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LaQua, Bunkyo

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Get away from the hustle, bustle, and tussle of the urbane at LaQua, a luxury healing and wellness spa. Using the water from onsite natural hot springs, bubbling up from deep underground, the facility has a number of features, including an outdoor bath, a massaging bubble bath, and saunas. Explore the collection of nearly 70 shops and restaurants, with an array of items to choose from, including clothes and beauty products, and both international and local cuisine served in pristine dining halls. By using our Tokyo family vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to LaQua and other attractions in Tokyo.
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  • August 14, 2017
    Use 3-4 times a year. During the week at night or over the weekend visits, but always crowded. To visit from staff not so much delicious food from restaurants in the spa are highly recommended the. Not going to feel comfortable from the bedrock and raised from 500 yen to 800 yen. If you just want to relax, had lying around watching TV hot springs → Victoria Coach (^ ^)
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  • August 6, 2017
    High-quality still is not your everyday more than the normal price from cheap shops and malls can be. Also the restaurant boasts. Crowded on weekends.
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  • August 3, 2017
    I often go to the hotel's bath. Not very crowded, many types of bath. There are also open-air bath town because there is no sense of relief. Shopping in three restaurants, but honestly, not good. I finished out meal, you'd better go to the hot springs.
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  • April 28, 2017
    I came here for the spa and it was pretty decent. Comparable to the Korean ones you find in Queens or New Jersey, but larger and with more things. The entry fee was around $25 with a $20 charge for staying overnight. The facilities were very clean and sleeping areas comfortable.
  • January 31, 2017
    I loved my time here. There were no lines for any of the rides when we went here so it was instantly enjoyable. There's no price to enter the area and there's plenty of shops around the area to keep people busy if they don't want to go on any rides. The thunder dolphin is the big thrill ride for the park. You can either pay for each ride separately (between 1000-500 yen each) or pay for a pass. You can get a 5 ride pass or an unlimited ride pass (with a cheaper price at night time). Some rides do close at night though.
  • June 10, 2017
    Great area with shop for food, arcade game game, clothes.... the is a really nice supermarket with a lot of foreign product.
  • May 2, 2017
    A great onsen experience. Give yourself at least 3 hrs if you intend to try out all of the "healing Baden" saunas and the roof terrace.
  • April 5, 2017
    An interesting combination of shops, supermarket, restaurants and fun. If you do not come for the Thunder Dolphin or the Big O, than you can enjoy the "boat ride" or the musical fountain.

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