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The Yuze Hot Springs Village extends alongside the clear stream running through Yoneshiro River valley, located on the border of Akita, Iwate and Aomori prefectures. Said to be named after the plentiful hot water that springs up even from the river rapids, the Yuze Hot Springs (onsen) are also extremely popular as hot waters for beauty due to their qualities that are help bathers attain beautiful skin. Nagomi no Yado Hime-no-Yu is conveniently located a short 3-minute walk from Yuze-Onsen Station on the JR Hanawa Line. This Japanese-style ryokan in the Yuze Hot Springs Village is surrounded by lush greenery and the rushing waters of the Yoneshiro River. Enjoy a luxurious time, and soak in the healing hot spring waters at this traditional Japanese inn.
Yuze Valley is a popular sightseeing spot with a series of distinctive rock formations and steep cliffs that run along both banks of the Yoneshiro River, which flows nearby the inn. The stunning scenery of mountain cherry blossoms in the spring, fresh greenery in the summer, autumn foliage in the fall, and the snow-covered landscape in the winter has earned the Yuze Valley a place in the New Akita 30 Best Scenery. Stretching from the Yuze Hot Springs to Hachimantai Azukizawa, the 4.6 km-long walking path that runs alongside the mountain stream is perfect for an energetic hike or a leisurely stroll to admire the valley’s beauty. Also recognized as a Forest Therapy Road, this walking path is enjoyed by many people who want to spend a healing and relaxing time in nature.
The Yuze Hot Spring Village, where Nagomi no Yado Hime-no-Yu is located, is ideally placed between two major sightseeing spots in the Northern Tohoku area - Lake Towada and Hachimantai - making it an exceptionally convenient base to explore these and other attractions in the area. Straddling the border separating Aomori from neighboring Akita Prefecture, Lake Towada is a large crater lake that was formed some 200,000 years ago by volcanic activity. The azure sky above and lush greenery of the surrounding mountains are reflected on the mirror-like surface of this popular lake’s stunning deep blue waters. The sprawling plateau of the Hachimantai sightseeing area was formed by volcanic activity, and it extends across the border of Iwate and Akita prefectures. Magnificent and mystical scenery steeped in the powerful energy of nature is spread throughout the area, which is bustling with mountain climbers. We hope you will take in the many sights of Tohoku, while enjoying a leisurely stay at Nagomi no Yado Hime-no-Yu.
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