Manyo-no-yu hot spring, Odawara

Manyo-no-yu hot spring, Odawara

Odawara is known for its castle of the Hojyo family from the Muromachi era. Today, Odawara is still welcoming many people and considered as one of the leading lodging cities in Tokaido. There is Odawara Oorabori Manyo no yu located just right in front of the station which is surrounded by beautiful mountains and ocean. In the relaxing space of six stories resort, Manyo no yu promises three hospitality for its guests which are, exquisite hot water, exquisite taste, and exquisite peacefulness. Please enjoy one of the best spa in this spa town with luxury accommodation in a new sight born in the town of history.

Manyo-no-yu hot spring, Odawara
ADDRESS 1-5-14 Sakae-cho, Odawara-shi, Kanagawa, Japan 250-0011
TEL 0465-23-1126

Open 24 hours


Opens all year long 24 hours a day 7 days a week


· Adult (junior high school student and above)
2,300 yen (excluding tax)
· Children (elementary school students)
1,200 yen (excluding tax)
· Infants (3 years old ~ preschool children)
900 yen (excluding tax)
· Under 3 years old


1 minute walk from Odawara Station (West exit)


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