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There are so many things to do around Sugamo area. You may already get tired to walk. Then why don’t you …

There are so many things to do around Sugamo area. You may already get tired to walk. Then why don’t you try to take bath immediately after your sightseeing around? “Sakura Onsen”, features various baths, a restaurant, a relaxation room and various other services. Visitors are able to buy a book of multiple coupons which works out cheaper than buying a single ticket. Face towels, bath towels and robes are also available for rental. The onsen runs a pink color (like Sakura trees) bus service to take visitors to-and-from JR Sugamo station. It’s really located in hart of Tokyo!

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Though it’s best visited during cherry blossom season, when the somei-yoshino trees on the premises are at their finest, this onsen bathhouse has enough going for it to be worth a look any time of year. The sodium chloride-rich waters may not be much different to what you’d find at many other baths in the city, but at Sakura they’re filtered to remove the color and smell.

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The elegantly appointed facilities also include a stone sauna. Hot water which is not black that hot water springing out of 1,800m below ground in site is rare in Tokyo.

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We shine with amber slightly when flowed into bathtub of hinoki. From consideration to say to have you soak relaxedly for a long time, family bath sets to cool with approximately 38 degrees daringly. To restaurant in hall where each Japanese, Western, and Chinese style chef shows arm in to bath towel. You can really spend even whole day here. Interesting? Please check it out!

Station

Sugamo,Komagome

Price

1296yen Adult 756yen Kids

Open

10AM~11PM