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  1. Kusatsu Line

    Kusatsu Line

    The Kusatsu Line () is operated by JR West and connects Tsuge on the Kansai Main Line with Kusatsu on the Biwako Line. It runs the 113 series (113n), a Japanese suburban electric multiple unit (EMU) train type introduced in 1963. Here it is seen approaching JR Konan Sta. in Shiga.
  2. Kusatsu Line

    Kusatsu Line

    The Kusatsu Line () is operated by JR West and connects Tsuge on the Kansai Main Line with Kusatsu on the Biwako Line. It runs the 113 series (113n), a Japanese suburban electric multiple unit (EMU) train type introduced in 1963.
  3. Beauty on our way to Nishinokawara-Onsen in Kusatsu

    Beauty on our way to Nishinokawara-Onsen in Kusatsu

    Clearer than clear hot water and the beautiful green color on the stones. Spotted this little spot on our way to Nishinokawara-Onsen in Kusatsu.
  4. Small free entry Onsen in Kusatsu

    Small free entry Onsen in Kusatsu

    Air temperature -10c, water temperature between +40-+50c. We entered this small onsen, with only thin wooden walls around the pool, at around 1AM in the night, when most of the people in the village were already in bed. The water was burning hot, but after getting used to the heat, it was pure...
  5. Yubatake at Kusatsu Onsen

    Yubatake at Kusatsu Onsen

    Yubatake, the centre of Kusatsu Onsen, in February 2008. Air temperature -10c.
  6. Nishinokawara-Onsen in Kusatsu

    Nishinokawara-Onsen in Kusatsu

    Photo taken on our way to the Nishinokawara Onsen in February 2008. Unfortunately we couldn't take any photos inside the actual onsen - it was so beautiful!
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