Named Japan's #1 hot spring by Japan's top travel agents for ten consecutive years, Kusatsu Onsen is offering guests a chance to unwind at one of its bathing facilities, Goza-no-yu, for FREE during its pre-opening period from April 18-24.
Located 200 kilometers north-northwest of Tokyo, the famous Kusatsu Onsen is nestled amid the mountains of Gunma Prefecture and is well-known for its water's therapeutic effect. It has the largest natural water flow among all hot springs in the country and its highly acidic water has been considered the best for centuries. Kusatsu Onsen also offers other recreational activities such as skiing and hiking. Click here to learn more about Kusatsu Onsen.
From Tokyo, guests can take the bullet train to Karuizawa Station (Nagano Shinkansen line) and then a bus (Seibu Kogen Bus or Kusakaru Kotsu) from Karuizawa to Kusatsu Onsen. The travel takes approximately 2.5 hours. Click here for more details or other travel options.
This offer is valid for hot spring baths on 1/F of Goza-no-yu from April 18-24, 2013.
Travelzoo Tip: Opening hours are from 9am to 5pm (no admission after 4:30pm). Towels are available for rent for a small fee or guests can bring their own.