LaQua Spa at Tokyo Dome City

Spa LaQua is an onsen in the middle of Tokyo Dome City.  They have multiple mineral pools, some with jets. There is a steam room, places to eat, get a massage, have your nails done, watch TV, and sleep. It is a great day spa.  Massage, nails, and food are additional costs. They give you a bracelet that has a chip in it to keep track of your purchases. Tattoos are not allowed, but some of my friends covered themselves up with a small towel and had no issues. I really enjoyed the experience and would go again. In addition, there is plenty of other attractions in the area! There are several train stations around Tokyo Dome City. I arrived at Suidobashi station and it was about a 10 minute walk to the spa. The entrance fee is ¥2565 for adults.  Open year round from 11:00 am to 9:00 am. – Danielle Kirby, February 2013.

For information about enjoying onsens in Japan check here: Onsen: Japanese Hot Spring Baths

One Response to LaQua Spa at Tokyo Dome City

  1. A friend and I drove to Tokyo Dome City today – a Wednesday. Leaving at 9:30am it took just 1 hour to arrive at Tokyo Dome City parking. Though parking is 400 yen per hour, it maxes out at 1500 yen. The drive home, leaving at 3pm also took just 1 hour. Easy and we didn’t run into any traffic either way. We took the kids to OsoBono – which was expensive but really fun. Reminds me of Bornelund only bigger and with an awesome train track area.

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