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I should state upfront that my experience with this place was strongly influenced by my ability to read and speak Japanese: starting with booking my room package on their Japanese web site, to making use of their FREE express buses to travel here and back...More
Stayed for a night. First room offered was very small and changed to bigger nice room upon request. Dinner and breakfast is good, plenty of food option. The water park is nice for all weather. Enjoyed our stay with kids.
From Tokyo, it is about 2 1/2 hours by bus. Actually it is sort of a nice ride, rice fields, mountains. The resort is located in a lush region, a little over 30 miles South West of the Fukushima power plant disaster. This was a...More
There are several pools and baths that you can use.
I think there are five indoor water slides, if you count a couple toddlers' slides.
In winter, the outside pool is also heated. Don't know about summer.
Some of the food stalls are...More
This is one for the kids as very busy with thousands of visitors but some good rides. For adults the actual spa baths are great - there are two: one fairly utilitarian and the other traditional and subsequently more atmospheric. There are traditional Hawaiian dances...More
Crowded like a new year train in China, if you wanna swim and relax avoid the high season.! They've got hot springs where you bath with swimsuits on with your partner and open till night. Free buses run from many cities around Tokyo and the...More
Although we went on golden week, national holiday in Japan, we still had a good time. We went their early and had fun before it became crowded... Then we enjoyed watching the Hula Girls.... Great dancers... Surely we will return...