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Hot Spring Accommodation Hakone Kogen Hotel

Hakone Kogen Hotel
Embark on a fun journey on the Kojiri Highland, which is blessed with a rich natural environment.

A hotel replete with facilities, surrounded by nature, proudly featuring two natural hot springs!

The location is first-rate within walking distance from Lake Ashinoko Togendai. Two hot springs on the hotel property are supplying respectively the indoor public bath and the outdoor rotenburo, allowing guests to enjoy two different types of spring water.

The hotel is available for residential training and training camp events, etc., and is equipped with gymnasium and conference room facilities, and can be used for various training events. The gymnasium can be used for all kinds of indoor sports, calligraphy, ensemble singing, dance, karate, iai, qigong, and other leisure activities, or for lecture events, etc.

Facility Outline

Check-in:15:00
Check-out:10:00
Usage Fee:Requires a Fee
Day Tickets for Bathing Facilities:Available 11:00 - 16:00 * Admission until 15:30
Water Types:Calcium, sodium, magnesium sulfate, and bicarbonate containing spring water
Foreign Languages Accommodated:None
Address:Moto-Hakone 164, Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo County, Kanagawa Prefecture
Tel:0460-84-8595
Website:http://www.hakonekogenhotel.jp
Notenburo (Outdoor Bath)
Notenburo (Outdoor Bath)
Large Public Bath (Indoor Bath)
Large Public Bath (Indoor Bath)
Message from the Facility
The hotel owns two hot spring wellheads with different water types respectively used for the indoor public bath and the outdoor rotenburo. Calcium, sodium, and magnesium are pleasantly balanced, such that none of the three main components features an excess or shortfall of positive and negative ions, which is said to be thanks to the delicate preparation by the hand of the goddess of hot springs. (There are few hot springs where positive and negative ions of all main constituents are compounded at a minimum of 20%.)