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Sand Bath - Sunamushi, Yamagawa, Ibusuki

Sand Bath - Sunamushi, Yamagawa, Ibusuki

Bihoro Pass IV

Sunrise on Bihoro Pass overlooking Kussharo Lake in Akan National Park in winter on the island of Hokkaido in Japan

白骨溫泉 ShiraHone Onsen, In Matsumoto city, Nagano prefecture, Japan.

白骨溫泉 ShiraHone Onsen, In Matsumoto city, Nagano prefecture, Japan.- Pin it by Gustavo Bueso-Jacquier

10 things Not To Miss In Japan’s Nozawa Onsen | tsunagu Japan

Nozawa Onsen is the one of the most superb ski resort areas in Japan. It is also famous for hot springs.

NINE HELLS OF BEPPU: Beppu, located on the Japanese island of Kyūshū, is the second largest producer of geothermal water in the world. Located in the same area are the “Nine Hells” or ponds that each has its own remarkable character and colour thanks to the variety of minerals in the outflows. These “Hells” are a popular tourist attraction in Japan but are little known outside of the country.

Nine Hells, Kyushu, Japan - With over hot springs - this is one of the most interesting places to see before you die.

Onbashira-dangerous and wonderful festival in Japan

Onbashira-dangerous and wonderful festival in Japan

Should you stay in a ryokan? Take a virtual ryokan tour, and see what makes staying in a traditional Japanese ryokan a "must" when visiting Japan.

Japanese Ryokans Vs. Hotels

Should you stay in a ryokan? Take a virtual ryokan tour, and see what makes staying in a traditional Japanese ryokan a "must" when visiting Japan.

Tsukiyama representing Mt Fuji - Suizenji Park

Suizenji Park (Suizenji Koen) is considered to one of the most beautiful Japanese gardens in Japan . Suizenji Park is Kumamoto’s second top tourist attraction.

yamamizuki onsen

Onsens are just like awesome spas with a Japanese culture twist. See the best all around the country with this long and photo focused post.

Onsen à Kurokawa - ryokan Yamamizuki If you have never experienced being in a hot spring ( after bathing oneself ) Its so difficult to describe the feeling . Its like have a massage in heaven. I have only been to same sex baths .

Okumatsushima, Matsushima Bay, (near Sendai) Japan before the tsunami

Okumatsushima, Matsushima Bay, (near Sendai) Japan before the tsunami