Onsen is a popular bathing place in Odaiba. The most spacious in Tokyo, with design and procedures such as bathing in the Edo period, is Ooedo Onsen Monogatari. No wonder the entry price of 2900 yen (USD 300 thousand) – nearly six times the price of the bathroom in my capsule hotel in Asakusa.
But there are prices of goods. Facilities Ooedo Onsen Monogatari is a super complete. After paying, visitors are required to use a traditional kimono, so the atmosphere was immediate. There are 19 existing kimono patterns on the screen and you are free to use that.
With six types of swimming baths, plus a steam room and sauna, soak in here it was heaven. In some corner of a large barrel-shaped open space there is for those who want to bathe themselves.
After soaking, you can walk around. Apparently, there is also a spa and massage facilities with a variety of techniques (including in a massage chair that uses a coin). In the middle of the building, lined shop for souvenirs and food with an interior design that has been transformed as the Edo period.
Besides shops, there is also a spacious living room where eating a snack or just lie to unwind. The final goal is to Odaiba Kaihin Koen, a park featuring a replica of the Statue of Liberty bay. At first glance similar in New York, with additional rainbow bridge as a backdrop.
White sand and dozens of seagulls into the display refresh the eyes. No wonder the place is a favorite location of your date. If it would come at night scenery and light colored rainbow bridge a romantic.
After enjoying the fresh sea breeze, you can return to the city by boat. After looking over the top, you can see Tokyo from the other side, that is by browsing to get to Asakusa Sumida River, past the nearby harbor.
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