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Reviewed 20 March 2018

This by far was one of my most memorable parts of my trip to Tokyo. (I went with a group of friends.)

After doing a ton of walking (we literally did 20 miles/day or more to see EVERYTHING), it was the most relaxing part of the trip to soak my tired feet. The first thing we did was check in into their Costco-sized onsen/ entertainment center They gave us a little wristband with a barcode on it. This was used to buy food, drinks, and dessert since you aren't going to have your wallet with you once you put it in your locker. We then got to choose our yukatas out of a little selection they had prepared. After dressing up into our yukatas, we met our significant others in the social area to get drinks, ice cream, and eat dinner. Afterwards, we had to go to our designated onsen, separated by gender. It was pretty fun to have a little girls time. Another cool part of the baths is that there are different temperature baths indoors and there is a nature version outside. So, you can hang out in the hot springs outside with all the trees and such. It was really relaxing.

Check out was pretty simple, we just handed over our bracelets. They take credit card, so the transaction was pretty painless.

I love this spot. I definitely recommend it to anyone who just wants to relax and pamper themselves.

Date of stay: April 2017
2  Thank ScottK2720
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Reviewed 3 February 2018

It is a great way to experience Japanese onsen / bath culture in a more relaxed and fun setting. It is great for couples, families, or group of friends.
The place is very tourist friendly and you can easily spend at least half the day in here.

Dining Area:
- Food court area that is designed to look like the old Edo period. They have a lot of different variety of Japanese food stalls to choose from.

Bath Area:
- You will enter the locker room where you will be provided two towels, one large and one small.
- You will have to strip down and leave everything before entering the bath area. (lockers will be provided)
- You may only take the small towel in the bath area.
- There are a lot of different types of baths to choose from, there is even an outdoor bath which was great contrast to the chilly autumn air.
- in addition to the hot baths, there is also a sauna and a cold bath
- don't forget to shower and rinse. (there are Japanese and Western style showers)
- shampoo, conditioner, body wash is available
- locker room also has hair dryers available and also combs and tooth brushes

Rest Area:
- Has a tatami room with tables for groups to lounge in with tea
- also has rest areas with lazy boy style lounge chair with a tv screen for each
- there is also a massage room should you want it but separate rates apply

Outdoor Foot Bath Area:
- the outdoor foot bath is a beautiful area that groups or couple may enjoy while walking round the hot spring

All in all it was a great experience especially for someone who might be intimidated with Japanese bath or onsen culture.

Room tip: bring a bag for your shoes so you don't have to rent a locker before entering the place
Date of stay: November 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Serraphotep
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

Alright, so this place is probably made up about 85% tourist and 15% locals. It's a huge entertainment complex with an onsen attached to it at the back. Everything is carefully laid out with instructions in english so us foreigners won't get lost or walk stark naked into the dining area.

Once you arrive, you will put your shoes away and wear slippers that they provide. Then you will change into a robe and off to the entertainment area. The place is like a food court filled with a lot of different stalls selling different kinds of food. Payment is accepted by the wrist band you're provided (you close the account when you're ready to leave). There's also heaps of gift shops so definitely a good place to get a Yukata!

Once you have eaten (or prior, it's up to you). The guys and gals will split up to the changing room and change (get naked I mean). You will then go to the respective pools / areas (single sex only - sorry to the couples who can't be seperated!).

Definitely worth visiting (there's a train that runs to the area in Tokyo) if you have a couple of hours to burn. However, if you get the timing right, there are shuttle buses that operates (30-60 minutes intervals) which will bring you straight to a major train terminal like Tokyo Station.

Date of stay: October 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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1  Thank alim85
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Reviewed 12 December 2017 via mobile

It is not a good idea to experience a proper spa in Japan.
However, it is a suitable place to experience Japanese hot springs.
In particular, it is easy to approach the downtown area, and it is good to have other tourist maps around.

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank j1choi
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Reviewed 17 November 2017 via mobile

Clean variety of baths. Lovely quaint common area with multiple of restaurants to choose from. Kids even have a few spots to play including an indoor arcade. It was the perfect spot for our layover to rest and rejuvenate.

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank Jess C
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