Two Drop-in Hakone Onsen

Hi there, it’s Mr. Wada back on duty. Hakone is known for its onsen (hot spring) since there are many volcanoes like Owakudani in the area. This is one big reason we visited. There are many public onsen places and hotels as well and this time I would like to share two Hakone onsen places we visited during our stay.


Hakone Onsen Tenoyu

The first place is Tenoyu. It has both indoor and outdoor hot springs. If you prefer not such strong sulfur smell like Beppu Onsen in Kyushu, it may be good for you. I found it easy.

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13-minute walk from Miyanoshita Hakone Tozan Train Station.

555 Sokokura, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa


Weekdays Adult: 1,300 yen (900 yen after 17:00), Child: 400 yen
Weekends and Holidays Adult: 1,700 yen (1,100 yen after 18:00), Child: 400 yen
Private room (120 minutes) Weekdays: 3,400 yen/person, Weekends and Holidays: 4,000 yen/person


Business Hours

Weekdays: 11:00 – 19:00  (admission until 19:00)
Weekends and holidays: 11:00 – 20:00  (admission until 19:00)





Good Restaurant Nearby

There is a nice restaurant very close to Tenoyu where it serves Japanese yam cuisine. It may not look like your favorite but give it a shot. It’s actually good and apparently it has so much health benefit like anti-aging, preventing cancer, etc.

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I personally love the smell of sulfur, so I took a look at the map and found this place in Sengokuhara area where it is rather close to Mt. Kintoki. It has some mud at the bottom of the bathtub. I scrubbed my body with it, and turns out, my body smelled like boiled-egg after all! Not bad though. Hehe.

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Catch a Hakone Tozan bus (to Kojiri or to Togendai) at Hakone Yumoto Station, get off at Senkyoro-mae.

934 Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa


Adult: 1,000 yen, child: 500 yen (2 hours)
Adult: 1,600 yen, child: 800 yen (3 hours)


Business Hours

Weekdays: 12:00 – 19:00  (admission until 18:00)
Weekends and holidays: 10:00 – 18:00  (admission until 18:00)

Closed on Wednesdays (Wed- Fri in winter)






How do you find it? I hope you enjoy Hakone Onsen as well.

See you around!

You may be interested in these as well.
Travel by Hakone Free Pass!
Active volcanoes in Owakudani
Pirate-ship ride on Lake Ashi
Hakone Sekisho
– Beautiful Views of Mt. Fuji from Otome Toge Fujimi-Chaya
– Hike on Mt. Kintoki in Hakone

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  1. ᐃᓄᒃ says:

    I can smell the egg from here.

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