Onsens or hot springs have been deeply ingrained in Japanese culture for centuries and have been rising in popularity amongst overseas visitors. With their ability to soothe tired muscles, the multitude of health benefits minerals found in the waters give and stunning indoor and outdoor designs meant to maximise your relaxation, it’s easy to understand their appeal.
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Since the country so loves their hot springs, it also comes as little surprise that hundreds of onsens can be found across Japan. Curious about which of the many onsens are the best of the best? Check out Quotient’s infographic for an overview of the top onsen in each of the country’s eight regions.