Rokuryu Kosen

Rokuryu Kosen, Taito: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Rokuryu Kosen Reviews: 4/5

Rokuryu Kosen
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BLACK HOT SENTO
Dec 2018
It is the entrance of a wonderful Japanese style building. There is an umbrella stand on the front, and a shoe box on both side. It seems to the right for women and the left for men. Shoebox is an old-fashioned wooden type. Put the shoes and pull out the wooden bill. The writing as female or male room are on the upper side that you do not know without searching. Well, when you open the sliding doors, you pay first at the common front desk. Adults are 460 yen.When you open the sliding door, the dressing room with a high ceiling and a sense of opening.The courtyard is visible from one side of the glass, and there is a restroom next to it. The floor is trees, the walls are like wood frameworks and plaster. There are undressing baskets, and there are lockers.Locker is the same system as the shoe box earlier. This is a metal tag so you can bring it in the bath. Tiled in the bath.The light blue color is in the tone, like the changing room, the ceiling is high and it feels good.Wall tiles will resemble the Roman baths (The picture is Japanese style.). A large landscape painting is drawn also in the front, and you can enjoy viewing from afar from here. There are seven washbooths. There are places with and without shower. Like the washtrough, shampoos are owned and used by a common storage place. It is hot, black and famous hot water, but ordinary people can enjoy it I guess.I was able to enter even hot bathtab. It's hot and it's a deep soak in a deep bathtub.The color of hot water is rugged Earl Gray, or like seasoning soy sauce etc. It was quite a fun public bath.

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Traces of the history and culture of the Edo (old Tokyo) era remain vividly in Ueno and Asakusa. Spacious Ueno Park is a great place to relax and visit a variety of different museums and galleries. At Ameyoko which starts in front of Ueno station, the grocery stores and clothing shops are crammed alongside fishmongers. It gets particularly busy at the end of the year, when many people go on shopping sprees. The town of Asakusa, developed around Sensoji temple, has many shops selling goods and clothing from old Japan, making it a great place for souvenir hunting. It's also known for various annual festivals, and the whole district gets involved with the huge Sanja Festival in May.

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Traditional HOT onsen
Jul 2019
This is a real hot spring. Traditional Japanese Onsen. It will be only locals, and the water is scalding hot. Do not bother coming unless you’re ready to do the work to get in. There are two cold waters faucets at the corner of the tub. You can turn one on before you go in. I highly recommend going in and up to your knees and then getting back out. And then going back in and getting out, whatever it takes. We got in, maybe for a minute, got out sat down, and poured cold water on the body. We did this four times. This is real natural water with the suppose it excellent healing benefits, and great for jet lag. I will try this next time as jet lag has been horrible. The place is tucked down in Ally off the main street. You can see the front of it from the main street. There are a couple leather shops right on the main street before you have to head down the alleyway. When you get there, there are boxes for your shoes, you take your shoes off put them in the box and pull the wooden piece up to lock it. You then go in and pay 460 yen plus 100 yen of you need towel rental. This is some true authentic Japanese experience. I read that tattoos were no problem, and I have two small ones. I always kind of cover them with a towel, but I saw him nobody here with tattoos. Most people mind their own business, but the locals were happy to see a foreigner get in to the hot water.
Written July 7, 2019
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WWA
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BLACK HOT SENTO
Dec 2018 • Solo
It is the entrance of a wonderful Japanese style building.
There is an umbrella stand on the front, and a shoe box on both side.
It seems to the right for women and the left for men.
Shoebox is an old-fashioned wooden type. Put the shoes and pull out the wooden bill.
The writing as female or male room are on the upper side that you do not know without searching.
Well, when you open the sliding doors, you pay first at the common front desk. Adults are 460 yen.When you open the sliding door, the dressing room with a high ceiling and a sense of opening.The courtyard is visible from one side of the glass, and there is a restroom next to it.
The floor is trees, the walls are like wood frameworks and plaster.
There are undressing baskets, and there are lockers.Locker is the same system as the shoe box earlier. This is a metal tag so you can bring it in the bath.
Tiled in the bath.The light blue color is in the tone, like the changing room, the ceiling is high and it feels good.Wall tiles will resemble the Roman baths (The picture is Japanese style.).
A large landscape painting is drawn also in the front, and you can enjoy viewing from afar from here.
There are seven washbooths. There are places with and without shower.
Like the washtrough, shampoos are owned and used by a common storage place.
It is hot, black and famous hot water, but ordinary people can enjoy it I guess.I was able to enter even hot bathtab. It's hot and it's a deep soak in a deep bathtub.The color of hot water is rugged Earl Gray, or like seasoning soy sauce etc.
It was quite a fun public bath.
Written December 29, 2018
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ghislain L
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Boiling water
Nov 2017 • Couples
Definetly too hot. I use to go in osen n take very hot bath. I entered in as a challenge after seeing an old local japanese guy did. But couldnt stay more than 30s
I have doubt it is not harmful as my legs are still burning.
Go there inly if u like challenges n are a bit masochist.
Written November 10, 2017
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Harano K
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Might you put in hot water?
Jul 2017 • Family
Here is a communal bath of traditional in Japan.
If you got a body that can wishstand boiling hot, you will able to enter.
The temperature of hot water is 118.4 degrees Fahrenheit!!(48 degrees Celsius)
Surprisingly bath is a heat like a lava, though old men is in hot water.
I think that they are getting the ability like the Human Torch of Fantastic Four.
Written July 4, 2017
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