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Hot Springs in Fukui

We are investigating and introducing hot springs in Fukui prefecture. Hot springs are an important recreation facility that will heal people's mind and body. We will post popular hot springs in Fukui Prefecture.

Hot Springs in Fukui

Echizen / Awara Onsen

Awara Onsen, a hot spring resort, with lodgings lined up in a quiet rural area.

Mikuni Onsen

Tojinbo, a superb view, a Mikuni hot spring close to the Echizen coast. Relax leisurely in the natural hot spring bath, sea bathing and the sea breeze bath of the boardwalk and nature. Enjoy delicious crab dishes from the Sea of Japan and enjoy fresh seafood.

Kuzuryuu Onsen Hotel Furearu Izumi

Kuzuryuu Onsen Hotel Furearu Izumi in Ono City, Fukui Prefecture.

Imajo 365 Onsen Yasuragi

Imajo 365 Onsen Yasuragi. Fresh green in spring, autumn leaves in fall, and snowy in winter.

Maruoka hot spring Takekurabe

Maruoka Onsen Takekurabe is a healing lodging surrounded by the great nature of Fukui.

Echizen-cho Itou Onsen Taichou no Mori

A hot spring in Echizen-cho that is relaxing and keep warmth long time.

Echizen hot springs enjoying hot springs | Echizen Town | Echizen Sightseeing Navi

In Echizen-cho, there are five hot springs in total, together with the sea and the village.

National Residence Takasusou

All rooms with ocean view, overlooking the Sea of Japan.

Hot Spring Information | Fukui Prefecture Tourist Information Website Fukui dot com

Introduction of hot spring in Fukui

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Echizen
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Japan Sightseeing Information

Hokkaido RegionHokkaido
Tohoku Region Aomori
Iwate
Miyagi
Akita
Yamagata
Fukushima
Kanto Region Ibaraki
Tochigi
Gunma
Saitama
Tokyo
Chiba
Kanagawa
Chubu Region Niigata
Toyama
Ishikawa
Fukui
Yamanashi
Nagano
Gifu
Shizuoka
Aichi
Kinki Region Mie
Shiga
Nara
Wakayama
Kyoto
Osaka
Hyogo
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Shimane
Okayama
Hiroshima
Yamaguchi
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Tokushima
Ehime
Kochi
Kyushu Region Fukuoka
Saga
Nagasaki
Kumamoto
Oita
Miyazaki
Kagoshima
Okinawa RegionOkinawa

※Tourist information posted on this site was mainly investigated from 2017 to 2018. Please note that these information may not be accurate.

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