Sorry that I’m taking ages to update my itineraries! Anyway TBC: The friend wanted to try onsen in Japan, & so we visited Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari (大江戸温泉) !
Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari is one of the largest onsen theme park in Japan, situated in Odaiba Tokyo, you can see the attraction from the metro as you pass by, and just a mere 3 mins walk to get you there from the station. (Direction is right at the end of the post)
We got our tickets in advance from Changi Recommends, only $24 for each adult admission, & $12 for kids! But similarly, you need to exchange for the attraction tickets in the Japan airport when you arrive!
No photos & videos in the changing room and onsen area because everyone is naked there, so sorry people!
The dining area is like a big food court where there are different stalls for you to choose from, just take your pick! Payment will be made all at once at the check in/out counter when you check out at the end.
I think I have been feeling tired recently, so massage kinda attracted me, after the foot bath. This is on the 2nd level, so you pay first for what you want at the 1st level counter, and go up here to get your treatment.
Body massage price range from JPY1500 to JPY9400. depending on what kind & duration of massage that you choose.
Facial price range from JPY4800 to JPY19800, while for foot massage, it starts from JPY4500 to JPY9400. Definitely not very cheap though haha.
The area for foot massage, and the area for body massage is just beside (not in the photo). I didn’t think the massage was very good frankly, nothing wrong with the friendly staff of course, just not enough for me maybe haha.
You actually see these vending machines outside the massage place after you exit, & I like how they actually have cooked food in the vending machines. ❤ ❤ Life will be easier for me if I have these machines at my workplace. #notgonnacometrue
It was really comfy though, & we really slept for awhile oops.
Anyway, you can also visit Aqua City Odaiba (where you see the ‘Statue of Liberty’) after that for shopping, eating after that, it’s only a few stops away!
How to get there:
By Train: Approximately 2 minutes by foot from Telecom Center Station (テレコムセンター駅) on the Yurikamome Line
By Shuttle Bus: Approximately 7 minutes by shuttle bus (free of charge) from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line. For shuttle bus schedule,click here.