[Latest Edition] Five Hot Springs Facilities in Tokyo That Are Perfect for Day Trips!
This article will cover Tokyo's five best hot spring facilities for a day trip. Whether you're looking for high-quality thermal water, private baths, or 24-hour spas, you're sure to find your perfect Tokyo hot spring among our selections!
1. Natural Hot Springs Sengawa Yukemuri no Sato
Yukemuri-no-Sato and Yukemuri-no-Sho are a chain of onsen (hot springs) operating mainly in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Natural Hot Springs Sengawa Yukemuri no Sato in Chofu City in Tokyo offers a great selection of 12 different types of baths. The hot spring water is full of natural moisturizing ingredients that leaves the skin soft and smooth. Guests can enjoy a full day of relaxation here with not just hot springs but bedrock baths, aromatherapy massage, and body scrub services, as well as a restaurant to enjoy with friends and family.
* Cash only
* No tattoos
Adults: 750 JPY (850 JPY)
Children: 400 JPY (450 JPY)
* Weekend and holiday rates in brackets
* Membership card with admission and food discounts available
Around a 5-minute walk from Sengawa Station on the Keio Line
2. Tokyo Yugawara Onsen Manyo-no-Yu, Machida
Enjoy the legendary Yugawara Onsen water without leaving Tokyo at Yugawara Onsen Manyo-no-Yu. Yugawara Onsen is the famous onsen from the town of Yugawara in Kanagawa Prefecture. Its water is transported from the town every day.
There is a wide selection of baths here, including spacious open-air baths and stone baths that will warm you to the core. The spa is open all day, so you can enjoy the baths anytime you like. There are also baths you can rent to enjoy privately.
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Adults: 1,150 JPY (excl. tax) Elementary school age: 1,050 JPY (excl. tax)
* Locker rental: 500 JPY
Free shuttle bus from Machida Station (approx. 40 minutes)
Free shuttle bus from Minami-machida Grandberry Park Station (approx. 10 minutes)
3. Spadium Japon
Spadium Japon is one of the Kanto region's largest onsen and hot stone spa facilities. The hot spring water is the clear, natural Musashino Onsen water from Higashikurume City, where this spa is located. The water is packed with ingredients that are beneficial for the look and health of the skin, so this spa is popular for those looking to achieve beautiful skin. There are also hot stone spas, facial and massage services, and restaurants and cafes.
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4. Kabe Onsen Ume-no-Yu
At Kabe Onsen Ume-no-Yu, you can enjoy hot spring bathing while surrounded by nature. The water is Kabe Onsen water from the town of Kabe in Omi City. This alkaline water that has moisturizing properties, leading to soft, smooth skin. There are several types of baths to enjoy here, including a bath made with hinoki cypress and a rock bath. There is also a restaurant and a variety of bodycare services available here.
* Cash only
* No tattoos
Varies by day Click here for details!
Directly connected to the North Exit of JR Kabe Station (around a 1-minute walk)
5. THE SPA Nishiarai
Enjoy mineral-rich natural hot spring water at THE SPA Nishiarai. The water used at this spa is high-quality hot spring water drawn from 1,500 meters below ground. The water has a smooth texture that is gentle on the skin and is both moisturizing and warming. With a restaurant serving wonderful seafood procured directly from the market and a wide selection of relaxation services here, visitors have plenty to enjoy here.
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Around a 3-minute walk from the West Exit of Nishiarai Station
Be sure to enjoy these wonderful hot springs the next time you're in Tokyo!
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.
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