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2024023yoshinoikeonsenFujiyoshida City is famous for its iconic views of Mt. Fuji, from the retro shopping street view that has blown up on social media to the Chureito Pagoda. But did you know there is also an abundance of hot springs in the area too? If you’re visiting Fujiyoshida City, I would recommend experiencing the hot springs first-hand!

Yoshinoike Onsen is a hot spring conveniently located next to Yoshiikonsenmae Station right off the beaten path. The hot spring established in 1856, has been passed down from generations, with each continuing to operate the business till this day. Unlike many other hot springs out there, this one in particular has been tattoo-friendly for quite some time. The hot spring waters are gentle, even on those with atopic dermatitis (eczema). While this hot spring only offers an indoor bathing experience, customers can still enjoy a view of the garden from the window. Rental hairdryers are available at the front desk and towels or shampoo are available for a fee.

Feeling hungry after a relaxing soak in the hot spring? Don’t worry, because we got you covered. Yoshida udon – the local specialty of Fujiyoshida is offered for lunch in the traditional tatami lounge area where you can enjoy the view of the garden outside. The lounge area features traditional flooring, low tables, and seats with a kotatsu, which adds to the charm. Japanese paintings and illustrations of Mt. Fuji adorn the room creating a homey atmosphere.


More info

Address: 〒403-0009 4‐11‐22, Fujimi, Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi Prefecture
Access: 1 minute walk from Yoshiikeonsenmae Station. (Fujikyuko Line)
Opening Hours: 9am-5pm Adult 1,500 yen Children 800 yen
                           5pm-9pm  Adult 1,000 yen Children 500 yen
                           Under 2 hours  Adult 750 yen Children 400 yen
Closed: Public Holidays, Wednesdays and New  year’s holidays.
Parking: 15 spots available.
Telephone: 0555-22-3362

Published on

  • April 5, 2024


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