Oedo Onsen Monogatari: Tokyo’s Most Popular Onsen Theme Park
Enjoy EDO Period Hot Spring All Day!!
Oedo Onsen Monogatari is an Onsen theme park founded in 2003 as the first onsen (hot spring) theme park in Japan. It’s really recommendable if you have had these concerns in Tokyo “No time to visit remote Onsen (hot spring) area” or “What should I do in the rainy day.” You can have a enjoyable and exclusive time all day since it consists of a variety of hot springs, restaurants, festival activities, accommodation, salon, etc. Additionally, an atmosphere in the facility seems like in Edo period (about 400 years ago), so you feel as if you slipped back in time.
There are many kinds of hot springs including natural hot springs, indoor bath, outdoor bath and foot bath. One of the most appealing points is the foot bath area which is themed by Japanese traditional garden. When it comes to Japanese private baths, you may hesitate to enjoy hot springs naked. But that’s culture, and it’s of course separated for gentlemen and ladies. You don’t need to share your nudity in the foot bath section.
Japanese Kimono (Japanese style bathrobe)
Japanese Kimono is called “Yukata” and is usually worn to summer festival and as bathrobes. You can experience the Yukata (the admission fee includes the Yukata renting fee) and there are many kinds of fabric designs in Yukata, so pick up your favorite one. Then, enjoy activities, foot barh and restaurants with it. You will feel like JAPANESE.
Have you seen Japanese summer festivel before? There are many attractions which you can generally find in only summer festival in Japan, but they are here throughout the year. What the most popular among visitors from overseas is Ninja Star Throwing. Be a ninja and aim at the target with the ninja star.
The facility has a lot of restaurants such as typical Japanese restaurants, Ramen restaurants, Japanese style pub and dessert cafes.
You can relax with several types of massages, head spa and foot reflexology. They basically require additional charge but have a wide range of prices from JPY1,500.
Besides enjoying all day, stay is available as an accommodation. There are 7 types of rooms, and upgraded rooms have an out door hot tub for private use. The most reasonable room costs JPY17,000 per a room and in the high season JPY26,000.
OEDO ONSEN MONOGATARI Odaiba Tokyo
Address: 2–6–3, Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135–0064
Nearest Station: Telecom-center Station (Yurikamome Line)
Search this words “Oedo Onsen Monogatari” on the Google map
Over age 12: JPY2,480(Sat&Sun: JPY2,680, Special Day JPY2,880)
*Fee includes: bath fee, Yukata robe fee, towel fee, facility usage fee.
More details about Oedo Onsen Monogatari in English: http://daiba.ooedoonsen.jp/en/
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