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Boasting various hot spring baths, hot tubs and an indoor swimming pool, Daiichi Takimotokan is historic accommodations with Japanese-style guest rooms. Hotel location is the best in the area with Hell Valley, shops and bear museum nearby. Rooms are newly renovated and hence very new and clean. Cosy tatami. The room is just nice for 3 pax (2 A 1 C) and 2 large luggage and 1 small luggage. Check in and check out was efficient. Was able to check in when we arrive as the rooms are ready.
Just a 15-minute walk from Hokkaido’s Jigokudani Valley, Noboribetsu Manseikaku features an indoor pool, hot-spring baths and Japanese and buffet restaurants. The property was opposite the bus station and a very close walk to Hells Valley and tasty udon noodle soup for lunch and supermarket. The breakfast and dinner buffets were amazing and the Onsen and pool were good. Loved the Japanese style room!!! Also had a fun visit to a recreated ninja village:)
Located in Noboribetsu, 2 miles from Noboribetsu Date Historic Village, Noboribetsu Guest House AKA & AO provides accommodations with a bar, free private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace. Really welcoming. Staff really friendly and extremely helpful with local advice. Excellent location, only a short walk from the train station. Lovely breakfast included in the morning. Great kitchen and shower facilities. Comfy futon style beds. Very cosy blankets. Great coffee and ice-cream.
Located in Hokkaido’s famous Noboribetsu hot spring areas, Takimoto Inn is a 14-minute drive from JR Noboribetsu Station. Guests staying can soak in the hot spring bath. Takimoto Inn closed for covid quarantine, so they kindly replaced us to a higher rank Dai-ichi Takimoto-kan at no additional fee. Of cause, we did not pay for and did not expect the level of service of Dai-ichi Takimoto-kan. I liked pool the most. Breakfast is exceptional.
Noboribetsu Sekisui Tei is a 20-minute drive from JR Noboribetsu Station, and a 15-minute walk from the Jigokudani Valley. Buffet with diverised options Both Indoor and outdoor hot spring, quite clean and well facilited. Helpful and attentive staff even though they are not good at English speaking
Takinoya Bekkan Tamanoyu provides rooms with free WiFi in Noboribetsu, located conveniently an 8-minute walk from Noboribetsu Jigokudani. Excellent location, very clean, great onsen & excellent Omotenashi. Good communication. Great dinner. Even though we checked in late they kept dinner for us & arranged a special room for us to have the dinner
Just 0.9 mi from Hokkaido’s Jigokudani hot springs area, Oyado Kiyomizuya offers Japanese-style rooms with a Japanese tea maker, private bathroom and futon beds. Nice little onsen which is open during the whole night, so you can take a bath before going to bed. We had a 2-room suite which was great and we enjoyed staying in the living room. Tea, water, sweets were availabe for free. Easy and relaxed athmosphere which you will enjoy after a whole day of sightseeing.
The hometown of Onsen a.k.a the hotspring bath. Hotel in here is kinda on the expensive end, it could cost you almost $400-500/night but it you want to have a nice and good experience it's worth it. There's a few tourist attraction but not much but you can take a bus to a 10mnt near town which is more lively, there's also a ninja village which a must visit for a ninja fans, food is good overall and hokkaido is known as a Miso prefecture, drown yourself into a miso ramen nearby and taste a heaven soup breath life into your cold body in winter which is the best time to visit here around dec - feb. definitely would come again next year after the travel ban lifted ^^
noboribetsu is definitely one of the must-go’s in hokkaido, japan and the world. not only is it famous for onsen, but also for nature hiking. there are many first-class trails in the forest alongside onsens and scenic spots. they are spectacular, gorgeous, live and peaceful. it’s especially more suitable to hike in winter than summer since roads are closed for traffic in winter, which makes hikers very safe. all hikings can be completed within 2-8 hours, easy to manage. what’s more, the temperature is around -1 to -9 c normally, not as bad as expected. i would say that natural footbath and hiking are very typical in noboribetsu, rather than the spots recommended on tour maps.
I liked walking around Hells valley to enjoy the nature and bubbling geysers. The warm winter weather helped my outdoor pursuits here. The onsen water was also excellent and helped me to relax. It's not too far a drive from Sapporo which makes it convenient for a weekend trip for the family. It took about 3 hours drive to get there.
This place is high recommended for 2 things - the ryokan experience and Jigokudani. We stayed at a ryokan and experienced the onsen for our first time and oh what joy! We tried both the indoor and outdoor one (yes, in the middle of Hokkaido winter) - and loved both. Do book the ryokan with both dinner and breakfast - the food is excellent. After that, go visit the shops as you go along the way to Hell Valley. We went both during the day and later at night - both good!
I think ryokan staying is suitable for Noboribetsu to enjoy the hot springs and rejuvenating holiday be it couple or a family. Best to find out about the bus from the airport back and forth first because the train is expensive.
It is very small so one day is more than enough. Very touristic, a lot of Japanese, Korean and Chinese tourists. The trail in the mountain is nice and the outdoor onsen of "The Grand Hotel" was very pleasant.
1. Onsen water is all natural - you smell sulfur in the air. 2. Buffet dinner option has abundant supply of crab meat - great for international tourists 3. Google map might not tell you this - but there is frequent (every 10-15mins) local bus from Noboribetsu JR station to this hotel. 4. Futon are prepared by the staff in the evening - another great service for foreign tourists
The staff is very friendly and the location is perfect for catching a but up to the onsen aeea. Special noboribetsu ice-cream is served in the hostel along with other tasty drinks! The futon area is big enough to stretch out after a long day while enjoying privacy with a blanket cover from the outside. Beautiful and clean. Definitely recommend!
A small but very nice onsen hotel. Wanted to avoid the big hotels. Despite the common bath, oftentimes I find that we end up showering and enjoying the onsen without anyone else. Dinner was fantastic too, with beautiful and delicious and unpredictable food. Glad to have chosen this hotel.
Great onsen both outdoor and indoor. Good dinner, private delicious and well prepared. Japanese room with Futon is comfy. Breakfast is so good and variety.
Guest can go to use the onsen in opposite hotel. It was great. The location is great, closed to the hell valley and shopping street.
The hotel has both indoor and outdoor onsen Free shuttle bus to Noboribetsu Onsen Bus terminal Delicious breakfast
It’s gorgeous. The food is delicious. The staff is kind. The onsen is decadent. It’s wildly conveniently located.
The variety of food served at the buffet breakfast and dinner and the onsen facility.
The onsen experience was exceptional.
The onsen was fantastic
Private onsen, friendly service very informative with directions