Jomon no Yu

Health and beauty, Spas Fuchu

Time Out says

This Fuchu spa complex was the dearest onsen in all of Tokyo when it first opened in 2006, charging bathers a gobsmacking ¥4,300 for a dip, though the prices have been reduced to (slightly) more sensible levels since then. Expensiveness breeds exclusivity, of course, and you won't have to jostle people aside for a space in the baths here. The salt-rich onsen waters used at Jomon no Yu are said to prevent sweating, meaning that you won't feel a sudden chill when you get out of the tub, and on a clear day you can see Mt Fuji from the men-only rotenburo bath on the top floor.



Address: 8F, 1-5-1 Miyanishicho, Fuchu-shi

Transport: Fuchu Station (Keio line), south exit
Price: Mon-Fri ¥2,400, Sat, Sun & hols ¥2,900; 90-minute course ¥1,500; late-night surcharge (after midnight) ¥1,500
Opening hours: Daily 10am-9am
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