Day Spa Fuji Chobo-no-Yu Yurari3.2
Fuji Chobo-no-Yu (Mt.Fuji Viewing Hot Sprint) Yurari is a day spa facility which is adjacent to a resort village, Fuji Midori-no-Kyukamura in Narusawa, Yamanashi Prefecture, at the northern foot of Mt. Fuji. There are open-air and indoor public baths with a view of the magnigficent Mt. Fuji, including the Japanese-garden-like Reiho-no-yu (Sacred Peak open-air bath) and the indoor Takami-buro (High View Bath), along with a cave bath, a steam bath, an aromatherapy bath and a sauna etc. They also offer a variety of private baths with additional charge for the guests who stay at the Fuji Midori-no-Kyukamura. Lounges and restaurans are also available and one of the restaurants, Okariba, serves dishes by a small locomotive to its private rooms.
Purposenow this is Japanese cuisine,hot springs
Airport/Sta.Shizuoka Airport (about 88.8km) Google Transit
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5.05 months ago
Nice little hot spring with English signs for tourists. You get an amazing view of Mount Fuji while you relax in the open air hot spring. There's food options, resting places and beer vending machines (nothing is better than an ice cold one after hot springing). They've managed to pack in a lot of different baths in such a small place e.g aroma bath, hot rock bath, outdoors, carbonated bath, steam and saunas as well. The only downside is the location but they do have a shuttle bus service which you need to reserve at specific times, I did it in Japanese so I'm not sure if they can take reservations in English. All in all, highly recommend this place!
5.03 months ago
On our trip to Japan my girls and I had to try this place out. We loved every part of it. Beautiful baths, beautiful view and delicious food!! 😍😍🤗 we will definitely come back to visit when we are back in Japan.
5.0a year ago
This onsen had a great selection of pools, including indoor and outdoor options. Pools had varying temperatures of water, and there were some neat ones such as the cave pool that featured rock formations and the aromatherapy pool, which was a jacuzzi enclosed in a greenhouse and smelled of citrus at the time. The onsen offered other amenities such as private baths and a restaurant, all at additional cost. For general onsen use, it was 1500 yen each which included towel rental. Any foreigners shouldn't be surprised if locals exit the pool when you enter. It just comes with the territory, unfortunately, but is not the fault of the onsen itself.
5.03 months ago
It's a nice onsen that's a bit off side, so there's not too many people. They have several private onsen rooms as well (2500yen per hour per room). Entrance fee for whole day is around 1500 yen. I found it reasonable. The restaurant has reasonable prices as well. You can't stay overnight unfortunately.
4.02 weeks ago
Good size of hot spring facility both inside and outside areas. Too bad I wasn't able to see Mt.Fuji due to the weather on the day when I visited. However, I enjoyed few different types and even sauna.