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General info

All of the onsens in Hakuba have separate male and female baths-there are no mixed ones. Most of the onsens have shorter hours outside the winter season. The onsens that are located inside hotels generally are free for hotel guests and are open for longer hours to hotel guests.. See bottom of page for etiquette on how to take on onsen.

The Onsens in Hakuba

Hakuba hot springs/onsens

Click on the full screen button in the top right corner to get more info.

Private Onsen

If you want to have a private onsen then a mixed onsen is of course possible. These are your choices: Obinata no Yu ¥ 20,000 for 1-5 people (extra people + ¥4,000/pp) for 1 hr starting either 6 pm or 7.30 pm. Jan 15 th -Mar 31 st only. Upper Happo. Free pick up available. http://hakuba-happo-onsen.jp/obinataa-japanese- outdoor-onsen/ Shirouma sanso for ¥1,600/person for minimum 2 people. No outside bath and time is limited to between 11 am and 3pm. In Happo-see map for location. Ph (0261) 72-2121

How to take an onsen

The procedure for having an onsen is as folllows: Buy your ticket (often at a machine at the entrance) Take off all your clothes in the change room and put them in the basket provided. Towels can be rented but better to bring your own as they can be expensive. A small towel can be handy to cover those private bits and provide some modesty. Enter the main bath area - leave your big towel in the change room. You can take the small towel but do not let it get inside the bath tub. BEFORE you get in the bathtub clean yourself off and then rinse off properly. You may now enter the bathtub which is used only for soaking- not for cleaning. Soap and shampoo are provided free of charge. Towels are usually extra to rent. When you have had enough you can use the small towel to dry yourself off before entering the changeroom.
Japan
Specialists in Hakuba Ski Holidays

General info

All of the onsens in Hakuba have separate male and female baths-there are no mixed ones. Most of the onsens have shorter hours outside the winter season. The onsens that are located inside hotels generally are free for hotel guests and are open for longer hours to hotel guests.. See bottom of page for etiquette on how to take on onsen.

The Onsens in Hakuba

Hakuba hot springs/onsens

Click on the full screen button in the top right corner to get more info.

How to take an onsen

The procedure for having an onsen is as folllows: Buy your ticket (often at a machine at the entrance) Take off all your clothes in the change room and put them in the basket provided. Towels can be rented but better to bring your own as they can be expensive. A small towel can be handy to cover those private bits and provide some modesty. Enter the main bath area - leave your big towel in the change room. You can take the small towel but do not let it get inside the bath tub. BEFORE you get in the bathtub clean yourself off and then rinse off properly. You may now enter the bathtub which is used only for soaking- not for cleaning. Soap and shampoo are provided free of charge. Towels are usually extra to rent. When you have had enough you can use the small towel to dry yourself off before entering the changeroom.
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Private Onsen

If you want to have a private onsen then a mixed onsen is of course possible. These are your choices: Obinata no Yu ¥ 20,000 for 1-5 people (extra people + ¥4,000/pp) for 1 hr starting either 6 pm or 7.30 pm. Jan 15 th -Mar 31 st only. Upper Happo. Free pick up available. http://hakuba-happo-onsen.jp/obinataa- japanese-outdoor-onsen/ Shirouma sanso for ¥1,600/person for minimum 2 people. No outside bath and time is limited to between 11 am and 3pm. In Happo- see map for location. Ph (0261) 72-2121