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Rooms with Japanese-style open-air hot bath in Japan

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Rooms with Japanese-style open-air hot bath in Japan

Suizantei Club Jozankei
Suizantei Club Jozankei
Jozankei, Sapporo
This hotel only has 14 guestrooms, providing guests with the privacy that they are looking for. The inn makes every effort to ensure a relaxing, adult experience.
How to get there?
From New Chitose Airport: Take the JR Hakodate Honsen Line to Sapporo Station. Next, take a bus towards Jozankei Onsen and get off at the Daiichi Hotel-mae bus stop. It is about 1 min from by taxi there.

Free "Yukemuri" shuttle bus to the hotel from Sapporo available.
**Requires prior reservation. Reservations may not be available if all seats are booked.
Departure location/time to hotel: In front of the Showa Building (Exit 1 of Odori Subway Station) at 14:30
Departure location address: Showa Building, Odori Nishi 5 chome, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Return trip: Departs from hotel at 10:00

If traveling from Sapporo using a route bus, please check the following page. (English)
Takamiya Hotel Rurikura Resort
Takamiya Hotel Rurikura Resort
Zao, Yamagata
This is a new type of resort hotel in Zao, fully equipped with tennis courts, hot springs, and a heated pool open during summer. Guests are sure to have a comfortable and relaxing stay.
How to get there?
From Yamagata Station (JR Yamagata Shinkansen), East Exit: Take a Yamagata Kotsu Bus bound for Zao Onsen and get off at the Zao Onsen Bus Terminal (about 40 min). It is about 5 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Yamagata Expressway at Yamagata-Zao IC and continue along National Route 13 for about 30 km (about 30 min), then Prefectural Route 21 for about 10 km (about 15 min).
Yusen Shidate
Yusen Shidate
Hanamaki, Hanamaki
This resort hotel is located on the banks of the Toyosawa River and features private open-air baths (constantly drawing natural hot spring water directly from the hot spring source) in all rooms. There are also a number of men's and women's open-air garden baths and foot spas that offer landscape views of the surrounding area.
How to get there?
From Hanamaki Station (JR Tohoku Line): Take the Iwate Prefecture Kotsu Yuguchi route bus bound for Shin-Namari Onsen / Shidotaira Onsen and get off at Shidotaira Onsen Bus Stop (about 23 minutes). About 2 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tohoku Expressway at Hanamaki-minami IC and continue along Prefectural Route 12 (Hanamaki Omagari Line) for about 13 minutes (9 km).
Hotel - Fuji Fugaku Gunjo
Hotel - Fuji Fugaku Gunjo
Izu, Izu
This quiet, relaxing hotel boasts eight luxury guestrooms each over 130 square meters. Guests can enjoy a magnificent view of an ever-changing Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay from their room.
How to get there?
From Mishima Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Izuhakone Railway bound for Shuzenji and get off at Shuzenji Station (25 minutes). Then take a Tokai Bus bound for Dogajima/Matsuzaki and get off at the Okubo bus stop (about 45 minutes). It is about 5 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Tomei Expressway at Numazu IC and continue along Route 1, then Route 136 for about 90 minutes. Head towards Daishu-in Temple.
LiVEMAX Resort Kyotango Sea Front
LiVEMAX Resort Kyotango Sea Front
Kyotango, Kyotango
Situated on an ideal location with a view of the sea spreading out before your eyes. Rooms are furnished with quality Simmons beds so guests can enjoy a comfortable sleep. This ryokan boasts of a spacious hot spring bath where guests can relax and feel refreshed in body and mind. Look forward to a calming, rejuvenating stay.
How to get there?
From JR Kyoto Station: Take the Hashidate Limited Express train and alight at Amino Station (about 155 min; the station is on Kyoto Tango Railway). It is about 10 min by car from there.
Yumenoi-an Yuyake-koyake
Yumenoi-an Yuyake-koyake
Himeji, Himeji
This hotel is designed to merge seamlessly with its beautifully simple rural surroundings. Bask in the subtle scents of the seasons and soothe both body and spirit.
How to get there?
From Himeji Station (JR Sanyo Line) North Exit: About 30 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chugoku Expressway at Fukusaki IC and continue along Prefectural Route 23 for about 15 minutes (8 km).
Sekikawa, Murakami
This peaceful ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) is surrounded by nature. The detached guestrooms each have their own open-air bath. Guests can also enjoy traditional, elegant Japanese kaiseki dishes made from seasonal organic ingredients.
How to get there?
From Niigata Station (JR Jo-etsu Shinkansen): Take the JR Uetsu Line to Sakamachi Station (about 40 minutes). Then take a JR Yonesaka Line train bound for Yonezawa and get off at Echigo-Shimoseki Station (about 12 minutes). About 15 minutes by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Nihonkai-Tohoku Expressway at Arakawa-Tainai IC and continue along Route 113 for about 25 km. Head towards Takanosu Campsite.
Onoe Onsen Ryokan Beniayu
Onoe Onsen Ryokan Beniayu
Nagahama, Nagahama
Located right in front of Lake Biwako, Ryokan Beniayu offers Japanese-style accommodations with a private open-air hot-spring bath and a massage chair. Guests can also enjoy the public indoor/outdoor hot-spring baths and relax with a massage. A free shuttle is available from JR Takatsuki Train Station, which is a 15-minute drive away. Guests who wish to use the shuttle must make a reservation upon booking.

The air-conditioned rooms feature Yukata robes, tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon bedding. Each includes a flat-screen TV, a fridge and an electric kettle. Comes with an en suite bathroom and guests can borrow an iPad at the front desk.

Guests can purchase gifts at the souvenir shop and enjoy singing at the karaoke room. Luggage storage is available and free wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi) is provided at the lobby area and in all guestrooms.

A traditional multi-course meal is served for dinner. A Japanese set menu is served for breakfast at the dining room.

Beniayu Ryokan is a 30-minute drive from Nagahama Castle Historic Museum and a 25-minute drive from Shakudo-ji Temple. Hikone Castle is a 50-minute drive away.

The large communal baths are available 6:00 - 9:30 and 14:00 - 12:00 (midnight).
For guests who booked a no-meal plan but would like breakfast, please notify the hotel to reserve at a day in advance.
How to get there?
From Takatsuki Station (JR Hokuriku Main Line), West Exit: About 10 min by taxi.

Free shuttle service
JR Takatsuki Station == Hotel
**Prior shuttle reservation required.
Departure from station to hotel: 14:30, 15:30, 16:30, 17:30
Departure from hotel to station: 9:00, 10:00, 11:00
La Vista Fuji-Kawaguchiko (Kyoritsu Resort)
La Vista Fuji-Kawaguchiko (Kyoritsu Resort)
Fujikawaguchiko, Fujikawaguchiko
Gaze with wonder at the spectacular view of the glittering Lake Kawaguchi and the towering Mt. Fuji. The view from the guestroom is a stunning Japanese garden created with the surrounding natural scenery. Having a relaxing soak in a hot bath while enjoying an iconic Japanese landscape is a great way to spend time, a moment you can only experience at La Vista Fuji-Kawaguchiko.

La Vista Fuji-Kawaguchiko Recommended Features:
(1) Free access to the 4 private baths (if open).
(2) Free yonaki ramen from 22:30 to 23:30 only.

*Free Shuttle
There is a free shuttle going from Kawaguchiko Station (Fujikyuko Kawaguchiko Line) to the hotel (reservation required).
Tel: 0555-76-5220

Kawaguchiko Station Departures
14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:00, 18:00

Excluding Economy Suites, all guestrooms at this lodging feature a view of Mt. Fuji.
*Depending on the weather Mt. Fuji may not be visible. Thank you for your understanding.

About Meals
Locally procured flavors from each season will be served in a variety of cuisine.

For dinner, enjoy an authentic Western-style full course meal (total of 8 dishes).
Dinner Hours: 17:20 - 22:00 (last entry at 20:00)
*Hours may change depending on the season. Times will be assigned at check-in on a first come, first served basis.

Breakfast will be a full buffet prepared with an abundance of local vegetables and fruits. Enjoy as much Japanese and Western cuisine as you like.
Breakfast Hours: 7:00 - 9:30 (last entry at 9:00)
*Hours may change depending on the season.
How to get there?
From Otsuki Station (JR Chuo Line): Take the Fujikyu Railway Otsuki Line to Kawaguchiko Station (about 60 min). It is about 15 min by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Higashi-Fujigoko Road at the Fujiyoshida IC and continue along Prefectural Route 707 for about 5 km (about 13 min), then Prefectural Route 21 for about 1 km (about 3 min). Turn right at the Hirose intersection, and a signpost can be seen on the left after 300 m.
Toki no Yado Setsugetsuka (Kyoritsu Resort)
Toki no Yado Setsugetsuka (Kyoritsu Resort)
Hakone, Hakone
This ryokan is located directly in front of Gora Station, overlooking the Hakone mountain range. All of its guestrooms are fully equipped with a private open-air bath. Setsugetsuka also features private hot spring baths, a bedrock bath, and multiple dining rooms.

Please note that all stays at Setsugetsuka include two meals per night (dinner and breakfast). Dinner can be prepared at either 17:30 or 20:00. Please note that meals will not be prepared after 20:00.

- Bath Information
Large Communal Baths - Hours: 15:00-1:00, 5:00-10:00
Private Open-air Bath - Free (reservation not required) / Hours: 15:00-1:00, 5:00-10:00

- Important Note on Meals
In regards to provision of meals, allergy-friendly and vegetarian options may not be available. While the lodging will do all that it can, their accommodatable range is limited, so some requests may not be accommodated. Thank you for your understanding.

- Important Note on Guestrooms
Views from Guestrooms are not guaranteed.
How to get there?
From Odawara Station (JR Tokaido Line): Take the Hakone Tozan Railway to Gora Station. It is about 2 min on foot from there.