Yama No Chaya, Hakone, Japan

Yama No Chaya, Hakone, Japan

Tonosawa hot springs, discovered in the 7th century, is one of the famous hot springs of Hakone. “Yamanochaya” (Mountain Tea House) Inn can be found by the bridge that crosses over the Hayakawa River, adjacent the hot springs.

Yama No Chaya, Hakone, Japan


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Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

Yama No Chaya, Hakone, Japan is a Top Hotel

Set on a wooded hillside overlooking the Hayakawa River, this upmarket hot springs inn is between Lake Ashi and Mount Hakone. Elegant, understated rooms, some with tatami floors and futons, offer flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Some add floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies with forest and mountain views. Others feature open-air deep soaking tubs filled with hot spring water. Breakfast and dinner, served in-room, are included in the tariff. There's also a bathhouse with natural hot spring water, featuring indoor and outdoor pools.

A stay in a Japanese Ryokan (Inn) is one of the countries finest experiences. Relax in your elegant room surrounded by the richness and tranquility of nature. Enjoy the healing effects of the Inn's open-air baths. Dine on beautifully presented food which features seasonal ingredients. 

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