Updated: November 07, 2018
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The Top 3 Best Onsens In Gotenba With A Stunning View Of Mount Fuji

Here is the list of the top 3 onsens to check out in Gotenba which are mostly frequented by locals. What can possibly be more relaxing than in an onsen and having a stunning view of Mount Fuji! You can also eat in the premises so it's the perfect place to spend the day!

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Gotenba Onsen

Gotenba Onsen Kaikan 御殿場市温泉会館

Gotenba Onsen Kaikan isn't a major onsen in the area and isn't particularly touristic, but it has a breathtaking view of Mount Fuji and is located on the hillside of Mount Hakone.

It is accessible from Gotemba Station by taking the Hakone bound bus. You need to get off at the Onsen Kaikan Bus stop and walk about 5 minutes.
The windows offer a stunning view of Gotenba city and of Mount Fuji. The entrance fee is only 500 yen for adults and 200 yen for children, which is incredibly cheap.
There is food available on the premises as well, such as soba noodles and curry.

Otainai Onsen Health Center

This onsen is also mostly frequented by local patrons. It is accessible by bus from the Gotemba Station or it is about a 20-minute car ride from the Gotenba outlet.
There is an indoor and outdoor onsen, and the outdoor one offers a view of Mount Fuji. There is also a sauna and a resting area. Entrance fee for adults is 500 yen on weekdays, and 700 yen on the weekend and on public holidays. Children pay 300 yen and 400 yen respectively.
You can also eat on the premises, the restaurant is open from 11 AM- 8:45 PM.
Most meals are 1,000 yen or less; for example, you can have today's meal for 800 yen or a nice plate of tempura vegetables and shrimp with some soba or udon for about 1,000 yen. You can also have Chinese style dishes or even fried squid, and nothing will exceed 1,000 yen.

Fuji Hakkei no Yu

This onsen is also mainly visited by locals and also offers a beautiful view of Mount Fuji. It is 1,000 to get in on weekdays, and 1,300 yen to get in on weekends (for 3 hours).
There is an indoor and outdoor bath and also an open terrace to have lunch on on a sunny day. There is also a relaxation area and a massage area.
You can have lunch or dinner on the premises for about 1,000 yen. They serve meals such as curry, "katsudon" (deep fried pork over rice) and ramen.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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