"Tonosawa Onsen" has prospered as one of the seven hot springs in Hakone since the Edo period. "Yamano Chaya" is located in a deep bamboo forest at the end of the Hayakawa suspension bridge. 11 of the 15 guests rooms are equipped with a private outdoor bath filled with 100% hot spring water. The Japanese cuisine menu also uses many local ingredients from the four seasons. The murmuring of the river and the seasonal breeze blowing through the bamboo grove.Enjoy a quiet time while watching the moon in the mountains. The inn is a wooden structure built in 1960 along the slope of a mountain. There are no elevators in the building, and you will have to take the stairs to get around. We request you make a reservation with the understanding that this may cause inconvenience to elderly or disabled guests.
A total of 15 rooms of 12 types are available, all of which feature elaborate space design.A number of rooms are equipped with a private outdoor bath filled with 100% hot spring water from the source.
Yamanochaya's kaiseki cuisine uses seasonal ingredients from all over Japan to bring out the best of the ingredients with the essence of Japanese cuisine.Our inn has a culinary advisor who is the owner of a famous restaurant that has won Michelin stars for many years.Fish, meat, vegetables, rice, miso, and soup stock. We hope you will enjoy our seasonal menu, which we have carefully selected for you.
Since the Edo period, "Tonosawa Onsen" has prospered as one of the seven hot springs in Hakone, and has healed many travelers with its abundant, colorless and clear water.
Our private hot spring water "Tonosawa no Yu", which is pumped up from 300 meters below ground on the premises, is poured into four baths and the guest rooms, including the elegant open-air bath.
Yamanochaya is a wooden inn built in 1960 along the slope of a mountain. There are no elevators in the building, so please use the stairs to get around. We request you make a reservation with understanding that this may cause inconvenience to elderly guests and guests with limited mobility.
From the airport
From Narita Airport (about 3 hours)
Narita Airport / Narita Express → Shinagawa / Shinkansen Kodama → Odawara / Odakyu Line → Hakone-Yumoto
From Haneda Airport (about 1.5 hours)
Haneda Airport / Keikyu Main Line → Shinagawa / Shinkansen Kodama → Odawara / Odakyu Line → Hakone-Yumoto
From Tokyo (about 1 hour)
Tokyo/Shinkansen Kodama → Odawara/Odakyu line → Hakone-Yumoto
From Shinjuku (about 1.5 hours)
Shinjuku/Odakyu Romance Car → Hakone-Yumoto
From Osaka (about 3.5 hours)
Shin-Osaka/Tokaido Shinkansen → Odawara/Odakyu Line → Hakone-Yumoto
From Tokyo (about 87km)
Tomei Expressway Atsugi IC → Odawara Atsugi Road, 5 minutes from Yamazaki IC → Yama no Chaya
From Osaka (about 482km)
Meishin Expressway / Nagoya → Tomei Expressway → Gotemba IC → Route 138 → Miyanoshita → Route 1 → Yama no Chaya
Guide from Hakone-Yumoto Station
Shuttle bus service from Hakone-Yumoto Station
A shared shuttle bus is available from Hakone-Yumoto Station.
It is about a 5-minute walk from the bus depot to the hotel.
If you walk from the station, it will take about 20 minutes.
[Time for Shuttle Bus]
Hakone-Yumoto : 16:45 departure
Fee: 100 yen per person
Route Bus Information
Get off at the third bus stop [Kamitonosawa] from Hakone-Yumoto Station. (About 5 minutes)
Walk few meters ahead to cross the suspension bridge on your right and then take a steep slope. We recommend that the elderly and those with limited mobility take a cab.
For passengers arriving by cab
If you would like to take a cab from Hakone-Yumoto Station, please use the Houtoku Hire cab company.
Other cab companies may drop you off along the highway. For the cab to pass across the bridge please refrain from using the large-sized cab.
Information from Tonosawa Station
Tonosawa Station is a small unmanned station in the mountains.
It takes about 10 minutes to get to the inn by walking along the path.
Please note that the weather conditions may deteriorate.
For the elderly or guests with limited mobility, we recommend taking a bus or cab from Hakone-Yumoto Station.