Updated: November 07, 2018
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You Can Even Bathe In A Red Wine Onsen At Yunessun In Hakkone!

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Looking for a fun water-spa-onsen theme park in Hakone for fun for the whole family? Yunessun is a good option for that. It is famous for having all kinds of unique baths... including a wine one!

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Yunessun is a hot spring themed park in Hakone. The place is particularly recommended for families travelling with kids. There is a section where you can enjoy all kinds of spas and waterslides and pools with your bathing suit, and there another one were you go naked.

Prices

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If you want to have access to just the bathing suit section, the price is ¥2,900 for adults and ¥1,600 for children.

If you want to access the no clothes spas, the price is ¥1,900 for adults and ¥1,200 for children.

If you'd like to have access to both areas, the price for adults is ¥4,100 and ¥2,100 for children.

The red wine bath

The red wine bath is one of the highlights of the place. You might be skeptical but actual red wine is mixed in it, which is supposed to be excellent for the skin. This bath is in the bathing suit area.

There's a sake, coffee, tea, and chocolate pool too!

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Red wine is not the only interesting spa you can enjoy. Indeed, there are also a Japanese sake bath and a coffee bath among many others. If you go to a Japanese sento (public bath) you'll often find herb or tea-infused baths, so the concept is not that strange for Japanese people. Sake baths are called "nihonshufuro" and are believed to have health benefits.

Access

If you are leaving from Tokyo, You can get to Hakone by taking the Romance Car (name of the train of the Odakyu Line) from Shinjuku Station (90 minutes). Ride this train up to the Hakone Yumoto Station. From there, take the Hakone Tozan Bus or the Izu-Hakone Bus until the Kowaki-en bus stop (20 minutes).

Finally...

There are some restaurants in Yunessun but if you want to eat outside, check out this list of excellent restaurants in Hakone.
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Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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