The Oedo Onsen, Monogatari – Tokyo’s Top Inner City Hot Spring

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Japanese name is 大江戸温泉物語 Oedo Onsen Monogatari

Oedo Onsen Monogatari entrance
Oedo Onsen Monogatari – Tokyo’s Unique Hot Spring Theme Park

For those of you holidaying in and around Tokyo, taking a trip to the Oedo Onsen would be completely worth the effort especially if you are looking for the rare combination of an exciting as well as relaxing family outing in Japan. The Oedo Onsen Monogatari is located on the Odaiba Island in the Tokyo bay area and boasts of being the only hot spring resort in Tokyo which is styled as a water theme park. Named after the ancient Edo period of Japan, this huge hot spring facility is completely modeled in the traditional Japanese style and resembles a town from the historical age! With a huge variety of bathing activities, spa treatments, eateries as well as overnight stay options, the Oedo Onsen Monogatari, is the ideal option for the weary traveler who is in much need of some well deserved pampering and relaxation!
oedo onsen monogarari inside

Get your Fill of the True Japanese Outdoor Life at Oedo Onsen

The Oedo Onsen offers the best place for tourists to experience the Japanese way of outdoor life completely hands on. Hot spring bathing is an integral part of Japanese tradition and the Oedo Onsen Monogatari is modern Japan’s version of enjoying the ancient art of communal bathing in a truly extravagant and indulgent way! But if you are wondering about the nature of the water at this theme park and thinking whether it could be truly from a natural hot spring you would be amazed to learn that all the pools in the Oedo Onsen Monogatari is pumped with real hot spring water from 1400m below the Tokyo Bay!

A Water Theme Park

Oedo Onsen Monogatari – A Water Theme Park with a Unique Edge!
Visiting the Oedo Onsen Monogatari, is truly a unique experience as this is a water theme park with a definite edge. For starters, there are scores of options to choose from when it comes to taking a soak in the natural hot spring water baths at Oedo.
Visitors can not only choose from luxuriously designed indoor bathing facilities, to outdoor pools known as rotenburos but there are also a large number of mineral baths, hot sand baths as well as hot stone baths available for a complete onsen experience! When you have had your heart’s fill of soaking in the rejuvenating waters of Oedo onsen, you can take a walk down ancient Japan by visiting the park’s central area which has been designed as a charming town from the Edo period.
Apart from a wide array of Japanese delicacies to sample from, there are a variety of games as well as the opportunity to don yukatas, Japan’s traditional kimono style summer wear which are available in a variety of colors and are the best option to set the mood of your onsen visit in true Japanese style!

Sodium chloride salt over hot spring (weak alkaline hot spring)

Address: Oedo Onsen Monogatari, Street 2-6-3 Aomi, Odaiba, Tokyo Bay, Tokyo
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How to access

Trains are available from Yurikamome Line to Telecom Centre and Rinkai Line to Tokyo Teleport with a free bus service.


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