Lake Yamanaka hot springs Benifuji no Yu

A superb open-air bath with a spectacular view, conveniently located at Lake Yamanaka, 1000m above sea level and the closest to Mt.Fuji!!




It takes approximately 5 mins! It is popular and famous for the open-air bath with a magnificent view of Mt. Fuji!
There are 2 types of open-air baths: “Stone” and “Hinoki (Japanese cypress).” The large indoor public bath features a variety of baths, including full-body baths, jet baths, lie-down baths, and lukewarm baths gushing out from underground.
Additionally, there are a dry sauna and mist sauna, so you can use them according to your preferences.


Benifuji hot spring 【Water quality】
Even though the hydrogen ion concentration (pH) is 10.3, which is a very high number of alkalinity, the component of the hot spring is mild, so it is considered one of the highly rare good-quality alkaline onsen with few chemical ingredients in the world. Alkaline hot springs can remove dirt and dead skin, so they are called “Bijin-no-yu” and “Bihada-no-yu.” “Bijin” means beauty and “Bihada” means beautiful skin.


*Please check out the latest information about holidays and business hours on the official website.

Official website
Throughout the year
Regularly closed on Tuesdays
Adults 900 yen ,Junior high school and high school students 700 yen ,Elementary school students 350 yen ,Children under elementary school age are free of charge
(Including bath tax of 150 yen for adults and 100 yen for junior high and high school students)
*Elementary school students are exempt from bath tax.
Business hours
[Weekdays]11 a.m. ~ 7 p.m. (Last admission: 6:15 p.m.)
[Saturday,Sundays]11 a.m. ~ 8 p.m. (Last admission: 7:15 p.m.)

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