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10th Mar '17 5:29:07 PM Pichu-kun
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** The manga had two incidents involving hot springs. One in the G/S/C arc was used by Sabrina and, later, Red. This was not due to fanservice; they were both frostbitten by Lorelei in the previous arc and needed to recover.

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** The manga had two three incidents involving hot springs. One in the G/S/C arc was used by Sabrina and, later, Red. This was not due to fanservice; they were both frostbitten by Lorelei in the previous arc and needed to recover.



** The remakes of ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' (''[=FireRed=]'' and ''[=LeafGreen=]'') feature a hot spring that heals Pokémon. This being a Pokémon game, no fanservice is involved.

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** The remakes of ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' (''[=FireRed=]'' and ''[=LeafGreen=]'') feature a hot spring that heals Pokémon. This being a Pokémon ''Pokémon'' game, no fanservice is involved.



* The original ''VideoGame/{{Harvest Moon|Original Series}}'' for SNES features a hot spring hidden in the mountains. Your character can relax there and you can even bathe with potential wives for relationship points.

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* ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'':
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The original ''VideoGame/{{Harvest Moon|Original Series}}'' Moon|1}}'' for SNES features a hot spring hidden in the mountains. Your character can relax there and you can even bathe with potential wives for relationship points. There's also a scene you can get with Eve where you accidentally come across her in the hot spring.
** ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature'' has a hot spring near one of the mines.
3rd Feb '17 1:43:58 PM MajinAkuma
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* The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime had a Hot-springs Episode during the Cinnibar Island arc, where Ash and Brock are on the boy's side and Misty - wrapped in a ModestyTowel is on the girl's side... until Togepi demolishes the wall between them by activating the secret door to Blaine's gym.

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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
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The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime had a Hot-springs Episode during the Cinnibar Island arc, where Ash and Brock are on the boy's side and Misty - wrapped in a ModestyTowel is on the girl's side... until Togepi demolishes the wall between them by activating the secret door to Blaine's gym.Gym.
** In both, the Johto Saga and the Sinnoh Saga, there were two different episodes focusing on some Swinub finding hot springs. The Sinnoh one also introduces one of Dawn's childhood friends.
** During the Lavaridge Town two-parter, Ash and his friends take a sand bath in the first episode after cleaning up the Gym's battlefield, while in the second episode, Team Rocket take a bath in some hot springs after blasting off... until they piss of three Ursaring and blast off the second time.
** The third episode of the Unova Saga is one. Right after Ash received his Oshawott, he and Iris intend to do a sand bath, only for them to later find lout that the sand will be flooded by hot geyser. The sand bath house becomes a hot springs house in the end. And Ash meets the Sunglasses Sandile that would be caught by him 61 episodes later.
1st Feb '17 1:29:29 AM hunter0413
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* [[Anime/Gintama]] has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.
** Then on Episodes 219-B and 220, Gintoki, Shinpachi and the Shinsengumi are on this trope, now with Hedoro and his family.

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* [[Anime/Gintama]] ''Anime/GinTama'' has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.
** Then on Episodes 219-B and 220, Gintoki, Shinpachi and the Shinsengumi are on this trope, now with Hedoro and his family. Hilarity ensues.
1st Feb '17 1:25:02 AM hunter0413
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* ''[[Anime/Gintama]]'' has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.

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* ''[[Anime/Gintama]]'' [[Anime/Gintama]] has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.
1st Feb '17 1:23:56 AM hunter0413
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* ''Anime/Gintama'' has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.

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* ''Anime/Gintama'' ''[[Anime/Gintama]]'' has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.
1st Feb '17 1:22:34 AM hunter0413
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* [[Manga/Gintama]] has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.

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* [[Manga/Gintama]] ''Anime/Gintama'' has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.
1st Feb '17 1:21:04 AM hunter0413
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* ''Manga/Gintama'' has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc.

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* ''Manga/Gintama'' [[Manga/Gintama]] has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc.Arc where the Yorozuya and Otae-san took on a vacation and zany misadventure about spiri... stands.
1st Feb '17 1:18:23 AM hunter0413
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* ''Manga/Gintama'' has this on episodes 131 to 134 as Stand Arc.
** Then on Episodes 219-B and 220, Gintoki, Shinpachi and the Shinsengumi are on this trope, now with Hedoro and his family.
25th Jan '17 5:33:10 PM LordDynasmon
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The cast finds a reason to spend an episode at a hot spring (''onsen'', [温泉]) -- a popular type of Japanese resort/attraction similar to [[SkinshipGrope communal bathing]].[[note]]Japanese islands are a part of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_of_Fire Pacific Ring of Fire]], more specifically, it's most active, NW section, so various volcanic-induced phenomena, including this, are fairly common there. The same goes, to a lesser degree, for the adjacent lands in the Ring - Kamchatka and Philippines[[/note]] It's the Japanese equivalent of a European spa town. Naturally this provides an excusable opportunity for FanService if a show is so inclined, although some shows aimed at younger kids will use [[ModestyTowel toweled characters]]. Some series that aren't geared towards younger viewers will broadcast with towels (and/or CensorSteam), but remove them from the [=DVD=] version as an incentive to buy the [=DVDs=].

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The cast finds a reason to spend an episode at a hot spring (''onsen'', [温泉]) -- a popular type of Japanese resort/attraction similar to [[SkinshipGrope communal bathing]].[[note]]Japanese islands are a part of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_of_Fire Pacific Ring of Fire]], more specifically, it's its most active, NW section, so various volcanic-induced phenomena, including this, are fairly common there. The same goes, to a lesser degree, for the adjacent lands in the Ring - Kamchatka and Philippines[[/note]] It's the Japanese equivalent of a European spa town. Naturally this provides an excusable opportunity for FanService if a show is so inclined, although some shows aimed at younger kids will use [[ModestyTowel toweled characters]]. Some series that aren't geared towards younger viewers will broadcast with towels (and/or CensorSteam), but remove them from the [=DVD=] version as an incentive to buy the [=DVDs=].
10th Jan '17 11:13:07 AM Wildstar93
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* ''Anime/GingaDensetsuWeed'': Tesshin and his pack lead Weed and the soldiers to hot springs to recover from their wounds and enjoy themselves. While there, Jerome (who went missing the episode before) appears there with a casual "Yo", and Tesshin gives Weed a [[HeartwarmingMoments moving speech Gin told him to give to him]].

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* ''Anime/GingaDensetsuWeed'': Tesshin and his pack lead Weed and the soldiers to hot springs to recover from their wounds and enjoy themselves. While there, Jerome (who went missing the episode before) appears there with is revealed to be recovering from a casual "Yo", bullet wound, and Tesshin gives Weed a [[HeartwarmingMoments moving speech Gin told him to give to him]].him]]. It's also where Weed learns to perfect the Zetzu Tenrou Battouga and uses it on a group of wild boars attacking the dogs.
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