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    Hakone Kowakien Yunessun

    Hakone Kowakien Yunessun is a hot springs spa resort and water amusement park. From spa facilities in the European style, to Onsen in the traditional Japanese style, to fun and wild water recreation amusements.

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    Doppo-no-yu

    Doppo-no-yu (Doppo Foot Spa) in Yugawara Kanagawa Prefecture, is just 10min from JR Yugawara station by bus. What is foot spa? – Simply slip off their shoes and socks and immerse your weary feet in ankle-deep pools filled with hot water and minerals. The experience offers many of the same Read more [...]

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    Spa World

    Spa World is one of the largest spa leisure complexes in the world offering 16 different baths from 11 different countries. You can also try fish Therapy which little fish eat dead skin on your feet for additional 1050 yen. Spa World is in Tennoji Osaka.

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    Ieyasu no Yu

    Ieyasu no Yu (Ieyasu’s Hot Spring) is named after the famous shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu. Ieyasu no Yu is a public food spa in front of JR Atami Station.

  • Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari

    Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari, in Odaiba, is the largest (artificial) hot spring complex in Tokyo. Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari has an Edo-era (1800s) style and featuring an endless array of bathtubs of all temperatures and flavors including uchiyu (insidebath), iwa-buro (an outdoor rockbath), ashiyu (a footbath) and suna-buro (sandbath). Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari also features restaurants, bars, shops and Read more [...]