See why so many travellers make Ooedo Onsen Monogatari their onsen ryokan of choice when visiting Koto. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Koto, Ooedo Onsen Monogatari Hotel is located a short distance from Akatsuki Futo Park (1.5 km) and Tokyo Big Sight (2.2 km).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with internet access offered by the onsen ryokan.
The property also boasts a restaurant, to help make your stay more enjoyable.
While in Koto, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Ooedo Onsen Monogatari, including Kushiya Monogatari Diver City Tokyo Plaza (1.1 km), Gundam Cafe Diver City Tokyo Plaza (1.1 km), and Ristorante OZIO (1.7 km).
Should time allow, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Miraikan, Unicorn Gundam Statue, and Tokyo Water Science Museum are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
At Ooedo Onsen Monogatari, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Koto.
You will need to go there early to avoid the crowd. Before you go in they will give you a shoes locker. After that you will need to line up for the entry. Once you enter, you will head to the changing room. Most of the thing inside you will need to pay except for the public bath. Foods, drinks and games you will need to pay. Fish spa and rock spa you will need to pay per hour.
Maybe it was due to the late-December weather, maybe it was due to it being 2 days before New Year's, maybe it was due to the nearby Comiket closing for the day, but whatever the case may be, the entrance queue was about 70 minutes long (yes, over an hour), so try to plan accordingly. Also, try and avoid bringing large baggage, as the lockers are shoe lockers, and an additional, small baggage locker inside. Once inside, though, the place was worth the wait, in my opinion. With various flyers and maps available near the storage lockers inside, both in Japanese, and in English, helping visitors to both understand proper etiquette, as well as provide good explanation on the facilities available. With each visitor getting wristband with a barcode, there isn't a near to take physical cash or credit cards; simply go to the counter, get the barcode scanned, and pay only at the check-out. The place offers several different types of hot bath, from an outdoor foot onsen, to a traditional, indoor large onsen. There are also various massages available, such as hot rocks, or foot massage, although I didn't take those massage courses in my last visit, maybe I'll do so in my next one. The place also features a quite varied food court, with Japanese-, Thai-, western-style foods, as well as desserts stalls. In addition, there are carnival-like stalls, like bow & arrow, throwing hoops, and the likes. Finally, there are buses that leave the establishment to various points across Tokyo, including to the Odaiba station, Tokyo Station, Shinagawa, and more, free of charge. In summary, one should expect a long wait at the entrance, but once inside, the place is well-worth the wait.…
Been there twice where we get to enjoy onsen, foods, games, rest & Japanese massage under 1 roof. Though it seems to be crowded with tourist but i couldn't resist & will sure going back again if i travel to Japan in future.
After you paid the entry fee, you got to pick the traditional Japaness bathing clothes to wear. We enjoyed prolonged effect of warmth even after we got out of the bath, we were very relaxed inside and out. There is a big common bath, foot bath and many different baths inside, the temperature is much higher than Switzerland one. It's very difference as everyone nake and walking around lady area (besides, the common area, the rest were separated from female and male areas). If you can not accept this, this is not where you should come. I recommand the body scrab treatment which removed the all the dead skin and helped blood circulation. I love it much. Tip:it's not a high class kind of sauna, if you can't bath with other, don't come. As the bathing area is also public(male and female are separated). …
This is special I can say. You will never find a spring in Tokyo like this one. This is not only about spring but some special experience in Japan. When you step into the spring city, they will issue you a band with barcode on it. You need this band for every spending. You only need to pay when you leave. I think this is a nice arrangement and you won’t need to bring cash or card into the city. You can find a few game booths after the changing room. There are also lots of food stand selling ice-cream, hot disk and even alcohol. The indoor area is well decorated and you will feel like joining special event in the festival. The spring is also worth a credit. This spring is the traditional one and you need to be naked. The spring area divided into 2 parts, the indoor and the outdoor side. I didn’t go to the outdoor one as the date I visit only has 5 degree Celsius. But you would love the indoor one as it still has over 5 types of spring available.…