Tsutsujitei is a Japanese-style accommodation that fuses traditional ryokan ambiance with resort-hotel elements. It is located in Kusatsu onsen, Gunma Prefecture.

The hotel boasts of a 17,000 square meter garden, and 10 luxurious guest rooms. It also has a special accommodation in the form of a separate villa on the property that comes with its en-suite open-air bath. One night’s stay can range from 60,000 to 85,000 JPY.

Japanese kaiseki dishes are served to the guests, delicately prepared by the chef with featured seasonal ingredients from Tsukiji, and unique to Tsutsujitei. A Japanese breakfast is also served to the guests either in the dining room or the guest room, depending on the chosen accommodation.

Guests are invited to relax in the large communal bath, “Urara no Yu” and the private bath “Tama no Yu”. The hot spring waters are known to be acidic and have been popular for generations for their therapeutic effects. Other facilities include a lounge area, a large garden, and a sitting area where guests may enjoy a drink.

Tsutsuji-tei can be accessed by JR Limited Express from Ueno Station in Tokyo. A shuttle bus service is also provided free of charge from Kusatsu Bus Terminal. The establishment is operating normally with safety measures in place and limited acceptance to prevent the spread of infection.

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A ryokan particularly good for health and beauty

This acidic bath has been known as a popular bath from days of old, and displays incredible potency in hot spring therapy effects. The water is good for neuralgia, fatigue, skin problems, etc.

Modern hotel-style ryokan

This ryokan combines a traditional Japanese ambiance with strong resort hotel elements.

Top hot spring resort – Kusatsu, Tokyo suburbs

An acidic bath. It has been known as a popular bath from days of old, and is one of the three most famous hot springs in Japan. With an output that is the largest in Japan amongst naturally occurring hot springs, this hot spring boasts a potent disinfectant power.

Year of establishment

1991

 

Rooms with open-air baths
Available

Onsen Area
Kusatsu

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

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 Price Free / 60 minutes How to book Reserve in advance

In or near
Tokyo

Price range (yen)
60,000 – 85,000

The price includes one dinner and one breakfast

Tsutsujitei

Total rating: 4.5
avatarNeekulaz
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Wonderful hospitality
It is the sincerity, thoughtfulness and hospitality which distinguished Tsutsujitei from many other ryokans in Japan as being one of the very best we have experienced in the past few years. From the moment we drove into the property till the moment we left (actually before that as they made sure how we would arrive at the property), they took care of everything for us, from luggage, meals, itineraries and any other needs. Everything was seamless at very top standard. Of course the property itself is very elegant. It was in particular a fantastic experience having traditional Japanese breakfast in the room whilst watching the snow outside. We had a birthday celebration there and it was undoubtedly the best decision to have spent a birthday night there. Strongly recommended.

avatarCandy Lau
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Very great hot spring hotel
All the things including the service, the accommodation and hot spring here are so perfect! When we first arrive Kusatsu, we tried to grab a taxi but we failed in getting any here. Then we tried to call the hotel for shuttle car, they came soon after 5-10 mins and pick us to the hotel. Although we arrived earlier than the ordinary check-in time, we were still able to get into the room. They will clean your luggage including the wheels thoroughly before getting your luggage into your room! For the shuttle car service, the best thing is that you can tell them the attraction you want to go and then they will directly drive you there! And of course they will pick you up anytime anywhere! What you need to do is to make a phone call! We have booked a room with private bath, the room is very big and has a living room, dining room/ bedroom, shower room, toilet, and of course outdoor hot spring. Everything here is built in a traditional way but you will not feel it’s old. The room is build with many windows that you can see the beautiful surroundings easily. Apart from the in-room hot spring, there is a public hot spring and a private hot spring. The water sources of in-room and public one are the same, while the one for private bath is different. We tried both and found that the in-room one is much hotter than the one in private bath (personally I prefer the temperature of private bath). All the meals including dinner and breakfast are provided and served in your room. Even the check out is also done inside your room! This is absolutely a memorable experience!

avataryrtx4e
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Personalized service and authentic Japanese hospitality
Location: hide away from Kusatsu town center among green trees. Request the Bus station staff to call the property, a few minutes a 7-seater passenger van picked us up and sent us whenever we wanted to go to town. Service: very sincere and personal service. Dinner & Breakfast were served in private dining room by the same staff. The owner Miyasaki Samma came to welcome us before dinner. Very attentive, I was joking not having icecream for dinner, the staff got me two icrecream from 7-11 herself. I was speechless and impressed. Facilities: there are two detached rooms. and 4 rooms on second floor 4 rooms on first floor and we stayed at the second floor room with view of trees. Walk down to the main Onsen bath, private reserved bath and dining room. Onsen - outdoor onsen is still with glass pane on two sides overlooking the woods. unlike some other ryokans, the Water temp is pretty warm-hot that I enjoyed and the water in Kusatsu is full of Sulphur. One indoor onsen bath not too big. the shower and change area is a bit small. Yet it is not a huge property so not too busy at the onsen. We also entitled to one-hour in the private reserved onsen that was really good. Room: 12-14 tatami. very clean and spacious that could easily sleep 4. Just the design of the room is a bit weird. the door of the bathroom, the sleeping area, the change area , three doors facing the main door of the room. and not very efficient. Dining: the Kaiseki meal came with a bottle of sparking wine. Each course is delicately prepared. The Breakfast is also very sumptuous. Overall we enjoyed our stay very much, we recommend Tsutsujitei since Kusatsu onsen is one of the three top onsen in Japan.

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