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Onsen Hot Springs

July 8th, This year we had 25+1cute baby on the tour, some joined from Boston whose meeting us in Japan. We departed for Chitose from Honolulu on direct flight, flight was full but everybody comfortably enjoyed our long flight. Only concern was typhoon coming up from Okinawa side…   July 9th, Arrived in Chitose, we walked over to our hotel which was conveniently located inside terminal. Hokkaido was raining but it was not...

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Hotel Sekifu, located near Isawa-Onsen Station in Yamanashi prefecture, is the perfect place for an escape for the mind and body. There is nothing like an onsen hotel to relax and recharge. Upon entering the quaint hotel, the vivid colors of the entrance bring energy to visitors. The entire hotel is decorated in a flashy, yet tasteful manner which is sure to entertain and mesmerize guests of all ages. Upon checking in, visitors fill...

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Isawa-Onsen, located approximately 110 kilometers from Shinjuku, Tokyo, is a traditional hot spring town near Mt. Fuji in Yamanashi prefecture. Upon arriving at Isawa-Onsen Station, a sense of tranquility and comfort overcomes visitors. On a hot, sunny day in May, visitors were greeted by the fragrant smell and vivid color of hundreds of roses blooming around the station. It is hard to disagree with such a welcome. Not far from the...

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Nozawa Onsen, Snow White Nagano


Posted By on Feb 5, 2014

Nagano(長野) is located in the center of Japan. And is famous for 1998 Nagano winter Olympics and other winter sports events. There are many ski resorts and onsen(hot spring) in Nagano area. And it is obviously very popular among all the winter sports manias. Everywhere you go, you will see the mountain covered with snow surrounding you which is pretty amazing. It almost make you feel like you are looking at a...

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November 01– November 10, 2013                   (Day 1) Going to NRT(Tokyo) transited to NGO(Nagoya) with ANA. B767 is still good condition! (Day 2) Arrived to NGO. It’s chilly, yes it’s Autumn tour and our group is from warm place Hawaii. No wonder. ANA has such a nice wheelchair service....

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Japan is home to over 3,000 hot springs, called “onsen” (温泉) in Japanese. With more hot springs than anywhere else in the world, it is a popular pastime and an important part of Japanese culture. There are a large number of hot spring resort towns located throughout the country, but even in each small city you’ll be able to find some sort of onsen. Onsen can come in a variety of forms, such as small public bath...

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