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Hakone Yuyado Zen

1245-96 Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun 250-0631 Kanagawa Prefecture
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Private resort "然" offering the Nature of Hakone. It is a few high-quality villas place where the Hakone Sengokuhara hot spring in the place of only one hour 30 minutes can see world heritage "Mount Fuji" from Tokyo. I prepare a half outdoor bath of the Sengokuhara hot spring gravity-feed irrigation for all guest rooms. In addition, the dinner can enjoy the original breast stone which was particular about highest grade rank Fujiyama Japanese beef and seasonal foods.
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1245-96 Sengokuhara, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun 250-0631 Kanagawa Prefecture
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LoveTravel768832 wrote a review Apr 2023
2 contributions2 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Ok - I didn't take a taxi to the hotel/resort, so I had to hoof it 10 min. up the steep hill with my luggage. And I was already tired from figuring out that there is no bus pass, but you just have to pay as you go when you board the bus (I believe bus #4-this is key). On top of that I was hungry. When I asked the sweet, polite host where I could find lunch/transportation, she informed me that there is neither until check in at 3 pm. Needless to say, I was mildly pissed off and my incredulous response was rude. My son and I hiked back down to the bus and headed to the glass museum where we were able to eat lunch. After foregoing the shuttle and hiking back up the hill, I apologized to the nice woman for being so rude. And from then on, our experience there was magical. We had a stunning view of Mount Fuji from our Onsen (yes we had to stand up, but it was in full view). The room was perfect - spacious, clean, authentic, peaceful, just lovely! Maybe I didn't read the instructions carefully when I booked this place, but I didn't realize it came with breakfast. The breakfast, if you want to call it that, was a sumptuous meal - I'm not sure what it is called in Japanese- but it was absolutely delicious. We didn't have room or time for dessert, sadly; however, I'm sure that in itself was incredible. The dinner was spectacular - I think 10 courses - and the service, magnificent. I just cannot rave enough about how special this place is and I am not sharing our room number because I will definitely be back next year. Hakone Yuyado Zen was delightful and I am so fortunate to have been blessed to spend some time in this quiet sanctuary with a splendid view of heavenly Mount Fuji. Thank you to the staff for a memorable experience. I am going to be sending them a gift from the states to express my gratitude. And when I return, I plan to take the bus and hike up and down the hill again:) !
(sorry for lack of time to upload photos)
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Date of stay: April 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: If a view of Mt. Fuji is important for you, assure that you will be getting a room with that view.
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deepar491 wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia17 contributions20 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Due to a series of misadventures we were late arriving to the ryokan but the staff were wonderful in organising a pick up for us and took great care to ensure that we made dinner on time. Dinner was served with explanations of each dish, everything looked beautiful and tasted even better! The onsen in our room was delightful and we were shown how to adjust the temperature it was an incredible experience waking up in the morning to the view of Mt Fuji and being able to soak in the warm onsen, gazing at the view was magical. Breakfast was also a good experience there was one fish dish which had an overpowering taste but everything else was great and you definitely do not leave hungry! Highly recommended and would not hesitate to book again.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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caramelombre wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore9 contributions6 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Staff were extremely polite and hospitable, right from the onset. Do not be deterred by the distance to get here, we thought it was a perfect opportunity to do the sightseeing as well. Take the bus from Hakone Yumoto, ship for the sightseeing cruise, and Ubako is just one stop from the ropeway and the staff will pick you up from Ubako station.

Dinner was delectable - plum wine, baked apple with scallops, a5 wagyu beef that melts in your mouth. They take great pride in their food.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Vince_HK wrote a review Apr 2023
Hong Kong, China1,065 contribution135 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
irst of all, the hotel is not situated in one of the mainstream locations near Yumoto or Gora. The nearest public transport station is in Ubako or Palace hotel Mae and these would need a pickup from the hotel especially if you have never been there before. Don't expect there will be any convenience stores or any other shops nearby, but you shouldn't need to leave the hotel as it comes with all the drinks, food and services that you will ever need.

The hotel is very modern and well furbished. There are not many rooms so at any one time you won't feel crowded at all. There is a common room/bar/lobby where they would serve the welcome drink and do the check-in.

Once that is done, the staff would take you to the room and explain to you about the room and how the onsen will work. The beauty of the Private onsen, besides being completely private you could also "tune" the water temperature. Like a bath, you could add cold water to make it colder, which is not possible in a public onsen.

We picked the western room with Mt. Fuji view. At first we could not see the mountain as it was covered behind the clouds. However, on the next day, as soon as we woke up we saw the beautiful Fujisan capped with snow. Taking the onsen with the Mount Fuji as a backdrop was definitely an experience (and the onsen was in a semi-opened area so you could feel the fresh air while taking the onsen)

Dining (Both dinner and breakfast) was done at the restaurant instead of at your room. I think that's fine as you get your own "room"or partition inside the restaurant so you will have complete privacy over the course of your meal. Like all onsen hotels, dinner was a multi-course meal, each used the seasonal ingredients and fully explained in English.
(The staff there spoke perfect English and there was no issue in communication.)
Other reviewers commented the food was a bit bland but I thought it was fresh and tasty. They even gave you some rice roll for snacks at night if you ever got hungry. Breakfast was also plenty and tasty.

The room price is definitely not on the cheap side, but for the spacious room you get, the private onsen and the Mt. Fuji view plus the sumptuous food and the hospitality you get i think it is value for money.
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Date of stay: February 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We booked the room with the Mount Fuji view, it was worth every bit of your money.
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Kat D wrote a review Apr 2023
7 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I booked this hotel/Ryokan in the middle of our vacation in Japan and we were not disappointed! We had a room that faced Mt. Fuji and a private onsen. The room itself was well appointed, and extremely comfortable. Sandi, one of the staff members was incredible! She spoke excellent English and made sure we had everything we needed to enjoy our stay. She took the time to explain the amenities of the room and to find yukata we would be comfortable in. She really made the place something special!

We were greeted with a complimentary non alcoholic wine (we are non-drinkers) and refreshment upon arrival. There was a full Kaiseki meal at breakfast and dinner everyday. When I discovered my tastes were too western to tolerate the fish offered they happily accommodated me with A5 Wagu beef! All beautifully presented!

This is THE place to come if you are looking for a resting spot between Kyoto and Tokyo on your trip, or you just want to get out of the city and enjoy some of the traditional offerings of Japan. Simply amazing! Definitely will be back again!
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Date of stay: March 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Getting here requires a bus trip going up in some mountainous area. Arrange early to be met at...
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Hylas C wrote a review Jan 2020
Redwood City, California14 contributions10 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
I did a lot of research and finally went with this one. Although it was a bit more pricy, it was totally worth it.

The transportation:
I was worried that it will be hard to get to as I read from other reviews. It turned out to be not bad at all. If you are traveling to Hakone, you probably have bought the Hakone free pass. And you just follow the lines to go to the places that you want to go, and then get to either the Palace Hotel bus station or the Obako ropeway station. Give them a call and they will come pick you up. No reservation needed, and they will come within 5 mins so you can just take your time to do your stuff.

The room:
We got the Shiro (Japanese+American with Mt. Fuji view) room and it was breathtaking. We were lucky enough to have Mt. Fuji visible during our stay. The onsen tub was big enough to fit both of us. The onsen water was very hot, you will likely need to open the cold water valve to mix it a bit. Having Mt. Fuji in the view for an onsen bath is just out of this world. The main room has big windows with the same Mt. Fuji views, you can sit on the tatami with free beer and ice cream from the fridge with the amazing view.

The meals:
Their kaiseki dinner was ok. The food presentation was more appealing than the taste, but still pretty good overall. You can get drinks for additional money and it wasn't that expensive anyways. There's more than enough food to get you full.

The breakfast tho, was the best breakfast we had in Japan. It was the New Year's day so it was probably a little bit special. They prepared so many things with great quality. Everything was super tasty.

The service:
They are super accommodating. Special shout out to Taku who was our main guy. He picked us up from Obako station and sent us over to the bus station the next day. We had an early flight to catch in Narita and he helped us to figure out the best routes to get there and the time schedule of the transportation. As we needed to leave at 8:20 in the morning, they made a special accommodation to serve breakfast at 7:50 for us, to allow us finish the meal and catch the bus. They had to get up at 5:30 to prepare food for us. We really appreciate the effort!

Some tips:
We made some mistakes and would give people some tips if you are going to this hotel or Hakone in general.
1. Get the free pass, it's totally worth it. Not only it allows you to ride pretty much everything, it has discount on a lot of shops and services, like the luggage delivery service and the souvenir shops.
2. If you are going from Shinjuku, you can choose to use to romance car or not, it doesn't make a huge difference.
3. Try to arrange an additional day after the stay in Hakone. Going directly from Hakone to Airport is not as great, as you will sacrifice a lot of time in Hakone and the onsen hotel. It will take 3-4 hours at least to get to the airport from Hakone.
4. Try to pack light, store your stuff at Tokyo/Shinjuku if possible. If you did have big luggage, the luggage delivery service at Hakone-Yumoto station is really great.
5. Do not pre-purchase fixed time tickets from/to Tokyo. You can always purchase as you go, so that you don't need to always be on a clock. There's always enough seats and they run pretty frequently.

Hope this helps!
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Date of stay: January 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Mt. Fuji room totally worth it. Get the Japanese tatami room if you can.
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jojianyc wrote a review Feb 2019
New York City, New York44 contributions27 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We love love LOVED this place. Only downside is that we were there for only one night!

The ryokan has 9 rooms total, so it felt really intimate and private. We picked a mountain view room with the tatami area. Note that the room has two full size beds. The beds are super comfortable! We changed into the provided yukata (so cute and comfy!) and took a quick dip in the private tub before dinner. The tub is outside on the private terrace area and is constantly flowing with fresh hot water from the onsen springs. If it is too hot, there is a cold dial on the side of tub which allows you to mix in as much cold water to hit your ideal temperature. The cold water dial was so necessary -- I don't think we could've even entered the tub at the natural temperature! Two people can fit into the tub pretty comfortably, just not side by side.

Dinner was at 6 pm (we did not have a choice since the later slots may have been full already). There is a designated dining area, but there are private booths for you and your guest. Our booth had a sliding door, whereas other rooms had curtains. We felt like we had extreme privacy and loved it! There was an English translated menu. The food was EXCELLENT - so many different courses and inventive dishes. You can also purchase sake separately and the prices are extremely reasonable. Of course, the service was top notch. Everyone was extremely friendly and sweet. We retired to our rooms after dinner and took another dip in the tub before bed. The combination of the cold weather and a hot bath was heavenly. The tatami mat area was really nice to sit and relax on. I kept reading about the CD player in other reviews and thought it sounded corny, but it was so nice to pop in the provided CD's and listen to zen music. All the drinks in the mini fridge are free (including beer, water, vegetable juice), as well as the tea and coffee provided. The tea was so good that I bought a bag as a souvenir while checking out.

We had a great night's sleep. It was raining in the morning so we didn't see Mount Fuji from our windows, but we had seen it the previous day on the cable car. Scenery was still great. We picked the 8:30 am seating for breakfast (there was also a 9 am option) and again were treated to an amazing meal. We were originally a bit hesitant at booking a ryokan that was outside of our intended budget, but the room, private bath, and the 2 meals made it a great deal. It was the perfect ending to our Japan trip. After checking out, they drove us the Palace Hotel-Mae bus stop and we were able to use our Hakone pass from the day before to ride the bus for free.

Would absolutely stay here again. The pictures don't do it justice. Like another reviewer said, don't overthink -- JUST BOOK IT! You won't regret it.

Some background on how we got there and what we did in Hakone:
We took the Shinakasen bullet train from Osaka to the Odawara stop. From Odawara, we bought a 2-day Hakone pass (about $40/person), which gives you the ability to ride the buses, ropeways (cable cars), trams, boats, and trains for free in Hakone. We took a bus #4 from Odawara to the Palace Hotel-Mae bus stop. The bus takes just under an hour and has many snake turns up the mountain (beware if you get motion sickness easily), but the scenery was beautiful! Once getting off the bus, we called the hotel and was met within 5 minutes by a smiling porter. He informed us that the check-in time was 3 pm. It was only noon at that time, so we asked to be dropped off at the closest ropeway station and began our adventures. He took our luggage back to the hotel (which was in our room by the time we checked in). In terms of exploring Hakone, we took the cable car to Ōwakudani to see the sulfur vents and eat some blackened boiled eggs (a specialty). We also took the tram and then a very short train to check out the Hakone Open Air Museum. We spent a little too much time at the museum (which was awesome and a total hidden gem), so we ran out of time to do the Lake Ashi boat tour. Instead, we returned to Ubako (a different pick up spot) and called the hotel again and were met very quickly by another smiling staff member.
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Hakonezen, 支配人 at Hakone Yuyado Zen
Responded 7 Feb 2019
Dear Mr. and Ms.jojianyc Thank you for your stay at Yuyado ZEN Ryokan in Hakone . Could you enjoy a stay? If there is a chance to come to Japan , please come here again . Thank you. Yuyado ZEN in Hakone Reservationist
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Shirley Z wrote a review Dec 2019
33 contributions40 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a beautiful place. It's in a quieter part of the whole Hakone area, maybe a bit more difficult to get to. But the surrounding and the tranquility is worth it. Every room has a private outdoor onsen, which is great for Westerner husbands who are adamantly against being nude in front of other people. When we were there at night it was fierce wind and raining, which makes soaking in the onsen all that much more atmospheric. The kaiseiki dinner is the highlight of our entire trip. The weather cleared up the next morning and we were able to see Mt Fuji from the dining room while eating breakfast.
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Date of stay: November 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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zestyuzu wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore28 contributions42 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I, together with 2 friends, spent one night at this wonderful ryokan. The rooms (mixed Japanese-Western style) come with private onsen (every room comes with one, there isn’t a public onsen) and overlook a forested area. There are western beds with a large tatami sitting area. While this isn’t the traditional ryokan (for example, you can wear your shoes right up to your room and change to the slippers provided and meals are served in a semi private dining area instead of in the room), the arrangement suits us perfectly. We had wanted to dine together with our friends anyway, who were in a separate room.

Service was excellent all the way. We called the ryokan for pick up service when we arrived at the designated bus stop. They also sent us to the bus stop the next day. We thoroughly enjoyed both meals where quality produce were served. I called up earlier to arrange for alternative meal option as my husband and I do not eat beef. While our friends had wagyu beef, the two of us were served rock lobster which was simply marvellous. There was even supper prepared for us in a tiffin box brought to the room - 4 pieces of inari sushi!

I highly recommend this lovely ryokan as a quiet and relaxing getaway from Tokyo.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Timetraveller86 wrote a review Sept 2019
Colerne, United Kingdom74 contributions75 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We so loved our short stay here and it was just what we wanted to experience. We loved the outside onsen and our comfortable room. The food was delicious and beautifully presented by the charming staff who were extremely helpful and gave us good advise about our onward travel. If you want a truly Japanese experience then stay here..it was worth the long bus ride! We also loved being able to wear our Japanese pyjamas to dinner...sorry don't know what else to call them !
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Major B asked a question June 2021
Albuquerque, New Mexico4 contributions
What are your policies on tattoos in the public baths?
Tam N asked a question Oct 2019
Saginaw, Michigan4 contributions1 helpful vote
Is this place ok after the typhoon?
Answer from Kenlong C
Bangkok, Thailand295 contributions60 helpful votes
If you can contact the Lady Owner of Yuyado Zen she was very kind and helpful.she can speak a bit of English too...Try to specifically ask for her assistance
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箱根3 contributions
Dear Ms and Mr Thank you for your contact. I'm so sorry for reply late. We have a shuttle bus service, and we can pick you up at Palace hotel bus stop. You can come to Palace hotel bus stop from Odawara station by bus. If you will pick you up there, please call us. And we can accept your request of meal. Please e-mail your mane to us again. Thank you!
JorinGoh wrote a tip Mar 2024
Singapore, Singapore429 contributions86 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Better to drive as it is quite secluded and if you drive, you can take really nice my Fuji pictures a short drive from the ryokan. "
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Kat D wrote a tip Apr 2023
7 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Getting here requires a bus trip going up in some mountainous area. Arrange early to be met at the bus stop. "
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LoveTravel768832 wrote a tip Apr 2023
2 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"If a view of Mt. Fuji is important for you, assure that you will be getting a room with that view. "
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Vince_HK wrote a tip Apr 2023
Hong Kong, China1,065 contribution135 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"We booked the room with the Mount Fuji view, it was worth every bit of your money. "
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Hylas C wrote a tip Jan 2020
Redwood City, California14 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Mt. Fuji room totally worth it. Get the Japanese tatami room if you can."
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AU$672 - AU$1,017 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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9
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hakone Yuyado Zen
What are some of the property amenities at Hakone Yuyado Zen?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Hakone Yuyado Zen?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Hakone Yuyado Zen?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hakone Yuyado Zen?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hakone Yuyado Zen?
Conveniently located restaurants include Togendai View Restaurant, Miyoshi, and Amimoto Oba.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hakone Yuyado Zen?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Japanese.
Are there any historical sites close to Hakone Yuyado Zen?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Hakone Shrine / Kuzuryu Shrine Singu (5.0 km), Hakone Sekisho and Hakone Sekisho Museum (6.2 km), and Higashiyama Kyukishitei (6.6 km).
Does Hakone Yuyado Zen have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
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