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Accommodations / Hot Spring Spots in Toya / Noboribetsu / Tomakomai Area

  • Noboribetsu hot spring
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Noboribetsushi Noboribetsuonsenchou
    This onsen, which is consistently ranked at the top of Japan's Top 100 Onsen each year, is in the tourist onsen area called Jigokudani Valley, and is known as the Onsen Department Store for its nine different kinds of hot spring waters. In addition to the onsen of Jigokudani, there is also the Noboribetsu Bear Ranch nearby.
  • Dai-ichi Takimotokan
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Noboribetsushi Noboribetsuonsenchou 55
    This 160-year-old historic Noboribetsu ryokan (Japanese style inn) is located beside the Jigokudani valley. Its greatest attraction, the large bathing hall, boasts 5 hot spring sources and extraordinary volumes of water. The great bathing hall is open 24 hours and day only guests are welcome. In winter, one can enjoy a beautiful snowscape while relaxing in the open-air bath. Beverages (at cost) may be served to you in the open-air bath.
  • Noboribetsu Manseikaku Hotel
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Noboribetsu-shi Noboribetsuonsencho 21
    This hotel in the Noboribetsu hot spring area is a one-minute walk from Noboribetsu Onsen Terminal, and about ten minutes by car from Noboribetsu West Interchange, and is also available for day use. A bathing plan that includes lunch or dinner at the restaurant on the 3rd floor is offered on weekends and holidays. The spring water is acidic-sulfur containing-aluminum-sulfate / chloride said to be effective for nerve pain, muscle soreness, and joint pain. The water is unsuitable for some conditions such as pregnancy. The bath has milky-white hot water and apart from the large bathing area, there is also a sleeping bath with a jacuzzi, an outdoor bath, and a sauna. A variety of shampoos are available.
  • Restaurant Maccarina
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    4.5
    94 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Hokkaido Abutagunmakkarimura Midorioka 172-3
    This French-style hotel and restaurant has been listed in the Michelin Guide for Hokkaido and is located in the magnificent natural surroundings of Makkari Village in Abuta County, Hokkaido. Using seasonal vegetables grown in the midst of the winds and spring waters from Mt. Yotei, Restaurant Maccarina offers simple and exquisite French cuisine. The freshly harvested vegetables which are served after the appetizer is Restaurant Maccarina at its best. The meat and fish too, served as a main course, is full of flavor with the seasons of Hokkaido. Here you can relax and eat, while looking out on the surrounding natural beauty, in the tranquil expanse that feels the warmth of the trees.

    Another gastronomic experience! It was our second visit and will definitely be back for more. Too many delicious dishes to put into words. Just come, you won’t regret it!

  • Onsen Sento Yumoto Sagiriyu
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    4.5
    52 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Noboribetsushi Noboribetsuonsenchou 60
    At almost the center of Hokkaido's Noboribetsu Onsen, this day-trip hot spring facility uses 100% free-flowing water from the source. Jigokudani is a tourist area in Noboribetsu Onsen with spring water sources of varying compositions. A strongly acidic one known as Ichigo-otsusen (Sulfur Spring) warms the body quickly and is effective for skin diseases and other ailments; their Me-no-Yu (Alum Spring) is effective for conjunctivitis and can only be found at Sagiriyu. The two hot springs feeding the large public bath also come from Jigokudani, letting guests experience the healing of free-flowing hot-spring water from the source. Ease the fatigue of the day away with their popular Jacuzzi; you can even lie down in it. They also have a fully equipped sauna.

    This is a little hidden onsen on the main road in the onsen resort part of town. It is a very simple onsen, having only 4 pools and a sauna, with no outdoor facilities. You enter from the street...

  • Oyunuma River Natural Footbath
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Noboribetsushi Noboribetsuonsenchou
    Enjoy this natural footbath for free in the hot spring area representative of Hokkaido, Noboribetu Onsen. With sulfur springs, there are many kinds of sources in Noboribetsu Onsen. In the vicinity of the hot spring town, there is a promenade leading to Jigokudani (Hell Valley) and Oyunuma, and Oyunuma River Natural Footbath is located near Taisho Jigoku Unusual anywhere in Japan, the spring water gushing from Oyunuma flows into a natural river and is a footbath spot as it is. The footbath uses depressions in the river for a moderate temperature. While listening to the gentle murmur of the river, it is set up so that you can enjoy it all while sitting in the milky hot spring.
  • Rusutsu Onsen
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Abutagunrusutsumura Rusutsu 156-2
    A day trip hot spring bath facility located in Rusutsu Village, Abuta County, Hokkaido. The bathhouse' small building features baths constantly replenished kakenagashi style direct from a natural spring. The facilities windows offer views of the abundant surrounding natural beauty, and at night the trees in the area are lit up to delight customers. The bathhouse is frequently used by locals and people coming home from a day of skiing.

    「本当に温泉?」と書かれた方がおられますが、露天はありませんよ?小さいけど体も心も暖まる素敵な温泉です。

  • Tennen Toyoura Onsen, Shiosai
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    4.0
    23 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Abutaguntoyourachou Hamachou 109
    A natural hot spring facility in Toyoura, Abuta, Hokkaido. Originally featuring two baths in Japanese and Western styles, there are now 11 different ocean-view bathing options to enjoy including an open-air bath, jacuzzi, and waterfall shower. Along with the hot springs the building also features a restaurant, arcade, and a free to use space for rest and relaxation making this the perfect spot to heal both body and spirit.

    温泉の目の前が噴火湾。露天風呂に入っていると潮の香がしてきて実に気持ちがよい。建物が若干傷んでいるのが気にかかる。レストランの海鮮系の食事が魅力的だ。札幌方面から洞爺湖周辺へ行ったときに、足を延ばすのに手ごろな距離にある。

  • Toyako Onsen
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    4.0
    97 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Abuta-gun Toyako Cho Toyako Onsen
    This hot spring district, one of the largest in Hokkaido, was created by the eruption of Mt. Yosomiyama in 1910. Many hot spring hotels stand side by side in the area, particularly on the bank of Lake Toya. There are also day trip bathhouses and free footbaths, and here visitors can luxuriate in relaxing hot spring waters while enjoying the vast, picturesque scenery of the Lake Toya area. The chloride springs found here contain an abundance of potassium and sodium; note that they are not drinkable. Lake Toya Long-Run Fireworks Nights fireworks displays are held each year here from late April through October, and during these times the area bustles with many tourists. Taking a dip in a hot spring bath while enjoying a fireworks display is particularly fun.

    We drove to this town to soak in the beautiful scenery, and we were not disappointed. Went to the Silo observatory and looked down upon the beautiful and misty lake. Then we had a nice soak in the...

  • Toya Ikoi no Ie
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Abuta-gun Toyako Cho Toyamachi 199
    A natural hot spring bath house on the northern shore of Lake Toya, nearly a two-hour drive from Sapporo City. From the simple building with just bathing rooms and break rooms you can enjoy the scenery of Lake Toya while bathing in the sodium calcium sulfate chloride spring. The bathing rooms have large glass windows that stretch to the floor allowing you to enjoy the scenery even from the bath. The surrounding area has a number of camping areas, so during the camping season and on weekends the washing area is usually congested. And because it's a municipal bathhouse the cost of entry is very reasonable.
  • Yuai no Ie, Sobetsu Town
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Usu-gun Sobetsucho Takinomachi 290-44
    This is a day-use hot spring located next to a park golf course. Discounts are available for combined use of the park golf course and hot spring, and visitors enjoy relaxing in the hot spring after a game of park golf. Enjoy two types of baths, one hot and the other warm flowing directly from the source, and also a waterfall shower. The sodium bicarbonate hot spring waters are said to be beautifying and are refuted to keep you warm long after your bath. Bring your own food and drinks to use in the Japanese style rooms available to use free of charge. Fruit, vegetables and confectioneries are sold at the entrance. There is also a gallery exhibiting different local artists work monthly.
  • Kitayuzawa Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Date-shi Otaki-ku Kitayuzawaonsencho
    A quiet hot spring district commanding a view of the Osaru River valley situated between Lake Shikotsu and Lake Toya. The district's hot springs were discovered in 1897. Visitors will find hotels, ryokan inns, and minshuku bed and breakfasts situated along the river. The bed of the Osaru River consists of exposed green tuff created by the accumulation volcanic ash; its coloring has led to it gaining the nickname the White Silk Bed and becoming a tourist destination in its own right. The waters of the area's sulfur springs are said to treat such ailments as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis vulgaris, chronic eczema, epidermal suppuration, chronic muscle and joint pain, stiffness, light asthma, and pulmonary emphysema. Visitors are also encouraged to make their way to Sangaitaki Park to see Sangaitaki Waterfall, a beautiful waterfall which crashes down a large chunk of bedrock broken up into three tiers. The area is also lovely during the fall foliage season.
  • Noboribetsu Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Noboribetsu-shi Noboribetsuonsencho
    This hot spring area, one of the country’s foremost, is blessed with an abundance of high quality hot spring waters. There are nine varieties of source springs found in the area, each with its own coloration and purported health benefits, including sulfur springs, chloride springs, alum springs, sulfate springs, melanterite springs, iron springs, acidic springs, alkaline springs, and radium springs. In the indigenous Ainu language, “nupur pet” means “white, cloudy river” or “dark colored river;” believed to be the phrase from which the Japanese place name “Noboribetsu” is derived. It also alludes to the area’s abundance of hot water, which is so great that it even changes the color of the river. Many people come here to enjoy the area’s distinctive and atmospheric hot spring hotels and inns, and to enjoy a day trip spent sampling different bathhouses. The area offers plenty of opportunities for sightseeing, including picturesque Noboribetsu Jigokudani (Hell Valley), Oyunuma Pond, and Tessen Pond, plus destinations like famous scenery, historic sites, and theme parks.
  • Millesime
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Aza Yamada 155-213 Niseko
  • Niseko GrandVila
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Yotei-Zaka Street Niseko
  • Sakura Apartments
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    163-93 Aza-Yamada Sakura Niseko
  • Hirafu Midtown
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Yamada 91-17 Niseko
  • Hideaway on escarpment by Hokkaido Tracks
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Aza Yamada 155-521 Abuta gun Niseko
  • Powder cottage
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Aza Yamada170-243 Niseko
  • Tahoe Lodge
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    83-96 Aza Yamada Abuta gun Niseko

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Not just a prefecture but an island of its own, Hokkaido is the most northerly prefecture and island of the Japanese archipelago. Arriving in Hokkaido, which is rural and bursting with breathtaking nature, means entering a world where vast national parks, towering mountains, and natural hot springs can be found at every turn. Come December, these natural splendors freeze over and morph into a winter wonderland.

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