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The oldest Onsen (hot springs) in Japan, “Dogo Onsen”

Posted on November 15, 2018

“Dogo Onsen” that appears in ancient Japanese history book “Nihon-Shoki (the oldest chronicles of Japan) is famous Japanese oldest historic Onsen. It’s a tourist spot where you can experience hot spring and old Japan at the same time.

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Closest station to the Dogo Onsen. Surprisingly, the whole corner of the station is Starbucks!

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This building was the stage of the movie “Spirited away”.

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Even more beautiful when the lights turn on after sunset.

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Firework inspired installation art in collaboration with Japanese famous artist.

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【Dogo Onsen】

Dogo yunomachi 5-6, Matsuyama-Shi, Ehime

Access
Approximately 40 minutes by limousine bus to Dogo Onsen station/ 30 minutes by taxi from Matsuyama airport.
Approximately 25 minutes by Iyo Testudo city train to Dogo Onsen from Iyo Tetsudo “JR Matsuyama station” / 25 minutes by taxi
Approximately 20 minutes by Iyo Testudo city train to Dogo Onsen from Iyo Tetsudo “Matsuyama station” / 20 minutes by taxi
Approximately 43 minutes by limousine bus to Dogo Onsen station/ 25 minutes by taxi from Matsuyama tourist harbor.

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