Oedo Onsen Monogatari Travel Guide

Oedo Onsen Monogatari
Step into the hot spring baths of Oedo Onsen Monogatari, the hot spring park complete with food halls and relaxation rooms, for a zen trip back to the Edo era.

Nearby Food Experiences

Nearby Restaurants


Chinese Restaurant Toh-Lee (Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba)

The Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba’s second floor plays host to Toh-Lee, a Cantonese restaurant whose culinary philosophy is based around constant exploration and evolution, even for tried-and-tested Chinese classics.
Dinner: ¥20,000-25,000

Teppanyaki Icho (Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba)

Teppanyaki Icho not only dazzles guests with spectacular displays of culinary skill, but also a beautiful sight of Tokyo Bay and its surroundings, thanks to its position on the 30th floor of the Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba.
Dinner: ¥35,000-40,000

The Grill on 30th

Scenes of the Rainbow Bridge and luxury French-inspired dining await guests at this sky-high Odaiba restaurant. Visiting guests are spoilt for choice with an extensive international wine menu and the finest steaks from across the globe.
Dinner: ¥20,000-25,000

Tsuruhashi Fugetsu Odaiba

A long-established name in great Osaka-style okonomiyaki, visit their Tokyo restaurant for a taste of this delicious savory pancake dish.
Lunch: ¥1,000-1,999
Dinner: ¥1,000-1,999

Odaiba is known as Tokyo’s center for science and technology, with futuristic showrooms and architecture amongst progressive museums, yet in a far corner of the concrete island lies a window to Edo. Step back from the future and into the past; Oedo Onsen Monogatari is Odaiba’s Edo-themed hot spring theme park. Founded in 2003, it’s one of the largest onsen parks in Japan, an authentic onsen experience open 22 hours a day. Offering a number of baths, dress up in colorful yukata robes and take selfies with friends in the lavish outdoor foot spas or play with family in the amusement area, before heading into the food hall for dinner (or snack time, Round 4). Lit with hanging lanterns and nostalgic decor, a number of small eateries offer meals like sushi, ramen, different izakaya dishes, and your favorite drinks. Stay the night or arrive early to enjoy a traditional Japanese breakfast, too! For cleansing almost around the clock, relax while soaking in communal baths, pumped with minerals that leave your skin silky smooth, or be pampered with a luxury massage or salon facial. Eat, drink, bathe, repeat, Oedo Onsen Monogatari is a relaxation haven.

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