Onsen in Yumedono - where our Hot Springs water is a gift from Mount Fuji.

It is said that Onsen, or Hot Springs, is one of the biggest attractions of staying at a Ryokan.

The Kawaguchiko area, near Mount Fuji, is very popular and highly regarded for their high quality Onsen.
Enjoying excellent Onsen together with a view of Mount Fuji is an experience you will never forget!
Staying at our Ryokan and experiencing our onsen will be your most memorable experience of travel in Japan.

You can enjoy a wide range of bathing experiences,
from the Daiyokujou rooms (large communal bathing rooms) to the spa and sauna,
in luxurious style at our Ryokan. A very sensual experience!

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A few health benefits of our hot springs water at our Ryokan:

The waters from our onsen can ease the pain of tired muscles; good for arthritis,
tense shoulders, motor paralysis and joint stiffness. Will speed the healing of bruises, sprains, hemorrhoids,
cuts and burns. Good for fatigue, indigestion, poor circulation, convalescence and general health improvement.
Chronic skin disease and women's diseases and many other ailments.

The Enriching Minerals in our Onsen

Niacin (Na), Calcium (Ca) and Potassium Chloride Springs

How to enjoy Onsen, Japanese Style Hot Springs Bathing

Japanese style bathing is a bit different from western style, though, you can enjoy Onsen
like an expert once you understand basic knowledge of how to take Japanese bath.
Here's some tips on how to take a Japanese style bath.

You are only to go inside the bath tub after you washed your body.
First, you are to rinse your body with hot water.
Washing beforehand helps to keep the water in bath tub clean.

The rinsing and washing of your body with hot water also acclimatizes you to the actual
temperature of the bath tub. It is not advisable to jump into the water
like diving in to a swimming pool. Please use discretion.

Bring with you the small towel that will be provided for you and
please do not put the hand towel into the bath tub water.
Most people place the towel on their head. And remember do not use any soap
or shampoo or other skin cleansers in bath tub.

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