Weird name for an onsen, isn’t it? Actually no, I guess onsen means just that, a hot spring. Japanese may be a bit colourful with their language, drama queens they are not. I didn’t even bother to look if the Yuki Kitsune City Park, of which the Botanical Garden and hot spring are parts of, is owned by a Japanese person or group. It doesn’t matter since the hot spring at Yuki Kitsune isn’t a very traditional one. But very hot and steamy it is indeed. 🙂
Conclusion: The hot spring @ Yuki Kitsune City park was probably the strangest of all the onsen’s I’ve tested so far. They don’t even use the term onsen in the land description but they have one of the traditional curtains at the entrance, which then otoh doesn’t separate between male and female visitors. There is no dressing room and no showers. Just toss everything off and jump right into the hot water. But Yuki Kitsune isn’t part of a whorehouse or free sex sim neither. So this maybe comes close to a European style hot spring, where we don’t have much in the sense of traditions and gender stuff neither. Come as you are and soak.