The Kusatsu Hot Spring Baths of Kusatsu, Japan receive their waters from the largest flowing hot spring water source in Japan. If you wish to take a dip or a bath in the Sulphur waters you can do so at one of the several public baths in town. You may like to opt for the outdoor pools at Sainokawara Park.
If you prefer to stay indoors while you enjoy your time in the hot water, you can head to the Otakinoyu bath house. The indoor Awaseyu baths have several pools filled with water at different temperatures. There are also many community bath houses that can accommodate two or three people in each of its gender segregated pools. The baths at a Ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn, are free for guests to use.Places nearby:
Matsumoto Castle: A hirajiro that is one of Japans few original castles 70 km / 43 mi
Kurobe Dam: Where Japanese Engineering Ingenuity Meets Endurance 83 km / 52 mi
Ashikaga Flower Park, Japan: Home to the 140 year of Great Miracle Wisteria 89 km / 55 mi
Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine The most famous shrine of Japan, arguably 90 km / 56 mi
Kashiya Yokocho Alley: The sweet flavor of nostalgia in the Candy Alley of Japan 111 km / 68 mi