Aoni Onsen reviews
Visited this place last week for a second time and I loved it. There's a definitely change in the place as I recall it was bit unbearable last time we visited about 8 years back. Tips for fellow... more »
What an amazing place ! Staff are friendly and helpful. The location is well hidden and a great place to get away from it all. No internet was a real bonus too ! Tranquil onset spas. Relax to the... more »
I had no idea what to expect, even after reading the reviews, but this was a lovely place. It is very traditional and gives you the sensation that you've gone back in time. We went during the winter..... more »
This onsen resort is top notch. A really good experience that you’ll never forget. So peaceful and quite. Lots of foreigners stay here and the staff is great. Only thing I would suggest is to bring your own towel/toiletries. We asked for a coupe of extra ones and they only gave us only one. There are four different baths here with one being a mixed gender. If you’re bouncing around from bath to bath, your towel will become wet quickly. Lastly, there is a community room but it closes at 2100. It would be nice if they would keep it open longer.
This place is amazing and very special! An onsen in the middle of the mountains, and especially beautiful in winter! The oyakudon for lunch was delicious, and the service was very good. If you go here, I recommend the bath with the view of the waterfall!
We stayed here for 3d2n. There's 4 types of hot tub which you can enjoy. Bring your toiletries because they only provide shower gel. Room are basic with good heater. They only uses oil lamps so at night it can be dark. Bring a torch light with would be a good idea. Food served was good. You can also try star gaze at night.
A very traditional onsen hotel/inn. Their two famous open-air onsen pools (one is a mixed-bath next to the stream, the other is the gender-separated one facing a waterfall) offers superb view and both are fantastic! At night, the dimly lit kerosene lamps in every corner of the inn make the environment very relaxing. I suggest that one should stay there for at least two to three nights!
A place you will not forget, it feels untouched by time as time simply goes slowly here. With no electricity in the rooms and lit entirely by the soft glow of the oil lamps, this is truly a relaxing place to forget the modern world and immerse yourself in the beauty of countryside Japan as well as tasting the local food, smells and sounds. After breakfast and dinner there is trult nothing better than wearing the traditional yakata and crossing the lamp lit bridge to the natural onsens to contemplate the surrounding beauty and unwind.
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