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A part of the sprawling Tokyo Dome City entertainment complex, Spa Laqua offers several reinvigorating facilities and services, such as open air baths, whirlpool baths, saunas and massages. Manged by an efficient staff eager to cater to all your needs, the establishment is sure to relieve you of any fatigue and stress, allowing you the opportunity to spend a wonderful time in a relaxed atmosphere. Please note that the spa enforces strict policies with regards to tattoos. Complete with hot springs and foot baths, this soothing place will ensure that you leave feeling fully refreshed and rejuvenated!
This delightful and picturesque pond, located inside Ueno Park, is an extremely charming place to spend an afternoon. It's a completely natural pond, even though it was once drained, and was dug out of marshland in the early seventeenth century. Now, it's the place for romantic walks and boat rides (from spring to early winter), and from July to the middle of August, you can see pink lotus flowers bloom. The park is close to the Toshugo Shrine; allow yourself a full morning or afternoon to enjoy both attractions.
Jakotsu-yu has been a popular hot spring in Tokyo for many years. This hot spring is different from other Japanese hot springs because the color of the water is black. It is said that this black water makes blood circulation improve. In many cases, people who have tattoos are not allowed to enter hot springs in Japan, however Jakotsu-yu permits those with body art. Come enjoy Japanese bath culture!
Only in Tokyo could you find a hot-spring theme park, and why not? Hot springs, traditionally believed to have healing and restorative properties, are older than Japan itself—so why shouldn't everyone have access to them, for a fee of course. Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari to the rescue! Located in Daiba, this establishment is open almost all night, catering to anyone and everyone. Entry entitles you to a yukata of your choice, a private locker and access to a variety of baths and massages. Or you can quaff a cold one while meandering around the Edo-themed food court where you can also buy some souvenirs. A must-visit for a fulfilling Japanese traditional experience, the bath house won't disappoint!
When people talk about Toshimaen, the first thing that comes to mind would be summer and pools. Its Hydropolis has seven swimming pools which include one for surfing and a very complex set of waterslides. You can also enjoy an lazy-pool and a swimming pool. In addition, there is not only water attractions, but also roller coasters, arcade games, and skating link which is opened in winter. If you happen to be around the park during spring and summer, you can see the delightful Cherry Blossoms and Hydrangea garden in full bloom. Admission fares vary depending on which attraction you visit. Please check the website if you wish to get more information.
This pool is located in Haginaka Park. There are two kinds of pools: the first one is an indoor pool, the second one is an outdoor pool (it is only open during the summer). Here, you can enjoy water slides, swimming pools and lazy-rivers. Rules and admission fees are different depending on the season, so please make sure to check the schedule and admission fees on the website.
There are five kinds of pools and three kinds of water slides at Pool WAI. This water attraction is located in the Yomiuri Land Amusement Park. Various kinds of concerts and entertainment shows for adults as well as kids are held here. After swimming, you can eat some food at the food court. This pool prohibits people who have tattoos from entering. Pool WAI is only open during the summer.