Time Out says
Antique pictures and celebrity autographs line the walls from entrance to locker rooms and the whole place is filled with objects and souvenirs collected by the owner, making the Daikoku-yu public bathhouse feel almost like a museum. Inside the bathroom, a mosaic mural depicts a European landscape, which the owner tells us was ‘very trendy and new’ when it was first completed 40 years ago. The men’s shower wall features a painting of Kyoto’s famous Kinkakuji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion), while the women’s side is decorated with images of Nikko. There's a comfortable massage bath, cold water bath, steam bath, electric bath and sauna. The men’s sauna features a spacious rest room with relaxation chairs. There are also a few fitness machines in the locker room.
3-24-5 Nishihara, Shibuya-ku
|Transport:||Yoyogi-Uehara Station (Odakyu, Chiyoda lines)|
|Price:||¥460, children aged 6-12 ¥180|
|Opening hours:||3.50pm-1.30am (Sun from 1pm) / closed 1st & 3rd Wed of every month|