Oedo Onsen Monogatari

Sightseeing information about Oedo Onsen Monogatari in Japan.


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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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5.02 months ago

An onsen themed park with many food, drinks and games stalls built into the park. It has many pools and an outdoor area for foot spa. The food here is great and portion is good too. You can spend half a day here and be well rested and entertained. Good for groups and couples to come. The spa is sodium chloride water and there are 4 types of pool. The less hot, the more hot, the cold and the outdoors. There is a steam sauna and a jacuzzi in there too. You can spend an hour in there to recover from your tiredness and stress. After that you can enjoy yourselves with the many restaurants and games stalls around. The staff here are all English friendly and very hospitable. A 5 star experience for me.

5.03 weeks ago

The most amazing bath house in Daiba! Inexpensive and worth every penny! Included in the price is access to the bathhouse and foot bath outside, as well as access to all the festivities inside the facility. You pay for any of the food, souvenirs, and other activities inside, like the fish foot bath. The food once you step outside the changing area is amazing! Really good sushi and yakitori. The ice cream was to die for! It’s incredibly clean, even though you don’t wear shoes inside. The outdoor area is stunning, as well as the actual bath house. They provide you a kimono to change into so everyone is dressed the same. They also give you towels. The food court area is designed to look like an indoor festival, making spending a day here easy. 100% recommend everyone in Tokyo looking for a proper bath house experience.

5.03 months ago

We went here for New Years Eve five years ago and had a blast. Went back again yesterday and it was just as great. Definitely less crowded in the day time. The food is decent, the areas well maintained. There is also a hotel upstairs. Perhaps we'll try that next

5.0a week ago

Hot spring is part of the culture in Japan. Your trip to Japan will not be completed without visiting hot springs. This is a great recommendation if you live near Tokyo. The number of options to take bath at different waters with with different effects would be surprising for first time visitors. You can buy souvenior and food court feed your taste buds with variety of japanese food. There are buses available from different location. This is one of the must experience places in Tokyo.

1.0a month ago

Place hates on tattoos, we road 2 hours to enjoy ourselves and have fun at this place only to walk up to the door and find a sign that says no tattoos allowed. We looked on the website and had to scroll all the way down the website just to find it and even then it was labeled in a drop down section on the page. You'll have a better time at the Hilton hotel a 20 minute walk from there. Little bit more expensive but well worth the adult time a person needs where as this place denied us...it is a family institution but people with tattoos have families too and this is disgraceful being their reasoning for the denial of people with tattoos is because they link them to the mafia...I am not Japanese nor do I speak Japanese and I am definitely not linked to the Japanese mafia.

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