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Nyuto-onsen-kyo Hot Springs Village

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The Nyuto-onsen-kyo Hot Springs Village is the collective name for seven hot spring inns located inside the Towada-Hachimantai National Park. These hidden springs, surrounded by a primeval beech forest, are representative of Japan. Each of the seven hot spring inns (Ogama Onsen; Ganiba Onsen; Kyukamura Nyuto-onsen-kyo; Taenoyu; Tsurunoyu Onsen; Magoroku Onsen; Kuroyu Onsen) each have their own unique hot spring source and have differing water quality.

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More Information about Nyuto-onsen-kyo Hot Springs Village

Street address

Tazawako, Semboku City, Akita

Access

  • From JR Tazawako Station, take the Ugokotsu bus bound for Nyuto Onsen for 45 minutes. 5 - 15 minutes by foot from Kyukamura-mae bus stop.

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

http://ryokan.glocal-promotion.com/

Best season

All year

Point

Those who stay at Nyuto-onsen-kyo Hot Springs Village can purchase the Nyuto Yumeguricho (Hot Spring Hopping Passport) to enjoy all seven hot spring inns.

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