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Really clean. You need only a towel that you can rent also there, no swimsuite, no flip flops.
Tattoo not admitted, neither with band. Low price.
You will find seven pool, one with hydromassage, one with ultrasound, a sauna 70 degrees.
On additional payment, stone...More
This place has been hands down the best onsen in Tokyo for years. Beautiful, clean and great food. Today I won't go anymore. The amount of people from around the world using it without bath manners or basic honesty is disturbing. Last time I went...More
To spend a couple of hours at an Onsen, a traditional Japanese bath house, is absolutely something to recommend. Men and women bath separately and there are different baths with temperature ranging from 17 - 42 fahrenheit. The water comes from natural springs. There are...More
I do aware that even the Japanese tourism agency is pushing the policy about toutist with ink is allow to utilise the japanese style onsen, and even though i've been to other famous onsen spot, i've never been ask to get out of the onsen,...More
Had 2 hours to kill waiting for the Michelin star ramen shop, Tsuta, 15 minutes away on foot so came here. It's 1269 yen if you bring your own towels & extra for towels and more if you want to use the dry hot stone...More
This was our first and best onsen experience. This is a local onsen tucked away in Sagumo (easy to get to via the JR Yamonate line / Google maps) - and on both times we visited, we were the only tourists present. They have minimal...More
I visited this Onsen, not being sure whether to go to a smaller one out of town, or a larger more highly rated (on Trip Advisor) one. I chose this smaller one because I didn't want lots of tourists and it was 99% local people....More
Our first trip to onsen was very good. Not a touristy place (which we liked about it), but they know enough english to be understood. 1200yen. Relaxing. Several different pools. Women and men are separated and you go in without clothes. You're able to buy...More
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