A manmade island on the fringe of the Koto district, Toyosu is known best as the home of Tokyo's largest wholesale market, which moved here from its previous location in Tsukiji in 2018. From February 2024, however, the area is set to gain a new attraction with the opening of Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai, offering more than just the famed early morning tuna auctions.
This grand undertaking by hospitality company Manyo Club will usher in a multi-storey shopping and entertainment hub, drawing rich inspiration from the streets of Edo Tokyo (1603-1868). The upcoming facility will be a compound of two distinct sections: the commercial wing, the Toyosu Offsite Edomae Market, and a super sento called Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club.
The commercial section features three storeys, covering an impressive area of around 14,690sqm. Built using traditional materials like Mikage stone, smoked tiles from Awaji Island, and timber sourced from the Tama region, this structure resurrects the old-world charm of Edo-period streets. Inside, visitors can feast on fresh seafood from Toyosu Market and dishes like ramen, tempura and robatayaki skewers.
The bathhouse section, reaching up to nine floors with an additional basement level, sprawls across approximately 19,095sqm. It offers an open-air bath filled with water directly sourced from Hakone-Yugawara hot springs, alongside facilities for bedrock baths, massages and other spa treatments.
A standout feature is the rooftop, which boasts a panoramic footbath garden, offering 360-degree views of the waterfront. Adding to its appeal, this super sento will be open 24 hours a day, providing round-the-clock opportunities to relax and rejuvenate.
Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai will open on February 1 2024. For more information, visit the facility's website.
This article was originally published on June 14 2023 and updated on November 15 2023.
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