Mount Fuji Seiyoen is the ultimate wellness retreat. Tucked away in the mountains, this fully equipped facility is surrounded by natural forests and streams. Retreat-goers will reconnect with nature, be treated to massages, onsen experiences, classes on preparing your own holistic remedies, and more. Programs here include healthy vegan cooking and medicinal teas, carefully selected and customized just for you according to Eastern medicine practices, the results of your mandatory Ryodouraku exam. Must be 20 years old and up to attend. Retreats generally run from 2 PM to 10 AM the following day.
Hitsuki Club, or Sun and Moon Club, is a luxury wellness resort located at the foot of Mount Fuji. They offer a variety of programs for guests, all undertaken under the supervision of the resident medical staff. Expect scenic views of Mount Fuji, fresh, locally sourced food, traditional herbal teas, treatments focusing on Eastern medicine and more. Hitsuki Club knows that when it comes to wellness, the setting can be just as important as the treatment program, and were one of the first to discuss “Nature Deficit Disorder” as a real ailment.
Escape to the spa at Aman Tokyo, a luxury facility with panoramic views of the city seemingly no matter where you look. Aman Spa features everything you could want from a wellness retreat, from customized massage and body treatments, relaxing steam rooms and hot springs, to its own yoga and Pilates studios. Their one-day wellness retreat known as the Aman Wellness Programme includes a private fitness class of your choice, signature massage or facial, facilities access and lunch for ¥70,000 (US$625).