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Nanadaru Onsen

Shizuoka Prefecture is located along the Pacific Ocean, and it is full of mountains, lakes, and a long, picturesque coastline. The most famous of its mountains is Mount Fuji which straddles both Shizuoka and the neighboring prefecture of Yamanashi. Besides Mount Fuji, one of the main attractions of this prefecture is the Izu Peninsula which juts out into the Pacific Ocean west of Tokyo. This area contains over 2,300 hot springs, and the coastline offers some gorgeous scenery and pretty beaches. The east coast of Izu is quite built up, and there are several historical spots to visit such as Shimoda which was the site of America's first consulate. The west coast and central part of the peninsula are less developed, and provide some striking coastal and offshore island scenery.

    Amagiso

    Style: Modern Ryokan

    Welcome to Amagiso. What makes this Modern Ryokan unique are the countless indoor and outdoor hot spring baths. Indeed, guests could probably spend days exploring all of the 28 hot spring baths at Amagiso. The numerous baths include indoor baths, outdoor baths, cave baths, waterfall baths, a hot spring swimming pool (winter only), rock baths, family baths (where families can bathe privately), and many others. The outdoor hot spring baths are mixed (both genders) but everyone must wear bat...

    Price Per Person:
    ¥15,000 ~ ¥30,000

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