A natural hot spring spa in Tokyo? 5 hot springs and spas in Tokyo

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I want to take a break after sightseeing in Tokyo. How about resetting a tired body at a hot spring or spa?

Even if you don’t go to a distant hot spring resort, you can fully enjoy the resort feeling at a nearby hot spring and spa. Here are 5 recommended hot springs and spas in Tokyo!

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There is also a women-only floor! A complete new facility / RAKU SPA 1010 Kanda

“RAKU SPA 1010 Kanda” opened in Kanda Awaji-cho in March 2019. A public bath facility that uses the entire building from the first basement to the fourth floor.

There are plenty of elements that can be enjoyed alone, such as a public bath, a coworking space, a ladies-only floor, and a dining and pub where you can drink alcohol.

With a hammock perfect for healing, 5,000 comics, and a coworking space with a power source, you can spend a thoughtful time. On the basement floor for women, there is a powder room as well as a reclining sofa with a TV, so you can relax.

By the way, the RAKU SPA course is a great value course where you can stay for 10 hours with towels and clothes.

If you feel hungry, go to “1010 Dining & Pub” where you can enjoy authentic cuisine. A wide variety of menus are available, from a solid food menu such as pasta and curry to a one-hand food that can be eaten quickly, such as hot dogs.

Name of facility
RAKU SPA 1010 Kanda
Address2-9-9 Kanda Awajicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Phone number


Business Hours11:00-8:00 the next day (last reception 7:00)
Regular holidayNo holidays
Entrance fee460 yen for 3 hours, RAKU SPA course 1,460 yen
Nearest stationOchanomizu Station/ Shin-Ochanomizu Station

Unlimited reading about 30,000 comics! Let’s crawl in bedrock baths and lounges / Spadium Japon

“Spadium Japon” in Higashi-Kurume City, opened in March 2019, is the largest natural hot spring and bedrock bathing facility in Kanto.

Not only baths and saunas, but also 5 bedrock baths and a lounge where about 30,000 comics are on display. Towels can also be rented, so it’s nice to stop by hand.

There are 13 types of baths and 2 types of saunas in the hot spring zone. The hot springs are colorless and transparent, which is rare in the Kanto region, and contain many bicarbonate springs, which is one of the “three major beauty springs”.

The bedrock bath that you want to use together. It consists of five areas, and boasts the largest scale in Tokyo, with a total of over 100 floors. A wide variety of medicinal stones are used.

There are about 30,000 comics and 120 magazines in the book corner. The book can be brought into the bedrock bath. Take a book with a bedrock bath and forget the time and take a sweat.

Name of facility
Spadium Japon
Address2-7-7 Uehara, Higashi-Kurume City, Tokyo
Phone number


Business HoursMon-Thursday 9: 00-25: 00, Fridays and holidays (weekdays) 9: 00-26: 0, Saturdays and holidays (holidays) 8: 00-26: 00, Sundays and holidays 8: 00- 25:00
Regular holidayNo holidays
Entrance feeWeekdays 750 yen, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 850 yen / bedrock bath all day 650 yen
Nearest stationHigashi Kurume Station
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Renovate old houses over 70 years old! Feel free to enjoy the hot spring flowing from the source / Sayanoyu

“Sayanoyu” in Itabashi Ward is a one-day hot spring facility where you can immerse yourself in authentic hot springs while in Tokyo. You can enjoy the hot spring flowing from the source at a reasonable price of 870 yen on weekdays and 1,100 yen on weekends and holidays.

Natural hot water is constantly poured from the source wells on the premises into the “source spring” in the open-air bath. The quality of the spring is “iodine-sodium-chloride strong salt hot spring” which is said to be difficult to cool.

You can relax in the bath while looking out at the outside scenery, so you can get tired of sightseeing in Tokyo.

One of the attractions is the nostalgic atmosphere drifting from the renovated building. From the hall, you can see the Japanese garden where you can feel the four seasons.

Forget about the hustle and bustle of the city and spend a relaxing time without worrying about anyone.

Name of facility
Address3-41-1 Maeno-cho, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo
Phone number


Business Hours10: 00-25: 00 (last admission 24:00) * Opening hours vary depending on the service
Regular holidayIrregular holidays
Entrance fee870 yen on weekdays, 1,100 yen on weekends and holidays
Nearest stationShimura Sakaue Station

Boasting authentic cuisine! Open-air bath, bedrock bath, etc./Tokyo Somei Onsen SAKURA

One-day hot spring “Tokyo Somei Onsen SAKURA” in Toshima Ward, which is famous for its quality natural hot springs. There are bedrock baths, red-hot baths, and body esthetics, so it’s a perfect place for people who care for their bodies.

Admission is 1,200 yen (excluding tax) all day. Towels can be rented for a fee (charges apply), so it is recommended that you stop by after sightseeing.

The hot spring springing from 1,800m underground is colorless and transparent. The indoor bath “Hinoki Big-bath” is a “warm water” set at a low temperature, so it can be soaked slowly. The open-air bath that you can enjoy while looking out at the sky is refreshing and refreshing.

We are also proud of our restaurant that focuses on ingredients and handmade. You can enjoy a wide variety of authentic dishes such as hamburger, pasta, omelet rice and fried rice. Don’t miss the seasonal menu using seasonal ingredients.

Name of facilityTokyo Somei Onsen SAKURA
Address5-4-24 Komagome, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Phone number


Business Hours10: 00-23: 00 (22:30 reception closed)
Regular holidayNo holidays (Closed for maintenance)
Entrance fee1,200 yen (excluding tax)
Nearest stationSugamo Station / Komagome Station
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Perfect for those tired nights of sightseeing! Relax in the middle of Shinjuku/Thermaeyu

Located in the middle of Shinjuku and Kabukicho, “Thermaeyu” is one of the largest day trip hot springs in Tokyo. This is open 24 hours a day.

The hall based on white looks like a Roman temple. There is also a sense of cleanliness, so even a single woman can visit with peace of mind. The regular price on weekdays is 2,364 yen. I’m happy with towels and clothes.

The most proud of this is the “open-air bath”. This hot water is an alkaline natural hot spring that is transported daily from Nakaizu “Jindai no Yu”. Also known as “Bihada-no-yu”.

Also, the popular “Healing Terra” (810 yen) allows you to choose what you like from the bed of rock or gravel. Women can experience four types of bedrock baths: salt healing, aroma healing, ocher healing, and lowry healing.

Because it is in the middle of Shinjuku, it is recommended for those who are sightseeing mainly in Shinjuku to drop by on their way back to the hotel.

Name of facility
Address1-1-2 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Phone number


Business Hours24 hours
Regular holidayMay be closed due to equipment inspection and maintenance
Entrance feeWeekdays 2,364 yen ~, weekends and holidays 3,288 yen ~
* A late night surcharge of 1,836 yen will be charged for use after midnight.
Nearest stationShinjuku Sanchome Station/ Shinjuku Station / Higashi Shinjuku Station