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Oedo Onsen Monogatari 大江戸温泉物語 Super Sentos / Odaiba

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Oedo Onsen Monogatari is a large scale hot spring facility in Odaiba, built resemble the old city of Edo. The facility is quite serious about its baths and will not disappoint onsen lovers, with natural hot spring water drawn from 1400 meters below and piped into 16 various baths including rotenburo (outdoor bath). Bathers get to choose a yukata (kimono-style bath robe) 19 different designs to wear in the coed areas of the park, and bathing is not the only pleasure here: dressed in your yukata, you can dine, shop and have fun in Edo style.

Entry fee includes use of a yukata, bath towel and?hand towel (which must be returned), and soap, shampoo, and conditioner are all provided. Note that a surcharge of 1700 yen will be added to the entry fee after 2:00am.

A free shuttle bus is available from a number of stations including Shinagawa, Tokyo, Toyosu, and Kinshicho, see webpage for details.

Categories Super Sentos , Onsen
Nearest Station Telecom Center
Address 2-57 Omi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5500-1126
Home Page (Available in English)
Business Hours 11:00am to 8:00am, closes monthly for maintenance
Price Admission: 2900 yen for adults, various discounts available for children and during off-peak times
Credit Cards Yes

6 Reviews for Oedo Onsen Monogatari

  • Oedo Onsen Monogatari
  • (2011-07-10)
  • 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 impossible to visit here and not have a good time. Once you get inside you’re accosted by a plethora of relaxing baths, from scalding hot ones to still-quite-hot-but-actually-bearable ones, from steam... Read More

  • Oedo Onsen
  • (2010-12-08)
  • My first experience at an onsen was here and WHAT an experience. I loved it so much I came back a month later and took my sister who was visiting me! This place has been described as a pseudo theme park and that description isn't far off, because the old Edo setting gives the onsen a fun theme and gimmick. Go here with a bunch of friends or with one other person there are so many restaurants and d... Read More

  • (2010-09-04)
  • A bit kitch but a great fun place to take visitors from out of town. My brother got a real kick out of it and loved the decor!

  • Oedo Onsen
  • (2008-11-12)
  • This is an excellent spot to take your out-of-town guests for a 'dip' into the world of Japanese bathing. Set in a large indoor (dare I say Disney-like?) theme park, there are plenty of activities for those who prefer to keep their yukata on, and several different waters (memory says around 7?) for those who prefer to take them off. My favorite highlights include: - When you check in, you will h... Read More

  • Oedo Onsen Monogatari <3
  • (2008-06-30)
  • Oedo Onsen Monogatari is a really cute (and extremely tacky) theme onsen near Odaiba. It’s a fun afternoon trip, however, because of all those tacky things that you can do there. When you arrive you are given a scan-able wrist band which you use to pay for the restaurants and bars etc inside. The best part is next, when you go and get your yutaka (casual kimono) and obi (belt) from the yutaka an... Read More

  • Oedo Onsen Monogatari
  • (2007-10-01)
  • Supa Sento are a fabled wonderland of physical pleasure. While they have all the wonderful features of onsen, they have more spa-like features. Who wouldn't want to go to a wonderland of physical pleasure? Being a fan of onsen, I headed to Oedo Monogatari which is located conveniently close to the Terukomu sento station in Odaiba. The name perplexed me. The "monogatari" in the name is the same... Read More
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