Takogawa Onsen

Newest in Hakone! Lakeside Hot Spring with Nice Views

Introduction of Hot Springs (Onsen)

Hakone is Japan’s leading sightseeing spot.

Takogawa Onsen is located on the shore of Lake Ashi, which is considered as a symbolic spot in Hakone.

Hakone Onsen is actually a generic name that consolidates a total of 17 hot springs, and just like its nickname "Hakone Seventeen Spas."

Takogawa Onsen is the newest hot spring in Hakone, because it had been once part of Ashinoko Onsen and was reclassified as an independent hot spring in 1993.

Takogawa Onsen is blessed with full highlights and located in the area from the north side of Hakone Shrine at Lake Ashinoko to Kuzuryu Shrine that is recently becoming a popular spot.

Effects and characteristics of Hot Springs

Although Takogawa Onsen is the newest classified hot spring in Hakone, hot spring itself has a long history.

It is also known for “Ryuguden” (a traditional Japanese inn with tatami-mat rooms) as part of Prince Hotel.

Hot spring qualities are simple spring and sulfate spring which are effective on neuralgia, muscle pain, and joint pain.

Thanks to the nice location, you can enjoy bathing while viewing Lake Ashi with open atmosphere.
  • Spring Qualities

    Standard hot-spring Chloride hot-spring Sulfate hot-spring
  • Efficacy

    Neuralgia Muscle stiffness

Access

Access by public transportation.

Approx. 60 min by bus from Hakone Yumoto Station

Access by car

Approx. 30 min driving from Hakoneguchi IC

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