Claiming to be the epitome of a bath house, this traditional public bathhouse has a very high ceiling, probably the highest one in Tokyo. Watch stand (positioned relatively low); changing room with a ceiling like ship bottom with an area of 10 ken square (each “ken” equals 1.818 meters); and spacious hall with a wooden floor and a frontage partially 10 ken wide. The paintings on the wall was created by a Japanese artist, Hayakawa. The precise water temperature and great water quality in the three large baths will make your skin smooth and soft.

Address3-26-1, Shin-Kamata, Ota City
AccessA 1-minute walk from Tokyu Bus Shinkamata-3choume stop.

The perfect place to admire their Mount Fuji painting and ceramic art decorating the shower area

– Steph’s pro tip


  • Parking space – 1
  • Laundromat
  • Massage machine
  • Hair dryer
  • Attendant
  • Coin locker
  • Hand towel & bath towel
  • Inside artwork
  • Mosaic artwork
  • Bath heated by firewood

Bath varieties

  • Bubble bath
  • Sleeping bath
  • Supersonic-wave bath
  • Standing shower
  • Also: Natural mineral spring
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