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Went for onsen only. Don't forget to bring your own bath towel, or else you can rent. Water is red, bathing facility is old and not super clean. The redeeming factor is the view from outside onsen (yes there are floating bugs and spider creeping...More
After a quick stay in Niseko, we traveled to Ryounkaku for an wonderful Central Hokkaido ski trip. It was awesome! We were only planning to stay two nights, but because the skiing is so great right out of the onsen, we decided to stay two...More
We went here just for the Onsen experience after a day skiing. Traditional Onsen with outside hot spring bathing. The water is muddy and full of natural minerals and the view across the valley to the high mountain range is stunning. Go there late in...More
We stayed for one night in early February and as long as you know what to expect, this is heaven.
1. The hotel -- this is a 50-year-old traditional ryokan. This is not a posh boutique 5-star establishment and it never claims it is. It...More
This ryokan is located at the top of the mountain between Biei and Furano. It was about 30 mins drive up from the Blue Pond and it was like a trip up to the heavens due to the descending fog. The hotel is 1,280m above...More
US$84 - US$196 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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