Welcome to the Japan
Road toJapan

“What is the best hot spring? Teach you!”


Sorry I made you wait. This is the hot spring special feature that everyone has been waiting for.

Here are some recommended hot springs in Tokyo. To get to know Japan, you must first go to a hot spring. That will be the first step for you to become Japanese lol



●The interior of the building is unified with woodgraining, creating a modern Japanese and stylish atmosphere.

●The main hot spring is “Kuroyu”, a hot spring unique to Tokyo.

●The sky tree can be seen from the window of the bathtub, and the view is the best.


Address:3-30-8 Ishihara, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Usage fee: Adult 460 yen

access: About 16 minutes on foot from Tokyo Metro “Kinshicho Station”, about 12 minutes on foot from Toei Asakusa Line “Honjo Azuma Bashi Station”

Business hours:15:30-26:00
Sunday only 15:00-24:00

Closed Mondays: (Open if it is a national holiday, closed the following Tuesday)

Parking lot:There is a free parking lot for 1 car

2,”Toshimaen garden hot water”(豊島園 庭の湯)


●It is a large super public bath, and in addition to the “hot bath zone” where you can enter naked, there is also a bade zone where you can wear a swimsuit.
The Bade Zone is a mixed bath for men and women, so you can enjoy it as a couple.

●Only junior high school students and above can enter, so it is also recommended for adults who want to spend a relaxing time.

●The restaurant “Ryokusuitei” is also recommended!

●Relaxation facilities such as bedrock baths, body care, scrubbing, and traditional Thai therapy sauna are also available.


Address:3-25-1 Mukouyama, Nerima-ku, Tokyo

Usage fee: General (junior high school students and above) 2,310 yen

access: About 1 minute on foot from Seibu Ikebukuro Line “Toshimaen Station”, about 2 minutes on foot from Toei Oedo Line “Toshimaen Station”

Business hours:10:00-23:00 (Last reception 22:00)

Regular holiday Open all year round

Parking lot: None (Please use a nearby pay parking lot)

3,”Hidamari no Izumi Hagi no Yu”(萩の湯)


●It is close to Asakusa and Ueno, and can be accessed by bus, taxi, or on foot.

●Have traditional paint paintings.

●The men’s bath is painted in gold, and the women’s bath is painted with pink Mt. Fuji, creating a calm atmosphere.

●It also has a large public bath, a sauna, and a restaurant.


Address 2-13-13 Negishi, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Usage fee: 460 yen for adults, 180 yen for junior high school students, 80 yen for children

Access: 3-minute walk from JR Uguisudani Station

Business hours Morning bath 6:00-9:00 (Last reception 8:30)

11:00-25:00 (Last reception 24:30)

Regular holiday 3rd Tuesday

No parking

Sum up

Thank you for reading. If you have any questions about this article or would like to know more about it, Please visit support and leave me a comment from there.

If I can be of your help, even just a little, I’d be happy!