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Ask Jaybot What are the most popular onsen resorts in Japan?

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There are numerous onsen resorts in Japan that are popular among locals and tourists alike. Here are some of the most famous ones:

1. Hakone: Located just a short trip from Tokyo, Hakone is a popular onsen resort destination. Visitors can enjoy a variety of hot springs, ryokans (traditional Japanese inns), and stunning views of Mt. Fuji.

2. Kusatsu: Located in Gunma Prefecture, Kusatsu is famous for its high-quality hot springs that are said to cure a variety of ailments. Visitors can also enjoy traditional Japanese culture, including geisha performances and tea ceremonies.

3. Beppu: Located on the island of Kyushu, Beppu is one of Japan's most famous onsen resorts. The town has over 2,000 hot springs and visitors can enjoy a variety of different types of baths, including mud baths and sand baths.

4. Noboribetsu: Located on the northern island of Hokkaido, Noboribetsu is known for its hot springs that are said to have healing properties. Visitors can also enjoy the town's natural beauty, including the nearby Jigokudani (Hell Valley) and Lake Toya.

5. Gero: Located in Gifu Prefecture, Gero is a popular destination for those looking to experience traditional Japanese culture. Visitors can enjoy hot springs, traditional ryokans, and the town's famous Gassho-style houses.

These are just a few of the many popular onsen resorts in Japan. Each one offers its own unique experience and is worth a visit.
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