Tattoo-Friendly Onsen Walking Tour in Togura Nagano

Tattoo-Friendly Onsen Walking Tour in Togura Nagano


If you have tattoos, this is the right Onsen tour for you. No matter if it is a big or not, this local Onsen welcome people who has tattoo. Anyone with or without tattoos can enjoy this tour.

This local Onsen is very retro and a littile bit old. So please do not expect facilities, such as sauna, jacuzzi and spa. However, this hot spring water flows directly from the source. The temperature is about 40℃ and mild, so you can keep soaking in this Onsen for long time.

In the long history of Onsen in Japan, there are manners and etiquette that people follow to try not to cause any troubles for other Onsen users. So your guide will let you know some rules before you have Onsen.

During the tour, we visit very interesting 400 years old Sake factory to look around and you also see traditional thatched-roof japanese house. For your lunch or dinner, you can choose a meal from a variety of Japanese set meal, such as pork cutlet on rice, Japanese curry, fried chiken with rice or Ramen.

Trip Itinerary

Togura station
Meet up with your guide at Togura station. It is just 30 min away from Nagano station by local train.

10:55 meeting / 10:25 local train from Nagano station will arrive at Togura station at 10:52
15:35 meeting / 15:05 local train from Nagano station will arrive at Togura station at 15:31
**Cost of one way ticket is 460yen**
Arrive at old Sake factory
Before heading to Onsen, we will visit 400 years old Sake factory to look around
Visit Onsen
This place is very retro and local Onsen. You can experience how local people have Onsen here and how important to have this culture in their daily life.
Arrive at restaurant
We visit restaurant and here you can choose one from various Japanese set meal.
Tour Concludes
Tour concludes at Togura station
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Tattoo-Friendly Onsen Walking Tour in Togura Nagano
  • Onsen Walking Tour
  • Includes: Lunch or Dinner, Towels, shampoo, body wash and admission free to visit old sake factory
  • duration: 2 hours
  • Group: From 1 to 8 pp

¥12,500per adult

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  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Minimum: 1 people per tour
  • Maximum: 8 people per tour
  • Price: 12,500 JPY (incl. tax) per adult
  • Includes: Lunch or Dinner, Towels, shampoo and body wash
  • Excludes: Extra drinks and food (available to purchase), Bullet train tickets and other transportation fees from Nagano station.
  • Meeting location: TOGURA station
Professional Guide

Local expert, personable English-speaking guides

Walking tour

This is an easy going walking tour. You can come just as you are


You can have pure natural hotspring in the retro bathtub.


Take the photo of spots around Zenko-ji temple

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