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This is the first onsen experience the whole family has enjoyed together, as we could all sit together in the hot water with our bathers on. It is a bit of a cheat, as it avoids much of the traditional Japanese onsen experience like scrubbing...More
urayasu-mangekyo, 広報担当マネージャー at Ooedoonsenmonogatari Urayasu Mangekyo, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
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Came here with me wife and daughter yesterday using their free bus service from Nishi Kasai.
When we arrived, an employee rudely told us that the onsen is closed because "no hot water." I couldn't believe it!
1. A staff member wrote on our tickets...More
Didn't know it had hotel rooms, would have stayed because of such park-like atmosphere; so many different areas for families to enjoy... Onsens - herbal, steam rooms, the works! Booked our massage, invigorating after! Pool areas and little fishes that nibble on your feet, foam-fun...More
I had the pleasure to spend a whole day with my friends there. The whole experience was delightful! The family pools are really nice and you have quite a lot different options.
I also recommend getting a massage (the price is really reasonable and it...More
I come here with wife.
There are several category area in Mangekyo.
1. Outside Hot spring area
Swimsuit is required to enter.
It's good feeling with fresh air.
2. Indoor Hot spring area
Separate female & male.
Visitors should not wear Swimsuit.
3. Restaurant area...More
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Do you want to go to Hot Spring in Japan? Izu is far for you? Hakone is expensive for you?? Here is best for you, I guess. You might feel "Nostalgic Japanese Style Hot Spring". It seems like what...More
We had a few hours to kill before we could check into our Disney hotel so we came here to relax after a night flight and to have a more traditional Japanese experience.
This onsen isn't as tourist friendly as the branch in odaiba from...More
We visited on a weekday in early June, so the facilities were not crowded and the whole experience was quite relaxing. The entry fee gets you access to the entire compound along with a bath towel and hand towel (which you use to wipe your...More
You will find big bathing facilities sex segregated with many pools containing different types of water. Also there is outdoor area for man and women together - in that part swimming suit is needed, you can bring your own or rent at the spot for...More
This was very relaxing. We were deciding if we should go to an onsen or do more shopping on our last day in Tokyo. We decided to go to the onsen. This place was awesome! They have everything you need for a relaxing day. I...More