Onsen e Iko!

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Onsen e Iko!


  • Title: 温泉へ行こう!
  • Title (romaji): Onsen e Iko!
  • Also known as: Let's Go ONSEN (TBS) / Women of the Onsen (KIKU-TV)
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Broadcast network: TBS
  • Air time: Weekdays 13:00 to 13:30

Season 1[edit]

  • Episodes: 65
  • Broadcast period: 1999-Sep-13 to 1999-Dec-10
  • Theme song: Ai wo Sutenaide, by BEGIN


Kaoru sees her vacation at a hot-spring inn as a chance to get over her heartbreak after her fiance breaks off their engagement. But she soon finds herself caught in a position between her birth mother, the proprietor of the inn, and Kaoru's sister-in-law, whose position as the "next-in-line" at the inn was practically guaranteed. The loyalties of the employees are also tested, as the proprietor manipulates the younger women to her ends. --KIKU-TV

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Season 2[edit]

  • Episodes: 59
  • Broadcast period: 2000-Nov-27 to 2001-Feb-23
  • Theme song: Sweet Season, by SONO


It is six months after the battle between Kaoru and Yuriko over who should be the mistress of the onsen inn Kurahara. Saeko returns for a visit, only to find that things have changed drastically. When she finally finds Kaoru, who is supposed to be the mistress, she is shocked to find her working as a maid trainee. Saeko enlists the help of Yuriko, who has left the inn to help her husband, in order to reinstate Kaoru to her rightful position, and to return Kurahara to its former glory. --KIKU-TV


Season 3[edit]

  • Episodes: 54
  • Broadcast period: 2002-Jan-28 to 2002-Apr-12
  • Theme song: YASASHIIUTA, by Ikeda Ayako


Another year has gone by at the onsen inn, Kurahara. The adventures of Kaoru continue in "Women of the Onsen 3." Muto and Kaoru are ready to tie the knot, and the whole staff is behind them, but circumstances keep getting in their way. --KIKU-TV


Season 4[edit]

  • Episodes: 55 plus 2-hour SP
  • Broadcast period: 2003-Sep-01 to 2003-Nov-14 (SP 2004-Nov-10)
  • Theme song: KESERASERA, by P.I.MONSTER


Season 5[edit]

  • Episodes: 55
  • Broadcast period: 2004-Nov-29 to 2005-Feb-18
  • Theme Song: S.O.S Darling, by Freeway-High


External Links[edit]

1999-Jul to 1999-Sep Season 1 1999-Dec to 2000-Mar
Daisuki! Itsutsugo Weekdays 13:00 Shin Ten Made Todoke

2000-Sep to 2000-Nov Season 2 2001-Feb to 2001-Apr
Eien no 1/2 Weekdays 13:00 Shin Ten Made Todoke

2001-Dec to 2002-Jan Season 3 2002-Apr to 2002-June
Mama Masshigura! Weekdays 13:00 Shin Ten Made Todoke

2003-Jul to 2003-Aug Season 4 2003-Nov to 2003-Dec
Daisuki! Itsutsugo Weekdays 13:00 Ginza Manmannaka!

2004-Oct to 2004-Nov Season 5 2005-Feb to 2005-Apr
Mama wa Joi-san Weekdays 13:00 Kikaseteyo Ai no Kotoba wo