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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Less than a five-minute walk from Shin-Okubo Station sits Mannenyu, a traditional-style Japanese public bath. Hidden down a small side street running south off Okubo Dori, it's not easy to find but its hidden location adds to its old-world charm. The hot spring is a tattoo friendly one, so those with inked skin need not worry about being turned away.
Inside you'll find a selection of different bathing facilities including extra-hot baths, jet stream baths, and a plunge pool for cooling off. If you come unprepared don't worry, shampoo, soap and other amenities are provided, and towels are available to rent.
General admission: 460 yen
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