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This Onsen resort is very traditional and with long history. Room is clean and tidy. Service is very good. Their shuttle bus is on time and driver greet well at the Kaga Onsen station. Their out door Onsen is not very big but atmosphere is...More
Was recommended to stay in Yamanaka Onsen instead of staying in Kanazawa . The autumn colours were awesome even though it was raining for the 2 days , as expected of autumn weather . The highlight photo-spot is the bridge behind the Kagari Kisshotel ryokan...More
Bus trip took half an hour from Kagaonsen station. Spend the whole day here, delighting in the greens of the gorge, souvenir shopping and admiring the craftsmanship, having an onsen in the women's public bath (an experience) and hanging out at cafe Bau which is...More
Go try the public bath. Its a real experience plus many locals also go there.
200yen for towels. 100yen for soap. Entry is 440yen.
Or if you are short of time, there is a free foot onsen outside the bathouse. Also there is a mechanical...More
Though we didn't plan it, the day we went it was incredibly quiet, with not one other tourist in sight. It was drizzling, but we undertook the walking track and do not regret it. Our two teenagers found plenty to keep them amazed and interested...More
The river gorge walk was beautiful & there were almost no people walking along the river on the day when we were there. If you get the "Yamanaka Onsen Walking Map" it gets less beautiful beyond the gorge and after the 2nd bridge and then...More
Response from YuWeixing | Reviewed this property |
Hi, would you mean Kaga Onsen Station? From the station, there is a bus calls 'Onsen Yamanaka Line' (try to search '温泉山中線') would take you to Yamanaka Onsen. As well, Yamanaka Onsen is a collective name of all Onsens... More
Hi, would you mean Kaga Onsen Station? From the station, there is a bus calls 'Onsen Yamanaka Line' (try to search '温泉山中線') would take you to Yamanaka Onsen. As well, Yamanaka Onsen is a collective name of all Onsens, hotels and shops around that area. Kakusenkei and Kikunoyu are all inside it. I couldn't find out a map in English and hope you could find out an outline of Yamanaka Onsen through by search '山中温泉 マップ'.