Guinean Onsen (hot springs) in the Snow


In Japan winter season means loads of snow in the northern area of the main islands (Hokkaido). I found these beautiful photographs this morning and I thought they were absolutely magical. Click on this link if you want to see popular Onsen that offer snow scenery. Keep reading to find out more.

Ginzan Onsen is an achingly photogenic hot spring town in the Yamagata region of Northern Japan. Literally meaning ‘silver mountain,’ the location became famous for its old-Japan look and feel after it was used for the site of the period drama Oshin. Japanese photographer Yossy, who is based in neighboring Miyagi Prefecture, happened to visit Ginzan as it was snowing last week and captured some pretty magical photos.



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