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Good local sento

Clean & well run local sento in Shirokane. Perfect for a pre-dinner refresh! Copy & paste... read more

Reviewed July 28, 2015
tokyolow
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Tokyo, Japan
small&dirty smell terrible 狭くて不潔で匂いが酷いです。

Never experienced such a small & dirty sento like this for 40 years life in JAPAN , which tourists... read more

Reviewed February 4, 2017
Toshiyuki T
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Feb 4, 2017
“small&dirty smell terrible 狭くて不潔で匂いが酷いです。”
Jul 28, 2015
“Good local sento”
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Reviewed February 4, 2017 via mobile

Never experienced such a small & dirty sento like this for 40 years life in JAPAN , which tourists should stay away if you are not maniac lover of old fashion smell of JAPAN. とにかく変な匂いがします。着替える場所も狭く、おそらく店公認ですがサウナの中に銭湯備え付けの漫画本を堂々と持ち込んでいる常識のない方もいました。接客は近所の知り合いには普通なのかもしれませんが、観光や引越して来た方は必ず嫌な思いをするレベルなので、風呂が壊れたりした時以外は行くべきではありません。

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Reviewed July 28, 2015

Clean & well run local sento in Shirokane. Perfect for a pre-dinner refresh! Copy & paste: 〒108-0072 東京都港区白金 5-12-16 into Apple/Google Maps to find it.

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well as enjoy the changing seasons. Shinagawa was a
post and a port town during the Edo era and the lavish
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