The Ooeda Onsen was established in 2003, and is the first of its kind in Tokyo. It soon became popular as city folks discovered the pleasures of leisurely soaking within a natural hot water spring.   The Ooeda Onsen goes a step further and gives visitors the option to choose from a Rock Salt Sauna to Big Bath to Mist Sauna to open-air barrel bath. The more adventurous can opt for Kinu-no-Yu (bath of silk) which employs micro-nano bubbles to soothe and refresh tired travellers. Put on a yukata—a casual, thin summer kimono—and relax at Tokyo Odaiba Oedo-Onsen Monogatari, a mega leisure complex in Odaiba near Tokyo Bay that features both indoor and outdoor hot springs, as well as a food and shopping arcade. It is conveniently located near the Telecom Center Station on the Yurikamome Monorail Line, about 20 minutes from Shimbashi Station.


It is the Tokyo's newest and largest (artificially pumped, natural groundwater) hot spring complex, done up in Edo-era (1800s) style and featuring an endless array of bathtubs of all temperatures and flavors- including: uchiyu (insidebath), iwa-buro (an outdoor rock bath), ashiyu (a foot bath) and suna-buro (sand bath, separately charged).


Besides a wide range of spa and sauna facilities, Ooeda Onsen also houses a themed Edo Town. The bustling common areas feature a wide range of restaurants, lounges, landscaped foot baths, carnival games, tatami rooms and more!

A visit to Ooeda Onsen is one of those must-do experiences to enjoy when on a trip to Japan.