09.14.2018

Tokyo’s Top Five Men’s Wellness Destinations

Exploring the city’s best bathhouses and spas

  • Tokyo’s Top Five Men’s Wellness Destinations
  • Tokyo’s Top Five Men’s Wellness Destinations
  • Tokyo’s Top Five Men’s Wellness Destinations
  • Tokyo’s Top Five Men’s Wellness Destinations
  • Tokyo’s Top Five Men’s Wellness Destinations
  • Tokyo’s Top Five Men’s Wellness Destinations

The summer heat and the air conditioning can be very taxing to your physical and emotional health, and you really need to recover before tackling all your autumn projects. What you can do is take a relaxing bath at a spa and have a healthy meal there. If you are in Tokyo, you will just be spoilt for choice.
 
Odaiba: Hilton Hotel
At An Spa Tokyo, you can relax while enjoying the view of the Tokyo Tower and the Rainbow Bridge. In addition to the indoor pools, whirlpools and facilities incorporating elements of nature, it also offers a variety of treatments and fitness activities. 
 
Shinjuku: Thermae Yu
Ideal for body recovery after a hard day’s work or a night out drinking, this spa includes anopen-air bath named Jindai no Yu, with natural hot spring waterwhich is carried every day from Izu and has soothing effects on neuralgia, muscle pain, bruises, sprains, cold and fatigue. There is also an indoor bath, with high-concentration carbon dioxide, where you can soak and relieve your fatigue.
 
Ryōgoku: Edoyu
Edoyu is a Japanese-style modern spa where you can enjoy the atmosphere of Edo, with a mural featuring two of Hokusai’s ukiyo-e paintings, Fine Wind, Clear Morningand Red Fuji both part of the Thirty-six Views of Mount Fujiseries. The facility features artificial hot springs, a a high-temperature Finnish sauna, a medium-temperature Loess soil sauna, cold baths, mist shower, massages and strigil treatments. 
 
Sugamo: Tokyo Somei Onsen Sakura
The moment you cross the threshold, the Japanese-style garden will make you forget the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. Here you will find luxurious facilities of eleven types of baths and three types of saunas, including natural hot springs rich in natural minerals, cypress indoor baths and open-air baths. Furthermore, in the bedrock bath, with natural stone the far infrared rays and negative ions enhance metabolism and have a soothing, relaxing and detoxifying effect
 
Ogikubo: Nagomi no Yu
Only a minute walk from Ogikubo Station, at Nagomi no yu, you can enjoy different types of natural hot springs seasonally along with the popular and rich in natural sodium chloride hot spring water sourced directly from Musashino, a rare occurrence within the city limits. There is also a healing spa with Finnish-style bedrock and hot-air saunas, a carbonated bath and a mist and minus ion sauna.
 

Author : The Slowear Journal

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