This Urban Resort has a Full Lineup of Highly Effective Beauty Treatment Facilities such as a Natural Hot Spring and Stone Baths
From the 5th to 9th floors of LaQua, a building attached to Tokyo Dome, there are hot spring facilities. In the center of the city, you can enjoy natural hot springs bubbling up from 1,700 meters below the surface.
Besides outdoor and large baths using natural hot spring water, there is a wide variety of baths highly effective for health and beauty, like carbonated and oxygen springs.
What’s more, with their low-temperature saunas and stone bath, an open relaxation space reminiscent of a southern island, body care salons, restaurants and cafes, you can enjoy spending the whole day here.
Relax and luxuriate in this spa, leaving the noise of the city far behind.
Enjoy a resort-like spa in the heart of Tokyo.
The natural hot spring flows out from 1,700 meters below Tokyo Dome.
There is a full selection of stylish cafes and restaurants, such as those serving healthy Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine.
All necessary amenities, such as spa wear, towels and shampoo, are included in the admission fee.
At the Cosmetic Bar in the Ladies’ Lounge, try the latest makeup for 100 yen.
*People with body art, such as tattoos, are not permitted to enter this facility
*Children ages 0-5 are not admitted. Children ages 6-17 must be accompanied by a guardian under restricted times.
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- Name in Japanese
- スパ ラクーア
- Postal Code
- Tokyo Dome City LaQua 5th-9th Fl. (Front Desk 6th Fl.) 1-1-1 Kasuga, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Ages 18 and over: 2,900 yen (Tax incl.), Ages 6-17: 2,090 yen (Tax incl.)
*Additional charges for Weekends, National Holidays, Designated Days, and Late Nights
- No holidays (* For inspection or maintenance)
- From 11 am to 9 am the following morning
1) About 1 minute on foot from Gorakuen Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line or Namboku Line
2) About 7 minutes on foot from Suidobashi Station on the JR Chuo Line or Sobu Line
- Credit Cards
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese), Official Website (English)