Recommended by the female, smoothen your skin like a peeled egg! Fujiyama Onsen in Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi Prefecture
These largest natural wooden bath areas in Japan give off a traditional Japanese feeling of peace.
While spending blissful time soaking and experiencing the warmth of the wood, you can figure out your own personal way of enjoying the time you spend in the onsen.
The expansive bath areas use baths with vanadium water unique to the foothills of Mt. Fuji and high-concentration carbonated spring water which is beneficial for promoting blood circulation.
The hot spring water is abundant in metasilicic acid which works to improve skin metabolism, producing silky skin.
■Effects: 20 different types including for nerve pain, muscle aches, joint pain, frozen shoulder, motor paralysis, etc.
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Infinity Hot Spring, Hanare no Yu, Hotel Mt. Fuji
Hanare no Yu is not an infinity pool but an infinity onsen! It’s located at Hotel Mt. Fuji at Lake Yamanaka! It’s an amazing onsen that offers panoramic views of Mt. Fuji and Lake Yamanaka! The hot spring uses quality alkaline spring water sourced from the Benifuji no Yu hot spring. It provides the effect of producing supple skin, a benefit that proves popular with women who visit.
Benifuji no Yu, Lake Yamanakako onsen, allowing visitors to experience Mt. Fuji in all four seasons, Lake Yamanakako, Yamanashi Prefecture
■Effects: For nerve pain, muscle aches, joint pain, bruises, sprains, chronic digestive issues, supple skin, etc.
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High-quality hot spring water with a pH of 10.4 from a simple alkaline hot spring.
On clear days, everyone can enjoy the gazing at Mt. Fuji from both outdoor and indoor onsens.
The crimson Mt. Fuji that can be seen early in the morning on clear winter days is absolutely breathtaking, and the lightly glowing form of Mt. Fuji illuminated by the setting sun in the evenings presents a rather captivating appearance.
There is a full lineup of bathing and other facilities including lying-down baths, bubble baths, springhead warm water baths, and the like allowing visitors to enjoy trying out the different types.
Hot Spring Chame-Yudono, an extra-special space designed for adults only, Gotemba City, Shizuoka Prefecture
For nerve pain, muscle aches, joint pain, frozen shoulder, bruises, hemorrhoids and related issues, sensitivity to cold, promotion of good health, etc.
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"Such a luxurious onsen!"
Enjoy soaking in the hot spring water while gazing upon Mt. Fuji which stands majestically right before your eyes.
Here lies an extra-special space for adults only that is quiet and serene.
You should try out not only the bath which has a twist on it but also the low-temperature sauna with its bed of white charcoal enveloped in the gentle fragrance of the trees.
At Chame, a traditional Japanese restaurant housed in a 200-year-old Japanese-style house relocated here, you can enjoy the delicious flavors of seasonal foods while sitting in relaxed surroundings.
Gotemba Onsen Kaikan, where you can gaze on the spectacular scenery of Mt. Fuji from your bath, Gotemba City, Shizuoka Prefecture
■Effects: For nerve pain, rheumatism, musculoskeletal disorders, fragile health, menopausal syndrome, wounds, etc.
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The onsen located on the side of Mt. Hakone. which is possible for a daily trip from Tokyo.
You can gaze out at a grand panoramic view of Mt. Fuji from the large windows inside the bath areas while soaking in the hot spring water.
Even in the midst of scenery which seems to change in expression every hour, the beauty of the silhouette of Mt. Fuji taking on such a calm appearance against the evening sky is quite the sight to see.
Ishiwari no Yu, Lake Yamanakako Hirano Onsen, enjoy the onsen and the wind passing through, Lake Yamanakako, Yamanashi Prefecture
■Effects: For nerve pain, muscle aches, joint pain, supple skin, frozen shoulder, motor paralysis, bruises, etc.
[Indoor baths, outdoor baths, lying-down baths, saunas, amenities, restaurants, relaxation rooms]
A space for relaxation which pulls in the warmth and strength of force held by nature.
It has a unique architectural style with a domed shape designed using a beam structure.
As the most luxurious onsen in Japan with high alkaline levels, it delivers on expectations people have to receive beneficial effects from the water in getting supple skin and alleviating sensitivity to cold.