2-31-26, Daita, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 155-0033


This open-air bath with its source of Ashinoko Hot Springs in Hakone is a simple alkaline hot spring that has great effects for your skin. There women's bath has an original aroma mist sauna and a dry sauna in the men's bath. In addition, you can enjoy the soundscape as time passes in the indoor bath with a view of a private garden for a relaxing bathing experience.



The poet Mokichi Saito spent his last years in Daita. His final collection of works entitled Tsukikage is the namesake for our Japanese restaurant. Enjoy course meals featuring seasonal items from all over Japan while in being in Tokyo as well as a variety of sakes carefully selected by our sake master.

Saryo Tsukikage

The culture of Daita, which once used to be covered in tea leaf fields and flourished in the tea industry is recreated for today. As an area that serves as a café during the day and bar at night, it features a great menu for the body and soul prepared under the supervision of the head chef at the Japanese restaurant Tsukikage, which can be enjoyed after taking a relaxing soak in the hot springs.



We offer spa treatment services which provide both physical and mental healing for an even more relaxing experience.


By Railway

Odakyu Shimo-kitazawa Station: 8 min. on foot
Setagaya Daita Station: 1 min. on foot
Shibuya Station: 3 min. on Keio Line
Shinjuku Station: 7 min. on Odakyu Line

From Airport

Haneda Airport: Approx. 60 min. by train, approx. 50 min. by bus (from Shibuya Station)
Narita Airport: Approx. 90 min. by train (Skyliner), approx. 100 min. by bus (from Shibuya Station)

By Bus

Check-in  15:00~
Check-out  ~11:00
Available Creditcards

○We do not offer services with the use of hot springs only.

Cancel Policy
3days before arrival date: The room fee 20%
1day before arrival date: The room fee 50%
On the date of arrival: The room fee 80%
Cancellation without prior notice: The room fee 100%

2-31-26, Daita, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 155-0033
tel: +81-(0)3-5431-3101