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Dormy Inn Higashi Muroran Natural Hot Spring
Muroran,Noboribetsu - View on map
"Booked this lovely hotel as our base to do day trip to Noboribetsu & another day trip to Lake Toya! Perfect accommodation in this quiet little town, much cheaper compare to Noboribetsu & Lake Toya hotels, can travel from Higashi-Muroran station take local train to Noboribetsu or Lake Toya (have to check the timetable at the station as they don't operate as frequent as the express train) there's hourly train during winter so it is very economical and convenient, nice Onsen in the hotel! Staff are very friendly!"
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2145 reviews

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$ 69
Dormy Inn Higashimuroran
Muroran,Noboribetsu - View on map

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1 review

Dai-ichi Takimotokan
Noboribetsu,Noboribetsu - View on map

Very good

2 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 531
Toya Sunpalace Resort & Spa
Sobetsu,Noboribetsu - View on map


3 reviews

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$ 247
Noboribetsu Sekisui-Tei
Noboribetsu,Noboribetsu - View on map

1 review

Avg price per night
$ 169

Fast facts about Noboribetsu, Japan

Accommodations176 properties
Popular hotelDormy Inn Higashi Muroran Natural Hot Spring
Popular areaNoboribetsu
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Noboribetsu is a city in Japan that is literally a hot spot for tourists. The city is part of Shikotsu-Toya National Park and boast Hokkaido’s most famous hot spring resort – Noboribetsu-onsen. Beautiful landscapes are covered in volcanic gases or lush flora, creating a proper environment for a getaway focused on relaxation. The nearest airport to the city is Sapporo’s New Chitose Airport, and a train ride on the JR Muroran Line to the city station completes the journey.

Noboribetsu attractions focus primarily on the hot springs, culminating in many tourists traveling to Noboribetsu-onsen. It is here that the traveler can experience 9 different kinds of water with materials such as sulfur, salt, and iron. The northwest part of the hot spring has been designated as the Noboribetsu Primeval Forest, a national monument, and to the east is Mt. Shihorei which provides views of Lake Kuttara. The water of this lake is said to be the second most transparent in all of Japan. Experience the hot springs in its most natural element with a visit to Jigoku Valley – also known as Hell Valley. The mouth of a volcano, the land here seeps a yellow-gray gas from the rocks and produces 3,000 liters of hot water every minute. If looking for something to appease the young traveler, or simply the young at heart, the Marine Park boasts an aquarium built like a Danish castle and a small amusement park.

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