Odaiba Tokyo Oedo-Onsen Monogatari, Aomi

3.7
#1 of 42 in Baths in Tokyo
Experience the Japanese bathhouse culture at Odaiba Tokyo Oedo-Onsen Monogatari, an ornately decorated complex of hot springs and spas. Choose a vibrant kimono-like bathrobe to wear in the common area, where you can dip your feet in the shallow pools, use the spa services, or hang out in the garden and food court. To enter the hot springs, which are divided by gender, you’ll have to leave your robe in the locker room, as the onsen is for nude bathing only. Take note that tattoos are strictly forbidden in the complex, so if you can’t cover it with a bandage you might be asked to leave. Using our custom trip planner, Tokyo attractions like Odaiba Tokyo Oedo-Onsen Monogatari can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • I went to the crowd on Saturday afternoon. It is close to the telecom center on the other end of Odaiba. It is a quiet place away from the hustle and bustle of Odaiba. Because I went by car, the price changes by the time of use to the time z parking of the tie-up. 1000 yen because I did less than four hours. I think that it is good even if it is cheaper. There are only foreigners near the entrance, waiting for buses. Chinese, South East Asian, Western? People of various nationalities. A lot of people line up at the reception when entering inside. The key to the shoebox is mostly Chinese, Koreans, and Japanese around waiting for themselves from beginning to end. Because the cost on Saturday and Sunday increases by 1000 yen on weekdays, a considerably high bath towel and a bathroom towel are rented. Yukata can also be chosen in various ways, and you can walk in this yukata. There is a bar code in the key of the locker, and it uses all the inside by this, and the meal and the play are also. I don't need a wallet, but if I go shopping without knowing it, I'll get hurt at check-out. First of all, it changes into yukata in the changing room and the locker, and there is a street stall of the edge sun style and the Edo period style food court when going out to the main street. It is too lively with a serious person. Most of the young people were young. I feel like a foreigner until about 18 in the evening. I don't know if it's Japanese or Chinese or Korean, but it's all about conversation. About two percent of Japanese? The public bath is large, and even if there are a lot of people, it is not so much a care.
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  • First of all: visit this place in the night. Seriously. Imagine as you are laying naked in the hot water under the Moon and the sky full of stars in a traditional Japanese bath. It is priceless. A few...  more »
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