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    Starting from March, I’ll be on a couple different trips, visiting places I’ve always dreamt of going. Hopefully these trips can be a clue to that bigger goal.
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Higashiyama Onsen (東山温泉), established over 1,300 years ago, is a hot spring resort in a valley just east of the downtown area of Aizu Wakamatsu in Fukushima Prefecture. It is said to have been founded by the Buddhist priest Gyōki and is recognized as a historical onsen village with sodium-sulphate hot springs. Today, it is listed among the top three onsen towns of old Tohoku.
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One of the guesthouses, Mukaitaki, with history dating back to the Edo Period, is registered as a tangible cultural property. It has massive appeal with its natural flowing hot spring, high cultural value, and 24 guestrooms each built differently. The view of the lit-up building at night is the representative landscape of he historical Higashiyama Onsen. The snow candles that color the courtyard are an especially famous sight in the winter.
📸: @mukaitaki
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    ❄️❄️❄️
    Higashiyama Onsen (東山温泉), established over 1,300 years ago, is a hot spring resort in a valley just east of the downtown area of Aizu Wakamatsu in Fukushima Prefecture. It is said to have been founded by the Buddhist priest Gyōki and is recognized as a historical onsen village with sodium-sulphate hot springs. Today, it is listed among the top three onsen towns of old Tohoku.
    🕯🕯🕯
    One of the guesthouses, Mukaitaki, with history dating back to the Edo Period, is registered as a tangible cultural property. It has massive appeal with its natural flowing hot spring, high cultural value, and 24 guestrooms each built differently. The view of the lit-up building at night is the representative landscape of he historical Higashiyama Onsen. The snow candles that color the courtyard are an especially famous sight in the winter.
    📸: @mukaitaki
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