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Shimizuyu南青山 清水湯

Public Bath

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.


Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 3-12-3 (Shibuya / Harajuku / OmotesandoArea)

phone 0334014404

[Weekday]12:00-24:00(Last entry23:30)
[SaturdaySundayPublic holiday]12:00-23:00(Last entry22:30)

Review of Shimizuyu

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2016/06/20 Very unwelcoming
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...
Reviewed:2016/04/14 キレイ
とてもいい♨です、いつも混みますけど。お風呂は4種類もあります、どれも広くてキレイです。It is very big and clean, good location and good to have a pint after the bath.
Reviewed:2019/12/25 悪くはないですが

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Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 3-12-3 [ map ]
Shibuya / Harajuku / OmotesandoArea
[Weekday]12:00-24:00(Last entry23:30)
[SaturdaySundayPublic holiday]12:00-23:00(Last entry22:30)

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