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You have to change into Japanese bath clothes after you get into the venue. It is fun that the place is decorated as a old Japanese style street. There is many kind of small booth for sushi, noodle, BBQ food and sovenairs inside the venue,...More
This felt like a truly authentic cultural experience. I have never experienced a bathhouse before, so maybe not as interesting for others. I was so interested by how this is a "bring the whole family" venue. But not only families, but troops of young friends,...More
i did not imagine myself trying taking bath in the Japanese way. it was total different and unique experience. who did not use to get naked in front of others and take bath will not find it easy. but for Japanese people it is normal.
I went on Sunday morning. It was crowded. When leaving in the afternoon, many people were arriving. The place is small and they do not seem to limit an entry! No place to change, no place to dit down! They do not care! The bath...More
1. Put footwear in a locker immediately after entry and take the key with you. No tattoos allowed so no point visiting if you have any.
2. Visit reception and get the Japanese overall and the electronic bracelet. Payment is in the end...More
Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much
older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.