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Located within sighted view of the streetcar stop, the foot bath is a must try if you are in the area. The locals do it too. If you plan to try it, do make sure you can roll up your pants and have a small...More
We travelled 2 hours by train to see the monkeys in the natural spa, big mistake on our part.
Sure the onsen (spa) is a natural one but the environment is a zoo enclosure. There are approximately 100 monkeys. Although they are very cool to...More
We visited Tropical Botanical Garden/Saruyama Onsen/Hot-tubbing monkey after saw an attractive video of hot tubbing monkey. We didn't think there's only tens of monkeys and small pool. The garden consists of tropical trees, some animal such as birds, turtle and koi fish.
After walk 30-40...More
To access the Yunokawa Onsen area easily, must take a bus no.6 and 96 from Hakodate-eki-mae. Yunokawa 1 chome bus stop is gateway to the onsen. To be able to enjoy the area properly, it's best to check into one of the Onsen hotel. There...More
To find this Venue is not easy, but when I look at the attraction is not my expectation, I only see some monkey with red nose play at a little pool....and the small hut nearby as botanical garden... Not worthed.
Not worth travelling all the way to watch monkeys bathing in onsen. The monkeys are kept and not wild. There is a small bontanic garden but nothing much in there too. So boring watching the monkeys in an enclosed place. There were no other visitors...More
The monkeys look pretty miserable walking around on concrete and folks throwing random food at 'em, which most likely isn't too good for their digestive system to be eating processed food. All in all, not worth the visit just to be passive in not supporting...More