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Hot Spring / Hot Spring Bath

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.


Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kabukichou 1-1-2 (Shinjuku / YoyogiArea)

phone 0352851726

Open 24 hours

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Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kabukichou 1-1-2 [ map ]
Shinjuku / YoyogiArea
Open 24 hours
open everyday (in the case of facility inspection, maintenance, etc., closed)
[Bathing charge] Adults (Over 18) 2,364 yen, Junior high school students and older children under 18 years 1,620 yen
[Bathing charge (members)] 2,148 yen
[night-time premium (Monday-Friday)] 1,836 yen
[midnight charge (SaturdaySundayPublicPublic) holiday/Specified Sunday)] 2, 160 yen
[Holiday extra (Saturday Sunday Public holiday/specified Sunday)] 324 yen [bedrock bath] Admission fee 810 yen
[extension fee Friday (every 30 minutes)] 324 yen
Parking Lot
Available (public Shinjuku parking)
Credit Card
Available (Ginko also available)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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