LaQua
Korakuen: Onsen
 
LaQua: Korakuen
Korakuen / Onsen
Open 11am-9am (spa area) daily.
Admission to spa: Y2565, with additional late-night and weekend holiday surcharges
Average visit time: 1-4 hours

The LaQua complex, part of Tokyo Dome City, features a hot-spring spa and a shopping center with more than seventy shops and restaurants, interspersed with a handful of amusement park rides.

The baths feature sodium-chloride-infused natural spring water drawn from 1700 meters underground. In addition to the various baths, visitors can indulge in Thai- and Hawaiian-style massages, several different low-temperature saunas, and aromatherapy sessions.

Bunkyo-ku, Kasuga 1-1-1.
Korakuen/Kasuga station (Marunouchi, Namboku, Mita, Oedo lines)
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