Ooedo Onsen Monogatari (Onsen Theme Parks), Tokyo
“The Ooedo Onsen Monogatari” of Tokyo Odaiba, that started as a first Japanese Onsen (hot spring) theme park on March 1, 2003 (the 400th anniversary of the Edo shogunate), is a new famous place of Odaiba that reproduced “a town of Edo” in the downtown area.
In addition, it is the hot spring facilities which you can go willingly, and is popular among all the children, adults, and elderly people, and gather attention as an eccentric place for dating.
The theme is based on traveling back in time to the Edo era, and it is a point of popularity that the visitor change into yukata which this park rent after entering a building, and you can do the play that is popular in the Edo era in the hall.
There are a lot of shops which you can pay all with a tsuko-tegata (a certificate for people in the Edo period) in Hirokoji (a main street). There is a mom-and-pop candy stores where you can buy Japanese nostalgic cheap candy.
And there are some souvenir shop, so you can fully enjoy an atmosphere of Edo before entering the hot spring or the occasion of the meal.
You can buy chopsticks and T-shirt of the Edo design, and “The Hello Kitty version of Ooedo Onsen Monogatari” in souvenir shop, which are popular among the junior and senior high school students.
|Name:||Ooedo Onsen Monogatari (Onsen Theme Parks)|
|Adresse:||2-6-3 Aomi, Koto-ku Tokyo 135-0064 Japan|
|Access:||Yurikamome line "Telecom Center-eki Station” (2 minutes walk)|
|Price:||2,612 yen (Adult : Sat. & Sun. ¥2,828・Special Day ¥2,936)
1,058 yen (Under 12 years old)
Free (Under 4 years old)