Accommodations / Hot Spring Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Odaiba Tokyo Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari
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    4.0
    1129 Reviews
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 2-6-3
    This is an onsen facility in Koto City’s Aomi area that opened in 2003 as an onsen theme park. Both the exterior and interior have been designed to recreate the appearance of an old Edo town, and inside events are held each day such as shuriken-throwing competitions and yo-yo fishing (Japanese game of fishing for balloons). The large onsen, foot bath, and open-air bath that use natural hot spring water coming up from the ground below Odaiba allow you to relax and forget that you are in the heart of the city. There is also accommodation on site.

    We wanted to do something authentic on our last full day in Tokyo- after visiting the giant Gundam statue in Odaiba, we decided to head over to Oedo Onsen Monogatari. It was a bit of a walk from the...

  • Maenohara Onsen Saya-no-Yudokoro
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    4.0
    231 Reviews
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    Tokyo Itabashi-ku Maenochou 3-41-1
    This day-trip onsen facility allows guests to enjoy real hot spring water fed non-stop directly from a natural source while still being in Tokyo. Using a renovated old Japanese home that was built in 1946, the attractive onsen has a relaxed, nostalgic ambience. There are fourteen types of baths with greenish brown mineral water, including the rotenburo (outdoor bath) that is surrounded by greenery, the indoor bath with highly concentrated carbonic spring water, and two saunas. The restaurant is also popular as guests can enjoy soba (Japanese buckwheat noodles) and set meals while gazing out at the kare-san-sui dry landscape that recreates a Showa-era garden. The closest station is Shimura-sakaue Station.

    The onsen is just an hour away from Shinjuku by trains. It is small but new and clean. It is not touristic and has less people there, so it is quiet and relaxing. A few outdoor hot baths and a...

  • Toshimaen Niwa no Yu
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    4.0
    144 Reviews
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    Tokyo Nerima-ku Koyama 3-25-1
    This adults-only bathhouse overlooks a tranquil, 1,200-tsubo Japanese garden by renowned Japanese landscape designer Kenzo Ogata. You can enjoy a moment of bliss in one of six bathing areas, which include an outdoor bath in a natural spring surrounded by a Japanese garden, a bedrock bath, bade zone, sauna and relaxation area, and savor specialty cuisine in the restaurant, bar counter and lounge.

    Really nice place. My husband has a silver-dollar sized tattoo on his ankle we were successfully able to cover up & there were no issues. We went at 6, covered it with make-up and bandaid matching...

  • Tokyo Dome Natural Onsen Spa LaQua
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    4.5
    31 Reviews
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    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kasuga 1-1-1 Laqua Building
    This spa is located within the La Qua shopping complex in Tokyo Dome City. In the spa zone, which uses natural hot spring water bubbling up from deep underground, one can enjoy open-air baths, various indoor baths and a sauna. The Healing Baden zone with the low temperature sauna and relaxation space is a soothing area that looks like a resort in a tropical paradise. The spa also includes body care services and restaurants.

    I have been to a number of spa complexs in Japan and I think this is one of the best here. It contrasts well with the Oedo Onsen Monogatari, which is catered more to families with its various games...

  • Akigawa Keikoku Seoto-no-Yu Spa
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    4.0
    59 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Akirunoshi Otsu 565
    A day trip hot spring facility which also offers dining and lodging. The facility’s waters, welling up from a spring 1,500 meters underground, are highly alkaline and renowned for their skin beautifying properties. Seoto-no-Yu’s indoor bath is constantly replenished with free-flowing waters from the hot spring source, and from here you can enjoy seasonal scenery just beyond the bathhouse windows; at night in the outdoor bath, you can take in a star-filled sky. The facility also offers private bathing rooms which you can enjoy all to yourself (reservation required).

    The onsen itself is not that big, with just 1 indoor bath and 1 covered outdoor one where you can see and smell the forest - if you lean forward, you might be able to catch a glimpse of the river way...

  • Ryusenjinoyu Hachioji Minamino Store
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    3.5
    50 Reviews
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    Tokyo Hachioujishi Katakuramachi 3505
    This day-trip onsen facility located in the Katakuramachi district of Tokyo’s Hachioji City operates a free shuttle bus from four nearby train stations. The highly-concentrated carbonic acid hot spring that is popular for its comfortable and stimulating ambience features three categories of baths comprised of indoor baths, open air baths, and baths in which guests can lie down. There are saunas and 16 types of baths for guests to enjoy including a rock-enclosed bath with fantastic bluish-white light, a jacuzzi that helps massage the body for beauty and weight loss, and a bath for children who are still wearing diapers. In addition to its restaurant and complete offering of relaxation facilities, there is also a ganbanyoku (stone sauna) that is popular among women.

    Many wows are established here! Came here with my very wow partner. We went our seperate ways first into onsen. Salt sauna is nice. Body cleanse to wow levels! Then came out to be wowed once again by...

  • Okutama Onsen Moegi-no-Yu
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    3.0
    86 Reviews
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    Tokyo Nishitamagunokutamamachi Hikawa 119-1
    A day-trip hot spring where visitors can enjoy 100% hot spring water drawn from the source of Okutama Onsen welling up from the paleozoic layer, believed to be the oldest strata in the Japanese archipelago. The hot spring has an indoor bath, a foot bath, and an open-air bath. From the window of the indoor bath and from the bath outside visitors can look out over the mountains and trees of Okutama and the clear waters of the Tamagawa River. There is also a restaurant where visitors can get some unique Okutama dishes, such as Okutama nekkara (very spicy) udon and soba, and salt-grilled river fish, making it a great place to relax and enjoy all day long.

    A quiet local onsen with the most beautiful outside pool where you can look into the mountains on the other side of the Tama river. Only 700Y and its never too busy. There is a restaurant upstairs...

  • Tsurutsuru Onsen
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    4.0
    78 Reviews
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    Tokyo Nishitamagunhinodemachi Oguno 4718
    A day trip hot spring bath facility opened in 1996 in Hinode Town, Nishitama County, Tokyo. “Tsurutsuru” means ‘smooth’ in Japanese, and just as its name implies, the highly alkaline waters of the facility’s baths, drawn from 1,500 meters below the ground, will make your skin noticeably smoother. In the bathhouse’s spacious, 108 tatami mat-sized “panorama” restaurant, sunlight filters in between the trees outdoors through large windows; here you can enjoy a set which comes with Akigawa beef served on a Japanese hackberry leaf or Masakado nabe hotpot with Ome pork.

    its just a small onsen but it has an amazing hot spring water, good for skin , alkalanize the body,,

  • Sengawa Yukemurinosato
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    3.5
    81 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Choufushi Wakabachou 2-11-2
    This is a day-trip onsen facility located about five minutes on foot from Sengawa Station and is a spot that guests can enjoy for its natural hot spring water available at a reasonable price. Guests can enjoy 12 types of baths including a rotenburo (out-door bath), jet bath and relaxation bath, as well a large sauna. The ganban yoku (bedrock bath) that uses ore is popular among women, and 5,000 manga novels are available to peruse in the lounge space. This is a well-equipped establishment with a relaxation facility and an on-site restaurant offering many items from which to choose.

    タトゥーは禁止だ。酷いね。おもてなしがない所だ。Tattoos are not allowed. Not even seals to cover tattoos. This is not a culture issue. This is a discrimination issue. When will places like this wake up?

  • Jindaiji Onsen Yumori no Sato
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    4.0
    83 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chofu-shi Jindaijimotomachi 2-12-2
    This natural hot spring is where you can enjoy the nature of Musashino. The facility features a Feng Shui design to increase the power of visitors. The entrance is built in a position that takes in the energy from the energy flowing down from Jindaiji Temple, and the qi flowing from there is collected in the outdoor bath. The natural hot spring is an isotonic and mildly alkaline sodium chloride spring that can be used for hot spring treatments. The blackish-brown hot water containing many minerals is effective against ailments such as nerve pain, chronic digestive diseases and chronic women's diseases. There are also some of the well-known old temples in Tokyo, Jindaiji Temple and wholesale markets in the neighborhood, as well as Tokyo's first botanical garden, Jindai Botanical Gardens, so we recommend you try to see them while enjoying hot springs.

    Near the Jidaiji Temple (Area famous for Soba restaurants) This onsen spa has an old school rustic charm.

  • Ofuro no Osama Hanakoganei Branch
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    4.0
    69 Reviews
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    Tokyo Kodaira-shi Hanakoganeiminamicho 3-9-10
    A bathhouse located a 13-minute walk from Hanakoganei Station on the Seibu Shinjuku Line. The bathhouse' silky-smooth waters, renowned by customers, are gentle on the skin and are drawn from a natural spring called the Kohaku no Yu 1,500 meters underground. Facilities include the Osama no Yu, a free-flowing spring fed with water straight from this spring; the Fukan Onsen bath, whose waters are virtually the same temperature as the human body; a high concentration carbonated spring bath; and various other distinctive baths filled with natural hot spring water, as well as a sauna. In addition, the bathhouse' bedrock baths are some of the largest in Tokyo. The bathhouse' full array of facilities also includes a restaurant and massage parlor, and it is frequented by large numbers of people looking to relax.

    My dad brought my husband and me to this bathhouse (I think this one is categorized as a super sento) for our first Japanese bathhouse experience. We visited on a rainy Wednesday afternoon--it...

  • Shimizuyu
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    3.5
    42 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 3-12-3
    A public bathhouse in Minami-Aoyama which was established a century ago. In spite of this long history, the facility was remodeled and renovated a few years ago, and the bathhouse has a sleek, modern exterior. The interior is also bright and clean, engendering an atmosphere which ensures that women will also feel comfortable entering and enjoying the bathhouse's comforts. The facility sells a full array of bathing garments and amenities, and bathers are free to come empty-handed and pick up what they need on-site. The bathhouse's Silky Bath generates fine carbonation bubbles, turning the water a milky white, and every Thursday herbal bathing salts are also added, further enhancing its beautifying properties.

    I went there with my two daughters and had a disappointing experience. The young ladies working the front were so unfriendly, no smiles, just cold glares. I could not understand because we dont...

  • Tennen Onsen Gokurakuyu Tama Center
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    3.5
    61 Reviews
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    Tokyo Tama-shi Ochiai 1-30-1
    "This day-trip natural hot spring provides a high-quality place that is an extension of daily life. It is a natural hot spring with water coming from 1,500 meters underground without additional water. Based on the principle of ""safe and secure,"" it is a bathhouse that prides itself with management that does not compromise on water quality management and facility management. For the indoor baths, besides natural hot springs using high-quality natural hot spring water, there are also jet baths, shape-up baths and electric baths. In addition, the outdoor rock bath is popular with people who like hot water because the temperature is set high. It is an appealing hot spring that is just a five-minute walk from Tama Center Station."

    If you dont have enough time to travel to the outskirts of Tokyo for some hot springs, here is one for you. We stopped by here after we were done with Sanrio Puroland. Had a lovely hot spring...

  • Kamata Onsen
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    4.0
    51 Reviews
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    Tokyo Ota-ku Kamatahoncho 2-23-2
    "This public bathhouse was established in 1937 and is located in Ota Ward, Tokyo. The waters of the bathhouse' sodium hydrogen carbonate spring and chloride mineral spring are black and thus the facility is also known as the ""black bathhouse."" The bathhouse abundant array of facilities include high and low temperature baths, a jet bath, electric bath, bath heated from below, and sauna. The bathhouse provides shampoo, body soap, and dryers. There is a large lounge on the second floor with karaoke and food, and here customers can forget the everyday and experience a carefree hot spring journey."

    Train went a different way then planned and this was the nearest onsen to where we ended up. Great little spot. Cheap, black water which was an adventure. Recommend

  • Togoshi Ginza Onsen
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    3.5
    51 Reviews
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    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Togoshi 2-1-6
    This hot spring bathhouse was renovated with the aim of becoming a 21st century bathing style. It features blackish yellow water. It is said to be a beauty bath, with a high pH of 8.6 and a reputation of removing old calluses and making skin smooth. The water type is a sodium-hydrocarbonate saline cold mineral spring, and it is believed to be effective for nerve and muscle pain, sensitivity to cold, and to aid recovery from fatigue. The background picture of Mt. Fuji, symbolizing Japanese public baths, was a joint project between contemporary artists and public bath specialists. Many overseas tourists also come to see this.

    I am American and have heard about Onsens and wanted to try one. I have tattoos so it was hard to find a place that would allow me. You go to the vending machine and get a ticket. Go up the stairs...

  • Thermae-Yu
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    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kabukichou 1-1-2
    This is a day spa facility where you can enjoy a natural open-air hot spring bath “Jindai-no-yu” using water from Nakaizu, and Kanto’s largest highly concentrated carbonated water bath. There are various relaxation facilities and a lounge that can be used to take a rest in the large, luxurious facility. It is a popular dating spot for couples and also with female customers. The facility also includes an Izakaya (Japanese-style pub), an ethnic restaurant and a juice stand. It is convenient as a spot to stay after the last train because it is open from 11 am to 9 am the following morning. The nearest station is Shinjuku Station.
  • Jomon no Yu
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    4.0
    27 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Fuchu-shi Miyanishicho 1-5-1
    A day-use hot spring bathhouse located a one-minute walk from Fuchu Station on the Keio Line. The waters of the bathhouse' sodium chloride/hydrogen carbonate spring are said to prevent post-bath chills. The women's area on floors nine and 10 has a spacious large bath and mist sauna, while the men's area on floors 11 and 12 has a large semi-outdoor bath with a view of distant Mt. Fuji. There are semi-private recliners in the rest lounge, ensuring you can relax without worrying about being seen by other people. The bathhouse' restaurant serves a variety of dishes, and visitors can truly spend an entire relaxing day here.

    Fuchu is local city. It takes 20 minutes from Shinjuku.You cant find foreigners.Therefore this Onsen has only local people. The price is little bit expensive,costs 2,400 yens. So that he has...

  • Oyata Onsen Myojin no Yu
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    4.0
    27 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Adachi-ku Oyata 1-18-1
    A day-use hot spring bathhouse located in a residential area a short way up Tokyo Metropolitan Road Route 318 a 20-minute walk from Kita-Ayase Station. The bathing areas are made with natural hinoki cypress and are supplied by a natural salt-rich chloride spring. The waters of the bathhouse' spring are renowned for warming the body and contain an abundance of salt and iron. The rich mineral content of the spring also adhere to the body, demonstrating superb moisturizing characteristics. Although they can leave the skin feeling slightly sticky immediately after getting out of the bath, once dry the skin feels smooth and silky. Another of the bathhouse' charms is its abundant food menu, include set meals; soba, udon, and other noodles; and snacks and sides.

    いい施設です。露天風呂も広くよく通っています。源泉掛け流しの日は特に人気です。食堂や横になれるスペースも確保してあるので時間がある日にゆっくり時間を過ごすことができます。

  • Keio Takaosan Onsen Gokurakuyu
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    4.5
    7 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Hachioujishi Takaomachi 2229-7
    A day trip hot spring bathing facility with a low-key Japanese atmosphere surrounded by natural beauty located right next to Keio Takaosanguchi Station. Situated at the foot of Mt. Takao and close to the mountain cable car, this popular bathhouse is also perfect for climbers coming down from the mountain. The facility’s natural hot spring waters come direct from the KeioTakaosan Onsen hot spring and are said to soothe muscle and joint pain, ease sensitivity to cold, and beautify the skin. Visitors can enjoy stunning scenery from the facility’s five outdoor baths. The bathhouse’s restaurant serves a signature tororo soba (buckwheat noodles with grated yam) as well as a variety of seasonal dishes.

    帰りの電車の時刻10分前に出ても間に合いそうで、食事をしながら時間調整できます。窓から電車も見えるので小さな子供たちは喜んでいました。 立地を考えると、安く食事が出来て便利だと思います。

  • Murayama Onsen Katakuri no Yu
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    3.5
    22 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Musashimurayama-shi Honmachi 5-29-1
    A day-use hot spring bathhouse located in Musashimurayama City where you can experience bathing in the waters of a hot spring drawn up from 1,500 meters underground. The bathhouse has a Western-style and a Japanese-style bathing area, and which is the men's and which is the women's alternates on a daily basis. Customers can take a relaxing soak in the renowned waters of the bathhouse' spring, which contain metaboric acid and are said to promote post-illness recovery and treat such ailments as nerve pain, joint pain, and sensitivity to cold. The bathhouse also creates special seasonal baths such as a yuzu citrus bath and iris petal bath. The bathhouse also has a swimsuit-required pool area, and many people enjoy aquarobics and water walking here. One of the facility's biggest draws is the fact that you can enjoy both hot spring bathing and swimming for the same low bathhouse entry fee.

    家族で狭山丘陵散策に行き、さっぱりしたいと思っていたら、マップに出て来たので寄りました。 市営のようで、プールもありましたが、きれいな温泉施設で、混んでましたがゆっくりお風呂を堪能しました。 ぬる目の浴槽も複数あり、長居するのにもいいと思いました。 また、上北台駅まで路線バスも出ているので、車がなくても利用できるのも、良かったです。

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