Asahidake Onsen

A Gift from Nature and Gods - Hot Spring in the Land of Wonder

Introduction of Hot Springs (Onsen)

Nestled in Mt. Asahidake in the Taisetsuzan Ridges, a resort stands on a plateau at 1100m (3609 ft) above sea level. Mt. Taisetsuzan was called as Kamuimintara - the garden where gods played - in the Ainu language.

Spring and summer are short on Asahidake. Plants race to sprout and blossom. In fall, it’s as if gods dressed the mountains with silk kimono. Then, the long winter comes when the diamond dust glitters in the sky.

Asahidake Onsen is gifted with the hot water springing from a virgin forest. Relish the choice hot spring in the land of natural wonder.

Effects and characteristics of Hot Springs

Asahidake Onsen used to be called Yukomanbetsu Onsen. Yukomanbetsu means a river heading for hot water in Ainu language, which suggests the land has been with a hot spring since long ago.

It’s a rare muriated sulfate bitter spring in the nation. No city water or heat is added. Effective for sore muscles, joint pain, fatigue and so on.
  • Spring Qualities

    Chloride hot-spring Sulfate hot-spring
  • Efficacy

    Coldness Peripheral circulation disorder Depression Cuts Skin dryness

Access

Access by public transportation.

About 90 min by bus from Asahikawa Station

Access by car

About 70 min by car from Asahikawa North Interchange

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