Time Out says
This bathhouse first opened in Ginza in 1863, during the dying days of the Edo period, and it hasn't made much effort to update its retro stylings since. There's an old-fashioned reception desk on the way in, and an impressive mural of Kutani porcelain tiles depicting carp, spring and autumn flowers and birds that you can enjoy while soaking in the tub. There are two baths, one pleasantly warm and the other heated to a fairly toasty 42° C. Twice a month they float flowers in the baths, so it's worth checking the website before you go.
8-7-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku
|Transport:||Shinbashi Station, Ginza Station|
|Price:||¥460, primary school students ¥180, younger children ¥80|
|Opening hours:||2pm-10pm / closed Sun & hols|
Users say (1)
The place turned out to be very small - the smallest I have seen. Just one bath separated in two, no place to lie down or even sit down. All in all a major let down compared to the other sento I have visited in the past to say nothing of actual onsen.
If you just need a place to take a shower, it will probably do, but don't expect more than that.