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  • Fukiage Roten no Yu Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Sorachigunkamifuranochou Fukihama Onsen
    Fukiage Roten no Yu Onsen is a free open-air mixed bathing hot spring which is located at Fukiage Onsen in Kami-Furano on the slopes of Mt. Tokachi. The bath is made of rock and you can bathe within a natural mountain. There is no dressing room so you can wear a swim suit or wrap yourself in a towel while you are soaking. The Japanese TV drama “From the North Country” made this onsen famous which is why so many people visit especially on weekends or public holiday. It is open 24 hours.
  • Highland Furano
    33 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Below the island of Furano Hokkaido
    Hotel with natural hot springs in Furano City, Hokkaido. View the Tokachi mountain range from the open air hot springs and enjoy amazing views with each season such as the lavender fields. Day trips are also possible with many tourists stopping in for a rest between other attractions. Their restaurant also offers dishes using seasonal Furano ingredients.

    It is at a rather isolated position. So if one does not have a car, this hotel is not recommended. The hotel is in general slightly outdated. The rooms are of reasonable size. However note that...

  • Ryounkaku Natural Hot Spring, Tokachidake
    78 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Sorachigunkamifuranochou Tokachi-gun Hot Springs
    Hot springs found in Kamifurano, Sorachi County, Hokkaido. Relax in the open-air baths while celebrating the beauty of the four seasons from Hokkaido's highest elevation hot spring. Enjoy the hot springs as a guest of the hotel or as a day visitor. As you explore the historic building visit the gift shops, smoking corner, and relaxation area. In the restaurant enjoy a meal while gazing upon the splendor of the Tokachi Mountains.

    Easily reached by public bus from Kamifurano station, Ryounkaku sits at the very end of the road leading up into the National Park. An older building, it offers comfortable washitsu (tatami mat...

  • Furano Onsen Shisai no Yu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Furano Nakagoryo Shinfurano Prince Hotel
    This hot spring spa is located inside of Prince Hotel New Furano. The well-equipped spa’s facilities include liberating outdoor baths from which to enjoy the seasonal Hokkaido scenery, a Finnish-style old pine sauna, a relaxation area, and more.
  • Biei Shirogane Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Kamikawa-gun Bieicho Shirogane
    A picturesque hot spring district commanding a view of the grand Tokachi mountains. Situated at the foot of this mountainous area, this hot spring village serves as a base for many mountain climbers looking to hike the slopes of Mt. Tokachi and Biei Fuji. The area's chalybeate springs and sulfate springs contain an abundance of calcium and magnesium; known as the Cane-Forgetting Springs, their waters are said to aid recovery from fatigue in addition to easing skin diseases, cuts, burns, muscle soreness, nerve pain, and other ailments. A four kilometer long stretch of road on the way from urban Biei Town to Shirogane is lined with Japanese white birches and is known as the White Birch Highway.
  • Tokachi Take Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Sorachi-gun Kamifurano Cho Tokachi Take Onsen
    Located in the highest area in Hokkaido, this hot spring is also often used as a base for climbing Mt. Tokachidake, a mountain which rises to over 2,000 meters above sea level. Mt. Tokachidake is also an active volcano, but visitors can still enjoy casual mountain climbing here, and the mountain is particularly renowned for the beauty of its fall foliage. The district has two springs-colorless Spring No. 1 and reddish-brown Spring No. 2. Spring No. 1 is an acidic iron-containing aluminum calcium sulfate spring. Its waters contain melanterite, a powerful antibacterial substance, and its waters are said to treat cuts, skin diseases, and athlete's foot. Spring No. 2 is a calcium sodium sulfate spring, and its waters are said and its waters contain substances said to have a calming effect in addition to treating high blood pressure and rheumatism. Outdoor baths in the district offer views of the area's superb scenery; the fall foliage and the frost covered trees in winter, in particular, are not to be missed.
  • Fukiage Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Sorachi-gun
    A hot spring inn surrounded by vast natural beauty halfway up Mt. Tokachi in Kamifurano Town, Hokkaido whose baths are constantly replenished kakenagashi style from a natural source spring. The waters of the inn's acidic sodium calcium chloride sulfate spring are said to treat a variety of ailments, including nerve pain, muscle soreness, joint pain, motor paralysis, joint stiffness, bruises, sprains, frozen shoulders, hemorrhoids, and chronic digestive diseases. These same waters can also be drunk, and doing so is said to help alleviate chronic digestive diseases, chronic gall bladder inflammation, gallstones, chronic constipation, diabetes, gout, and obesity. The Fukiage Roten no Yu, a free outdoor bath, is located a five minute walk from the inn. There are no changing rooms near the bath, so women may want to come wearing a swimsuit or wrapped in a towel.
  • Shimanoshita Onsen
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Hokkaido Furano-shi Shima no Shita
  • Nakafurano Onsen Manhananoyu
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Sorachi-gun Nakafurano Machihigashi 1 Senkita 18

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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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