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Naruko Onsen Hot Springs

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The Naruko-onsen-kyo Hot Spring Village is made up of the hot springs of Naruko, Higashi-Naruko, Kawatabi, Nakayamadaira, and Onikoube and boasts a history of more than 1,100 years since it opened. Of the 11 types of hot spring water from the natural hot springs that well up in Japan, nine types gush out at Naruko-onsen-kyo. This area is well-reputed in East Japan due to its easy access by train. Visitors can try out many hot springs with a special yumeguri ticket.

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More Information about Naruko Onsen Hot Springs

Street address

Naruko Onsen, Osaki City

Access

  • Take the train to JR Naruko-Onsen Station and walk

Opening Hours

Souvenir shops in the hot spring village are open from 7:00-22:00

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Website

http://en.naruko.gr.jp/

Best season

All year

Point

On weekends and holidays, the "Resort Minori" express train can be used from JR Tohoku Shinkansen Sendai Station or Furukawa Station. It has large windows from which passengers can enjoy the view of rice paddy fields and Naruko-kyo Gorge.

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