Oedo Onsen Monogatari4.9
Oedo Onsen Monogatari is a hot spring theme park in the Odaba area. The theme park features street scenes from the Edo period, enabling you to soak up the atmosphere of good old days. One strict rule is that you wear yukata (light kimono) while staying outside the bath area. There are 19 different yukata designs to choose from, and each of them will help you transport into the bygone era.
A variety of baths are available - outdoor, sand, rock salt and foot baths - and you can relax in many different eateries and squares. This is a good place for couples and families as males and females can spend time together in most areas. Accommodation is also available for an overnight stay.
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Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 7.4km) Google Transit
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5.0in the last week
I really enjoyed this place. You wear yukata while inside and everything is nicely decorated so you feel like in the movie about Japan. I got a back massage which felt really good. I love sauna and hot baths, so I spend good 3 hours just in the pools. I didn’t try any food, but 2 beers at the end were the perfect finish. If your flight is early in the morning, you can stay here over night. They have extra lockets (400 yen) for bigger luggage. (Not for the extra massive though).
5.0in the last week
Location easily reachable by train within Tokyo. Great baths, as well as many food places/games. Felt very much like a festival. Reasonable priced, including food. A meal costing ~10$ us depending on what you order. Korean body scrubs leaves you feeling so smooth, though it is a somewhat intimate experience with your scrubber, so be warned. Overall fun time.
5.03 months ago
An amazing experience. A great hot spring theme park if you are in Tokyo. The springs are refreshing and there is enough space to accommodate the many people there. There are also massages, thought they are fairly pricey. Many great food options in the main area, all very delicious and not too expensive. You also wear a traditional clothing. A great way to relax and have fun at the same time! Highly recommended!
5.0a month ago
A great opportunity to have Onsen experience without going too far outside of the city. Might look a little bit confusing for a first comer / foreigner - so just follow the flow of people. You get a wrist tag that you can use to charge everything inside, pick the kimono of your size and than go to first changing room. Than you get into the big food court from where you can enter second changing room and the bath itself. Note that you should be totally naked in the bath area which might be a surprise for some. After the bath, you could go back into the food court and hang out there pretty much as long as you want. After you finished, you are charged at the exit based on the time you spent inside.
They also have a free shuttle bus which takes you to few locations including Tokyo Station, much more convenient than taking metro with several connections
5.0a week ago
Had a great onsen experience. Signs around the complex were in multiple languages including English and the staff spoke sufficient English so it was easy to understand what to do or where to go. There is a metro stop 30 seconds worth of walking away from the front door. They allow foreigners but no one with tattoos to enter. There are places to eat and drink inside which you reach before entering the hot spring area. The hot springs themselves include indoor and outdoor pools. Facilities were clean and spacious.