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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4.02 weeks ago
If you are American, be comfortable with naked people and yourself being naked to fully enjoy this traditional Japanese custom! The multiple indoor and outdoor baths (by gender) was truly amazing! If you happen to visit during a cold month, for sure relax in the outdoor hot pools! They need a better explanation of the full door to baths process. Storing your shoes was ok, but there's a 'men's room just for the first dressing' then a second men's room again to get fully naked and shower before entering the baths. At some point you will have a shoe locker key, normal clothes key, and a 3rd key for the final locker before the baths.
5.03 weeks ago
This was a great way to spend our last day in Tokyo before heading to the airport.
It is a little out of the way and we couldn’t find the shuttle bus so we walked it from the train station but was worth it.
There are lots of different pools to enjoy and if you get hungry can easily get a meal without having to leave.
It was really nice to be able to enjoy the common areas with my wife before going back to the pools to relax.
As an Australian the idea of onsen can be scary but once I took the leap I was hooked. Such a great experience.
5.0a week ago
Try it, you'll love it. Perfect way to unwind, relax and rejuvenate. Had some really top no ch Tskemen as well... And great beers!
4.0a week ago
Highly commercial hot spring, and thus somewhat expensive, but it is fairly visitor friendly. Also has pretty good food and drink options. Well worth considering if you are up for a hot spring experience and are unsure about going to a smaller local one
5.02 weeks ago
A perfect place to experience the Onsen™, in a place that is also accommodating to foreigners in general. Apart from tattoos, but they can be covered up with tattoo covers which can be found in any Don Quihote in Japan.
The food is also reasonably priced and options plentiful.
The after 18.00 pass saves you a bit of cash, but coming earlier in the day lets you enjoy the place with fewer people around.
All in all, do visit if you have the time and inclination.