Oyata onsen Myoujin-no-yu is a perfect place to enjoy the atmosphere of a typical Japanese public bath. It is located in Adachi-ku, Tokyo.
‘Yakushi-no-yu (Medical bath)’ is an open-air bath using rocks and trees. ‘Ohiba-furo’ is also using trees. These baths will help you to feel relaxed with the scent of a tree.
The natural Hiba-furo is using a source which is rich in salt and iron. It is also called ‘Netsu-no-yu (a bath of heat)’ because of the components. It is effective to improve bad circulation, injures, burns, and for women after giving birth as well. You might feel your skin kind of sticky just after getting out of the bath, but when the skin gets dried you won’t feel like that anymore, rather smooth! As the bath warms the body from inside, it prevents coldness after a bath.
This Yakushi-no-yu is one of the largest hot springs in Tokyo, which is an open-air bath.
You will feel like you are not in a city, but somewhere with a lot of greenery. It has very a hot bath, a regular hot bath, a bath in which you can lie down, and a large Hiba bath that smells like a tree.
Inside facility, you can use hand and foot massage service, and it has also a restaurant!
Have your relaxing time!!
|OYATA ONSEN MYOUJIN-NO-YU|
|1-18-1, Oyata, Adachi-ku, Tokyo|
|20 minutes walk from “Kitaayase” station|
|10:00~24:00(Last entry at 23:00)|
|Adult (Over age 12) 900 yen and 1200 yen(weekend)
Child (Elementary school children) 500 yen and 600 yen(weekend)
Child (Under age 2) 300 yen and 400 yen(weekend)