanderlust

Mountains & Hot Springs - Find Real Japanese Charm & Beautiful Food In Nozawa Onsen

Nozawa Onsen is a small village in the Northern part of Nagano prefecture, Japan. If you've ever been to Japan in the winter or planning a trip here you might have come across the name, but for most it's been a pretty well-kept secret for decades! Come an enjoy traditional Japanese charm, mountain culture, and the healing hot springs in Nozawa Onsen!

Jonathan
Jonathan

5 Places To Eat Amazing Seafood & Enjoy An Onsen In Atami City, Izu Penisula

Ready for fresh seafood and a relaxing onsen? Get down to Atami! The small city lies at the northeastern base of the Izu Peninsula, less than an hour west of Tokyo by shinkansen. Due to its close proximity to Tokyo it's very popular with tourists on weekends and international visitors alike! Check out these 5 smashing places for a hot onsen and delicious seafood!

Jonathan
Jonathan