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Oedo Onsen Monogatari Hot Springs

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Most onsens (or hot springs) can be found in Japan’s mountainous or volcanic regions, but Oedo-Onsen Monogatari lets you get a taste of traditional Japanese bathhouses in the heart of Tokyo. The attraction contains 13 hot spring baths, plus the chance to enjoy different kinds of spa treatments, taste traditional food (ranging from popular street food to a fancy kaiseki banquet option), and to try Japanese carnival games.
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General information

Opening Hours:

Oedo-Onsen Monogatari is open daily from 11 am until 9 am the following day. Final entry is at 7 am, which gives you two hours of access before the baths close for two hours of cleaning.


On weekdays, visits cost JPY 2,720 for visitors aged 12 and over and JPY 1,058 for visitors aged 4 to 12. On the weekends adult tickets cost JPY 2,936, and on special days they cost JPY 3,044. Tickets include entry to the baths, yukata robe rental, and towel rental. Extra charges may apply for spa treatments and certain areas of the baths.


Oedo-Onsen Monogatari
2 Chome-6-3 Aomi
Koto City
Tokyo 135-0064

How to get there:

The hot springs are a two-minute walk from Telecom Center Station, which is on the Yurikamome line of the Tokyo metro. Alternatively, you can take the Rinkai line to Tokyo Teleport Station where there is a free shuttle bus to the springs. Parking is available for guests at a rate of JPY 1,000 for the first four hours and JPY 100 for each 30-minute period thereafter.

Good to know:

Oedo-Onsen Monogatari doesn’t allow visitors with tattoos to visit the hot springs. Visitors should also take note of the English-language signs that explain the bathing customs, including that you shouldn’t let your hair touch the water.
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