Ryuguden Honkan Hot Spring Experience in Hakone, Kanagawa

Overview

Ryuguden Honkan is one of the 17 hot springs of Hakone, located on the shores of Lake Ashi. It's a historical Japanese-style building designated as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property, and from its hot spring baths, you can take in views of the magnificent Lake Ashi and Mt. Fuji.

Highlights

  • Soak in healing calcium sodium sulfate and chloride hot spring waters
  • Enjoy the historical Japanese-style architecture of Ryuguden Honkan, which is designated as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property
  • Take in picturesque views of both Lake Ashi and Mt. Fuji from the hot spring baths

Key Information

Important Information

• Business hours may vary, or some facilities may be closed depending on the time of year • Intoxicated people are not allowed to enter the facility • People with tattoos, tattoo stickers, body paint, skin conditions, or contagious diseases, as well as gang members cannot enter • Pets are not allowed in the facility • Please keep your own valuables safe. The facility is not responsible for any loss or damage to your valuables • Please do not put valuables or fragile items in your checked luggage. We will not be responsible for any damage, loss, etc. that may occur

Description

Designated as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property, Ryuguden Honkan is a ryokan and hot spring facility situated on the shores of Lake Ashi in Hakone. Book a one-day onsen (hot spring) experience to heal and soothe both your mind and body in its mineral-rich spring waters. Its hot spring baths all offer breathtaking views of Lake Ashi and Mt. Fuji surrounded by lush forests and mountains. Gaze out at the stunning scenery, feel the gentle breeze on your skin, and soak your stresses away in the indoor and outdoor open-air baths. Ryuguden Honkan's calcium sodium sulfate and chloride springs are also said to be able to ease neuralgia (nerve pain), muscle pain, and joint pain. For extra pampering, the luxury spa in the facility offers a varied menu of full-body aroma oil massages, shiatsu massages, or even quick courses (for a separate fee, payable on-site). In addition, guests can also enjoy authentic Japanese cuisine prepared by the chef of a luxury ryokan (also available for a separate fee, payable on-site).

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