Hakone Yuryo
Onsen Resorts • Spas
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Hakone Yuryo is a traditionally-styled countryside hot spring resort.These large hot springs can be visited in a day trip and offer quality time, blessed by the rustic charm of Hakone Yumoto.Let go the stresses of daily life and soothe your body and soul.Hakone Yuryo awaits your visit with welcoming hospitality.
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Ari K
Whitefish Bay, WI2 contributions
Nov 2022
We had a wonderful time at Hakone Yuryo! When we arrived, we told them we would like to quickly grab something to eat understanding it would count against our room time, but they were incredibly accommodating and agreed to move our reservation slightly later so we could eat lunch at their restaurant. The food at their restaurant was wonderful!

We reserved a private room (Type 2) for two hours. They provided each of us with a kimono to wear, gave us the key to our room, and directed us to it. Once you are in the room, there are multiple pairs of the traditional wooden slip-on shoes. The room at a table, sink, mirror, fridge, and some seats. On the other side of the room was a clear sliding door which opened to the outside.

On the other side of the door was the large stone bath. There was also a small area to wash your body and your hair before entering the bath. The walls on either side of the bath protrude out far so there is no risk of people in other rooms viewing or interacting with you. While it is open on one side, it looks out on a forested area not conducive for people to walk around in (i.e., it's very private).

My wife has a tattoo on her back, so it was not showing when we went to the front desk to check in. If you go with a private room, you do not change clothes/undress before being in your private room, so it does not matter if you have a tattoo (despite them saying they will not allow people to visit with tattoos). Obviously be sure to cover it when checking in and if they ask/you decide to put on the kimono and leave the room during your session back into the public area.

We went with another couple who also rented a private Type 2 room. They also had a wonderful experience.

We would highly recommend this to anyone going to the greater Tokyo/Kanto area and/or looking for a private Onsen experience!
Written 18 December 2022
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ShabbirMerchant
Bangalore114 contributions
Dec 2022
An Onsen experience is a must do if you are visiting Japan. We were mesmerised by our experience at Hakone Yuryo in a private room. We had a Type 2 room, which offered us a wonderful view of the woods when you are in the Onsen water (with the required privacy). Hakone Yuryo is easily accessible from Tokyo in a day trip, the 2 hours alloted are sufficient for a relaxing onsen experience. We visited when the weather was a tad chilly (about 9 - 10 degrees C), which made the Onsen spring waters even more welcoming.

Suggestions : Take a Type 2 or Type 3 private room - they are spacious and have a wonderful view of the woods. Visit when there is daylight, so that you get a view of the woods / birds chirping.
Written 5 December 2022
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YMcGee
7 contributions
Nov 2022
I booked a private room for 2 hours. It was perfect. The receptoin could handle me with my bad Japanese and the spoke English quite well. I took a type 2 room (#5) which had an open view on the forrest and the train tracks.
As it was a weekday and early in the morning (10-12) it was quite peaceful and quiet. I can't say how a holiday or weekend would look like.

There is a bus shuttle directly at the exit of Hakone-Yumoto Station, which runs every 15 minutes or so. I would not recommend to walk the distance, because the street is quite steep and narrow and quite dangerous with ongoing traffic going by.
Written 23 November 2022
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GIT
Melbourne, Australia461 contributions
Nov 2022 • Couples
We took the Hakone day pass and made the rounds as suggested by Japan travel.com. We ended our day tour at around 5pm and decided to give Yuryo a try before heading back to Shinjuku. We spent about an hr here and was very relaxing. This is one of the bigger onsens here and they try to accommodate the crowds that frock here after a day of tireless travel around Hakone. The water is good and its well worth it. We even finished with dinner here. This place is highly recommended for day trippers before heading back to Tokyo.
Written 1 November 2022
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YY Y
Sydney, Australia55 contributions
Sep 2019
The experience was quite out of expectation.

It was September when we were at Japan for our holiday. Because the weather was still quite warm, we didn't expect we might enjoy the spa. We still booked one since we did want to try the onsen in Japan.

At the time I stepped into the host spring, I realized that how worth it is to have an onsen even in summer. We totally enjoyed it so much.

Only one thing is that it would be good if they can provide a bottle of water in the room.

Tips:

1, book one private room. My wife and I booked a room Type 2 (for 4 persons). We feel that it's the right size even for 2-person.

2, bring a bottle of water with you. There are complimentary snacks in the private room, but no water.
Written 26 July 2020
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milo808
Island of Hawaii, Hawaii28 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
My bf and I just rented a private hot bath here. It's so nice and peaceful. We had our own room with the hot bath,towels,shampoo and conditioner,brush,hair ties and lotion. And there was a mini refrigerator in the room too.
It was perfect!
Bring water and snacks. Otherwise you can order food from there.
Written 5 March 2020
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Louise C
Ettalong Beach, Australia117 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
I discovered Onsen when I visited Japan 5 yrs ago and fell in love then. When I knew I was returning it was on the list to do again .

This place is lovely - I didn't allow long enough - you need 2 hrs or more if you want to eat as I did.

Don't be put off by having to be naked. Nobody looks and it is part of the pleasure.

There is both indoor and outdoor areas. The staff are very helpful and speak good English. They even charged my phone.

So, be brave. Take the plunge (but slowly). You won't regret it!
Written 22 February 2020
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Jasmin A
Adelaide, Australia74 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
We booked a private bath for 1 hour, followed by a 1 hour massage. Both were so relaxing and exactly what we needed after days of travelling and so much walking. There's a free shuttle bus from Hakone yumoto Station, so getting there is easy!
Written 1 February 2020
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Trip25687
London, UK25 contributions
Jan 2020 • Solo
I visited out of season and was lucky enough to almost have the public baths to myself. There are a series of 7 or so hot baths to use as well as a sauna. The setting is breathtaking - it’s on the side of a mountain in a forest with views of trees and mountains and the sound of the river below. It was a cold, sunny day which made the experience even more special. The best 1500 yen spent of my trip!
Written 1 February 2020
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Lorenzo L
Peschici, Italy28 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
We booked the biggest private room with private bath of the onsen. The service was amazing, we had everything we needed and more: yukata, towels, hairdryer, body lotion, shampoo, conditioner, body cream, a small portable comb, sweets etc.
We had an openair bathtub with a view into the maple tree forest.
Written 22 December 2019
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