Find Your Hot Spring Oasis in the Big City! 12 Lodging Facilities with Hot Springs in the Tokyo Area

Hot springs aren't the first thing you imagine when you think of Tokyo, but this is Japan after all! There are actually several hidden onsen lodgings within the city. Here are some recommended hotels in Tokyo with hot springs.



1. Oedo Onsen Monogatari  


When it comes to onsen facilities in the city, the first place that comes to mind is Oedo Onsen Monogatari! The location is just outside the Odaiba area in the heart of the city, and the surroundings are also popular as a Tokyo sightseeing spot. Though many people use the baths as a stop on the way home from work, they of course have rooms for a night's stay as well! 


The baths at Oedo Onsen Monogatari are connected to a natural hot spring 1400 meters underground. They are easy on the skin, warm, and comfortable enough to rid you of any tiredness you may have. You won't find a more refreshing spot anywhere in the city. 


The guestrooms are designed in the old Edo style and some special rooms are fitted with their own private outdoor bath. Don't hesitate to give them a try! 



[About Oedo Onsen Monogatari]

Address: 2-6-3 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo  (Google Map)

Nearest station: Two minute walk from Yurikamo Telecom Center Station

Estimated price : 10,000 yen〜

Check-in: 5 PM

Final check-in: 12 AM

Check-out: 9 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

2. Hotel Suehiro


This natural black-spa onsen is located within Hotel Suehiro. As one of the few hot springs of its kind, it is very popular and considered one of the best hidden spots in Tokyo. The convenient location is 30 minutes from Odaiba and 20 minutes from Yokohama, so it's a great base for business as well.



The bathwater is the color of thick coffee and will leave your skin looking beautiful. It also eases nerve pain and tight shoulders. After enjoying a day of sightseeing in Tokyo, it's an excellent place to relax!


The guestrooms are simple, spacious, and available at a reasonable price!



[About Hotel Suehiro]

Address: 8-1-5 Nishi-Kamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo (Google Map)

Nearest station: Two minute walk from the south exit of JR Kamata Station 

Estimated price : 5,000 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 12 AM

Check-out: 10 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

3. Ome Ishigami Onsen Seiryu no Juku Okutamaji


This onsen is recommended for those who enjoy relaxing among the sounds of rivers, birds and nature. It offers hot baths amid seasonal scenery, being  surrounded by cherry blossoms in the Spring, autumn foliage in the fall, and falling snow in the winter! 


The airy lobby is spacious and and laid back, while the guest rooms are the perfect place to lie down and relax. The windows of each room offer a fantastic view of the mountains of Okutama. 


The hot spring the facility is built around is natural and has the faint aroma of eggs. It is well rated and a great place to relieve stress.



[About Ome Ishigami Onsen Seiryu no Juku Okutamaji]

Address: 2-371 Futamatao, Ome-shi, Tokyo (Google Map)

Nearest station: 10 minute walk from JR Ome Ishigami station 

Estimated price : 6,000 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 9 PM

Check-out: 10 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

4. Natural Hot Spring Hotel Shiraiwa 


Hotel Shiraiwa is a reasonably priced onsen resort surrounded by beautiful natural scenery. It is conveniently located 8 minutes on foot from Oshima Motomachi Port. 


The facility offers mixed Japanese and western rooms, as well as all tatami rooms, each of which is blessed with a homely atmosphere. They are also spacious enough for children and families. Your children will have plenty of room to run around. 


The charming natural hot spring is surrounded by nature and contains negative air ions that are sure to comfort. It's worth stepping in just to enjoy the view! 



[About Natural Hot Spring Hotel Shiraiwa]

Address: 3-3-3 Oshima Motomachi, Tokyo (Google Map)

Nearest station: Eight minute walk from Oshima Motomachi Port

Estimated price : 6,500 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 9 AM

Check-out: 10 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

5. Tenbo Oyajo Asahiyu Dormy Inn Express


Located in the tourist mecca of Asakusa, this business hotel is fit with a bath offering a panoramic view. It is one of the few hotels in the area that retains the traditional atmosphere of Asakusa and is popular with locals as well as travelers. What's more, it's only a 5 minute walk from Asakusa Station! 


More than anything else, the hotel takes pride in its panoramic outdoor bath! What a treat to find an outdoor bath and natural hot spring in a business hotel. You'll feel the gentle breeze off the Sumida River as you relax in the warm water.



This hotel also has rooms for extended stays, so it is great for business trips too!



[About Tenbo Oyajo Asahiyu Dormy Inn Express]

Address: 1-3-4 Hanakawado, Taito-ku, Tokyo  (Google Map)

Nearest station: Five minute walk from Toei Asakusa Station, Asakusa Line

Estimated price : 7,900 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 5:30 AM

Check-out: 11 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

6. Spa & Hotel Wa 


Spa & Hotel Wa is a lodging that offers several varieties of relaxation, including a natural black water hot spring, sauna, and bed rock bath tub. Its location near Haneda Airport has made it a popular checkpoint for travelers to venture out into the city. 


There are many different types of guestroom, all of which differ from the norm. Some are styled like a maisonette, while others are fit with family-sized bathtubs.


The hotel's biggest selling point is its natural black water hot spring! The hot spring water flows through all of the baths so stop and take a few minutes of luxurious rest.



[About Spa & Hotel Wa]

Address: 7-4-12 Nishi-Kamata,Ota-ku, Tokyo  (Google Map)

Nearest station: One minute walk from JR Keihin Tohoku Station

Estimated price : 5000 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 11 PM

Check-out: 10 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

7. Kamejimagawa Onsen, Shinkawa no Yu, Dormy Inn Tokyo Hatchobori 


Dormy Inn Tokyo Hatchobori is a bath house in central Tokyo, connected to Kamejimagawa Hot Spring.


The facility is fit with a sauna, outdoor bath, cold stone bath, and inner private bath. All of them have excellent health benefits so give them a try!


The rooms are clean and comfortable.



[About Kamejimagawa Onsen, Shinkawa no Yu, Dormy Inn Tokyo Hatchobori] 

Address: 2-20-4 Shingawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo  (Google Map)

Nearest station: 2 minute walk from JR Hatchobori Station

Estimated price : 4,000 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 5:30 AM

Check-out: 11:00 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

8. Tokyo, Ogawara Onsen, Manyo no Yu 


Yugawara Onsen has been famous for generations, due to its connection with the ancient Manyoshu book of poems. This hotel offers you the chance to experience these old waters within the Tokyo city limits.


At this lodging, the famous hot spring water of Yugawa Onsen is employed in outdoor baths and stone baths. Guests can enjoy a bath from as early as 10 am and the natural water is quite relaxing!


The guestrooms are divided into single, twin and all tatami types, so there is an option for everyone.  There are even some rooms with a provide outdoor bath. The hot spring is sourced from one of Tokyo's most well-known onsen so be sure to give it a try.



[About Tokyo, Ogawara Onsen, Manyo no Yu ]

Address: 7-3-1 Tsuruma, Machida-shi, Tokyo  (Google Map)

Nearest station: 30 minutes from Machida Station, Odakyu Line

Estimated price : 7,000 yen〜

Check-in: 5 PM

Final check-in: 12 AM

Check-out: 11 AM


HP: (中文)

HP: (Japanese Only)

9. Suigetsu hotel Ohgaisou


The Ueno area is known for its connection to the novelist Mori Ogai and this hot spring is no exception. It includes the room where Ogai wrote his literary debut "The Dancing Girl" and is thus popular with fans of literature. Though it sits in the heart of the city, the atmosphere is enough to make you forget the hustle and bustle and will remain a great memory for a long time to come!


The hotel is well-known as the site of  Japan's only preserved painted-lacquer bathtub. It is also fit with natural marble bathtubs and has an overall luxurious atmosphere. Come here to relax and experience a bit of Tokyo history.




[About Suigetsu Hotel Ohgaisou ]

Address: 3-3-21 Ikenohata, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Nearest station:  12 minute walk from JR Ueno station

Estimated price : 6,000 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 12 AM

Check-out: 11 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

10. Akikawa Valley Seoto no Yu


What could be better than relaxing in a hot spring bath after a hike in the mountains or a dip in a forest stream? This onsen lodging is built on the outskirts of the farming city Akiruno and is blessed with generous natural beauty.


The baths are sourced from a hot spring with p H10.1 natural alkaline waters. There is also an outdoor bath with a panoramic view of the valley and you can soothe your body while taking in the magnificent scenery. There is no better way to recover your strength, so enjoy these baths to the fullest!


The guest rooms are divided into cottage types and maisonette types. They are big enough for groups and families.



[About Akikawa Valley Seoto no Yu]

Address: 565 Otsu, Akiruno-shi, Tokyo (Google Map)

Nearest station: 17 minute walk from Itsukaichi Station, Musashi-Itakushi Line

Estimated price : 7,400 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 9 PM

Check-out: 11 AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

11. Okutama no Kaze, Hatonosu-so


Surrounded by forests and running water, Okutama no Kaze is an Onsen lodging that offers the ultimate hot spring experience. The view from the hotel consists of giant trees and massive rock formations, as well as the dynamic current running down from the mountains. You won't find an experience like this anywhere else in the city, so don't miss out. 


All guestrooms offer a view of the nearby ravine and the hot spring water contains natural negative ions. You can also get a 500 yen discount if you bring your own amenities!


Soothe your skin in the hot spring baths while gazing out over the valley.



[About Okutama no Kaze, Hatonosu-so]

Address: 662 Tanazawa, Okutama, Nishitama, Tokyo  (Google Map)

Nearest station:  Four minute walk from JR Hatonosu Station

Estimated price : 5,000〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 10 PM

Check-out: 11  AM

HP: (Japanese Only)

12. The Prince Park Tower, Tokyo 


The Prince Park Tower Tokyo is an urban hot spring lodging that offers views of nearby Tokyo Tower and the lush greenery of Shiba Park. In addition to hot spring baths, it also has 33 floors of guestrooms, restaurants, a sports club, and much more.


The guest rooms are as luxurious as you would expect from the Prince and come in different varieties. There are rooms that offer a view with their bathtub, Japanese style rooms, and other types to meet your tastes.


Enjoy magnificent views of the Tokyo skyline while relaxing in a natural hot spring bath. It's an experience that will elevate you from the everyday.



[About The Prince Park Tower, Tokyo]

Address: 4-8-1 Shiba Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo-shi 1 (Google Map)

Nearest station: Two minute walk from Akabanebashi Station, Toei Oedo Line

Estimated price : 7,900 yen〜

Check-in: 3 PM

Final check-in: 2 AM

Check-out: 12 PM


HP: (中文)

HP: (Japanese Only)

The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.

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