One of Japan's most unique and endearing features are its hot springs, affectionately called onsen in Japanese. These onsen, which can go as high as 40+ degrees celcius (or far more, as in the case of Beppu city's Jigoku Meguri, whose 90 degree waters serve more as sightseeing destinations than bathing spots), are a staple of the Japanese lifestyle. The elderly, especially in farming communities, still cap off their days with a relaxing soak around 3 or 4 pm in the afternoon, as they have done for generations past. Not to worry though, Japan has an onsen for everyone, from the luxurious ryokan inns which cost a pretty penny, to simple bath-houses with thatched roofs frequented by the local community to hidden outdoor hot springs with majestic views of nature. Book our hot spring focused private tour packages and find the right onsen for you!
Each tour includes different things, but some of the more common inclusions (or add-ons) are: Tour Companions, Local Guides (Region Experts), Private Transportation (we offer three types of private transport you can choose from; Toyota Alphard, Hiace Grand Cabin and Hiace Luxury Cabin). Meals and additional expenses are not included in the tour price.