Yudonburi Sakaeyu

Address
1-4-5 Nihonzutsumi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Contact No.
81-3-3875-2885
Access
12-min walk from Minowa Station on the Hibiya Line
Official Website
http://sakaeyu.com/
Admission fee
Older than Junior High School Student: 460 yen, Elementary School Student: 180 yen, Younger than Elementary School Student: 80 yen, Sauna course set: 660 yen
Other Information
Business Hours: 14:00-24:00 (12:00-24:00 on Sundays and National Holidays) , Closed on Wednesdays.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Yudonburi Sakaeyu is located north of Sensoji, in an area called Oku-Asakusa. You can enjoy as many as seven different kinds of baths, including a rotenburo (outdoor bath), neburo (lie-down bath), and denkiburo (an electric bath for health reasons). Sauna is also available at an additional cost. The outdoor bath is especially popular among foreign guests. Although a natural hot spring, the facility itself is a sento, a downtown-style public bath, so the fee is only 460 yen! You can buy towels and shampoo, so you can just walk in! Open to all, how about taking a break from sightseeing and relax in a bath? One of the comforting aspects for foreign guests is that instructions are written in English on the website as well as in the baths; further, guidance in English is also available on the spot. *Click here for information on public baths in Taito http://www15.j-server.com/LUCTAITO/ns/tl.cgi/http%3a//www.city.taito.lg.jp/index/shisetsu/life/publicbath.html?SLANG=ja&TLANG=en&XMODE=0&XCHARSET=Shift_JIS&XJSID=0

Yudonburi Sakaeyu

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Yudonburi Sakaeyu is located north of Sensoji, in an area called Oku-Asakusa. You can enjoy as many as seven different kinds of baths, including a rotenburo (outdoor bath), neburo (lie-down bath), and denkiburo (an electric bath for health reasons). Sauna is also available at an additional cost. The outdoor bath is especially popular among foreign guests. Although a natural hot spring, the facility itself is a sento, a downtown-style public bath, so the fee is only 460 yen! You can buy towels and shampoo, so you can just walk in! Open to all, how about taking a break from sightseeing and relax in a bath? One of the comforting aspects for foreign guests is that instructions are written in English on the website as well as in the baths; further, guidance in English is also available on the spot. *Click here for information on public baths in Taito http://www15.j-server.com/LUCTAITO/ns/tl.cgi/http%3a//www.city.taito.lg.jp/index/shisetsu/life/publicbath.html?SLANG=ja&TLANG=en&XMODE=0&XCHARSET=Shift_JIS&XJSID=0

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