Michelin-listed “Hakuunso” - a luxurious hot spring resort in Yugawara

Manyou no Sato Hakuunsou

TEL:
+81 (0) 465-62-2341

Reservation

Guest Rooms

Our Rooms at Hakuunsou include a total of 17 rooms, with 3 Hanare (separate villa) rooms with private open-air onsen baths using the water directly from the hot spring, 5 rooms with private open-air onsen baths using the water directly from the hot spring, and 9 standard rooms with a private bath (not onsen).
If you would like to enjoy private onsen bath with the water source directly from the hot spring, please select type C to type G.

Hanare (separate villas) with Private Open-air Onsen Bath

Type G Soseki’s Literature Chamber

"Soseki" is our highest grade guest room in the separate villa in the luxurious "Hakuunsou".
The guest room comes with a private open-air onsen bath with water sourced directly from the hot spring and sauna, where you may spend a relaxing time with the precious one.

Room Plan

Type F Toson’s Literature Chamber

Elegant and luxurious Hanare room in the separate villa, "Toson".
The guest room provides a private open-air onsen bath with water sourced directly from the hot spring and sauna
Hoping the Sagami Bay over the open-air onsen bath, the guests may enjoy murmuring of the stream of Chitose River just under the eyes as background music.

Room Plan

Type E Doppo’s Literature Chamber

"Doppo" - a guest room in the separate villa where the beauty of Japanese architecture is condensed
The perfect room to spend a relaxing time with your family, providing a private open-air onsen bath (only Hinoki-cypress bath in our resort) to feel the river babbling, next to a profound Japanese-style room.

Room Plan

Guest Rooms with Private Open-air Onsen Bath

Type D Manyou

A guest room with every element for you to enjoy Hakuunsou, "Manyou"
Our balcony with private open-air bath provides a plank bar counter made of solid wood with minibar and CD deck, where you may enjoy a drink after a bath with your favorite songs as background music, or arrange your trip in your way.

Room Plan

Type C Tsubaki, Sakuraba, Ajisai, Hanamizuki

Guest rooms on the 1st floor, closest to the river with a private open-air onsen bath with water sourced directly from the hot spring.
The tree of the name of each room is planted on the balcony, and the private open-air onsen bath is connected to indoor bath, you may enjoy the scenery both indoor or outdoor. In the living room next to the balcony, the guests may enjoy Horigotatsu (heated seating) in the winter.

Room Plan

Standard Room (with an indoor private bath)

Type B Hakuun, Jikkoku

Standard room located in a corner on the top floor, with 2 spacious adjoining rooms (with inddor private bath).
A guest room suitable for use by 3 generations or 2 families, enjoying the full view on the window unique to a corner room. Enjoy hot spring in a reservable private bath or the large public bath.

Room Plan

Type A Seseragi, Satsuki, Chitose, Yayoi, Miharashi, Midori, Hatsune

Standard rooms located on the top floor with size 10 or 8 Tatami mats (with indoor private bath).
Guest rooms on the river side can enjoy the nature of Yugawara from the viewing windows, and the rooms on the mountain side can feel calm and harmonious Japanese taste. These are guest rooms where you can enjoy hot spring in the reservable private bath and large public bath with a reasonable price.

Room Plan

Dining

Dinner

The dinner at Michelin-starred Hakuunsou is a specialty Japanese Kaiseki cuisine with delicate and beautiful taste, with selected ingredients such as fresh fish from Sagami Bay and locally grown vegetables. The menu changes every month, which our head chef strictly selects the most delicious, most beautiful of the season. Local fish and shellfish are sourced by free-diving from the neighboring town Manazuru every day and are managed in the kitchen tank alive to keep fresh until they are served. The rice to finish off the meal is also cooked at the table, and the seasonal ingredients are cooked together with the rice in the most delicious condition. Premium quality and luxury. Enjoy dining at Hakuunso, where you can enjoy with your eyes feeling the atmosphere surrounded by the river streams and trees and savor the taste.

Dinner

Breakfast

Breakfast at Hakuunsou is served at "Dining Senkei" with beautiful morning sun, and the menu consists of Yugawara's specialty. You may choose from several types of locally made dried fish on the season. Eggs in your favorite style. The popular choice is Dashi-maki (Japanese omelet with broth) and Chawanmushi (Steamed egg custard) that requires skills and extra care. Another long-time favorite menu is a salad with full of vegetables. The head chef Suzuki at Hakuunsou does not use pre-cooked food even for breakfast. “Never use frozen ingredients. They are different in flavor. “ Therefore, precisely prepared Breakfast with carefully selected ingredients will promise you a great meal to start off the day. Why not experience the breakfast at the best Ryokan?

Breakfast

Onsen (Hot Spring)

Suite Private Spa (Reservable Private Bath)

A private space to refresh even your inner self while enjoying a hot tub. A spacious jacuzzi bath inside a purifying grove. Enjoy Onsen (hot spring) from the hot spring all to you. * Please reserve at the front desk when you check-in. This will be allocated to guests on a first come, first served basis and it may not be available depending on availability. Thank you for your understanding. Free for 40 minutes per group.

Guest Rooms with Private Open-air Onsen Bath

We have 8 guest rooms with private open-air onsen bath at the luxury "Hakuunsou". Each room is located by the river, where you may enjoy the onsen water directly from the hot spring source while listening to the murmuring of a stream.
There are 5 different types of rooms with various facilities and taste, all of them with the private open-air onsen bath; Soseki (Type G), Toson (Type F), Doppo (Type E), Manyou (Type D), and Tsubaki/Sakuraba/Ajisai/Hanamizuki (Type C).

Soseki (Type G)

Toson (Type F)

Doppo (Type E)

Manyou (type D)

Tsubaki/ Sakuraba / Ajisai / Hanamizuki (type C)

Sanuki Bath (Large Public Bath)

The warm and scenic location "Yugawara" facing Sagami Bay with Mount Hakone in the back, has been favored as hot spring resort destination from ancient times. There is a poem that recites hot spring of Yugawara in the Manyoshu collection of Japanese poetry, which makes us feel the history as a hot spring resort. Many of the great names in literature of the Meiji era also loved this resort and left works set in Yugawara. Enjoy the hot spring of Yugawara to the fullest in our large public bath with full of spacious and open windows. In our open-air bath with rural beauty, enjoy the best of being in a bath while listening to the murmuring of the Chitose River and feeling a refreshing breeze.

Tourist Information

Enjoy the Nature

Manyo Park

Manyo Park gives you a feeling of ancient times with numerous plants that were written in the Manyoshu poems (Manyo plants) are planted and the replica of ancient architecture of the Manyo era, such as the Manyo-tei.

Manyo Park

704 Miyakami, Yugawara-machi

Makuyama Park (Yugawara Plum Orchard)

Makuyama Park is also known as Yugawara Plum Orchard. White and red plums blossom covering the slopes during mid-February to mid-March. There is also forest adventure activities at the entrance of the Park.

Makuyama Park (Yugawara Plum Orchard)

951-1 Kajiya

Hoshigayama Park Satsuki no Sato

From late May to mid June, you may enjoy 50,000 of Satsuki azalea. The view from the park facing the Sagami Bay is also a highlight.

Hoshigayama Park Satsuki no Sato

2024 Hoshigayama, Yoshihama, Yugawara-machi

Fudo Taki Falls

Although it is only 15m in height, the water is rich. On the left side of the fall is Migawari Fudoson (guardian to be the substitute to take the ill, plaque, and other bad health) enshrined, on the right is Shusse Daikokuson (to support wealth). There is also a tea house near the waterfall.

Fudo Taki Falls

Miyakami, Yugawara-machi, Ashigarashimo, Kanagawa

Toi Castle Ruin

A castle ruin of Renkaku style (main compound and the sub compound are arranged side by side), set on the raised part of the ridge that descends to Yugawara of Sagami Bay from the Mount Daikan, the main track of the southern part of old somma of Mount Hakone. A fantastic view overlooking the Sagami Bay. Inside Joyama Hiking Trails

Toi Castle Ruin

Shirohorichinai, Yugawara-machi

Yoshihama Beach

This shallow beach is perfect for a relaxing swim. Many lifeguards are stationed. So it is safe for children to play. It is a major surfing point during the low season.

Yoshihama Beach

Yoshihama, Yugawara-machi

Touch the Art

Yugawara Art Museum

In the permanent exhibition, works of Takeuchi Seiho and Yasui Sotaro, Ito Shinsui of bijin-ga and Miyake Katsumi famous for his watercolor works are introduced, and at Hiramatsu Reiji building, approximately 20 pieces of work are exhibited according to themes of the artist, with the cooperation of Ryotokuji University.

Yugawara Art Museum

623-1 Miyakami Yugawara-machi

The Cabocha Museum

Featuring the works of internationally famous artist “Yayoi Kusama,” pumpkin themed works are exhibited. A cafe is also in the premises.

The Cabocha Museum

97-2 Miyakami, Yugawara-machi

Nishimura Kyotaro Memorial

The memorial was opened when Mr. Nishimura, who was attracted by the climate and the character of people when he visited here for a rest, decided to permanently settle down in Yugawara. The exhibition includes all works that symbolize the writer's life, including all of over 300 works, drafts, large dioramas, and treasured collections.

Nishimura Kyotaro Memorial

42-29 Miyakami, Yugawara-machi

Ningenkokuho Art Museum

Displays works of people listed as "Living National Treasure", who hold Important Intangible Cultural Asset. In addition, a permanent exhibition that introduces recent work by the pottery artist Mr. Morihiro Hosakawa is also available.

Ningenkokuho Art Museum

3-16-1 Chuo, Yugawara-machi

Lalique Museum Hakone

A museum of jewelry and glass art master Rene Lalique, representing the Art Deco era. A beautiful garden accompanying the exhibition and the Orient Express with works of Lalique are also presented. There is also a lovely cafe attached to the museum.

Lalique Museum Hakone

186-1 Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa

Museum of The Little Prince in Hakone

A museum where you can enjoy the world of the Little Prince by Saint-Exupéry. The European garden with beautiful flowers and greens and buildings which reproduced the townscape of the early 20th century of France give you the view of the Littel Prince world.

Museum of The Little Prince in Hakone

909 Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa

IZU PHOTO MUSEUM

It is one of the four museums in Clematis Hill of Nagaizumi-cho, Shizuoka, where we go a little further. A museum dedicated to photography and films. It is designed (interior and inner garden) by a contemporary artist Hiroshi Sugimoto who has expanded his field of activity to architecture projects in recent years.

IZU PHOTO MUSEUM

347-1 Higashino, Nagaizumi-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka

The Buffet Children’s Museum

It is one of the four museums in Clematis Hill of Nagaizumi-cho, Shizuoka, where we go a little further. The exhibition includes works not only to look but also to touch and play with. There are also sections to exhibit works of modern art artists and places where you can freely look at picture books.

The Buffet Children’s Museum

515-57 Higashino, Nagaizumi-cho, Suntou-gun, Shizuoka

Visit the Popular Shops

Ramenya Iida Shoten

The best rated Ramen restaurant of Kanagawa on the gourmet website is located in Yugawara. “Ramen at Iida Shoten” is completely different from the ramen anyone would think of.

Ramenya Iida Shoten

2-12-14 Doi, Yugawara-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa

BREAD & CIRCUS

A bakery with very good French or German style bread. There will be a queue outside the store soon after the opening. A super popular shop where bread lovers make their way to visit from far away.

BREAD & CIRCUS

4-2-16 Doi, Yugawara-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa

Floyd Mishima

A shop of the product label . There is a cafe attached to the shop, where their original tableware is used.

Floyd Mishima

2-316 Ichiban-cho, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka

iri

A shop located 5-min walk from Mishima station, that carries ceramic ware, wood and metal crafts, glass, fabric, leather, and jewelry made by various craft artists.

iri

#101 Parkside Ichibancho 2-34 Ichiban-cho, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka

Enjoy Culture and Festivals

Yugawara Onsen Sunday Sightseeing Morning Market

Get up early on Sunday mornings to visit the plaza in front of Kanko Kaikan. From 6 am, “Sightseeing Morning Market” that has been around for more than 25 years except for the stormy days opens.

Yugawara Onsen Sunday Sightseeing Morning Market

Plaza in front of Yugawara Kanko Kaikan, 566 Miyakami Yugawara-machi

Kenban Yose (Rakugo Comic Storytelling)

Enjoy Rakugo at Yugawara Onsen every Saturdays and Sundays (except Oct 18 and 19) during Apr 5 - May 18, Jun 21 - Jul 20, Sep 6 - Jan 30. Only 500 yen per person!

Kenban Yose (Rakugo Comic Storytelling)

458 Miyakami Yugawara-machi
Yugawara Onsen Tourism Association
TEL:+81 - (0)465-64-1234

Dance Lesson Visit to Yugawara Geisha

You can visit the dance lessons of Yugawara Geisha. Feel free to stop by. Dates and time are subject to change. For more information, please contact us in advance.

Dance Lesson Visit to Yugawara Geisha

458 Miyakami Yugawara-machi
Yugawara Geigi Association
TEL: +81-(0)465-62-4111
(11am - 6pm)

Yugawara Onsen Beach Fireworks

Held twice every summer. Fireworks launched from the two boats on the beach off the coast vividly colors sea surface and blossom in the sky of the summer night.

Yugawara Onsen Beach Fireworks

Yoshihama, Yugawara-machi
Yugawara Tourist Office
TEL:+81-(0)465-63-2111

Hotaru no Utage (The Firefly Banquet)

Fireflies grow naturally in the Chitose River and the Niizaki River that run through the town of Yugawara.
Hotaru no Utage (The Firefly Banquet) is the biggest event in the early summer that the nature of Yugawara provides. There is also “Hanashobu Ten (Exhibition of Irises)” held at the same time every year.

Hotaru no Utage (The Firefly Banquet)

Yugawar Onsen Tourisum Association
TEL: +81 (0)465-64-1234
(11am - 6pm)

Ikemine Momiji no Sato (Maple Country) and Tea House

Enjoy the rich autumn landscape in the area of Oku Yugawara known for the beauty of autumn leaves. During the period, the guests can enjoy a cup of tea in silence at the tea ceremony designed by a famous architect.

Ikemine Momiji no Sato (Maple Country) and Tea House

Miyakami, Yugawara-machi (Oku Yugawara)
Yugawara Onsen Tourism Association
TEL:+81 - (0)465-64-1234

Access

Address
716-1 Miyakami, Yugawara-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
TEL
+81-(0)465-62-2341

By Train

By Train

By Train

By Train

We recommend you to use a taxi as you would have to walk a steep uphill about 20 minutes from the nearest bus stop if you used a bus from Yugawara Station. From Yugawara Station to our resort, it is about 10 minutes ride. The price is around ¥1,600.

By Car

Route from Tokyo (Atsugi IC)

  1. Once you get off the Atsugi IC of Tomei Expressway, proceed the Odawara-Atsugi Road towards Odawara.
  2. From Odawara West IC of Odawara-Atsugi Road, go into Seisho Bypass to Hayakawa, and to Yugawara to proceed to Mazuru Road.
  3. Turn right at "Yugawarako Mae" intersection 200 meters from the end of Mazuru Road and enter the town of Yugawara.
    From the “Yugawarako Mae” intersection, about 1km to Yugawara Station.
    Go about 3km further to Oku Yugawara, and turn left at “Kogome no Yu Entrance” sign to cross over the bridge on the Chitose River.
  4. The road width narrows down, keep going up the hills and you will see Hakuunsou. You have made it.

Route from Osaka, Kyoto, and Nagoya (Numazu IC)

  1. Go straight after getting off at Numazu IC, proceed from Prefectural Route 83 to Route 246 and turn left at Ishida North intersection, 3km further from the Numazu IC, to go into Route 1.
  2. Make an acute right at Hakone Toge intesection, 17.5km further from Kami Ishida North intesection, to go into Prefectural Route 20.
  3. Turn left at Yugawara Toge intersection, 2.6km further from Hakone Toge intersection, to enter Yugawara Parkway toll road.
  4. Follow Yugawara Parkway to proceed to Oku Yugawara - Yugawara Onsen Resort. Turn right at “Kogome no Yu Entrance” sign, 7km further on the left side of Yugawara Parkway entrance. The road width narrows down, keep going up the hills, and you will see Hakuunsou. You have made it.