19 Best Hot Spring Hotels In Tokyo - Updated 2024

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What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word onsen? Probably somewhere calm and quiet where you can relax in steaming water, away from the troubles of the world. But that’s not all, Japan’s unique onsen culture offers a complete bathing experience. The waters from the hot springs carry medical and therapeutic properties which can alleviate muscle aches. You can experience it in various parts of the country, including its capital, Tokyo. After a rejuvenating bath, you can explore the famous things in Tokyo. Visit Sensō-ji, a famous Buddhist temple, and click panoramic views of the entire city from Tokyo Skytree. Cap off your day with some delicious enchiladas from one of the best Mexican restaurants in the city!

After a whole day of running around the city, there’s nothing more ideal than sinking into a hot spring and letting the water work its magic. For stays with access to the amenity, scroll down for a list of the best hot spring hotels in Tokyo.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on May 14, 2024.


Located in the Shinjuku Ward district of Tokyo, Yuen Shinjuku offers modern, clean, air-conditioned rooms fitted with a flat-screen TV. You can choose from double rooms, twin rooms, and suite rooms with some room types offering city views.

If you want to relax, the hot spring baths are highly recommended. The property has various bath styles, such as indoor, outdoor, and karan, with beneficial spring water. The public bath is open for use twice a day.

Some amenities available include laundry, a 24-hour front desk, daily housekeeping, and free WiFi in all areas. There is also an on-site restaurant serving good coffee. The hotel lives up to the well-known and top-notch Japanese accommodation service. On top of that, it is very well-situated, close to Tokyo’s popular landmarks such as Jisho-in and Genkyoji Temples.

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Wifi Available

Address: Shinjuku 5-3-18
5.23 km (3.3 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Restaurant 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift Luggage storage WiFi Available

2. Onsen Ryokan Yuen Bettei Tokyo Daita (from USD 176)

Located just 10 minutes away from the city center, this accommodation has deluxe, standard, and premium rooms where you can rest comfortably. Some room options even have an outdoor bath.

During your stay, unwind in the open-air bath featuring alkaline water from Hakone and Lake Ashi hot springs. While the women’s bath has an aromatic mist sauna, the men’s bath has a dry sauna! After a rejuvenating bath, relish exquisite Japanese dishes at the on-site Tsukikage restaurant. Cap off your day with a massage at the in-house SOJYU spa.

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Onsen Ryokan Yuen Bettei Tokyo Daita

Wifi Available

Address: Setagaya-ku Daita 2-31-26
10.73 km (6.7 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Restaurant 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Non-smoking rooms Internet services Lift Safety deposit box Spa and wellness centre

3. Super Hotel Akihabara Suehirocho (from USD 126)

Super Hotel Akihabara Suehirocho offers a great location, good service and a traditional hot spring, all at an affordable price! Located near the Suehirocho Subway Station, you can easily get to Akihabara and Ueno areas. The second floor of this hotel has it all – you can go for a soak in the onsen, which has artificial carbonated spring water, grab some drinks from Japan’s famous vending machines, and run a load of laundry at the coin-operated machines. The rooms and toilets are a bit small, but that’s to be expected in a place like Tokyo.

Note that there are separate time slots for men and women to use the onsen!

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Super Hotel Akihabara Suehirocho

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Taito-ku Ueno 3-2-5
505 meters (0.4 ft) from Kanda Shrine

Non-smoking rooms Laundry Dry cleaning Facilities for disabled guests Family rooms Ironing service Internet services Lift

4. Dormy Inn Tokyohatchobori Hot Spring (from USD 170)

Dormy Inn is the perfect place if you don’t want to empty your bank account, but still want to enjoy the luxury of having an onsen to sink into at the end of the day. Conveniently located 2 minutes away from Hatchobori Station, Dormy Inn offers an onsen with a natural hot spring, as well as sauna facilities. The property features separate indoor and outdoor baths for both males and females.

The rooms offered are Western-style, and definitely on the small side, but you can expect them to be comfortable and clean. It’s all part of the Tokyo experience! As a bonus, Dormy Inn also offers a free shuttle service to Tokyo Station and free noodle soup at night.

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Dormy Inn Tokyo Hatchobori Hot Spring

Address: Chuo-ku Shinkawa 2-20-4
3.28 km (2.1 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Restaurant 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Non-smoking rooms Laundry Dry cleaning Facilities for disabled guests Internet services

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5. Hotel Emion Tokyo Bay (from USD 229)

Planning a trip to Tokyo Disneyland? Hotel Emion Tokyo Bay is definitely where you want to stay. The hotel offers a free 15-minute shuttle to Tokyo Disney Resort. Expect Western-style rooms, a peaceful and clean environment, and friendly and accommodating staff. You can purchase tickets to Disney at the front desk, and do last-minute shopping at the Disney store at the hotel.

Do note that an extra fee is required to use the onsen. The bath water consists of sodium chloride, which helps to ease muscle pain, fatigue, and more.

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Hotel Emion Tokyo Bay

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Hinode 1-1-1
15.04 km (9.4 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Parking Restaurant Meeting/banquet facilities 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Garden Non-smoking rooms Laundry

6. Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo (from USD 423)

Set in a historic Japanese garden, Hotel Chinzanso offers a much-needed spot of nature and greenery in the modern metropolis of Tokyo. The hotel offers an open-air hot tub, as well as a hot spring. Do note that these are part of the on-site spa, so an extra fee will be charged. However, if you’re in the mood to treat yourself, you can go all out and enjoy a rejuvenating massage with scented oils, as well as go for a soak.

The hotel is decorated in classic Western styles, and you can expect luxurious rooms with marble en-suite bathrooms.

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Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Bunkyo-ku, Sekiguchi 2-10-8
3.94 km (2.5 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna

7. the b suidobashi (from USD 99)

Despite the hipster-sounding name, you can expect a cosy and homey stay at the b suidobashi. The Western-style rooms are tidy and spotless, with a fridge and a satellite TV. The public onsen is beautifully decorated and even has plants and soft lanterns creating a relaxing and dreamy atmosphere. It’s open for use twice a day: in the morning and evening.

The property is just a short walk away from Suidobashi Subway Station, as well as Tokyo Dome, which has an amusement park and shopping mall.

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the b suidobashi

Wifi Available

Address: Bunkyo-ku Hongo 1-25-27
1.07 km (0.7 mi) from Kanda Shrine

24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift Heating Fax/photocopying

8. Onyado Nono Asakusa Natural Hot Spring (from USD 168)

For a stay in the heart of Tokyo and access to a natural hot spring, Onyado Nono Asakusa Natural Hot Spring is the one for you. Guests can also enjoy the hotel’s sauna. Other facilities include indoor, semi open-air, and pot baths. The bath facility is open from 3pm to 10am. After pampering yourself with a nice hot bath, you can rest in the modern rooms, fitted with a flat-screen TV, private bathroom, and electric kettle. Some rooms have city views and a desk.

In the morning, enjoy an Asian breakfast in their on-site restaurant. Then, you may make use of the property’s 24-hour front desk and luggage storage space as you take a stroll around the nearby shopping centers and popular landmarks such as Asakusa Public Hall and Edo Taito Traditional Crafts Center. Free WiFi is provided throughout the whole property.

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Onyado Nono Asakusa Natural Hot Spring

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Taito-ku Asakusa 2-7-20
2.82 km (1.8 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Parking Restaurant 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Non-smoking rooms Laundry Facilities for disabled guests Internet services

9. HOTEL HILLARYS Akasaka (from USD 297)

Hotel Felice Akasaka is a great option for those looking to stay at the heart of Tokyo and want to experience public bath and massage services. There are separate baths for males and females on the top floor of the property.

Taking a bath after a day of strolling and exploring Tokyo is especially rewarding. After pampering yourself with a relaxing bath, you can then rest in their comfortable rooms, each comes with a safety deposit box, electric kettle, and a private bathroom.

Another great feature of this hotel is that the room rates already come with breakfast, meaning guests can automatically enjoy buffet meals in the mornings. Hotel Felice is located only a 3-minute walk from Akasaka station. Tokyo Tower is only a 22-minute train ride away.

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Wifi Available

Address: 3-12-5 Akasaka, Minato-ku
4.14 km (2.6 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Restaurant 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Terrace Non-smoking rooms Laundry Dry cleaning Internet services

10. APA Hotel Sugamo Ekimae (from USD 73)

Just a minute’s walk from Sugamo Station, APA Hotel Sugamo Ekimae is highly accessible for tourists who want to be pampered in APA’s standard of high quality and new urban style hospitality.

This hotel features modern and compact rooms that are a good value for money, and of course, the incorporation of onsens (Japanese hot spring). Staying guests are free to indulge in both indoor and open-air public baths, and experience the culture distinctive to Japan.

The compact and functional rooms feature Wi-Fi access, comfortable bedding, flat-screen TV, electric kettle, en suite bathroom, and toiletries. With friendly service, a great location, and a good breakfast buffet, come and find relaxation at APA Hotel Sugamo Ekimae. You will surely be back!

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APA Hotel Sugamo Ekimae

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Toshima-ku, Sugamo 2-9-7
4.56 km (2.9 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Parking Restaurant 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Laundry Dry cleaning Facilities for disabled guests Family rooms

11. Capsule Hotel Shibuya (from USD 30)

With an authentic Japanese concept, this capsule hotel provides cheap and basic overnight accommodation for budget travelers. It comprises large hot tubs, saunas, and massage chairs for guest’s relaxation and wellness. Massage services are also available for an additional fee.

Only a five-minute walk from Shibuya Station, this capsule hotel is a great choice for travelers who are interested in this unique concept and opt to spend more on restaurants, shopping, or just exploring Shibuya. An overnight capsule comes with a TV, radio, and alarm clock, as well as toiletries, a Yukata robe, and a personal locker. Other amenities include a shared bathing area, a food and drinks vending machine, coin-operated laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, and free use of the computer. Please note that this capsule hotel is male-only.

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Capsule Hotel Shibuya - Men Only

7.7 User Rating

Address: 1-19-14 Dougenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, 150-0043
8.17 km (5.1 mi) from Kanda Shrine

12. Capsule Hotel Anshin Oyado Shinjuku (from USD 46)

Another budget-friendly capsule hotel with excellent service is Capsule Hotel Anshin Oyado Shinjuku. Catering only to male guests, this capsule hotel highlights a public bath, internet cafe, and Wi-Fi, all for free.

The air-conditioned sleeping cabins provide a tablet PC, high-quality headphones, a multi-purpose plug, bedding, and a flat-screen TV. Upon entering, guests are greeted by the friendly staff at the 24-hour front desk alongside a complimentary green tea. If you’re a backpacker or a solo traveler, you’ll find the place comfortable and even luxurious, as you can find everything you need under one roof.

The hotel services and facilities include food and drinks, a microwave oven, a mist sauna, a massage chair, a shared bathing area, toiletries, laundry, a locker, hairdressing essentials, and even comics - all for free! Located just a two-minute walk away from Shinjuku Station, this capsule hotel could be a great starting point to explore parks, museums, and clubs in the Shinjuku district.

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Anshin Oyado Tokyo Shinjuku Ekimaeten - Male Only

8.5 User Rating Wifi Available

Address: Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 4-2-10
6.04 km (3.8 mi) from Kanda Shrine

24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift Spa and wellness centre Hot tub/jacuzzi

13. Centurion Hotel&Spa Ueno Station (from USD 166)

Located at Taito, Ueno, Centurion Hotel & Spa is only a three-minute walk from Okachimachi Station and a five-minute walk from Ueno Station. A popular weekend destination, Ueno is an excellent choice for tourists as it offers a lot of attractions and shopping areas like Ueno Park, Tokyo National Museum, and Ameya Yokocho Market (Ameyoko), among others. After you’re done strolling down the streets of Ueno, head back for a relaxing and comfortable stay at this hotel.

You can use the sauna, hot tub, hot spring bath, and a public bath to unwind and de-stress. It’s open 24 hours, except for the cleaning hours and certain hours on Wednesdays, and caters to men and women.

Each room also features organic toiletries, including shampoo, conditioner, and body soap. For the next day, wake up to a lavish buffet breakfast served at the on-site restaurant, Yakiniku Yansando, featuring Japanese delicacies like yakiniku barbeque.

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Centurion Hotel&Spa Ueno Station

Wifi Available

Address: Taito-ku Ueno 6-8-16
1.12 km (0.7 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Restaurant Sauna Non-smoking rooms Laundry Internet services Lift Hot tub/jacuzzi Heating

14. APA Hotel Shinjuku-Kabukicho Tower (from USD 164)

Another part of the APA Group of Hotels and Resorts is the APA Hotel Shinjuku-Kabukicho Tower. Embodying APA’s concept of new urban style, it also boasts a public bath, open-air bath, and massage facilities (for a fee). To provide convenience and relaxation, each room is fitted with comfortable beds, a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, a desk, an electric kettle, toiletries, and more. The hotel also offers 24-hour front desk service, luggage storage, Wi-Fi, dry cleaning, a fax machine, a trouser press, and shared use of the microwave.

The on-site restaurant offers a Japanese and Western-style breakfast buffet. Besides the onsen or Japanese hot spring, what stands out in this hotel is its accessibility. Predominantly surrounded by train stations, this hotel is highly accessible if you wish to visit Shinjuku-ku, Kabukicho. You can go bar hopping, shopping, or visit the Robot Restaurant in Tokyo’s adult-oriented nightlife district.

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APA Hotel Shinjuku-Kabukicho Tower

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille Visual Aid: Tactile

Address: Shinjuku-ku, Kabukicho 1-20-2
6.06 km (3.8 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Parking Restaurant 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Dry cleaning Facilities for disabled guests Internet services Lift


HOSHINOYA Tokyo’s onsen is located on the top floor of the hotel, giving you a stunning view of the city below while you relax. The indoor and outdoor hot springs are connected. The property blends traditional Japanese architecture with modern touches, creating a unique and top-quality atmosphere. Another great thing about the HOSHINOYA Tokyo is the location – it’s right in the middle of the city. Otemachi Station is 300m away, while Tokyo Station is 800m away.

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Address: 1-9-1 Otemachi
1.59 km (1.0 mi) from Kanda Shrine

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16. Tokiwa Hotel (from USD 35)

Just a minute away from Nippori Station, Tokiwa Hotel is an ideal choice if your itinerary includes lots of travelling out of Tokyo. You can easily get to the airport from Nippori Station via the express train. It offers a traditional public bath. You can opt for traditional Japanese style rooms – think tatami mats and futons. Otherwise, you can also stay in a Western-style room.

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Tokiwa Hotel

Address: Arakawa-ku Nishinippori 2-21-11
3.07 km (2.0 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Guests have the option to cancel any cleaning services for their accommodation during their stay Invoice provided Massage Smoke alarms Physical distancing in dining areas Shared stationery such as printed menus, magazines, pens, and paper removed Physical distancing rules followed All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized

17. Sadachiyo (from USD 131)

To live the real Japanese experience, book yourself a stay at Sadachiyo. Located in Asakusa, Sadachiyo is one of the really traditional ryokans in modern and bustling Tokyo. The baths are public and are divided by gender. You can also choose between a stone onsen and a wood onsen. The ryokan is filled with Ukiyoe art and antiques, and is a great way to experience Japanese customs. The rooms at Sadachiyo are all Japanese-style, so guests sleep on tatami floor on futons. The property is just three-minutes away from Asakusa Train Station!

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18. Ryokan & Spa Shizuku (from USD 54)

Located in Adachi Ward, Ryokan & Spa Shizuku is on the outskirts of Tokyo, offering some peace and tranquillity at the end of a busy day of travelling. It’s still easy to get to thanks to the train system. For the slightly longer commute, you get beautiful, luxurious rooms and top-notch service, even by Japanese standards. Soak away the aches of a day of travelling in your own fragrant cedar bath, and pamper yourself with moisturisers, facial masks and bath essences, all free of charge.

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Ryokan & Day Shizuku

Wifi Available

Address: Adachi-ku, Umeda 2-8-5
7.95 km (5.0 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Parking Non-smoking rooms Family rooms Free parking Internet services Lift Heating Luggage storage

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19. Cyashitsu Ryokan Asakusa (from USD 224)

Cyashitsu ryokan Asakusa can be a great choice of accommodation as it features a private open-air bath where you can have a delightful soak and admire the views of Tokyo Skytree. No matter which room you choose to book, you can avail of this service for 45 minutes.

Relish a delicious breakfast of rice and miso soup in the comfort of your room. For dinner, you can head to the tatami room in Tea Room Nigou, which is in a separate building.

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cyashitsu ryokan asakusa

Wifi Available

Address: Taitoku Asakusa 3-32-12
3.15 km (2.0 mi) from Kanda Shrine

Restaurant Bar Terrace Breakfast in the room Ironing service Internet services Lift Safety deposit box

Enjoy a relaxing getaway in Tokyo

Some pointers about onsen use:
- Most onsens will require you to disrobe completely. If you’re not comfortable with the idea of being naked in front of other people, then private baths are available, but they will cost more.
- Since everyone shares the bathwater, it’s important to wash yourself thoroughly before getting in and to towel off after getting out so the floor isn’t slippery.
- Most importantly, remember to relax and don’t be afraid to socialize with the other bathers – it’s the best time to get to know locals or other travelers. Happy bathing!

Tokyo has several accommodations with onsens where you can relax peacefully and let the beneficial water of the hot springs work its magic. So, book your favorite option from the above list and enjoy a rejuvenating getaway in Tokyo.

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