Akebono-yu

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Akebono-yu, founded in 1773, is the oldest sento bathhouse in Tokyo. The first and second floors combined house 12 types of bath—all drawing natural spring water—and two types of sauna. The establishment serves draft beer, cold sake, and a broad variety of meals including ramen noodles and fried rice. The entrance may be difficult to spot, but look for the yellow “天然温泉あけぼの湯 (Tennen Onsen Akebono-yu)” signboard in the alley.

* Visitors with tattoos or who are intoxicated are prohibited from entry.

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

3-12-11 Funabori,

Edogawa-ku

Postal code:134-0091

Contact information

Name:Akebono-yu

Telephone number:03-3680-5611

Fax number:03-3680-5624

Access

By train:5-min. walk from Toei Shinjuku Line Funabori Station

Parking

Available

Other services

Facility information

Toilet facilities available | Restaurant facilities | Massage | Onsen (hot spring) | Rotenburo (open-air bath) | Sauna |

Map information

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