Karuizawa Hoshino Area : Apple bath will be held at “Hoshino Onsen Dragonfly Hot Spring” with free-flowing hot-spring water.


Hoshino Onsen Dragonfly Hot Spring will hold an autumn seasonal hot spring “Apple Hot Spring” from October 13, 2023. During this period, a total of 400 apples will float in both men’s and women’s indoor baths, filling the bathtubs.

Aroma of apples spreading throughout the indoor bath

Apples float throughout the bathtub in the cypress-scented indoor bath. The fresh and sweet aroma of apples spreads throughout the bath. During this season, visitors can enjoy bathing in an open atmosphere with a view of the autumn leaves through the large windows.

Period: October 13-15 and November 12-14, 2023
Hours.: 10:00~22:00(21:15 Last Reception)
Charge: Adults 1,350 yen, children 800 yen (including bath tax and consumption tax)

>Hoshino Onsen Dragonfly Hot Spring official website



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