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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!
Though Tokyo has several hot water baths, what sets Tokyo Somei Onsen Sakura apart is the fact that the spring water is filtered to remove the odor and color without compromising on its benefits. In addition to the sodium-chloride rich natural springs, the venue is the ultimate spot for relaxation and offers spa and chiropractic therapies. Soothe your muscles with the chiropractic treatments or pamper yourself with nourishing body scrubs, this place is a pure self indulgence.
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!
Take a break from your hectic schedule and pamper yourself with a rejuvenating bath at Niwa no Yu. This spring bath is known for its natural hot spring, rich in minerals, and has several health benefits. Designed by famed Japanese architect, Kenzo Kosugi, this is noted as one of the most beautiful baths in town. The outdoor Jacuzzi which boasts of the beautiful views of the Japanese gardens allows a unisex crowd, while otherwise the bath has separate zones for males and females. The whirlpool here, contains water heated up to 35 degrees Celsius (95 degree Fahrenheit) to ensure your comfort. Besides, Niwa no Yu also has enclosed spaces where you can freely soak in the mineral water and relax with some privacy. In addition, there is also a sauna and a steam room in the property. There are well-trained instructors by the Bade pool who guide you to stretch effectively in the pool for your fitness.
Tucked away in the city of Tokyo, where hot water springs are a common feature, Utsukushi no Yu is a popular public bath that doesn't dig a hole in your pocket. This bathhouse offers outdoor and indoor baths with hot as well as cold water. The carbonated spring bath is a popular feature of Utsukushi no Yu and is known to detoxify you by soaking extra carbon dioxide from your skin thus improving the blood circulation. There is a facility for bubble baths with jet nozzles that massage your body improving the overall blood flow. Besides, there is a Jacuzzi tub, open-air sauna, infra red sauna where you can relax while burning the unnecessary fat. Utsukushi no Yu also offers therapeutic massages and a relaxation room for your rejuvenation.