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Tokyo Odaiba Oedo Onsen Monogatari, Koto

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Experience the Japanese bathhouse culture at Tokyo Odaiba Oedo Onsen Monogatari, an ornately decorated complex of hot springs and spas. Choose a vibrant kimono-like bathrobe to wear in the common area, where you can dip your feet in the shallow pools, use the spa services, or hang out in the garden and food court. To enter the hot springs, which are divided by gender, you’ll have to leave your robe in the locker room, as the onsen is for nude bathing only. Take note that tattoos are strictly forbidden in the complex, so if you can’t cover it with a bandage you might be asked to leave. Put Tokyo Odaiba Oedo Onsen Monogatari into our Tokyo vacation builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Tokyo.
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  • Peninsula to visit. Multiple shopping centers. As seen on the rainbow bridge and the statue of liberty!
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  • Since it is winter, you want to go ago we went, I had too comfy to many of those who did is 煩katta in the manner of many Chinese travellers, will you go in on weekdays, is still calm,
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  • Odaiba located on nothing but weekends are super crowded. Audience was more 20-30s and foreign tourists. Women, depending on the time zone is chaotic dressing room. Saturday and Sunday afternoon to avoid evening aiming most weekdays or morning and feel good.
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  • Excellent service overall. A bit crowded past 3, but still enjoyable. Food is somewhat expensive for what it costs outside, but its good. The baths are amazing, particularly ouside baths. Relaxing room was good as well. The only problem are uneducated tourists who don't know japanese customs and are either too loud or don't bathe before entering the baths. I'd advise you don't visit at peak hours.
  • The place is awesome, there's foot bath, onsen with different types of pools (inside and outside), a place for resting and the principal area is full of restaurants of different kinds. You don't need to bring anything, the place offers you all you need included in the entrance fee of 2600yen (on weekdays). The only but is that most of the tourists don't know how to behave in the onsen, so please get yourself informed.
  • The bathhouse has a nice atmosphere and there is a large area with stalls that remind me of Japanese festivals. The only downsides are the price and the crowd. I took a bath, had dinner, got a massage, and did the doctor fish foot bath. The price was a bit over ¥13,000. But if you go only for bathing, it's about ¥2600.
  • A convenient opportunity to experience Japanese onsen culture. Many of the advertised attractions incur significant extra charge. Most of the available experiences inside, while diverse, are heavily commercialized. The entrance fee feels unjustified, considering the limited coverage and the price of additional attractions.
  • I'm posting as a neutral party as I couldn't actually access the venue. Just beware they do not allow for people with tattoos to enter. I unfortunately made a trip without doing my research. Luckily there is a great mall near by so it wasn't a waste. The area is really nice as well.