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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4.0a month ago
Came for the hot springs with my partner for our first visit to Japan. The baths were very spacious and had plentiful booths for individual grooming. A lot of foreigners also visit this location and most of the staff are multilingual. Inside the baths, you are not allowed to bring a towel in, so be prepared for a massive horde of fully nude men or women, whatever your gender. Tattoos are not allowed. There is a mini shopping and dining area inside the building and is a great location for taking pictures. There are large lockers for tourists who have done a lot of shopping at the nearby malls. There is a shuttle bus from the mall to this location, and you can find a regular bus line along with a subway station.
4.0a month ago
A great spot for relaxation, however, be careful if you have a tattoo!
This place is really great to go as a couple, or group, but if anyone has a tattoo, please go at your own risk! They are very strict with their no-tattoo policy, if you get caught, you'll be escorted out! If you have a tattoo that can be easily hidden in a Yukata, then there should be no problem at all!
Food is decently priced here, nothing too expensive. Stay away from vending machines that sell you 'hot and ready' food because those are never satisfying and I'm sure they're just there for the tourists.
Their pay system is really great, you use a bracelet that comes with your own personal bar code which takes care of transactions till the very end, so prices are not based on length of stay.
Ended up spending about 80 dollars here but that was because I spent too much on the arcade section, to each their own!
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4.0a month ago
How about a theme park where the "rides" are massages, reflexology, body scrubs, doctor fish, foot baths, hot springs, and chill out rooms. The only thing included in the entry price is the use of the indoor and outdoor baths (totally starkers by the way!! So don't be shy). Just that was well worth it. Everything else is charged to your wrist code. We spent a small fortune!!!! However, i felt we deserved it after 2 weeks of walking everywhere.
5.0a month ago
As a non Japanese speaking tourist. Was a great option. Great signage explaining the process and etiquette. Entry gets you outdoor foot soak and gender based public baths.