Jomon no Yu


Museums & Attractions


This Fuchu spa complex was the dearest onsen in all of Tokyo when it first opened in 2006, charging bathers a gobsmacking ¥4,300 for a dip, though the prices have been reduced to (slightly) more sensible levels since then. Expensiveness breeds exclusivity, of course, and you won't have to jostle people aside for a space in the baths here. The salt-rich onsen waters used at Jomon no Yu are said to prevent sweating, meaning that you won't feel a sudden chill when you get out of the tub, and on a clear day you can see Mt Fuji from the men-only rotenburo bath on the top floor.


8F, 1-5-1 Miyanishicho, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo

Transport Fuchu Station (Keio line), south exit

Telephone 0120 041 265

Open Daily 10am-9am

Admission Mon-Fri ¥2,300, Sat, Sun & hols ¥2,800; 90-minute course ¥1,500; late-night surcharge (after midnight) ¥1,500


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.


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