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Hakone Yuryo

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Hakone Yuryo

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4 Tonosawa, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun 250-0315 Kanagawa Prefecture
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Mt Fuji, Hakone, Lake Ashi Cruise and Bullet Train Day Trip from Tokyo
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Mt Fuji, Hakone, Lake Ashi Cruise and Bullet Train Day Trip from Tokyo

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Navigating Japan’s public transport system can often be a daunting task. Let a guide do the work for you on this tour of Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashi by coach and bullet train, which saves you hours in travel time. Ascend to the Mt. Fuji’s 5th Station; ride on the Komagatake Ropeway, one of Japan’s highest aerial tramways; and take a cruise on Lake Ashi, part of Hakone National Park. 
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YY Y wrote a review Jul 2020
Sydney, Australia56 contributions11 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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milo808 wrote a review Mar 2020
Island of Hawaii, Hawaii28 contributions3 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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lnsbln wrote a review Mar 2020
Kyoto, Japan4 contributions2 helpful votes
As I understand and respect that tattoos might offend other visitors or make them feel uncomfortable, we were willing to pay significant extra bucks on a private onsen. On the phone already, we were asked if we have any tattoos. I asked „would that a problem in a private onsen?“ The answer was „yes, you cannot have a tattoo in our private onsen. We do not want you here.“ Being ready to pay extra just to not make people uncomfortable, I would expect an onsen proprietor to respect the privacy of the private onsen. Certainly no recommendation for anyone holding liberal 20th or 21st century beliefs.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Louise C wrote a review Feb 2020
Ettalong Beach, Australia99 contributions15 helpful votes
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!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jasmin A wrote a review Jan 2020
Adelaide, Australia74 contributions14 helpful votes
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!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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