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This spa was really magnificent experience. Baths for men and women on separate sides and then a common area inside and outside. Outside baths were perfect in the Januarys cold and there was even a Finnish sauna! You couldnt throw water on the stove, but...More
My husband and I recently spent a pleasant afternoon at the Toshimaen onsen/spa. To get here was easy. You take the subway to the Toshimaen stop. When exiting the station, turn left and walk down the sloping street. The spa was at the bottom of...More
It was just my fiancé and me relaxing in this Onsen with the locals; and we really loved it.
We chosed it since it has a common area (wearing bathwear) that is perfect for couples + the separate areas for men/women (naked only). We really...More
This more of a 4.5 stars review. I visited this Onsen with my 13-year old son in February. It is very easy to reach by metro and a short walk. At the entrance you need 100 yen to put in the shoe locker. Then you...More
The beautiful Japanese garden is the highlight but it was closed on the day I went, even then I had to pay full price for entry. There are multiple hydration stations but I found it odd to not be allowed to take a water bottle...More
If I come here when I’m 100 I will leave it feeling 25! I’m writing this feeling the glow of perfect bliss. The waters are amazing, the outside spa really lovely and the 3 ceramic hot tubs perfect for a good soak. After 2 hours...More
This was our first onsen visit so whilr have little to compare can highly recommend. Truly great experience and they have really thought of everything. You only need to bring your bathing suit, they offer everything else from towels to quality shampoos and lotions.
When people think about going to onsens in Japan, they mainly think about just the pools. This has that and so much more.
We chose this place because it was one of the few that had co-ed pools. They have an indoor and outdoor section....More
Just a short walk from Toshimaen Station is this hotspring spa which seems to specialize in salt hot spring as the water was definitely salty as I soaked in it. You get a bag with a yukata and towels after paying the entrance fee at...More
Good place for people like me and my gf who haven't been in a japanese onsen or spa before. There are two jacuzzis outside where you can relax with your company from different gender. There is also a Finnish-style sauna outside where you can go...More
You can wear a swimsuit in the pool or the Jacuzzi, but not in the bathroom. In the spa, there are various types of hot spring baths. So how about making use of the bed bath or the carbonated spring bath whose water is... More
You can wear a swimsuit in the pool or the Jacuzzi, but not in the bathroom. In the spa, there are various types of hot spring baths. So how about making use of the bed bath or the carbonated spring bath whose water is tepid?