According to some surveys, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Japan is Hokkaido among Asian countries and regions.
Especially Noboribetsu Onsen and Toyako Onsen enjoy popularity due to the accessible location from New Chitose Airport.
Kojohama Onsen is nearer than these hot springs, but remains tranquility.
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Portland, in the State of Oregon is ranked high in several surveys about the best places to live in the U.S.
It is only one and a half hour’s drive from the city full of the Modern Hippies to a bathhouse in deep in the mountains.
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The hot spring is located near a wintering place of brown bears, and is surrounded by an enormous number of black-flies in summer.
The entrance road is closed from October through June due to the snow cover.
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It is not San Francisco, the metropolis famous for the Golden Gate Bridge.
San Francisco Hot Springs in the State of New Mexico is suitable for a single-day hiking.
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The color of the hot springs water is just like rooibos tea.
The texture is much more powerful than that appearance.
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Soakers in the Eastern United States may recall a famous spa city near New York, when hearing the name of a place, Saratoga.
Another Saratoga hot spring is located 1,800 miles in the west, in the State of Wyoming.
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The Japanese tradition, a hot-spring cure is not outdated.
Toyotomi Onsen, near the northernmost point of Japan has remarkable government activities including the tax exemption for the use of hot springs, and the assistance for school attendance during a hot-spring cure.
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The road to the hottest spring in Arizona is thoroughly destroyed by flash flood.
Scalding water in 180 degrees F water is gushing in the remote area.
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A desolate bathhouse in the southern Hokkaido has real hospitality.
The humble shack tells what the real hospitality is.
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A spa city in the United States has eight bathhouses.
In fact, only two are in business.
Take a trip to Hot Springs, where symbolizes the flourishing culture of bathing and its decadence.
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