| Kusatsu Onsen in Gunma Prefecture, Japan has 13 public baths that are free for both locals and tourists. They are managed by the townspeople and are one of Japan's most well-known hot springs resorts that dates back to the Edo period (1603-1867).The waters of the onsen are believed to have healing powers to those who suffer from arthritis, diabetes, fatigue, and high blood pressure. Kusatsu Onsen holds the record for having the biggest volume of hot spring water in Japan.
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| The Blue Lagoon in Iceland is a man-made body of water that is open year-round. Pre-booking is required. The average temperature at Blue Lagoon is 102 degrees all year. The seawater includes many minerals that are amazing for skincare and psoriasis treatment. The Blue Lagoon is fully accessible and there are many spa packages to choose from. This hot springs is one of the most-visited attractions in Iceland and is open to guests over the age of 2 years old.
Here are some general guidelines to follow on your next visit to a hot springs:
•Don't splash around
•Don't jump in
•Shower before using
•Check the recommendation on how long you should stay in the water
•Drink water to stay hydrated
•Utilize the lockers that are provided for your personal belongings
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