Autumn to winter is the season when Japanese people miss hot springs.
It is said that Japanese people have been familiar with hot springs about 6,000 years ago. From that time to the present day, many people have been healed by hot springs, such as warming their bodies with the effects of hot springs and recovering from physical ailments.
Many places around the source of hot springs have developed as tourist destinations. and in Japan, you can savor the old-fashioned scenery and travel atmosphere of hot spring towns along with the local attractions and specialty foods 🍲, along with many inns and inns. It is a common way to enjoy hot springs.
Atami, where the JCI campus is located, is one of the most popular hot spring resorts in Japan.
It is said that the total amount of hot spring water in Atami per day is about 24,000 tons. It has an excellent heat-retaining effect and warms the body from the core, so it can be expected to have a good effect on symptoms such as neuralgia and sensitivity to cold. It is also known for its skin-beautifying effect with its soft water.
Why don't you visit Atami, a unique Japanese hot spring in a convenient location, 45 minutes by bullet train from Tokyo?
While taking Japanese culinary courses at JCI, please experience the hot springs that heal your mind and body while taking lessons.
What is JCI?
Japan Culinary Institute (JCI) is a full-scale Japanese food school where you can learn Japanese cuisine in English.
It offers excellent opportunities to learn high-level lessons from top professional chefs.