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Daisetsu Kougen Sanso大雪高原山荘

Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

Daisetsu Kougen Sanso is an onsen resort standing quietly in the mountains in the Daisetsuzan National Park at an elevation of 1,260 meters about 40–50 minutes by car from Sounkyo Onsen. The onsen has an indoor and open-air bath and the cascading hot spring is slightly acidic, which is good for neuralgia and muscular pain. It is only open 123 days of the year (summer through fall) because it is cut off by snow in the winter.

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place Hokkaido Kamikawagunkamikawachou Sounkyou Takahara Onsen
phone 0165853818

Review of Taisetsu Kogen Sanso

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Reviewed:2018/09/03 Excellent ryoken in the mountain
Our second time to Taisetsu Kogen Sanso. Spacious Japanese style rooms. Excellent dinner and breakfast. Good to explore the rear of the sanso where you can see the hot spring. Excellent real onsen...
Reviewed:2017/05/25 Good hotel
Three wonderful hot spring , outdoor and indoor . Surprise with the buffet , beef was fantastic , crabs as well . A very big and wide spread of Japanese food , desert , starters . Staff is friendly...
Reviewed:2018/09/15 自然豊かな高所の酸性温泉



Hokkaido Kamikawagunkamikawachou Sounkyou Takahara Onsen [map]



[Sunday Return Bathing charge] Adults 700yen, Children 350yen
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[Operating During the season] 01658-5-3818
[non-operating period Asahikawa Office] 0166-26-8300

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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Hokkaido Main Areas


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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