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One of the most famous onsen in Japan, Tamagawa has the most acidic water in the country. It is also the single spring with the largest flow of around 10,000 literes per minute. Nearby, a lot of volcanic activity can be observed. There are always lots of people laying on small mats on the warm ground, as the area contains a significant amount of radioactive radium which is said to have curative properties.
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One of the most famous onsen in Japan, Tamagawa has the most acidic water in the country.  It is also the single spring with the largest flow of around 10,000 literes per minute.  Nearby, a lot of volcanic activity can be observed. There are always lots of people laying on small mats on the warm ground, as the area contains a significant amount of radioactive radium which is said to have curative properties.