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La Qua スパ ラクーア Super Sentos / Iidabashi

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LaQua is a large scale spa facility located in the middle of Tokyo. LaQua boasts about its high water quality, drawn from a natural spring 1700 meters below ground. The natural hot water is used in all the different baths. The spa also provides open areas for couples and families to relax together, unlike traditional spas where men and women are separate. The spas and the four saunas set at various temperatures allow visitors to experience a calm and pleasant moment. The admission fee includes a gown and towels. Shampoo, conditioner and shower soap are provided and children 12 and under are not admitted.

Categories Super Sentos , Onsen
Nearest Station Korakuen
Address La Qua Bldg. 6F, 1-1-1 Kasuga, Bunkyo-ku , Tokyo
Telephone 03-3817-4173
Home Page http://www.tokyo-dome.co.jp (Available in English)
Business Hours 11:00am-9:00am; Closed at an irregular basis for maintenance
Price Admission: Adults (18+): 2565yen; Children: 1785yen; Charged 1,890yen for visits during 12:00am-6:00am
Credit Cards Yes

3 Reviews for La Qua


Biki
  • La Qua
  • (2009-01-16)
  • 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 foot massage tub. Each hot-tub is heated at a different temperature. One, was especially relaxing because it has massage jets, that you can control the strength and direction of. There is also a sa... Read More

CC
  • Hot as hell, but good for you
  • (2008-01-03)
  • To tell you the truth, I am not very keen on onsens, whether indoors or outdoors, especially during the hot summer months. I am the last one to enjoy or adapt to this sort of Japanese culture. In fact, for the longest time, I used to wear my neon colored Local Motion surf shorts inside. Probably attracted more attention than if I just went in my birthday suit. Seriously, La Qua is an experienc... Read More

Ryan
  • La Qua
  • (2007-10-01)
  • Tired? Stressed? Need a vacation from your vacation? Right next to the Tokyo Dome is a fabulous Onsen (public bath) that really relaxes and refreshes you. Laqua Spa is a Super Sento, which means that it is much bigger than most public baths. When you first enter Laqua, you are struck by the beauty of the place immediately and know that you will be comfortable. After storing my shoes in a locker I ... Read More
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