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Arima Onsen, Kobe
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Take a dip in one of Japan’s oldest bathhouses, Arima Onsen, a hot spring resort in a scenic mountain setting. Mentioned in documents for the past millennium, the resort offers two public bathhouses and a number of inns that feature baths for non-staying visitors. Explore the small town, check out the hot springs museum, or sample cookies made with mountain spring water. Have a traditional onsen experience and bathe in two types of hot spring waters: the “gold,” which is rich in salt and iron, and the “silver,” which contains radium and carbonate. Put Arima Onsen at the forefront of your travel plans using our Kobe vacation trip planner.
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  • Climb the slope with a wig wig walk down. Stroller is a bit to Arima Onsen are very old buildings or shop sign signpost welter age and history. In the shop, soda crackers baked delicious demonstration tour can hope recommend baked feel free to. Climbing the Hill pretty in the spa park, early spring sprang and there can drink sparkling water faucet. But it seems very few people come here to explain the signpost. Come down under and chirahora new shops, the trend of the times.
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  • Spent 2 days, walking, using spa, enjoying, eating well:-),we were very satisfied with everything there. 
  • I visited the Arima onsen area and decided to take my time and spend a whole day. The small shops are interesting and quaint with lots of good souvenirs. I bought a fish cake on a stick for breakfast ...  more »