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  • La Qua

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Iidabashi )
  • Perfect for melting your stress away. The price is a bit expensive compared to most onsens, but it is well worth it! The womens spa area has 6 hot tubs, 2 of which are out-door, as well as 1 mini ...
  • Toshimaen Niwa no Yu

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Koenji )
  • Nice friendly staff, not much english spoken here though but they try their best to make you comfortable. I love the location it's in, makes you feel like a mini-getaway from tokyo city. Onsens are ni...
  • Oedo Onsen Monogatari

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Odaiba )
  • It’s really quite irritating to me how this place is downgraded; referred to as cheap and tacky by the travel guide elite. Maybe it is tacky, maybe it isn’t. What is for sure, though, is it’s im...
  • Jindaiji Onsen Yukari

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Kichijoji )
  • An absolutely great place, with wooden and tatami floors pleasant to step on; the resting-room could be a little quiter (the voices from the cafe next door can be a little disturbing) but otherwise it...
  • Tsurutsuru Onsen

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Hachioji )
  • The location is the best thing about this onsen. The road itself - half an hour through the woods - is very pleasant. They had plenty of land to build the onsen but perhaps did not use this opportunit...
  • Soshigaya Onsen 21

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Futakotamagawa )
  • Pay 1000 yen and enjoy also a cool swimming pool, a jet bath and sauna. (450 yen let you visit hot baths and a cold air booth. Numerous shops around let you do your shopping after bathing. The Soshiga...
  • Utsukushi no Yu

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Kichijoji )
  • Good as onsens go. It is very close to the Takaido train station on the Inokashira line. Enjoyed the bath and had a green tea ice-cream afterwards.I would go back again.
  • Seta Onsen

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Futakotamagawa )
  • Seta Onsen Sanga no Yu is built on the premises of the Mito Tokugawa family. The facility draws natural hot water from an underground spring. The indoor bath is made from natural Japanese cypress. T...
  • Froppi

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Hachioji )
  • This onsen is an ideal place to soak after a hike on nearby Mount Takao. There are a number of baths are on offer but Furoppi really concentrates on the services and entertainment, including live musi...
  • Seoto no Yu

  • Onsen ( Hachioji )
  • A stunningly designed onsen in the pretty Akiruno area of western Tokyo. Bathers enjoy an indoor bath, rotemburo and sauna; for after bath relaxation there are are lounges and private rooms (prices st...
  • Moegi no Yu

  • Onsen ( Hachioji )
  • An onsen in Okutama in a lovely natural setting, with a lovely rotemburo and an outdoor co-ed foot bath. The bathing areas are divided into two sections, which change monthly between men's and women's...
  • Roten Garden

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Hachioji )
  • A number of different baths and saunas are divided into two sections, which switch back and forth between genders each day (both feature rotemburo, indoor baths and saunas). After bathing cool-down op...
  • Take no Yu

  • Sento (Public Bath), Onsen ( Azabu-juban )
  • A very basic onsen, Take no Yu is hard to distinguish from an old-fashioned sento until you take a dip in the onsen, with its startlingly black mineral-rich water. Said to be good for the skin, the wa...
  • Kodai no Yu

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Kinshicho )
  • Onsen with indoor and outdoor baths, saunas, a range of massage and esthetic treatments, and private baths (from 2100 yen per hour). After bath options include relaxation rooms with beds or TV-equippe...
  • Speak English
  • Prince Park Tower Spa

  • Fitness Clubs, Spas, Onsen, Water Parks & Pools ( Hamamatsucho )
  • It is a lovely onsen found in Tokyo. I really enjoyed it and it was not too expensive. Everyone who worked there was really nice.
  • Sakura

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Sugamo )
  • A classy onsen with beautiful baths and a number of services, like akasuri, gamban-yoku, and a kid’s room. A free shuttle bus runs to and from Sugamo station a few times an hour.
  • Spa Gardish

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Futakotamagawa )
  • A super onsen with a bargain entry fee. Massage, reflexology, akasuri and gamban-yoku are available, as is a private “family bath” (3150 yen per hour).
  • Heiwajima Onsen Kurhaus

  • Super Sentos, Onsen ( Gotanda )
  • A large onsen with several baths, a sauna and gym. Open all night; a free shuttle bus runs to and from Heiwajima Station a few times per hour.
  • Tsuru no Yu

  • Onsen ( Kinshicho )
  • In business since the Edo era, this onsen features basic baths filled with kuroyu, natural hot spring water so dark it appears black.
  • Togoshi Ginza Onsen

  • Onsen ( Gotanda )
  • Onsen with two separate zones each featuring a simple but nice bath and rotemburo, alternating daily between men’s and women’s use.
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