The unique Yasuragi Japanese spa experience has now reopened its doors after months of renovation. They have retained their much-loved, harmonious concept but now in a new, more relaxing and Japanese environment. Yasuragi awaits you at the edge of the pine forest, by the sea just outside Stockholm.
For 20 years, Yasuragi has been a place that people seek out when they want to let go of the daily grind for a while and simply relax. Throughout these 20 years, the Japanese bath has been a cornerstone in the Yasuragi concept – and it will certainly continue to be.
One part of the new, more tranquil, Japanese bath.
The journey towards the new Yasuragi started with a trip to Japan to gather inspiration. The journey finished on 1st January 2018 when the hotel reopened after months of renovation. The refurbishment has given Yasuragi a new welcome area as well as new bathing and relaxation experiences to offer guests. As before, you begin your bathing experience with a Japanese cleansing. After that, you have many options to choose from. Does a carbonic bath sound tempting? Or a relaxing bath in our warm springs with a view of the mountain upon which Yasuragi is built? Perhaps you like the idea of a sleep sauna that is kept at a pleasant 43°C? Or a Japanese footbath? It’s hard to see how you wouldn’t be able to relax while visiting Yasuragi and its Japanese bath.
Although the hotel’s appearance might be different, not everything has changed. For example, the much-loved yukata are still around, as are the bathing costumes and slippers that you get when checking in. A Yukata is a Japanese-style cotton gown that you wear during your stay at the spa – even when visiting the restaurant.
The idea behind all these identical yukata and bathing costumes is to create a sense of uniformity so that guests can more easily relax and focus only on enjoyment.
On top of the Japanese bathhouse, relaxation spaces and the new welcome space, Yasuragi also has a wholly new vegan restaurant called Saishoku, a name that means, fittingly enough, “eater of vegetables” in Japanese. Inside the restaurant, you will find 40 places and a menu that consists of raw food and vegan dishes. The restaurant is connected to the bathhouse and the idea is that it should be easy for guests at Yasuragi to slip over to the restaurant in order to experience something extra during their stay. The À la Carte restaurant and Teppanyaki Kiri are still available, but with new décor.
Yasuragi places a lot of emphasis on sustainability. That’s why the dishes served are based on locally sourced and seasonal produce.
Feel inspired? Do you want to book your next stay at Yasuragi? Learn more about the spa hotel here!
Want more spa inspiration? Here is an article for you: Read about the 10 best spa hotels in the Nordic Region here.