Attraction 2-57 Aomi, Koto, Tokyo Prefecture 135-0064, Japan Published on: 26-02-2016

3 hours
11:00 AM - 09:00 AM
02:00 PM
05:00 PM
First-time visit
22.00 - 29.50 USD

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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Ooedo-Onsen-Monogatari is a natural onsen (hot spring) theme park in the Odaiba area near Tokyo Bay. Your visit will not be completed without visiting this place.

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Why Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari is special ?

Ooedo-Onsen-Monogatari, located in the popular Daiba area, opened in 2003 as Tokyo’s first and only onsen (hot springs) theme park. Inside the building, constructed in traditional Japanese style, there are baths fed by natural hot springs pumped from 1,400 meters underground, open-air baths perfect for enjoying fine weather or starry night skies, a foot bath set in a large Japanese-style garden, and plenty of other bathing facilities. There is also a re-creation of a traditional street from the days when Tokyo was called Edo to offer visitors an authentic onsen experience that is sure to be one of the highlights of their trip to Japan.

What to explore at Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari?

In addition to housing natural hot spring baths, open-air baths, saunas and more, this Edo era onsen theme park also does a line in festivals, fortune telling, places to drink and dine, shopping, and even overnight accommodation.

Oedo Onsen Monogatari houses six different type of baths, including one in which you can lie down (‘neyu’), a lukewarm bath ideal for summer (‘nuruyu’) and a special bath for dogs (‘Tsunayoshi Bath Tub’). The water is rich in sodium and chlorine ions, drawn from 1,400m underground, and the thermal baths here are thought to be effective in relieving nerve, muscle and joint pain.

One special attraction can be found out in the Japanese garden – a 50m long foot bath, styled after an old ukiyo-e classic depicting the famed Edo-Kyoto highway. For visitors who enjoy strolling barefoot, there’s even a ‘Doctor Fish’ foot bath, where small fish eat away the dead skin cells and other rough nastinesses.

Source: http://www.timeout.jp/

How to get to Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari?

By car: Approximately 3 minutes from the Daiba Exit on the Daiba Line of Route 11

Approximately 4 minutes from the Rinkai-Fukutoshin Exit on the Bayshore Route

From Haneda Airport:Jonanjima Tunnel, approximately 18 minutes

By train: Approximately 2 minutes by foot from Telecom Center Station on the Yurikamome Line

Approximately 7 minutes by shuttle bus (free of charge) from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line

By bus: From Hamamatsucho bus terminal, in front of the JR Hamamatsucho Station, take the bus for Tokyo Big Sight and get off at the Telecom Center-mae stop.

2 minutes by foot from the Telecom Center-mae stop

Source: http://www.gotokyo.org/

Selling points

  • Great experience in Japan
  • Great fun with hot springs
  • All you need for a break
  • Relaxing end for a hectic holiday
  • Amzing experience with Japanese onsen
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2-57 Aomi, Koto, Tokyo Prefecture 135-0064, Japan

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Tips for you

  • No need to carry your wallet inside the place since everything is bar-code managed. The vending machines, the spa and massage places, restaurants, etc. You pay at the end of your visit.
  • NOTE: Anyone with even a small tatoo will not allowed to enter. Most people know that after paying for the bill. This information is not published on the website.
  • When you want to leave the place, please do not forget the plastic tickets the guys at the counter give you. If you do not show the ticket to the guy in charge of the shoe locker area,you simply cannot leave the place.
  • Common area where everyone is wearing their colorful light robes (provided with entrance) has food, drinks (full alcohol), snacks and games (video and carnival-like ones) that can all be charged to your account on your key to be paid upon exit.
  • The main bath areas are separated by gender, and have a series of indoor and outdoor baths and a sauna
  • For the "shy" people be aware you are totally naked in these hot springs.
  • When you change into the clothing provided "you are allowed to keep your underwear on", after changing you enter the "food court" plenty various places to eat and drink you then have the choice of going outside and dipping your feet into the extended "foot spa" a long shallow hot spring with various types of rocks on the bottom to stimulate the pressure points.
  • There's an entrance fee which pretty much allows you to use the onsen & relaxation rooms. For everything else, you need to pay extra.
    Ticket and Pricing
  • The second area is the theme park full of little shops and restaurants.
    Things nearby


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The place is full of tourists and is a bit kitchy. But very kid friendly. Out 12 year old loved the fish

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