Open 24 hours a day*Baths are unavailable from 10:00
am to 12:30 pm due to cleaning
japan is one of
the world's leading hot spring countries
Hot springs have long been loved
by the Japanese for
their ability to prevent disease,
promote health, bestow beauty and anti-aging benefits,
and soothe the body and mind.
Izumi Tenku no Yu at Haneda Airport is a natural hot spring with a view.
The panoramic view before your eyes lets you take in views of
airplanes as well as Mount Fuji, a symbol of Japan.
With a sauna, Hot stone sauna, massage, a dining area, and more, these replete facilities are more than just a hot spring.
Immerse yourself in the hot springs here for a moment of bliss.
Experience an extraordinary sense of openness,
hot springs overlooking views of the city,
and luxurious indoor baths.
Natural hot springs (Privately sourced, heated, circulation filter)
- 【Hot spring source name】
- Haneda Airport Izumi Tenku Hot Spring
- 【Hot spring type】
- Iodine-containing high sodium chloride hot spring
(hypertonic, slightly alkaline)
- 7.6 (slightly alkaline)
- Skin dryness, Poor blood circulation, Cuts,
Peripheral circulatory disorders, Depression
- 【Open-air baths】
- Natural hot springs with a view （open-air baths）,
Hot bath（the open-air baths）,
- 【Indoor bath】
- Indoor bath（open-air baths）, Jet bath, Carbonated spring
Two types of authentic saunas
to help you work up a pleasant sweat
to the power of nature
Hotel Villa Fontaine Original Shampoo, Tissues, Cotton swabs, Hairbrush
Lotion, Cream, Hair tonic, Styling mist, Shaving cream, Shaving razor, Panasonic hair dryer
Makeup remover, Cleansing foam, Hair ties, Panasonic hair dryer, Heat protectant spray, Cotton pads
Beauty & Body Care
|Open 24 hours a day *Baths are unavailable from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm due to cleaning.
May be closed irregularly for inspections. Check facility announcements.
Fees (tax included)
*Children ages 0 to 3 years who are still in diapers are not permitted to bathe for safety and sanitation reasons.
*This fee is automatically charged to those entering between 1:00 am to 5:00 am.
*Children not yet of junior high school age may not use the Hot stone sauna.
Cash or credit card payment at the self-service payment machine
Key payment is made at reception.
Usage proceduresView from entering
Welcome to Izumi Tenku no Yu at Haneda Airport.
When entering the facilities, please remove your shoes and put them in the shoebox.
Go through the entrance procedures at reception.
People with tattoos may enter if the tattoo is concealed.
Stickers for concealing tattoos are sold here, so please purchase during reception (¥200).
Use any open locker of your choice.
Put your mobile device, accessories, and clothes in a locker and be sure to lock it.
Remove all clothing before entering the public baths, the open-air baths, and the saunas.
When using the Hot stone sauna, wear the Hot stone sauna robe.
5.Using the Izumi Tenku dining and rest area
Izumi Tenku Dining is a special space where you can take in views of Mount Fuji.
Japanese set meals as well as izakaya-style food perfect for a drink are served here.
The fee for using this area can be paid at hotel checkout as part of your total fee.
6.Payment and exiting
Return the locker key to reception.
Pay using your key number.
The following credit cards are accepted.
Precautions for bathing
Precautions for bathing
Frequently Asked Questions
- Using the Baths
- About Prices and Payment
- About Facilities and Equipment
- What are the hours and when are the baths closed?
Open 24 hours a day. Baths are unavailable from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm due to cleaning.
Payment and checkout procedures are unavailable from 1:00 am to 1:30 am due to machine maintenance.
*May be closed irregularly for inspections. Check facility announcements.
- Are there any age restrictions or other restrictions on entering the baths?
Children ages 0 to 3 years and/or who are still in diapers are not permitted to bathe for safety and sanitation reasons.
Elementary school aged students and younger must be accompanied by a guardian.
Guest must be of junior high school age or older to use the bedrock saunas.
- Can I bring food or drink into the baths?
Food and drink are prohibited.
- Can I re-enter the baths?
Re-entry is not permitted for visitors. Once you have exited, you must pay for admission again.
Guests staying at the hotel may re-enter.
- Can I come empty-handed?
Robes, towel rentals, and a selection of amenities are available so that you may come empty-handed.
Towels can be rented at the vending machines in the changing room (¥200 per towel, tax included).
- Can I bring in a trolley case into the facility?
Suitcases with wheels and trolley cases are prohibited. Please stow your luggage at the Hospitality Center on the 2nd floor or the coin-operated lockers before entering the facility.
- Can I pay with a credit card or electronic money?
We accept credit cards, iD, and QUICPay.
- Which facilities charge fees that are not included in admission?
Food and drink as well as salon and body care services require a separate fee.
Also, visitors using the special hotel guest discount rate will be charged an additional ¥800 (tax included) for the Hot stone sauna.
- Are there any facilities that men and women can use together?
The Hot stone sauna and Izumi Tenku may be used together.
- Is parking for cars and bicycles available?
Visitors may use the parking lot of the Haneda Airport Garden, a shopping complex attached to the hotel.