Iwazura Hot Spring Village
Iwakura Hot Spring Village is located in a quiet hilly area. There are four inns in this hot spring village, and it has an atmosphere that cannot be experienced in the city. The source of the hot spring is designated as a historical site by Ome City, and the smooth water is said to make your skin beautiful. The Kasumi Hills hiking course from Shiobune Kannonji Temple to Iwakura Hot Spring Village is also popular.
Address: Honmachi 192, Ome-shi, Tokyo Ome-shi Tourist Association Secretariat TEL 0428-24-2481
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Access: 25 minutes by bus from Higashi Ome Station on the JR Ome Line, and alight at Iwakura Onsen Bus Stop.
Fees: Adults ¥1,000 for any of the bathing fees.
Wellsanpia Tama is a comprehensive facility equipped with a hotel, conference rooms, banquet halls, a sports plaza, restaurants, a culture school, a hot spring bath, a wedding hall, a leisure pool (summer only), and a large parking lot. Only 40 minutes from central Tokyo, the rich nature of Tama welcomes you. The more time you have, the more “relaxed” you can relax, and the more “relaxed” you can be in the hot spring…refresh your body and mind.
Address:2-31-1 Ochiai, Tama-shi, Tokyo TEL042-376-8511
Opening hours: All year round
Access:10-minute walk from Tama Center Station on the Keio, Odakyu, and Tama Monorail lines. 25 minutes by car from the Kunitachi-Fuchu Interchange on the Chuo Expressway (parking lot: 236 cars)
Rates: Relaxing Plan from 8,800 yen (1 night with 2 meals) Sanrio Pack from 10,000 yen (1 night with breakfast and Sanrio Passport)
Okutama Onsen Moegi no Yu
A one-day hot spring pavilion that uses fluorine hot spring water. Both men and women have indoor and outdoor baths, and you can enjoy beer and snacks after bathing. The hot spring is close to the station and can be easily used by mountain climbers, hikers, and families.
Address: 1191 Hikawa, Okutama-cho, Nishitama-gun, Tokyo TEL042-882-7770
Hours: 9:30 – 21:30 (19:00 from December to February) / Closed: Mondays (or the following day if Monday is a national holiday)
Access:10 min. walk from Okutama Stn. on the JR Ome Line.
Fee: 750 yen
Hinode Mitsuzawa Tsurutsuru Onsen
Located at the headwaters of the Hirai River, which flows through the center of the town, this famous hot spring has a great reputation for being “slippery when you get in and warm when you get out. You can enjoy the richness of nature and the atmosphere of a mountain village. Alkaline simple spring. Neuralgia, muscular pain, an arthritic pain, a frozen shoulder, oversensitivity to cold, etc.
Address:4718 Oaza Okuno, Hinode-cho, Tokyo TEL042-597-1126(Iifuro)
Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Reception until 7:00 p.m.)
Access:Get off at Musashi Itsukaichi Station on the JR Itsukaichi Line, and get off at the last stop of the bus bound for Tsurutsuru Onsen.
Fees: Adults (junior high school students and older): 800 yen Elementary school students: 400 yen