RYOKANS providing rooms with private open-air/Onsen baths
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Top 10 places to stay and best ryokans in Tokyo suburbs which have accommodated many guests* in 2015. *Record of booking via this website.
An inn that used to be a three hundred year-old folk house that was relocated. All rooms include open-air baths. The view of the Mikuni mountains from the rooms is beautiful. 85 mins. by Shinkansen from Tokyo Sta.
A cozy and hospitable inn. Beloved and stayed by many Japanese old litterateurs and politicians. Hot spring resort adjacent to Jigokudani Yaen-koen known for snow monkeys. 140 min by JR Shinkansen and Nagano Electric Railway from Tokyo Sta.
A traditional Noh play stage surrounded by water and greenery and open air bathing steeped in rustic flavor. A famous hot spring ryokan decorated by a long history. 120 min by JR Limited Express from Tokyo Sta.
Gaze out at Mt. Fuji (Fujisan) from the open air bath. This is the most luxurious part of a trip to Japan. 105 min by bus from Shinjuku Sta., Tokyo.
All twenty-six rooms (suite room) come with open-air baths where you can enjoy fresh hot spring water straight from the source. 40 mins. by Shinkansen(Japanese Bullet Train) from Tokyo and Shinagawa.
The view of the valley from spots such as the room and private open-air baths is beautiful. An inn that has been in business for over 140 years. 40 minutes by train/taxi to Nikko Toshogu Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 120 min by Tobu Limited Express from Asakusa Sta., Tokyo.
Located on high ground in the Yugawara hot spring area, guests can visit seven hot spring baths. This hot spring ryokan also features exquisite Japanese ambiance and furnishings. 39 min by Shinkansen from Tokyo Sta.
A famous ryokan spot, ideal as a hidden inn for inquisitive and sophisticated tastes. 105 min by JR Shinkansen from Tokyo Sta.
All twenty-three rooms come with open-air baths where you can enjoy fresh hot spring water straight from the source. 34 min by Shinkansen from Tokyo Sta.
With two types of private-use hot spring baths. An inn with 18 rooms located along a river. 69 min by JR Shinkansen from Tokyo Sta.
An inn in the Mount Fuji area. All rooms offer a view of the lake. A beautiful view from high up in the hills. 105 min by bus from Shinjuku Sta., Tokyo.
The view of Mount Fuji (Fujisan) from spots such as the private open-air hot spring baths and the guest rooms is magnificent. An inn with a resort-like atmosphere. Standing next to Lake Kawaguchi (Fuji five lakes). 105 min by bus from Shinjuku Sta., Tokyo.