Ryogoku Edo-yu

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  1. Edoyu
    Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa
  2. Edoyu
  3. Edoyu
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Time Out says

Edoyu is a slick, modern and design-focused super sento (bathhouse). In fact, it looks, feels and operates like a luxurious spa. The bathing area is especially gorgeous, what with the contemporary Mt Fuji mosaic wall presiding over many different types of bath: hot, cold, jacuzzi, herbal and carbonated. On top of that, you’ll also find two types of sauna – a Finnish version and a mid-temperature one that’s about 75ºC (the women’s section has a steam aroma sauna instead). There’s even two options for the waterless bedrock bathing, where you lie in a heated room, on a slab of natural stone to promote blood circulation and metabolism.

However, that’s not all you can do here. Spread across multiple levels, with a dedicated floor each for men and women, Edoyu also offers a restaurant, a café and lots of quiet corners, relaxation lounges and nap-inducing recliners, with free wi-fi throughout. It’s the perfect place to unplug and just be idle. There’s no need to rush when you get there: Edoyu is open through the night until 9am.

Details

Address:
1-5-8 Kamezawa, Sumida-ku
Tokyo
Transport:
Ryogoku Station (Oedo line), exit A3 or A4; (Sobu line), east exit
Price:
¥2,380
Opening hours:
11am-9am daily
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