Where can I go for onsen in Japan?
The 7 Best Onsens in Japan
- Kusatsu Onsen, Gunma. The Kusatsu Onsen in Gunma is one of Japan’s most famous natural hot springs.
- Yufuin Onsen, Kyushu Region.
- Hakone Onsen, Kanagawa Prefecture.
- Fuji Kawaguchiko Onsen, Yamanashi Prefecture.
- Dogo Onsen, Shikoku island.
- Nyuto, Akita Prefecture.
- Beppu Onsen, Oita Prefecture.
- 6 Comments.
How much is an onsen in Japan?
If you are staying at a ryokan with an “onsen” (hot spring baths), then there is an additional onsen tax of 150 yen per guest per night. The per person prices of our ryokans range from about 7,000 yen to 110,000 yen per guest plus tax.
How do you enjoy onsen in Japan?
How to enjoy the onsen correctly
- Wash your body.
- Pour warm water on yourself.
- Submerge half of your body to get used to the heat.
- Don’t take a shower after the bath.
- Dry your body lightly.
- Be sure to take enough liquids.
Where are the best ryokans in Japan?
The Best Ryokan in Tokyo
- Nishiyama Ryokan.
- Arai Ryokan – Izu.
- Gora Kadan – Hakone.
- Ryokan Kurashiki – Kurashiki.
- Minamikan – Matsue.
- Kurayado Iroha – Miyajima.
- Kannawa-en – Beppu.
- Tsuru-no-yu Onsen – Tohoku.