Yunokawa Onsen (Hokkaido)
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This onsen is considered by Japanese to be one of the three major hot springs in Hokkaidō. Its origins are said to date back to 1653 when a lord of the Matsumae clan was healed of an incurable illness by bathing in its waters.
It contains various minerals including chloride and sulphur.
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