Japan Onsen Hot Springs

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As we all know, Japan is known as the "Land of Hot Springs". It is said that Japanese people began to like hot springs because of Japan's unique climate of "hot and humid summers and cold winters". In addition, bathing in hot springs has the effect of healing wounds and diseases, so it is becoming more and more popular in Japan. In addition to Japanese people, many foreigners also like to soak in hot springs when they come to Japan. 💦🌿💎
Different hot springs have different effects on the body, and different temperatures have different effects.
The following introduces several types of hot springs divided into different spring colors, functions, and curative effects:
♨Mud hot springs for treating skin diseases
♨Cold springs to treat neuralgia
♨Box-type hot springs to treat joint pain
♨Hit-mode hot springs that treats shoulder pain
♨Sand baths hot springs treat rheumatism

While enjoying hot springs in Japan, pay attention to the below points to ensure your health and safety, and have a wonderful hot spring trip! 🙌💕

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💠 Don't drink alcohol.🍺 It is very easy to fall asleep😴 while taking a bath and drown. In addition, it is easy to dehydrate under high temperatures, which is very dangerous!
💠 Wear a yukata 👘. Onsen ryokan guests are given a kimono-like yukata during their stay. The Japanese custom is to wear the right side of the yukata under the left side. These rules are the same for both men and women. Do not cross the right side of the yukata over the left as this is the traditional way for the deceased to wear a yukata in Japan. Women should wear the belt around the waist and men should wear it around the hips.
💠 You can bring a towel to cover, wipe sweat or wrap your hair.
💠 Bring a hydrating drink. Soaking in hot springs will deplete the body's water. 🥵 Some hot spring hotels also have vending machines.
💠 No tattoos if they're visible. Tattoos have been associated with crime in the past, and people who commit crimes have them. For the sake of publicity, Japanese hot springs basically do not allow people with tattoos to enter. If you have a tattoo, please ask the counter staff first or prepare a tattoo cover-up sticker.

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💠 Once you arrive at the hot springs, don't forget to take off your shoes and place them neatly at the entrance.
💠 Please do not wear slippers into the hot springs.
💠 Collect your locker key from the counter and store your belongings.
💠 Most onsen require all clothing to be removed in the changing room. Nudity is the norm in Japanese hot springs. If you're worried, you can book a private bath.
💠 Please walk carefully around the bathing area, as some places might be slippery.
💠 Mobile phones 📵, camera and other electronic products are not allowed.
💠 Please wash your body thoroughly before entering the hot spring bathing area. 🛁 Rinse yourself in the shower area using the stool, bucket and shower head provided.
💠 Long hair should be tied up and cannot be soaked in water, so you can wear a rubber band or hair tie.
💠 You are not allowed to wear underwear 🩲 or swimwear 🩱 when bathing in the hot springs.

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💠 Gently enter the water and it is rude to stare at others. 👀
💠 A towel can be placed on the head, but cannot be placed in the water. Although the hot spring bathing scenes on TV📺 are all wrapped in bath towels, this is only for filming 🎬 purposes and reality does not allow it.
💠 Swimming in hot springs, washing your hair, talking loudly, laughing, etc. are all very impolite behaviors. 😔
💠 Do not use soap🧼, shampoo🧴in hot springs. Remember, hot springs are for soaking, not for washing.
💠 Please do not take photos. Photography is prohibited in the hot springs. If you really want to take pictures of the beautiful scenery around the hot spring, please ask the staff first and signal to the people around you.
💠 Take a deep breath, let the stress melt away, and enjoy the healing benefits provided by the mineral-rich water. 🍃

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💠 Rinse your body and be careful not to splash hot water on anyone around you.
💠 Wipe yourself clean before entering the changing room and do not drip water on the floor.
💠 Head to the lounge or resting area and enjoy some traditional Japanese snacks or green tea🍵.
💠 Return used items to their original places.
💠 Walking out of the hot spring, you feel refreshed and full of Zen. 💖
💠 Before leaving, don't forget to thank the staff for the wonderful experience. Just say "Arigatou gozaimasu"



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Sapporo Onsen Hotel Up to 30% Off

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Niseko Onsen Hotel Up to 10 % Off

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Furano Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Tohoku Region

Tendo Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Fukushima Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Tokyo suburbs

Hakone Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Atami Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Tokyo Onsen Hotel Up to 50% Off

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Chiba Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Gero Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Osaka Onsen Hotel Up to 25% Off

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Kyoto Onsen Hotel Up to 20% Off

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Nara Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Hiroshima Onsen Hotel Up to 10 % Off

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Okayama Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Tottori Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Shimane Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Tokushima Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Fukuoka Onsen Hotel Up to 20% Off

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Saga Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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Oita Onsen Hotel Up to 10% Off

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