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Ibusuki Hot Springs

Listed under Hot Springs in Kyushu, Japan.

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At the southern tip of the Satsuma Peninsula, Ibusuki is southern Kyushu's most famous hot-spring resort and is home to 30,000 residents. With a pleasant average temperature of 65°F (18°C), it's a region of lush vegetation, flowers, and palm trees. It also boasts Japan's best natural hot-sand bath and a good public beach

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