Have you ever thought about experiencing the amazing views of Mt. Fuji from an onsen bath?
Mt. Fuji is one of the most famous mountains in Japan, and being located so close to Tokyo, you can see it in the distance on clear days. Many people in Tokyo visit the area on the weekends and holidays to relax in nature and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
This article introduces eight onsen hot spring facilities in the Mt. Fuji and Kawaguchiko area where you can bathe while enjoying Mt. Fuji. READ MORE
Kobe is Japan’s 7th largest city and is located about 30 kilometers away from Osaka on the north shore of Osaka Bay. Known across Japan and the world for their famous beef and Japanese sake production, Kobe is one of the busiest port cities in the Kansai region.
Being located near a mountainous area in Japan, Kobe is also famous for its many different onsen sources scattered throughout the region. Here are 12 of the best onsen in Kobe that we recommend if you want to go on a trip to the City. READ MORE
Okinawa is a group of tropical islands and is the southernmost prefecture in Japan. They have their own distinct culture that differs from mainland Japan, but one thing that they have in common is their love for onsen baths.
There are onsen all over the islands for everyone to enjoy. Relax in an onsen before taking a stroll on the sands. READ MORE
Kansai being a really rich region in terms of culture, architecture and landscape, as well as being home to the most vibrant cities Japan has to offer, it is no wonder a lot of travelers go through its International Airport (KIX), making it one of the top busiest Airport in Japan, and even Asia.
Kansai being more rural than Kanto we bet you are confused and have a lot of questions regarding the area and the best ways to spend a smooth, stress-free time here starting right from Kansai International Airport.