Hakone Kowakien Yunessun, Hakone-machi

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Water Park
Enjoy a relaxing bath in hot springs with a fun twist at Hakone Kowakien Yunessun. Far from a traditional onsen setting and more like an amusement park, an assortment of interesting twists on the formula await. Perfect for families, as visitors don't have to disrobe, you’ll find an onsen filled with wine, green tea, sake, and even coffee, with giant tea pots and wine bottles hanging above their respected pools. If you're looking to simply unwind, the peaceful sounds of the waterfall pool with the pleasant mountainous backdrop can help do the trick. Put Hakone Kowakien Yunessun into our Hakone-machi itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Hakone-machi.
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  • Viking kowakien with enjoyed as a kid-friendly place. Perfect accommodation in motion partly pool swim after your meal. Can't swim in earnest just crowded in the movement. Pool has the smell of disinfectant at a general level. Small children and for general use, and the families of all. Also, seems to enjoy an authentic open-air bath, but we didn't. The next open-air bath in me, I want to go.
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  • The Yunessun is a hot springs resort in Hakone. The trip itself is great and very picturesque, as it is along the coast; think the Pacific Coast Highway with a bigger road and fewer curves. The Yuness...  more »
  • As many of you have written, poor hygiene and staff quality was so worried about. Especially check-in counter and rental staff have quit soon to oversee my place. It is inconvenient to come and go in swimsuit and hot zones of the forest. It is much to persuade never going 2 again and then do not go to the people around him.
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  • A little bit expensive but i felt it was worth the money. We went right before closing so it was almost empty and we could go into all the themed hot springs almost by ourselves. We were there at 6 which is an before closing and the last entry but the towel rental was already closed and the make you leave by 6:50. So I recommend going a bit earlier or you can go into the traditional side which is open until 8. You need a bathing suit for the themed side but you can rent one for about 1000 yen. They include a locker rental and you can charge any purchases to the wristband with your key which is convenient so you can pay at then end.
  • This place is a blast, you definitely need to go here. The genes spas are awesome, real sake, red wine, tea, and coffee, and the dr fish nibbling on your feet are great. They also have a traditional onsen area where you can rally soak in hot hot spring water and enjoy he traditional garden setting. A good option is to come in the afternoon after 2 to get discounted admission.
  • It was interesting place. It has coffee, wine, sake, tea onsen. Even slides from onsen. It's a bit pricey, 2900yen to enter but it was well worth it
  • It's an ok place. I think it's overrated and too pricey. For the price you paid, they could have offered a whole day free parking for customers lol not even free towels offered! It's ridiculous! it was a good experience and our children especially, enjoyed it. Although, I don't think it's worth paying that much AGAIN. 高すぎるで、二度と来ません。
  • First, this is not a bad place at all. would definitely bring someone here that has never experienced a hot spring before. Next, there is a complete difference between the swimsuit and nude environment-one being cleaner than the other. Please have some type of antibacterial soap with you. Last, I only tried the nude part of the Yunessun and it was worth every penny or yen, lol. If you're OCD like me, it may be a bit nerve wrecking but it is worth the money in the end (45.00 with coupon if you research)! #teamgroupon