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Yunokawa Onsen

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Yunokawa Onsen

97 Reviews
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Yunokawacho, Hakodate 042-0932 Hokkaido
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Takamatsu 1 day Private Tour
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Takamatsu 1 day Private Tour

You can explore Takamatsu as you want with a local professional &amp; friendly guide. Since this is a customized private tour, you can choose the tour time and the sights you visit. <br><br>You will have great time and great food. Hotel meet up is included to ensure you receive a stress-free experience. If you are not sure where you wanna go, follow the sample itinerary.
$435.00 per adult
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SE-BASTIAN Lim wrote a review Mar 2019
Singapore, Singapore11 contributions17 helpful votes
One of the onsen that is near/beside the beach. Yunokawa Onsen Hotels provides a nice beach view even during their winter time.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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asyharul f wrote a review Oct 2017
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Coming to this place Dec 2016. i expected to see an spa monkey in the natural place. my mistake was i didnt check the review and trust the brochure. turns out, it was a botanical garden, very small one. they have glass house with tropical plants inside (i didnt go inside, btw) at one corner in the outsied, you can find man-made hot pool with monkey. its stinky and artificial. go somewhere else.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Trumpboyer86 wrote a review Aug 2017
Singapore, Singapore619 contributions45 helpful votes
Located within sighted view of the streetcar stop, the foot bath is a must try if you are in the area. The locals do it too. If you plan to try it, do make sure you can roll up your pants and have a small towel to dry your feet after you are done. There is also a drink/liquor store across the street so you can drink and soak at the same time.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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DRMster wrote a review Mar 2017
Europe152 contributions44 helpful votes
We travelled 2 hours by train to see the monkeys in the natural spa, big mistake on our part. Sure the onsen (spa) is a natural one but the environment is a zoo enclosure. There are approximately 100 monkeys. Although they are very cool to watch the whole space felt too compact for my liking. Entry fee was a nominal Yen 300. Not worth making an effort to see unless you are staying nearby.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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krastien i wrote a review Jan 2017
Jakarta, Indonesia117 contributions24 helpful votes
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We visited Tropical Botanical Garden/Saruyama Onsen/Hot-tubbing monkey after saw an attractive video of hot tubbing monkey. We didn't think there's only tens of monkeys and small pool. The garden consists of tropical trees, some animal such as birds, turtle and koi fish. After walk 30-40 minutes in cold weather from Yunokawaonsen tram stop to Saruyama Onsen and back to Yunokawaonsen tram stop, we saw Yunokawa Hot Spring Footbath Retreat "Yumeguri Butai" which has hundred years old history. We put our feet in the onsen around 30 minutes. After onsen, our body felt warm and our feet didn't feel tired anymore.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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