Fuji-no-yu screams nostalgia from its traditional irimoya rooftop. As it’s tucked just away from the road, any visitors here must peep around other buildings before catching Fuji-no-yu in all its gabled glory.

This is a small sento with wood at its heart, as many of its furnishings are of the forestry variety, alongside numerous paintings of owls around the venue. Fuji-no-yu also has a wooden hinoki (Japanese cypress) bath, which is often found at a hot spring inn yet rarely at a bathhouse. There is also an azumaya structure above the hinoki bath, which makes you feel like you’re bathing in a shrine.