Onsen RyokanPrivate Hot springs

Ryokan, Private Onsen Bath in Tokyo. Hotel with Family Onsen near Tokyo

Kashikiri Onsen for couples

Meguro / Shibuya

Hotel Gajoen Tokyo

Tokyo Ryokan

Room with private bath
Japanese Style Room

A collection of Japanese paintings and superb art works can be seen in this luxurious accommodation. The Studio Ghibli animation, "Spirited Away" by Hayao Miyazaki is based on the arts of this accommodation. All guest rooms are suites with a steam sauna and a Jacuzzi jet bathtub.

By train : 3 mins. on foot from the Meguro Station (on the JR Yamanote Line, Tokyu Meguro Line, Subway Nanboku Line, Mita Line) 5 mins. ride from Shibuya Station to Meguro Station. * By car : 3 mins. drive from the Meguro Ramp on the 2nd Highway.

Machida / Mt. Takao

Tokyo Yugawara Manyo-no-Yu

Tokyo Onsen / Open Air Bath

Room with private open air bath

Some guest rooms have a private open air bath. The guests can enjoy a wide variety of bathing facilities (large public bath, bedrock bath, sauna, reservable family bath, foot spa garden, massages etc). The hotspring water is carried from Yugawara Onsen everyday.

Approx. 35 minutes drive to Takaosanguchi Station (Mt. Takao). Approx. 40 minutes drive to Sanrio Puroland.

Approx. 35 minutes drive from Tokyo International Airport (Haneda). 10 minutes drive from Minami-Machida Station on Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line.

Ginza / Odaiba

Ochanomizu Hotel Shoryukan

Tokyo Private Outdoor Bath

Room with private open air bath

Ueno / Asakusa

Centurion Hotel Ueno

Tokyo private onsen/ bath

Room with private open air bath

15 minutes by subway to Asakusa Senso-ji Temple (via Ueno-hirokoji Station). 20 minutes by subway to Tokyo Skytree (via Ueno-hirokoji Station). 2 minutes on foot to the Ameyoko market (Ameya-yokocho). 15 minutes on foot to Ueno Zoo, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo National Museum and the National Museum of Nature and Science. Approx. 40 minutes by JR train to Tokyo Disney Resort (via JR Okachimachi Station).

10 minutes drive from Minami-Machida Station on Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line.

Hot springs / Onsen Tips

The first rule of onsen hot springs etiquette is that swimsuits are not allowed. If the thought of being naked worries you, or for those guests who feel reluctant to bathe in the presence of others, we recommend choosing accommodations with private onsen such as chartered family outdoor baths (reservations required) or guest rooms with open-air baths.

Onsen Ryokan with Private Onsen near Tokyo

Greater Tokyo ( Kanto )

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