Waiting for an early morning trip departure or arriving in Tokyo past midnight?
Forget the hassle of staying in a hotel when you can relax and rejuvenate at an all-night spa.
This guide will introduce you to the best spas in Tokyo that remain open throughout the night.
All of the spas recommended here are within easy access to nearby train stations.
Located a nine-minute walk from Shinjuku Station, Thermae-Yu (テルマ-湯) is popular for its carbon dioxide bath that is the largest in Tokyo.
It provides various services that include bedrock baths, massages, and beauty treatments, as well as housing a sauna, a café and a bar.
The women’s-only lounge ensures female guests will feel safe and relaxed, and there are also two restaurants in the spa that are convenient for girls’ gatherings.
Thermae-Yu is open 24 hours and its standard fees are 2,405 yen for a 12-hour stay during the week.
An extra 880 yen is charged on weekends.
Late night or early morning admission requires an additional fee of 1,870 yen from Monday to Friday, as opposed to +2,750 yen on weekends.
There are membership discounts available as well.
Ikebukuro: Times Spa Resta
Times Spa Resta
Times Spa Resta offers high-quality relaxation spaces on the 10th to 12th floors of Times Station Ikebukuro, which is just eight minutes’ walk from JR Ikebukuro Station.
The clean and luxurious facilities ensure guests have a relaxing time enjoying the spa’s jacuzzi, massage baths and open-air baths.
It’s also home to a popular Finnish sauna that has been selected as the best sauna in Tokyo.
The fee-paying premium lounge offers semi-private spaces where you can watch films and healing programs while lying down in one of their fully flat seats.
In addition, there’s a women’s-only lounge where female guests can rest in safety during the night.
The opening hours are from 11:30 am to 9:00 am the next day throughout the year, and its fees are 2,850 yen during the week.
Extra charges are added on weekends, public holidays and midnight admission.
Situated just a minute’s walk from Ogikubo Station, Nagomino-yu (なごみの湯) allows you to savor not just their baths (which include a natural hot spring and carbonated bath) but also their healing spa facilities that include a bedrock bath and Finnish steam bath sauna.
You can also refresh yourself by taking hot yoga or Pilates lessons in the bedrock bath.
It is open from 10:30 am to the next 9:30 am throughout the year so guests can stay overnight. Adult fees are 1,980 yen for weekdays and 2,180 yen for weekends and holidays.
Attached to Tokyo Dome: Spa LaQua
Spa LaQua, which is on the 6th floor of the Tokyo Dome City, is also open until morning.
It’s conveniently located in the heart of the city, just a minute’s walk from Korakuen Station and six minutes from Suidobashi Station.
The spa exudes a resort-like atmosphere, with a natural hot spring, a bedrock bath, and a low heat sauna, as well as a beauty salon, massage treatments and an open-air bath with toiletries from luxurious brands.
Guests are also treated to a sumptuous array of food at the on-site restaurant and café, which focuses on health and beauty.
Spa LaQua is on the 6th floor of the Tokyo Dome City.
It is open from 11:00 am to the next 9:00 am, and the general fees are 2,900 yen.
Oimachi: Ofuro no Osama
Ofuro no Osama
If you wish to experience many different kinds of baths, then Ofuro no Osama (おふろの王様) is a must-visit spa.
Combining hot water baths and unique types of stone baths, male guests can enjoy 11 different types of bath while women have access to 13.
As the spa is only a minute’s walk from Oimachi Station, female guests will feel at ease, even late at night.
Guests can stay in the spa between 9:30 am and 8:30 am (next day) for 1,380 yen during the week and 1,780 yen at weekends.
Midnight fees are 2,500 yen (regardless of the day) while early risers can benefit from a reduced price of 1,000 yen on weekdays and 1,200 yen on weekends between 6:30 am and 8:30 am.
Akihabara and Kanda: RAKU SPA 1010 Kanda
RAKU SPA 1010 Kanda
One of the advantages of RAKU SPA 1010 Kanda, which was newly opened in March 2019, is its convenient location.
It’s accessible from numerous stations, including Kanda, Akihabara and Ochanomizu, with the spa just 15 minutes on foot or around five minutes by taxi from each.
RAKU SPA 1010 Kanda
You can choose either a long stay or a quick, three-hour stay in the spa, with the option to take a bath, read comic books and magazines or even study and work in the co-working spaces.
Equipped with a change room and monthly rental shoe lockers, the spa is also utilized by running enthusiasts.
You can read comic books and magazines.
Open from 11:00 am to 8:00 am (next day), the spa costs 1,490 yen on weekdays and 1,590 yen on weekends.
An additional 1,300 yen is applied between 1:00 am and 5:00 am.
Shinagawa: Natural Hot Spring Heiwajima
Natural Hot Spring Heiwajima
Renowned for its natural carbonated spring, which contains a high level of carbonic acid, Natural Hot Spring Heiwajima (天然温泉 平和島) is only three minutes from Heiwajima Station and 10 minutes from Omori Station near Shinagawa, both of which are served by a 100-yen bus.
In addition to a variety of relaxing baths and massage services, a fee-paying premium lounge.
Here, guests can enjoy watching VOD lying down on one of the reclining chairs that can be completely flattened.
With a variety of entertainment facilities nearby that include cinemas, bowling alleys and karaoke centers, many guests decide to visit the 24-hour spa to relax afterward.
A women’s-only lounge is also available.
The spa charges 2,000 yen on weekdays and an additional 300 yen on weekends.
Odaiba: Oedo-Onsen Monogatari
You can also stay after midnight in the famous Oedo-Onsen Monogatari (大江戸温泉物語), which is only a two-minute walk from Yurikamome’s Telecom Center Station.
The spa is located in the popular Odaiba area, which entertains guests with its festive Edo town mall and a variety of festive games in pretty Yukata.
You can also pamper yourself with one of the spa’s therapeutic treatments that include esthetic treatments, head spas and foot reflexology.
You can rental Yukata.
The spa is open from 11:00 am to 9:00 am the next day, and the admission fees are 2,768 yen (Saturday and Sunday are 2,988 yen and special days are 3,098 yen).
Asakusa: ROX Matsuri-Yu
ROX Matsuri-Yu (ROXまつり湯)’s main attraction is undoubtedly its fascinating views of the Tokyo SkyTree, which guests can savor from the open-air bath.
The floor of the open-air bath is covered with jade, which is believed to help ease tension. Why not indulge your body and mind with a relaxing bath after work?
Matsuri-Yu is on the 7th floor of Asakusa ROX, a shopping and gourmet complex that’s just eight minutes’ walk from Asakusa Station.
The spa is open from 10:30 am to 9:00 am the next day, and the admission fees are 2,750 yen, with additional fees of 330 yen on weekends and on public holidays. (Sunday is until 11:00 pm)
275 yen is added to the general fees for every half-an-hour between midnight and 5:00 am.
A five-minute walk from Ryogoku Station will take you to the relaxing spa, Edoyu (江戸遊).
Established in June 2019, Edoyu attracts guests with its traditional Edo period atmosphere, which aligns perfectly with the Ryogoku area.
The bathtub-shaped co-working space is called Yu-Work and has a sauna conference room that looks exactly like a sauna.
Yu-Work offers male and female guests separate working spaces so women can feel completely relaxed.
The spa also spoils guests with six types of baths, three different saunas, three bedrock baths and various aesthetic treatments.
It is open from 11:00 am to 9:00 am the next day, and the general fees are 2,750 yen.
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