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Tsukioka, Shibata City
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Effective against nerve pain, rheumatism, high blood pressure, skin diseases, women’s chronic ailments.
(Special Qualities)
Tsukioka Onsen is well-known for its beautifying waters and is well-known across the country for its sulfur content. There are many things to do and see in the vicinity too, like checking out the local breweries and geisha and trying the footbaths, the hand-made rice crackers, and the drinkable spring water and see geisha performance.

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Senami Onsen, Murakami City
(Benefits)
Effective against nerve pain, wounds, burns, rheumatism, chronic women’s ailments, skin diseases.
(Special Qualities)
A hot spring town spread out along the coast of the Sea of Japan, where you can enjoy bathing and witness the seasonal expressions of the sea, from the summer sunsets to the rough winter waves.

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Iwamuro Onsen, Niigata City
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Effective against skin disease, nerve pain, gout, cold sensitivity, fatigue.
(Special Qualities)
Come to an atmospheric hot spring town surrounded by nature with waters that have many healthy benefits. Each hotel makes efforts to welcome guests with unique services and warm hospitality. Iwamuro Onsen is also famous as the birthplace of geisha in Niigata. Enjoy viewing beautifully dressed geisha.

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Sadori, Gosen City
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Effective against skin disease, women’s chronic ailments.
(Special Qualities)
A hot spring resort area located on the banks Agano River, famous throughout Japan for its magnificient natural beauty. Sakihana Onsen is a chloride spring, so you can expect the same effects you would get from a salt pack, which means the water will help your skin stay moisturized and beautiful without any extra effort on your part when you get out of the hot spring.

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Matsunoyama Yumoto, Tokamachi City
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Effective against nerve pain, hemorrhoids, chronic women’s diseases, gastro-intestinal disease, cuts, burns
(Special Qualities)
It is said that this onsen has about an 800 year history.
Matsunoyama Onsen is one of the big three medicated water hot springs in Japan along with Kusatsu Onsen and Arima Onsen.
The water is exceptional for keeping your skin looking beautiful, and the open-air bath gets medicated water, which helps injuries heal, straight from the source.

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Yuzawa, Yuzawa Town
(Benefits)
Effective against nerve pain, rheumatism, stomach disease, gout, chronic women’s diseases.
(Special Qualities)
Echigo-Yuzawa Onsen holds a history of 800 years.
This is the backdrop of Yasunari Kawabata’s Nobel Prize-winning “Snow Country.”
Spring is full of flowers, summer of greenery, fall of fall colors, and winter of snow
and skiing. Experience Echigo Yuzawa Onsen in these four distinct seasons at any of our lodgings.

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Akakura, Myoko City
(Benefits)
Effective against diabetes, external wounds, arteriosclerosis, gastrointestinal disorders, nervous disorders, rheumatism, hemorrhoids
(Special Qualities)
A hot spring surrounded by the natural beauty of the highlands and facing Mt. Myoko, one of the hundred famous mountains of Japan with a height of 2454 meters. The water is known for its rejuvenating properties, so the hot spring has even been called “water for beautiful women” and “natural skin toner”.

Akakura Onsen is the origin of the hot spring sommelier.
In the same way that a sommelier is knowledgeable about wine, a hot spring sommelier possesses foundational knowledge of hot springs and the proper way to use a hot spring and can answer questions from patrons.
(Access)
Around 15 min. by car from Myoko-Kogen Station on the Echigo Tokimeki Railway.

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(Address)
Yomogihira-machi, Nagaoka City
(Benefits)
Effective against skin rash, chronic women’s diseases, nerve pain, rheumatism.
(Special Qualities)
Yomogihira Onsen is a hot spring area that grew up around its symbol Kouryu Shrine, dedicated to the god of economic fortune.

Exceptionally effective at keeping your skin looking beautiful. People from across the country visit the nearby Koryu Shrine to pray for success in business and the safety of their families.

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Tagami, Tagami Town, Minamikanbara-gun
(Benefits)
Effective against diabetes, chronic skin disease, women’s chronic ailments, gout, arteriosclerosis
(Special Qualities)
Hot springs gather at the base of Mt. Gomado. The origins of Yutagami Onsen are said to be when aesthetics would come to cleanse their body.

There are seasonal dishes available, like dishes with bamboo shoots in spring and dishes with mushrooms in fall.
Tagami’s bamboo shoots are especially good!

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Yahiko, Yahiko Village, Nishi-kanbara County
(Benefits)
Effective against nerve pain, wounds, rheumatism, burns, diabetes, skin disease, women’s chronic ailments.
(Special Qualities)
The town of Yahiko has long prospered as a rest spot for visitors to Yahiko Shrine. Waters come from the east of Mt. Yahiko. From the summit of the mountain you can see a beautiful panoramic view including Sado Island.

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Murasugi Onsen, Agano City
(Benefits)
Effective against diabetes, rheumatism, women’s chronic ailments, nerve pain.
(Special Qualities)
This hot spring is in a quiet atmosphere surrounded by its namesake 100 year old cedar trees. The bath water contains radium, known for being effective against rheumatism and women’s ailments.

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Aikawa, Sado City
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Effective against cuts, burns, chronic skin diseases
(Special Qualities)
A hot spring in the Aikawa area near the Edo Period’s financial supporter, Sado’s Gold Mine, the beautifully sculpted coastline of Senkaku Bay and many places of interest.

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Kudohama, Ogata-ku, Joetsu City
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Effective against cuts, burns, nervous disorders, rheumatism, skin diseases, chronic women’s diseases
(Special Qualities)
Unohama Onsen is a small hot springs town with many inns. Enjoy a superb view of distant Sado Island as the sun sinks into the sea on the horizon.

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(Benefits)
Effective against neuralgia, fatigue recovery, joint pain, shoulder pain
(Special Qualities)
A hot spring in the Aikawa area near the Edo Period’s financial supporter, Sado’s Gold Mine, the beautifully sculpted coastline of Senkaku Bay and many places of interest.
(Access)
Around 45 min. by car from Ryotsu Port.

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Koguriyama, Minamiuonuma City
(Benefits)
Effective against rheumatism, gout, lower back pain, anemia, chronic catarrh.
(Special Qualities)
Muikamachi Onsen was found in 1957 in Muikamachi, a town blessed with the glorious Mt. Hakkai and the Uono and Mikuni Rivers. It is useful as a tourist hub accessible to Okutadami and the Echigo Sanzan Mountains.

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Oyu Onsen, Uonuma City
(Benefits)
Effective against chills, rheumatism, nerve pain, gastro-intestinal disease, chronic women’s diseases.
(Special Qualities)
An onsen with a 1300 year history, Oyu was built on the land where the Sanashi River comes down from the Echigo Komagaoka Mountains. The bountiful spring water and vast natural surroundings attract many visitors.

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(Address)
Sawata, Sado City
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Effective against rheumatism, cuts, women’s diseases
(Special Qualities)
A hot spring located in Sawata, the heart of Sado. Enclosed in a red pine forest, the song of birds can be heard in early spring.

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Ikenotaira, Myokokogen, Myoko City
(Benefits)
Effective against chronic skin diseases, sensitivity to cold, nervous disorders, rheumatism, fatigue, chronic women’s diseases
(Special Qualities)
Ike-no-Taira Onsen is located on the plateau east of Mt. Myoko. The area is dotted with birch trees and has an almost European atmosphere. The 72-degree hot spring water from the Minami-Jigoku valley has a sulfurous scent and creates unique black mineral deposits in the shape of flowers.

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