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Rural relaxation near the big city

Situated near a park and farmland only a short distance from Narita Airport, this is a perfect... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2018
ColoradoDad
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Santa Rita, Mariana Islands
Good onsen near Narita Airport

I had a late flight (6:50pm) at Narita Airport so decided to have an adventure and try out this... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2018
911Traveler007
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Los Angeles, California
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1630 Otake, Narita 286-0841, Chiba Prefecture
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Reviewed 3 March 2018

Situated near a park and farmland only a short distance from Narita Airport, this is a perfect place to relax during a long layover or while waiting for an evening flight. After a week of business in the city I wanted to see some of...More

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Reviewed 30 January 2018

I had a late flight (6:50pm) at Narita Airport so decided to have an adventure and try out this onsen. It was 1320 yen from Shinjuku station on the JR Line to Shimosa-Manzaki, a truly sleepy village with a conductor taking the tickets! I was...More

3  Thank 911Traveler007
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Yamata-No-Yu onsen is at wonderful place to get away from everything for a few hours to relax and is just a short trip from Narita International Airport. The complex is a stand alone facility with pastoral views of rice fields at the foot of a...More

1  Thank bigscreen
Reviewed 22 October 2017

I am a big fan of any type of onsen - luxury, local, or public bath. I am told you will find the true Japan there. For me, it is relaxing, and change of pace from bustle of Tokyo where I usually visit for business....More

2  Thank Dean T
Reviewed 21 July 2017

This is the best of the Narita area hot springs and is easy to get to from JR Narita station...just a short train ride to Shimousa Manzaki. Yamata no yu has an English website and you'll find lots of information on there as well as...More

3  Thank Jacques-SYD
Reviewed 5 June 2017 via mobile

What a great way to spend the last afternoon in Japan 3 hrs of relaxing in the hot springs and soaking up the sun

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Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

For those who transit in limited time at Narita airport and want to try Onsen with Japanese style, you may go to this onsen. Only you need walk quiet long way there. From Narita station changing to JR Narita station and stop at Shimabasi station....More

Thank ruv3
Reviewed 20 March 2017

My partner and I wanted to reserve a open air private bath for an hour before our flight. Originally we tried to call them, but there were some language barriers which is understandable. Their website suggests making private bath reservations via email. So, I emailed...More

1  Thank JasonandPatricia
Reviewed 10 February 2017

We went to this Onsen during our transit between flights. It was perfect. Relaxing and calm. It was a great idea. And made our stay enjoyable. It is quite a walk fom Shimosa-Manzaki station, like 20 minutes. And despite having our gps, we made a...More

Thank MapleLeafGirl123
Reviewed 8 February 2017 via mobile

NOTE: Bring your own towels (at least a bath towels and small towel). They are not provided. If you do not bring one, you will have to buy one at full price from them (to keep, not to rent) I had the pleasure of visiting...More

1  Thank MrSpaMaven
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