Unfortunately, being a foreigner in Tokyo, provides you only with a few choices of where to go for acupuncture, shiatsu etc. where there is English speaking staff. Despite having heard that the attitude of the staff here was not great, I went ahead anyway and made an appointment to try for myself. A man there, who I believe is the owner was extremely unwelcoming and when I asked questions regarding the massage, he informed me that I should read the website before coming. His attitude towards me was so terrible, I walked out without having my massage. The friend who recommended Egbok to me was so upset when she heard what happened, she called asking why he was so rude and told him that she will never recommend anyone to go there again, to which he replied "that's fine".
I visited this place several times for a combination of acupuncture and massage. The massage itself was very good, however, I found the acupuncture to be quite uncomfortable. Also, I requested that they call me by my family name but they did not.
Exhausted after a long day of work, I needed a legit place to get an effective massage. EGBOK (an acronym for Everything's Gonna Be OK) was just the place I was looking for. Though finding it may be a bit of a challenge since there's no obvious sign, just look for Building 5 in the area and walk in. I was greeted by the kind and experienced Aki-san. She spoke English fluently and was very understanding of particular pains and aches. She recommended an Aromatic Oil massage with Rosemary and Lavender scents. It was a good massage, though 60 minutes felt like it wasn't nearly enough. For Tokyo, I felt the price was reasonable. Be sure to present your 5% Sunny Pages discount coupon. Next time, I'd definitely try the acupuncture here, its a great deal with an oil massage!