Get some R&R with a soak in the onsen at Hotel Okada



Get some R&R with a soak
in the onsen at Hotel Okada


Planning a trip to Hakone? Consider staying at Hotel Okada. Here you can relax in true Hakone-style by soaking in any one of their gorgeous onsen, fed by five different natural hot springs. Follow DiGJAPAN! inside for a look at the luxurious facilities and the special services waiting for you!

Get from Shinjuku to Hakone with ease!

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Getting from Shinjuku to Hakone couldn't be easier when you take the Odakyu "Romancecar." It will get you from Shinjuku Station to Hakone-Yumoto Station in only 85 minutes, no transfers necessary. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.

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One of Hakone's must-visit spots is waiting for you as soon as you arrive! Right outside of Hakone-Yumoto Station is a shopping arcade filled with shops selling local specialties. One example is the Castella Yaki Hakone Manju-- a steal at only 70 yen a piece. You can even watch how they're made in the front of the shop!

Relax in Japanese style at Hotel Okada

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It's a five minute ride on the Yumoto Onsenkyo Kyodo Bus from Hakone-Yumoto Station to Hotel Okada. Once you finish your check-in procedures, you're almost ready to start soaking!

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Depending on your stay plan, you may get a yukata to wear to the onsen. There are ten colors and patterns to choose from at the yukata corner located in the reception area. The hotel staff will explain how to wear it. Don't worry, it's not hard! Once you choose your favorite, it's time to get changed and head to the onsen!

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Surrounded by the breathtaking natural beauty of Hakone is this lovely footbath where you can rest your travel-weary feet.

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Enjoying Hakone's onsen while dressed in a yukata is a distinctly Japanese pleasure. Take your time here to relax and enjoy simply being in Japan.

Soak in a private open-air bath

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Does taking a dip in your very own private onsen sound good? Hotel Okada offers three types of rooms with private hot springs for you to enjoy. The SUISAI room pictured here has a private rotenburo or open-air bath. You can soak in the hot water while enjoying the refreshing breeze that flows in from the open windows.

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With a warm wooden interior and gentle lighting design, the room is perfect for a night of relaxing.

Special services for you to enjoy

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The hotel has prepared a special service for guests staying in the SAKURA guest rooms on the 11th floor: free nail polish and aroma therapy oil! You can choose your favorites and use them in your room. Be sure to bring them back when you're done so other guests can enjoy them as well!

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There are also more yukata patterns to choose from on the 11th floor.

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Among the SAKURA guest rooms on the 11th floor, there are combination Japanese-Western-style rooms. With plenty of space for spending time together, these are perfect for when traveling with family or a group of friends.

Relax in the gorgeous public onsen

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You won't believe the size of this onsen at Hotel Okada. Feel free to stretch out your legs and soak to your heart's content in this beautiful space.

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For a change of scenery, visit the open-air onsen. Here, you can enjoy the fresh greens of summer as you relax. Or, close your eyes and listen to the sound of flowing water.

Finish your day with a delicious meal

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There's an amazing dinner waiting for you once you've finished your bath. The dinner buffet at the hotel's restaurant offers more than thirty options including both Japanese and Western dishes. The chefs take advantage of locally produced, seasonal ingredients including delicious seafood when preparing the dinner menu.

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Meat-lovers, how does sizzling steak straight off the grill sound?

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There's also a station where a chef will prepare your choice of tempura right before your eyes.  

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This buffet is all you can eat, so feel free to indulge in all the deliciousness laid out before you. Be sure to save some room for dessert, though!

Pick up some souvenirs on your way home!

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You can pick up some souvenirs for friends and family back home or a keepsake or two for yourself right inside the hotel store. Options range from Hakone's famous "black" hardboiled eggs to Hakone handicrafts.


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Hotel Okada | ホテルおかだ
191 Yumotochaya, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken
Take the Yumoto Onsenkyo Kyodo Bus bound for Takidori (Route A) to the Hotel Okada stop (approx. 5 min)

To our readers who have been to Hakone before, what was your favorite part of the trip? Let us know in the comments!

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