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Ehime Dogo Onsen | One of Japan's Oldest and Most Famous Hot Springs

Dogo Onsen is one of the Japan's oldest and most famous hot springs, located to the east of central Matsuyama. The area is popular with tourists for its beautiful bath house and many ryokan. Dogo Onsen has also been a frequent destination for Japan's most prestigious guests, the imperial family.

Ehime Dogo Onsen | One of Japan's Oldest and Most Famous Hot Springs

Inspiration for Miyazaki's popular animated film Spirited Away

Inspiration for Miyazaki's popular animated film Spirited Away

The main attraction in Dogo Onsen is the Dogo Onsen Honkan, a Meiji Period wooden public bathhouse, dating from 1894. The interior of the building is a maze of stairways, passages and rooms, all of which bustle with bathers and staff. It is said to have served as inspiration for Miyazaki's popular animated film "Spirited Away".

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