ONSEN

Noboribetsu is one of Japan’s finest hot spring resorts.
Enjoy the sulfur-scented milky white hot spring waters to the fullest.

Noboribetsu Onsen known throughout Japan, and is sometimes called a “Hot Spring Department Store” for its wide variety of spring types and abundant supply of water.
Of the 9 types of hot spring baths, guests at the hotel can enjoy milky-white sulfur spring baths,
one of Noboribetsu Onsen’s most iconic features. Spend a luxurious time soaking in the pure, free-flowing hot spring.
Noboribetsu Onsen known throughout Japan, and is sometimes called a “Hot Spring Department Store” for its wide variety of spring types and abundant supply of water.
Of the 9 types of hot spring baths, guests at the hotel can enjoy milky-white sulfur spring baths,
one of Noboribetsu Onsen’s most iconic features. Spend a luxurious time soaking in the pure, free-flowing hot spring.

BIG BATH GENSEN

The large public bath combines a stylish design
with a fantastic natural view

The Japanese garden presents a different look in each season. Designed to allow guests to appreciate these subtle changes, the large public bath has a simple design based on straight lines.

OPEN-AIR BATH

Enjoy the natural beauty of Noboribetsu Onsen
and the free-flowing naturally-fed hot spring baths

SAUNA

ROOMS OUTLOOK BATH

Partake in the luxury of having the famous spring all to yourself in a private open-air bath with a view of Noboribetsu Onsen’s natural beauty

The scenic baths in every room are designed to be spacious enough to enable guests to stretch out full-length. Take in the sweeping mountain view before you as you enjoy the Noboribetsu’s famous naturally-fed hot spring baths.

RELAXATION

There are three types of relaxation menus available in completely private rooms.

This reservable stone sauna relieves swelling, poor circulation, and shoulder stiffness, etc. by warming the body from the inside and stimulating the metabolism.

About Noboribetsu Onsen

“Hot Spring Department Store” with 9 types of springs and a natural yield of 10,000 tons of water per day
The name Noboribetsu comes from the Ainu word “nupur-pet”, which means “cloudy white river” or “dark-colored river.” It is said that since ancient times the waters from the hot spring have been plentiful enough to change the color of the river. Noboribetsu Onsen includes “Hell Valley”, where steam and water vapor erupt out of the ground, and it has 9 types of hot springs that produce 10,000 tons of water per day. There are few places like it in the world, and it is sometimes called a “hot springs department store.”