Natural Hot Spring Heiwajima


A relaxing and therapeutic natural hot spring facility in Tokyo, Heiwajima is a large, multipurpose complex with a variety of baths. The sodium-chloride water, which gushes up from 2,000 meters below the ground, has a silky feel to it, leaving one’s skin feeling incredibly smooth. The highly-carbonated bath is a great place to unwind and is also said to be good for blood flow and improving metabolism. While soaking in the water, guests can enjoy watching the big-screen TV. There’s also a whirlpool bath, reclining bath and a Togoal bath, which is beneficial for lower back and joint pain, stiff shoulders and various other ailments. Away from the baths, guests can soak in steam with the Löyly sauna experience during which, water infused with natural aromas is thrown over a heated sauna oven. The extremely hot air contains negative ions which boosts metabolism and helps with the elimination of waste products. It leaves you feeling completely revitalized. The same could be said of the healing programs at Heiwajima, which include acupuncture, moxibustion, shiatsu massage and so much more. There’s also a spacious relaxation room with a choice of relining and full-flat seats, plus a restaurant with a great selection of Japanese and Western dishes. With free shuttle buses to and from Haneda Airport in the mornings and evenings, this would be wonderful place to start any trip in Japan.

KEIKYUKAIHATSU Co., Ltd. (東京都大田区)

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2023 Award
Genre: Experiences

Price (excluding tax) ※ Please see the latest pricing and tax information on the company's home page.

‘- Adults(7-hour system)
Weekdays JPY2,091
Weekends and holidays JPY2,410
※A separate hot-spring tax of 150 yen is required.

– Children (3 years old ~ elementary school student)
All day JPY910 (7-hour system)
– Infant (under 3 years old)
All day JPY273
*Includes towel, indoor clothes, and facility usage fee.

– Rock bath
Adults only JPY546
(All excluding tax)