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Enjoy a Japanese cultural experience by visiting the natural hot spring of Thermae-Yu. You won’t have to travel for miles into the countryside (where a lot of thermal springs are), as this facility is conveniently located in the center of Tokyo. Don’t waste a moment of time waiting in line, as entrance fees are included. Have plenty of space, as there are six baths, and two saunas to choose from.
Take a break from sightseeing and enjoy a relaxing experience at the award-winning Spa Damai Daikanyama in Tokyo. Select a time that fits your schedule and choose from a variety of spa treatments such as a shiatsu massage, a detoxifying oil massage, a couples massage, or a facial and head massage.
Japanese massage techniques have been on a long journey of development and evolution over thousands of years The word for massage in Japanese “Anma”, which means to press (An) and rub (Ma), defines a set of different techniques and arts used for every part of body. SENSE massage combine the traditional methodology of Anma with the modern practices and technologies.
This Onsen is a different from other plans, "natural" "open-air" bath. It is very rare in the center of Tokyo. However, not huge like a resort Onsen. You can hide the front of your body with a towel except in the bathtub if you need. Shampoo, conditioner, soap, hair dryer, cotton swab and Wi-Fi are installed and can be used free of charge. In addition, drinks are included and you can enjoy the view of the sky tree. Japanese convenience stores are famous for their wide variety of canned cocktails in Japan. However, They are written in Japanese. I will explain the taste and ingredients. Please find your favorite one! And see the unusual view of Tokyo Sky Tree, which stands upside down!? ※Alcohol is not allowed under 20 ※Now accepting your desired date and time request
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The goal of this course is to teach you how to target the main muscles and techniques to enable you to provide an effective Japanese "Shiatsu" massage. Step 1. You will receive a massage from Ryo Hatanaka (Owner and Chief Massage Therapist at Nature Daikanyama). During the massage, Ryo will give you a detailed explanation of the purpose of the massage and the target muscles. Step 2. You actually perform a massage on a volunteer model. While you perform the massage, Ryo will guide you in steps as to the techniques; how to use your body, and body position. Ryo will also show you how to apply pressure correctly and where and how to target the pressure points on the human body. After the lesson, we will provide feedback and a video of the massage you practiced. You can use this video as a review of the lesson. *After you make a booking, we will communicate via the message center or phone to fix a date/time for your lesson.
Natural treatment, 1/4 nutrition, simple space, Newmoon has allure. With the latest Laphos, radical improvement from the core of the body leads to a slimming effect and alleviation of malfunction. Please experience a time to re-examine your body and mind at a private salon. Natural treatment, 1/4 nutrition, simple space, Newmoon has allure. With the latest Laphos, radical improvement from the core of the body leads to a slimming effect and alleviation of malfunction. Please experience a time to re-examine your body and mind at a private salon.
Try a Japanese, lymphatic massage at a private salon in the upscale Ginza District in Tokyo. Lymphatic massages and facials focus on stimulating your body's lymph system to eliminate toxins and reduce swelling. Specialists will accommodate the needs of your skin by checking your skin's condition with the latest beauty cameras and methods and use products personalized for your skin. Here, you can relax while expert practitioners pamper you.
Situated in Odaiba near the stunning Tokyo Bay, experience the relaxation of Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari, one of Tokyo's premier natural onsen (hot spring) theme parks. Enjoy onsen your way with 13 varieties of baths including indoor baths using water from natural hot springs that gush up from the source 1,400 meters underground. ★Opening hours:11:00am-9:00am (next day) 11:00am-11:00pm (Last reception: 9:00pm) due to facility maintenance on 9 Apr and 14 May 2020 ★Please remember to bring the original passport to the ticket gate, use the e-voucher (We will send you a separate email with the voucher) to exchange for a physical ticket. The lead traveler must present a valid passport for redemption Redemption address in the product picture ★Children aged 0-3 are free of charge. Child Ticket: Age 4-12 ★People with tattoos are not allowed to enter ★If you enter or stay after 2:00am, the operator will charge JPY2,200 per person, payable in cash or credit card on site
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