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Hotsprings 2016/10/5 01:49
Hi,
Can anyone drill for a hotspring?
Obviously you would have to have the money to drill I believe about a kilometre down.
by Yahatacookie 1  

Re: Hotsprings 2016/10/5 11:05
You'd need to have the rights to use that land (either owner or lessee status), and mining/hot spring rights, and each municipality has its own process for application for drilling.
by AK rate this post as useful

Re: Hotsprings 2016/10/7 23:39
Where?
In Japan or Out of Japan?

If in Japan now 10 to 100 million Yen/1000m deep
depends on geological layer hard or not and contractor.
http://www.anthillresources.com/i/photos/PhotoGallery/2012_Einarson%20...

Some river,under water fall near hot spring no need drill.
http://kiriake-riverside.com/photo/data/image/64.jpg
http://kiriake-riverside.com/photo/data/upfile/1-1.jpg
A shovel standing behind his back.

Wild(No management) hot spring hunter pics :
https://www.google.co.jp/search?q=%E5%88%87%E6%98%8E%E6%B8%A9%E6%B3%89...
by MGM (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Hotsprings 2016/10/8 00:44
thx, MGM
especially those hotspring hunter link was great!
i am glad to see that also in japan there are some wild nature hot-sprint otaku. :-)

thanks to your link i found a cool blog:
http://shimopake.blog63.fc2.com
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Re: Hotsprings 2016/10/8 04:56
@ Glimpigumpi

Need Japanese beauty Onsen otaku? :)
https://www.google.co.jp/search?q=site:http://www.food-travel.jp+%E9%8...
She went to a lot of various locations also not only wild hot springs.

If need more pics and reports use below words for searching.
–μ“’ : no-yu/wild hot spring
”ι“’ : hi-tou/secret(rare) hot spring
(include wild and managed deep forest/mountain small ones both)
ŠλŒ― : ki-ken/danger,dangerous

Basically –μ“’ is seasonal by access inconvenient by road conditions mostly
and no managed hot water temp sometimes pretty hot without colder water for cooling down.
Esepecially deep forest/mountain ones sometimes met/find dangerous wild animals/insects.
(hungry bear ŒF,poison snake ƒ}ƒ€ƒV,poison bee/Vespinae ƒXƒYƒƒoƒ` and more/not so many species)
Also out of radio/phone wave range "dead zone/area" need enough survival skills.
Onsen Gas also very dangerous especially "—°‰»…‘f/hydrogen sulfide" if over "400 ppm" you will die within one hour.
This is "Caution" plate sample with EN/CN for climbers.
http://file.liberty.or-hell.com/053-2.jpg
No management area no such kindly warning signs.
I believe what you don't copy him.
http://yutty.jp/archives/gas-mask-ohara/2/
http://mckoy.cocolog-nifty.com/hansei/images/zenjinmitou.jpg
by MGM (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Hotsprings 2016/10/13 00:07
Big thank you MGM!!!
Those are most interesting links and infos (onsen beauty is of course great too and has very interesting locations in her blog! :-)

Well, yeah, i am also a little bit afraid of ƒXƒYƒƒoƒ`, hope they will never get me, especially when i walk around in Tohoku woods and mountains area next summer... Also i saw in many of those blogs, people really wear good equipment for walking through the jungle, things which i probably not have one me...

The gas mask onsen person is really fun. ^_^
I would like to see the faces of the policeman at the airport customs office, if they find out i would have such a gasmask in my luggage and if they then ask me, what i need it for and i answer: "Onsen". Would be for sure fun!
So no, i dont indent to do it...

So thank you again MGM!
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