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A 10-15mins Walk or a 3mins bus ride from the snow monkey park, this is a small town with 9 public onsen to experience. Each claimed to have different medicinal property from the minerals in the onsen.
However on 20/2 (Wed), there was only 1...More
This is an authentic Japanese spa town that dates back 1300 years or more. If you plan on recreating in the area and want to see the snow monkey park this is the place to be. It is very quaint, cultural and picturesque. There are...More
This was my second visit. This time I have stayed overnight. Something unique, I visited all the 9 public Onsens. A very interesting experience. Although, some of the onsens are run down. The whole place was very very quiet, but that is why I liked...More
Visited this amazing old world charm town In January middle of winter! Stayed at Daymaruya Ryokan right in the middle of Shibu Onsen Main Street which was perfect in every way. Visited snow monkey park and spent an afternoon visiting the nine public Onsens. Even...More
We were very excited to visit shibu onsen but was quite surprised that the street is so quiet that you hardly see anyone ... maybe all the guests were busy soaking in onsens. There are 9 public onsens to visit for their various purported health...More
Stayed in Shibu Onsen for two nights. The first night we were tired after a long train ride from Yokohama an when we walked the town it seemed pretty dead. The next night after seeing the snow monkeys we came back to town and enjoyed...More
We came to stay at Shibu Onsen to visit the Snow Monkey Park but we’re surprised by how cute and quaint this town is! Best of all, it has 9 traditional hot springs (onsens) that anyone staying in associated ryokans can visit for free. The...More
We went for a walk and its a nice place to take a stroll and visit the temples even if you are not staying in this onsen town. The public onsens are open only to people who stay at the ryokans here which we found...More
We stayed in Shibu Hotel and after seeing the monkeys the hot bath seemed like a good idea. We did it all: dressed in Yukatas, wore the traditional wooden shoes and visited all the nine onsen. During the whole circle there were no other people...More