Stroll along Japanese-style wooden pathways towards Niseko Annupuri Yugokorotei Onsen. To give maximum revitalization, the geothermal hot spring water that gushes from the foot of the southern part of Mount Yotei is unmodified until it touches your skin—that means that it’s clear of chlorine and free from recirculation. Lush greenery envelops the rotenburo, keeping you close to nature as you are cured of chronic digestive diseases, gout, and liver pain.
The Finnish sauna experience is one of Alexander’s favorite local exploits! Saunas are places to relax in solitude in most countries, but in Finland, Alexander says that they are venues for socializing. Visit Cafe Kuusijärvi, a public sauna in Helsinki, to lay on some heat while conversing with locals over vodka! After warming yourself up, jump into Lake Kuusijärvi—which, according to Alexander, would be great to do in the winter to cool down before another round.
Cafe Kuusijärvi has the only public smoke sauna in metropolitan Helsinki, and since its unisex, swimsuits are required. They also have electric saunas in the main building for those who’d rather do without the steam.
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