RYOKANS providing rooms with private open-air baths
Book Naraya in Kusatsu Onsen— 130 years of history. A prestigious ryokan standing near the famous yubatake (hot water field) with bubbling spring water. 150 mins by JR Limited Express from Ueno Sta., Tokyo.
Japanese ryokan food, dinner and breakfast – a ryokan providing local foodstuff
Vegetables from the Kusatsu area. Famous local Joshu beef.
A ryokan particularly good for health and beauty
This acidic bath has been known as a popular bath from days of old, and displays incredible potency in hot spring therapy effects. The water is good for neuralgia, fatigue, skin problems, etc.
A ryokan appearing in various media
Filming spot for episode 10 of the TV Asahi television drama “Zenigata Heiji” (2004, Japan).
“No. 1” ryokan in Japan
With 130 years of history, this long standing ryokan is brimming with romantic historical ambiance. Making use of natural forces, it draws water from the oldest hot spring source out of the six Kusatsu sources.
Traditional ryokan – historical architecture
This is a long standing ryokan with the texture of a classic old style Japanese hot spring inn. It is a wooden three story building.
Top hot spring resort – Kusatsu, Tokyo suburbs
An acidic bath. It has been known as a popular bath from days of old, and is one of the three most famous hot springs in Japan. With an output that is the largest in Japan amongst naturally occurring hot springs, this hot spring boasts a potent disinfectant power.
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