HOT SPRINGS

One of the best parts about travel in Japan is bathing in hot springs, or "onsen."
The Yumoto Fujiya Hotel is located in Hakone-Yumoto, the entrance to the Hakone onsen district, which is the most popular onsen district near Tokyo.
Relax in our large communal bath or our open-air bath and experience the wonders of hot spring as you create memories of your trip to Japan.
We also offer private family baths to allow you to enjoy a relaxing bath in the hot springs.

Charges

Day guests
Adults ¥1,800 / Ages 12 - 18 ¥1,800 / Ages 6 - 11 ¥1,000 / Ages 3 - 5 ¥500
Additional room charges for family bath (for 45 minutes)
Big (4 - 5 persons) ¥2,000 / Small (2 - 3 persons) ¥1,000
*These prices include bath towel and face towel charges, service charges, and tax.

Hours(For overnight guests)

Main communal bath and outdoor bath
5:00 am - 10:00 am,12:00 pm - 1:00 am
Sauna
6:00 am - 10:00 am,12:00 pm - 1:00 am
Family bath(four available)
8:00 am - 10:00 am,12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Hours(For day guests)

Main communal bath and outdoor bath
12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sauna
12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Family bath(four available)
12:00 pm - 8:00 pm (reception closes)

Amenities

Men's bath
shampoo, conditioner, body soap, hair tonic, shaving lotion, razors, combs
Women's bath
shampoo, conditioner, body soap, shower caps, brushes, cotton buds, simple cosmetics
Dressing rooms
drinking water
Items for bathing children
Chairs with backs, chairs with seats, shampoo caps
*These are available in the women's communal bath.
*Guests wishing to rent them in a private family bath should inquire at the bathing area reception.
*We only have limited numbers, so may not be able to meet your request.

Effects

Public Hot Spring Spa (SOHUN)

Immerse yourself in a relaxing space in this natural hot spring, with its bountiful water flow.

Neuralgia, muscle pain, joint pain, stiff shoulders, bruises, etc.
Do not use if you suffer from the following:
Acute disease, active tuberculosis, severe heart trouble, respiratory failure, bleeding disorders, high anemia, pregnancy (initial months and final months)

Precautions for using the large communal bath and the open-air bath

  1. Remove your underwear before entering the bathing room.
  2. Wash yourself thoroughly before entering the bathtub. (Sit down to use the shower, and please do not waste hot water.)
  3. Do not put your face towel in the bathtub.
  4. Do not run or swim in the bathroom.
  5. Photography and videotaping are prohibited. Do not do laundry.
  6. Dry yourself off before entering the dressing room.
*Avoid bathing immediately before or after meals. Bathing while intoxicated is very risky.
*Persons with tattoos are asked to refrain from using the public bathing facilities.