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Yamanaka Onsen

Yamanaka Onsen Shimotanimachi, Kaga 922-0127, Ishikawa Prefecture
+81 42-383-3509
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A delightful break from the crowds

Bus trip took half an hour from Kagaonsen station. Spend the whole day here, delighting in the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
grrls123
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Melbourne, Australia
Great experience for nature lovers and shoppers alike

Go try the public bath. Its a real experience plus many locals also go there. 200yen for towels... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2017
Noor A
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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5 Nov 2016
“Tranquil Onsen town”
3 weeks ago
“A delightful break from the crowds”
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Yamanaka Onsen Shimotanimachi, Kaga 922-0127, Ishikawa Prefecture
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+81 42-383-3509
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Bus trip took half an hour from Kagaonsen station. Spend the whole day here, delighting in the greens of the gorge, souvenir shopping and admiring the craftsmanship, having an onsen in the women's public bath (an experience) and hanging out at cafe Bau which is...More

Thank grrls123
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

Go try the public bath. Its a real experience plus many locals also go there. 200yen for towels. 100yen for soap. Entry is 440yen. Or if you are short of time, there is a free foot onsen outside the bathouse. Also there is a mechanical...More

Thank Noor A
Reviewed 5 November 2016 via mobile

Lovely Japanese onsen town with beautiful river trail for walking as well as nice old streets for shopping. Definitely worth to spend 1-2 days to enjoy the scenery and excellent onsen.

Thank Sheila L
Reviewed 28 June 2016

Though we didn't plan it, the day we went it was incredibly quiet, with not one other tourist in sight. It was drizzling, but we undertook the walking track and do not regret it. Our two teenagers found plenty to keep them amazed and interested...More

1  Thank Will424
Reviewed 10 April 2016

The river gorge walk was beautiful & there were almost no people walking along the river on the day when we were there. If you get the "Yamanaka Onsen Walking Map" it gets less beautiful beyond the gorge and after the 2nd bridge and then...More

Thank kobekeith
Reviewed 24 March 2016 via mobile

Was here just now for 1 hour. Very busy at 8pm. Can find cheaper onsen near by. Shoe cabinet is not sufficient for mine. Best to bring own shampoo and soap and towel.

Thank Takuya h
Reviewed 30 September 2015 via mobile

Great hospitality, great Onsen, the real Japanese experience. The spas are good and the full board is great. The rooms are truly convenient and inviting.

1  Thank AmiDotan
Reviewed 6 September 2015

I've been here multiple times, in the fall and winter. This is an amazing fall or winter retreat, perfect to refresh yourself over a weekend. In the fall, the autumn leaves are beautiful. The town itself is quaint, and has a very Japanese feel to...More

4  Thank Jocelyn E
Reviewed 6 August 2015

Even though the temprature reached 35 or more, Kakusenkei green path way is comfortable for walking time. Just to pay about 500 hundred Japanese yen and people could enjoy the green tea or dessert under the red seat. Don't like Kyoto, fewer people here and...More

Thank YuWeixing
Reviewed 2 March 2015

A short 20 min ride on the Shinkansen brought us from Kanazawa to Kaga Onsen, which is actually a collection of four hot spring towns, namely Yamashiro Onsen, Yamanaka Onsen, Awazu Onsen and Katayamazu Onsen. We decided on Yamanaka Onsen for of course, the onsen,...More

2  Thank chemislove
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Choo L
Can I know which bus to take from Kaga Onsen to Yamanaka Onsen? And when reach Yamanaka Onsen, how go to Kakusenkei Gorge and Kikunoyu hot spring?
25 August 2015|
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Response from YuWeixing | Reviewed this property |
Hi, would you mean Kaga Onsen Station? From the station, there is a bus calls 'Onsen Yamanaka Line' (try to search '温泉山中線') would take you to Yamanaka Onsen. As well, Yamanaka Onsen is a collective name of all Onsens... More
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