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There is something special about seating in an outdoor hot spring in a cold winter day, in a beautiful location. And it is only an hour ride on a train from Tokyo.
The Tenzan Onsen is small collection of hot spring pools, located outdoors in...More
I have to be honest these are the only Onsen I tried in Hakone but they were excellent. Not too much crowded and always space for everyone. Different pools in the rock with different temperatures. Open air space with incredible atmosphere. Must try.
I visited here last year and had a lovely time in the baths. Beautiful facilities BUT
This year I wanted to stay the night. I know they have rooms because they advertise it on their website. I had 2 Japanese friends attempt to book a...More
Its places like this that gives Japan and Japanese a bad name. We reached there with my 13 year old daughter who could not enter the Onsen for health reason. Asked the counter lady on whether there is a restaurant or cozy place where my...More
I came here after I've been travelling for several weeks. My back was hurting, and so were my feet from all the walking I've been doing. It was raining on and off, but I figured with the hot water it wouldn't matter much. I knew...More
A beautiful and relaxing outdoors onsen. Even with a lot of people there on a Monday, it didn’t feel crowded. Entrance for day use was Y1300 and towel rental was Y200. Restaurant has outdoor seats that overlook Sukumo river. Definitely worth the day trip from...More
Went here during our day trip to Hakone. After arriving via bullet train, we took the public bus/shuttle to Tenzan, which has a stop conveniently located at the top of the property. This place is beautiful and is a great place to zone out and...More
Do not go here. I went and had a terrible time. Was treated badly by the staff and after a bought my ticket, i had to by a little towel i did not need. I did not want to, but they would not let me...More
My husband and I both have tattoos. Myself got a big one while his are small. But we were allow to get into this Onsen, we couldn't find anything else in the area.
It was very confusing at first because we don't speak Japanese*luckily I...More
A very nice experience. They allow tatoos, have beer in the vending machines, and several board games for the tatami afterwards. Read up on your onsen etiquette and don’t over-think it. You will be rewarded with a very serene and peaceful experience. My ten year...More
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Admission covers entrance, including the use the showers and the hot spring baths - there are bars of soap and shampoo plus conditioner as well as hairdryers but no Q-tips, lotion or anything like that. You can also use the... More
Admission covers entrance, including the use the showers and the hot spring baths - there are bars of soap and shampoo plus conditioner as well as hairdryers but no Q-tips, lotion or anything like that. You can also use the relaxation areas to sit/lie down. I don't think there's a time limit. There are a couple of restaurants there but you got to pay for food separately. As far as I know, you don't need a reservation to go in - just buy a ticket using the machines outside. You can also use Ikkyu adjacent to Tenzan (1300 yen) if you pay just 100 yen more - it was much quieter than Tenzan when I went but closed on Thursdays.