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Yukuro Hot Spring in Niseko Japan

Onsen’s are a traditional Japanese natural thermal hot spring and the therapeutic water rises from deep within the earth. Yukuro Onsen is the most popular in Niseko and is a great way to relax the body after a hard days boarding or skiing.

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