Nozawa Onsen has 13 public onsens (Soto-yu) which are open for guests and locals. Nozawa’s onsen was first discovered back in the 8th century and has been famous in Japan until today. Well-cared-for by a local community of villagers, each onsen house is kept clean and comfortable all the time.
The onsen is the best way to warm your body and relieve your fatigue especially after enjoying the mountain, and you can also experience Japanese tradition and local life by soaking an onsen. The onsens plus winter sports must be the perfect combination that enhances your travel experience.
One of the onsens called SHINDEN-no-yu is right next to TOGORO, and you can walk to even in the heavy snow!
Free of charge
(donations are welcome)
What to bring
must bring: towel
optional: soap, clothes, coins
Nozawa Onsen Map
Village Maps are available at our front desk. Please ask us 🙂
For more information, please see NOZAWA ONSEN’s website.
*13 PUBLIC ONSEN &THE ONSEN TRAIL:
*HOTSPRING COOKING AND BATHING