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Yakeyama Hot Springs

A luxurious hot spring hidden at the base of Mt. Yakeyama Located at the base of the active volcano Mt. Yakeyama, this hot spring bath is surrounded by majestic peaks. The natural hot spring water comes straight from the source and can be enjoyed in both indoor and outdoor baths. Enjoy the pastoral life of the Hayakawa River Valley! The water here has a pH level of 7.5 which helps clear the skin leaving it feeling smooth and refreshed while warming your body to the core.

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Maseguchi Hot Springs

Hot springs village in Itoigawa's Nou Valley The Maseguchi Hot Springs Village, deep in the heart of Nou Valley, is home to a number of hot springs hotels and local shops. Situated at the base of Mt. Gongendake and Mt. Hokogatake, enjoy hiking and mountain climbing in summer and skiing in the winter! Fresh seafood served daily from the Sea of Japan

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Choja Hot Springs

Thatched roof hot springs inn - 5 min drive from the sea The Choja Hot Springs are located in a repurposed old farmhouse. The hot springs are warm and refreshing, surrounded in vibrant greenery in summer and deep snow in winter.

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Sasakura Hot Springs

Secluded hot spring resort in the heart of Hayakawa Valley The Sasakura Hot Springs sit atop a plateau surrounded by mountains over 2,000 meters tall. The baths are fed by natural spring waters from 3 separate sources and are said to have a beautifying effect on the skin. The Sasakura Hot Springs have appeared in many travel magazines for their good taste and easy drinkability. Enjoy bathing, drinking and eating natural spring water at this secluded hot spring paradise.

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Yu-no-Waki Hot Springs

Hot springs in a country club The Yu-no-Waki Hot Springs are found in the Green Messe Nou Country Club. The springs are open to non-members, so feel free to visit! You can even get in a round of golf if you like.

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Shio-no-Michi Hot Springs

Hot Springs in a Ski Resort The Shio-no-Michi Hot Springs are located in the Itoigawa Seaside Valley Ski Area, making them the perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes. The baths here are open all year, so even if you are hiking in the Nechi Area or walking the Salt Trail, make sure to stop by!

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Amakazari Hot Springs

Secluded mountain spring at the base of Mt. Amakazariyama This hot spring is at a height of 900 meters at the base of Mt. Amakazariyama, one of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains. It's a popular basecamp for climbing this beloved mountain. The outdoor bath is named Miyako-Wasure-no-Yu, which means "The Waters Where You Forget the City." You'll find it hard to remember the noise and commotion of the city while bathing here.

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Himekawa Hot Springs

Small hot springs village on the border with Nagano The Himekawa Hot Springs are located on the border between Itoigawa City and Otari Village. A number of hot spring hotels have sprung up around here, making it a charming, quiet place to unwind. Whether you are spending the night or just visiting during the day, you're sure to leave feeling completely relaxed by the time you leave.

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Itoigawa Hot Springs

Fossilized waters of the Fossa Magna Sea. Closest hot spring to Itoigawa Station. Located in front of Himekawa Station, Itoigawa Hot Springs are the nearest hot springs to Central Itoigawa. The hot spring fountain in front produces 1,500 liters of boiling hot mineral water a minute. The water of this hot spring comes from deep within the earth and contains millions year old seawater.

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Kotakigawa Jade Gorge

Named for the crystal clear Kotaki River which runs through it, the Kotakigawa Jade Gorge is a stunningly beautiful jade gorge at the base of Mt. Myojo (1188 m). It is one of Itoigawa's two jade gorges, alongside the Omigawa Jade Gorge. Discovered in 1938, the massive jade boulders strewn throughout this canyon astounded researchers as they were the first, and to this day the largest, discovery of natural jade in Japan. Today, the Kotakigawa Jade Gorge is protected as a National Natural Monument and its beauty is enjoyed by thousands of visitors each year.  Enjoy outstanding views of Mt. Myojo's limestone face and deep gorge below from the Kotakigawa Jade Gorge Observation Deck or take a closer look along the riverbank at the Kotakigawa Jade Gorge Revetment Park. In addition to walking and hiking trails, visitors can enjoy the Kotakigawa Jade Gorge Fishing Park, Takanami-no-Ike Pond Highland Center, campgrounds and more. The Kotakigawa Jade Gorge is a National Natural Monument of Japan The collection, damage or abuse of minerals, plants or animals is strictly prohibited. Please help us as we preserve our natural heritage.

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