Seiranso Ryokan is a traditional Japanese inn located in Hakone Yugawara Onsen in Kanagawa Prefecture. The establishment was built over 80 years ago and features an outdoor bath right next to Hakuryu Falls, making it a favorite among visitors for years.

The ryokan has 48 rooms that hold the same quality and atmosphere as when it was first built in the Showa Period (1926-1989), with some rooms fitted with a private hot spring bath. The guest rooms have tatami mats and futon beds and feature wide windows overlooking nature. Some rooms have their own hot spring bath. One night’s stay can range from 15,000 to 40,000 JPY.

Alternatively, guests are welcome to enjoy the communal hot spring baths–five indoor baths and an open-air bath.

Other facilities include two gardens with a koi pond, a banquet hall, and a kids’ playroom.

Breakfast and dinner are served to the guests in their room as well as multi-course kaiseki cuisine, with dishes featuring seasonal local ingredients from Suruga Bay and Sagami Bay.

Seiranso Ryokan is accessible by taking the JR Limited Express from Tokyo Station to Yugawara Station. The inn is operating normally with safety measures in place and limited acceptance to prevent the spread of infection.

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Does this place have a private onsen for couples and families? Is this venue tatoo friendly?

(1) Rooms with indoor hot spring baths available
(2) Rental hot spring baths for private use (outside guest rooms): 1 bath

Spring quality/qualities

Chloride spring, Sulfate spring

Tourist spots nearby

Mishima Skywalk, Lake Ashinoko, Hakone Shrine, Owakudani, Sengokuhara Pampas Grass Field (From late September to early November)

Top hot spring resort – Hakone

This is a popular hot spring area with great access by car and train, at 1and a half hours from Tokyo. Enjoy your favorite atmosphere, with an assortment of everything from long standing ryokan facilities that are of an important cultural asset class to hot spring ryokans of the resort hotel type. This area has a history stretching almost 1300 years as a hot spring.

Number of rooms

48 rooms

 

Rooms with open-air baths
Unavailable

Onsen Area
Hakone

Is this place ryokan only or ryokan with an onsen?
Onsen Ryokan

Does this ryokan have private onsen (hot spring)?
Yes

Is there a communal shared public bath?
Yes

Are there additional rental options?
With open-air tubs 1 With indoor tubs 0 With both indoor and outdoor tubs 0 Hours 6 pm-9 pm Price 2200 yen / 40 minutes (Limited to three groups per day) How to book Reserve in advance

In or near
Tokyo

Price range (yen)
15,000 – 40,000

The price includes one dinner and one breakfast

Seiranso

Total rating: 4
avatarmsxiao
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Decent Experience
Service and food were great. The location of this place is quite secluded. The room was very spacious but a bit dated. Even though the room was clean, it seemed like it wasn't because of the color contrast and lighting. The hot spring was nice, but be careful of spiders, especially if you go to the smaller one.

avatarConstantinos F
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Beautiful place
Very nice place. The location is pretty and very green. The establishment feels very cozy and the rooms were traditional and pretty. The hot springs were nice and we got lucky and were all alone without any other visitors. At night they served us a huge full traditional japanese dinner with lots of different food and in the morning a very rich japanese breakfast which, like the dinner, included a lot of variety of food. The futons were very comfy, and in all honest, it was the best sleep i had in Japan. Really nice place, I recommend it if you plan on staying at a ryokan. It also had a beautiful garden, with a koi pond.

avatarCanmaninjapan
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What a great place to go. Not far, reasonable and retro but beautiful inside.
My wife and I wanted to go somewhere nearby (we live in Kamakura) and nice, but din't want to spend too much. Seiranso looked good, but who knows until you go there, right? It was about an hour and 10 minutes by car from our place. It was retro but clean. The room was nice, with a view of the courtyard (greenery, koi pond). All we could hear was the waterfall. Nice. Relaxing. The two meals were both served in our room and were very good. The hot springs were just like in the pictures: clean, peaceful (except for a group of noisy Chinese guys...oh, well). The service was excellent. There was a room for kids (very nice) with lots of toys, games and space to play. We will go there again. Loved it. Enjoy!

avatarBryan L
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Simply Excellent
Excellent service, food and hotsprings. Recommend a 3 night stay Day 1 settle & relax Day 2 trip around yugawara region, galleries museums and sightseeing Day 3 can be day trip to Fuji Moutain which is 2.5 hrs away

avatarMaya B
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Great experience
Cute place for a traditional Japanese experience. Staff was very friendly and tried to communicate with us the best they could. We got along fine. The onsens were perfect. One early morning my bf and I both got our own private outdoor onsens since it was raining. For me the rain helped cool the onsen down since I get dizzy easily. The food was traditional. Coming from Canada we weren't really used to it. I ate what I could. If you are a picky eater this may not be for you. Service was exceptional. Everyone is very friendly and tries to help you. Breakfast and dinner are served to you in your room, unless you would like it in the restaurant. Someone comes in and prepared your bed for you as well. On final day when we were leaving it was raining and they gave us umbrellas to take with us. They actually came out in the rain with us so that we would get to the right bus stop. Definitely went above and beyond. Definitely recommend if you would like the traditional Japanese ryokan experience.

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