Niseko Onsen
Niseko Onsenkyo with a Panoramic View of Mt. Yotei

Introduction of Hot Springs (Onsen)

On the vast northern land of Niseko Resort, sits Niseko Onsenkyo. Niseko covers the elevated area from Nisekocho to Rankoshicho with Mt. Yoteizan at the center, which is also called Ezo Fuji.

Mt. Yoteizan is 1898m (6227 feet high) from the sea level, great for climbing and trecking in summer and skiing in winter. Several hot springs also dot around the mountain. Try different hot water at different springs.

Effects and characteristics of Hot Springs

Niseko Onsenkyo hosts a variety of source springs for you to enjoy - Niseko Goshiki Onsen, Niseko Yumoto Onsen, Niseko Yakushi Onsen and so on. Each comes from a different source such as sulfate or nationally-rare clay hot water. Niseko Yu Meguri Pass can be purchased that lets you visit many hot springs in the area.
  • Spring Qualities
    Chloride hot-spring Hydrogen Carbonate hot-spring Sulfate hot-spring
  • Efficacy
    Rheumatoid arthritis Neuralgia Bruises Muscle stiffness

Access

Access by public transportation.
[By Train]
3 min walk from Niseko Station
Access by car
[By Car]
About 45 min from Kuromatsunai Interchange

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