Not Naked? 3 Hot Springs Near Tokyo You can Go with Swimsuits on




One of the surprising fact about Japan is that you cannot wear any swimsuits in hot springs. Have you thought of trying hot springs but hesitate to go naked?


Don’t worry! There are some hot springs that you can go with your bathing suits on. Let’s find out where you could go in Kanto area (near Tokyo).



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Hakone Kowakien Yunessun (箱根小涌園ユネッサン)





Hakone Kowakien Yunessun has various hot springs and you need a couple of days to fully enjoy it.

Located near Hakone-yumoto Station (箱根湯本駅), anyone including families, couples, children and adults can have a great time in here.


It offers Wine Bath, Sake Bath and Coffee Bath as well as open-air hot spring.

You can have some meals in restaurant where offers pops, alcohol, burgers, curry etc…


Address: 1297 Ninotaira, Hakonemachi, Ashigara-shimogun, Kanagawa Prefecture (神奈川県足柄下郡箱根町二ノ平1297)

Postal Code is 250-0470

Phone: 0460-82-4126



Yunessun Only (excluding Mori no Yu)

Adult: 2,900 yen

Child: 1,600 yen


Mori no Yu Only (excluding Yunessun)

Adult: 1,900 yen

Child: 1,200 yen


Pass for Yunessun and Mori no Yu

Adult: 4,100 yen

Child: 2,100 yen



Toshimaen Niwa no Yu (豊島園 庭の湯)



This facility offers hot springs where you can go without bathing suit as well as Bade Zone where you are required to wear swimsuit.


Bade Zone (バーデゾーン) includes Bade pool, Steam Sauna, and open-air Jacuzzi. In addition, there are 5 kinds of hot springs.


Address:3-25-1 Koyama, Nerima ward, Tokyo (東京都練馬区向山3-25-1)

Postal Code 176-0022





Adult (13 years old and over): 2,310 yen (including locker, loungewear and towels)

Child: Free as long as under 12 years old

Night Spa (after 6p.m.): 1,295 yen



Enoshima Island Spa (江ノ島アイランドスパ)









Enoshima Island Spa opened in 2004, and it’s been one of the popular spas in Japan.


Located in Enoshima, Kanagawa Prefecture, it takes about 70 minutes from Tokyo station.


It has indoor hot springs as well as open-air hot springs. You can enjoy view of Shonan ocean (湘南) and Mt. Fuji while taking the open-air hot spring.


Address: 2-1-6 Enoshima, Fujisawa city, Kanagawa Prefecture

Postal Code is 251-0036

Phone: 0466-29-0688



Adult: 2,742 yen

Child (under 12): 1,296 yen

Seniors (over 50 during week): 2,223 yen

Women (Mondays only): 1,964 yen






One of my Canadian friends told me that she felt very embarrassed and weird when visiting hot spring in Japan.

Because people always wear swimsuits when going to hot springs in Canada, it was a very shocking experience for her.


I hope foreigners enjoy hot springs with bathing suits first and try hot springs without swimsuits when they feel comfortable. It’s the best winter activity in Japan!



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