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Kusatsu Onsen Daitokan
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"The biggest hotel in the center of town. The location could not be better. Parking lot is off site, but understandable considering the location right in the center of an old, traditional hot spring town. The hotel is a little worn, but not too bad."
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7.9

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180 reviews

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$ 386
Kusatsu-Onsen Kirishimaya Ryokan
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"The owners are extremely friendly. They have collected a ton of items throughout their travels so the ryokan itself is a mini museum. Clean accommodations. The location is great. about a 3-4min walk from the central yubatake springs. Only downside is the steep Hill you have to climb to get to it. The hot springs water was the best part. One of the stronger baths we experienced during our travel there. As such you can only dip in the bath for 3-5mins, 4 times a day. Extremely soothing. Has a private bath for couples or individuals. No reservation required. The owners can accommodate most requests as long as you ask. Highly recommended for a traditional ryokan experience with amazing baths "
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7.8

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17 reviews

Hotel Sakurai
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$ 501
Kusatsu Onsen Yado EIDAYA
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"I went there with 3 friends and stayed in a warm Japanese style tatami room. • Lots of games from golf putter to arcade, seriously you won’t get bored. • Friendly staff, they’ll provide you anything you need. • Got free coffee voucher in a local coffee shop after stay. Super duper nice coffee. • Heater, sofa, hot bath, massage chair... You mention it. Feels like home."
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6.2

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2 reviews

Kusatsu Onsen Hotel Takamatsu
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"This hotel in Kusatsu is quite worn out however it's indeed a unique experience to stay for a night. Make sure to also book the hotel with the dinner and breakfast. The dinner is splendid especially for those who doesn't have much "Japanese" experience. The room is also very spacious according to the Japanese standard."
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7.9

Very good

85 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 335

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Hot-springs, more hot-springs, and even more hot-springs is what is on the menu for anybody visiting this small resort town in Gunma. The area is literally a hot spot for active volcanic activity and the famous Onsens of Japan, more commonly known as hot-springs. The best way to reach Kusatsu is via Naganohara Kusatsuguchi Station, followed by a half-hour local bus ride into Kusatsu, where the hotels and resorts are plentiful and relaxation is easy to come by.

Of course, the most popular activity for visitors to this area are the hot-springs, and the biggest of them all is Yubatake. The name literally translates to “hot water field,” and it is the largest concentration of hot springs in all of Japan. As a popular attraction, the baths and cooling areas that have been strategically placed around it are often full, so timing one’s visit to avoid the crowds might be a good way to go.

The active volcano site of Mount Shirane Kusatsu attracts many tourists to the stunningly green crater lake is a very popular destination.

There are many more parks, lakes, and, of course, hot springs in Kusatsu, and the best way to discover what else this city has to offer in terms of attractions, landmarks, and hotels is by exploring the interactive map on this page.


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