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Heat's On in Niseko


Amid Niseko’s famous blankets of snow and rich green terrains lie Onsens (温泉)—traditional Japanese nude, gender-separated, communal spring water baths—ready to heal the body, mind, and soul. Get in-tune with nature as you dip into a “rotenburo” (露天風呂, Japanese for "Outdoor Onsen") and gaze at the magnificent vistas of the town. Sourced naturally and rich in minerals, spring waters leave you clean, relaxed, and refreshed. Sink into the warm bath, and reap various health benefits at the same time, such as relief from skin conditions and lowered blood pressure. Remember to observe proper Onsen etiquette before you immerse yourself in this wonderful Japanese custom!

Updated a year ago

  • Relax
  • Traditional
  • Small Groups
  • Solo
  • Local Experience
  • Rest & Rejuvenate
  • Serene Getaway
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Mori No Tenku Buro at Hotel Kanro no Mori

Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

In the quiet Annupuri Village, Mori no Tenku Buro, Hotel Kanronomori’s very own Onsen, lies quietly beside a national park, ready to give you an authentic Japanese “Ryokan” (旅館, a traditional Japanese inn) experience. Enveloped in a forest, the indoor and outdoor nitrate-filled baths tempt you to sink into a mellow state. Aside from the sulphur Onsen’s ability to treat skin disorders, diabetes, and high blood pressure, Mori No Tenku Buro’s spring water is great for keeping skin hydrated. Perfect for shy bodies and Onsen first-timers, Hotel Kanronomori has private indoor Onsen rooms that are yours (by reservation) at 50 minutes at a time—the only service of its kind in Niseko!


415 Niseko, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan

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Yukoro Onsen

温泉 ゆころ

Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

Nestled among trees in the lower Hirafu Village, Yukoro Onsen’s indoor and outdoor baths remain a favorite among locals and tourists for its traditional Japanese design. Beautiful silver snow covers the high boulder walls of the rotenburo, adding a touch of natural magic to your day of rest and relaxation. The sulphuric rust-colored spring waters of Yukoro Onsen are naturally high in sodium-chloride and bicarbonate, making it effective in relieving muscle tension—perfect after a rigorous day on the slopes!


163-53 Aza Yamada, Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan


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The Vale Niseko Onsen


Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

Follow the aromatic scent of sandalwood, cedar, and lavender essential oils towards The Vale Niseko Onsen. Designed by famous Japanese Onsen designer Suzuki San, the minimalist yet modern layout exudes elegant opulence. Known as a “Kakenagashi” (かけながし) Onsen, The Vale Niseko Onsen’s thermal spring water flows from 700 meters below ground and undergoes zero filtration. It takes 160 years to filter down from Mount Yotei, collecting minerals along the way before it rejuvenates bathers with its promised natural benefits—including the healing of cuts and bruises, and the alleviation of chronic constipation and arteriosclerosis.


The Vale Niseko, 166-9 Aza Yamada, Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan

倶知安町字山田 166-9

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The Green Leaf Onsen


Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

Exclusively available for in-house guests, Green Leaf Hotel Onsen hails as one of the most beautiful baths in Niseko! Snow-draped pine trees embrace the steaming hot rock pools of 100% naturally-sourced mineral spring water, that flows at 270 liters per minute into indoor and outdoor Onsens.


Higashiyama Onsen, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan

ニセコ町東山温泉 ザ・グリーンリーフ・ニセコビレッジ

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Niseko Annupuri Onsen Yugokorotei

ニセコアンヌプリ温泉 湯心亭

Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

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.


438 Niseko, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan


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Niseko Grand Hotel Onsen

Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

Recognized by the Beautiful Skin Onsen Association, Niseko Grand Hotel Onsen’s rotenburos contain a blend of sodium chloride spring water and sodium hydrocarbonate alkaline water that is said to produce collagen to improve your skin’s metabolism. Niseko Grand Hotel Onsen’s mixed public bath—the only one of its kind in the area—lets couples, families, and friends loosen up together. “Yuamis” (strapless robes for ladies) and shorts are available for reserved bathers to wear before entering the outdoor Onsen but be prepared to possibly witness man’s natural form as you sink into the steamy water.


412 Niseko, Abuta, Hokkaido, Japan

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Yuki Chichibu Onsen

Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

A different Onsen experience awaits both men and women at Yuki Chichibu Onsen. The newly-refurbished establishment boasts eight different baths, including a mud bath for the ladies! Slosh your hands into the mud at the base of the Onsen, and smear the concoction onto your face for an instant facial. At Yuki Chichibu Onsen, you're allowed to take swigs of beer as you unwind in the sulfuric, iron-filled springs that soothes joint pains, lowers blood pressure, and replenishes iron levels. The beautiful views from the baths seal it as an escapade to remember!


680-2 Yunosato, Rankoshi-cho, Isoya-gun, Hokkaido, Japan


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Goshiki Onsen Ryokan

Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

Bask in Mother Earth’s marvel as you revel at the striking contrast between Mount Annapuri’s green slopes and the rust-orange sulfur fields that surround Goshiki Onsen. The baths’ water runs from five different sources from the mountain, that mixes to produce an eggy-smelling and peculiar-colored Onsen. High in minerals such as magnesium, sodium, calcium, and sulfuric acid, the spring waters moisturizes your skin—just like a toner! You’re guaranteed to walk out feeling like a new man (or woman)!


510 Niseko, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan

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Ki Niseko Onsen

Niseko, Japan • Recommendation • 29 May 2018

Indulge in Ki Niseko Onsen’s mineral-rich baths of spring water that courses from an exclusive source right next to the hotel. The 40°C-heated pools relaxes tired bodies and revitalizes you for another day of activities in Niseko! Renowned Hokkaido-based architect Koichi Ishiguro designed the Onsen’s interiors, retaining a natural feel through the carried on stone theme. For the ultimate regeneration, soothe your mind and relieve your body by turning up the heat in the sauna and or taking a dip in the plunge pools. Enjoy a moment of solitude with your family and friends at Ki Niseko Onsen’s private Onsen rooms, available for hotel guests upon check-in.


183-43 Yamada, Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan

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