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The onsen itself is not that big, with just 1 indoor bath and 1 covered outdoor one where you can see and smell the forest - if you lean forward, you might be able to catch a glimpse of the river way down below. There's...More
We had at very relaxing evening at the onsen, wonderfully located in the green on the verge of the mountains. Highly recommended escape from wirly Tokyo. A warning for westerners: visitors with tatoos are not allowed to enter the public onsen area.
If you are looking for a little retreat from urban life, the head here! Not only is this an onsen, but there is a cafe, resrtaurant, reading deck, market/gift shop, cabins, and multiple trails.
We started by hiking a little bit to the onsen area,...More
This was our best day in Tokyo. We made the trip by public transport from Shinjuku,( via Tachikawa and Haijima then onto the last stop on the Itsukaich line, followed by a bus trip from Mushashi Itsukaichi). Took about 2 hours to get there. A...More
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