Day-Onsen Ryuguden Honkan


Day-Onsen Ryuguden Honkan

Hakone’s onsen (hot springs), dubbed the “Twenty Hot Springs of Hakone”, all have different properties. The newly established daytrip spot Takogawa Onsen, which is part of Ryuguden Honkan, is the only onsen in Hakone where you can see both Lake Ashi and Mount Fuji from the same viewpoint. The building the onsen is in is listed as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property of Japan and was originally a Japanese inn. It was renovated and remade into an onsen in 2017. This hot spring is a great choice if you’re looking for relief from nerve pain, muscle pain or joint pain, and also has a one-of-a-kind view.



Kanagawa, Ashigarashimo, Hakone, Motohakone 139 [ Google Maps ]

Business Hours

8:00-20:00 (last admission 19:00)

Days Closed

Open year-round

Time Required

1 hour or more



Accepted Credit Cards

Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express, Diners Club, UnionPay


Chinese (Traditional and Simplified)

Menu/Pamphlet Languages


Nearest Station

Odakyu Hakone Highway Bus (Hakone-en 866), Hakone Tozan Bus (Motohakone 950)


Ride the Hakone Tozan bus (Lines H, K) bound for Motohakone-ko from Hakone Yumoto Station (OH51); after about 30 minutes, get off at Motohakone-ko (OH67); ride the free loop-line bus from Motohakone-lawson-mae for about 5 minutes

Ride the Odakyu Hakone Highway bus (Hakone Line) from Shinjuku-eki-nishiguchi; after about 2 hours and 25 minutes, get off at Hakone-en bus stop


Adults: 1,944 yen, elementary school students: 1,080 yen, children (3 years and over): 540 yen (all prices including tax); additional bathing tax: 50 yen
*12 years and over: additional bathing tax required (50 yen)

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*Information may be in Japanese.