Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai: Tokyo’s Newest Destination for Hot Springs and Gourmet Dining

This time we visited “Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai,” which opened next to Toyosu Market on Thursday, February 1, 2024. There are many new experiences to enjoy throughout the day, such as an open-air bath with one of the best bay views in Tokyo and food experiences at restaurants gathered from all over Japan! Let us introduce you to “Toyosu Senkaku Banrai,” a bustling place of gastronomy and hot springs, with plenty of photos♪.

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What is Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai (豊洲 千客万来)?

Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai is a new facility located in Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo, consisting of the Shokuraku Building, an area that recreates the streets of Edo period neighborhood (old Tokyo), and the Onsen Building, a 24-hour hot spring bathing area. It is a bustling place of gourmet food and hot springs, operated by the Manyo Club Group, which operates 11 hot spring facilities nationwide!

The concept of the facility is to embrace the traditions of Toyosu Market, which have been around since the Edo period, and also to transform natural hot springs into spaces of relaxation and happiness, with the goal of bringing smiles to many people.

“Toki no kane” Bell in Edomae Plaza

In the Shokuraku Building, visitors can enjoy fresh local food from Toyosu Market, as well as savor authentic meals from 70 restaurants from all over Japan. Meanwhile, in the Onsen Building, visitors can immerse themselves in an extraordinary healing experience with natural hot springs brought in from the source, offering a spectacular view, along with a footbath area where one can enjoy the nighttime scenery.

We will introduce the highlights of this new Tokyo landmark, Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai, in detail, along with photos!

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Shokuraku Building 2F: Enjoy food to the fullest in Mekiki Yokocho and Toyosu Menuki Odori

The Shokuraku Building, a commercial facility that recreates an Edo Period townscape, consists of three floors: the first floor houses stores where you can easily enjoy gourmet food; the second floor has Mekiki Yokocho and Toyosu Menuki Odori which recreate a lively Edo Period market and offer a variety of stores; and the third floor has a food court where you can enjoy fresh seafood.

Especially noteworthy are Mekiki Yokocho and Toyosu Menuki Odori on the second floor of the Shokuraku Building! Mekiki Yokocho offers visitors the opportunity to relish fresh seasonal ingredients and delicacies carefully selected by wholesalers, available at counter seats or for take-away. Meanwhile, Toyosu Menuki Odori boasts a variety of restaurants and stores with local popularity, including longstanding favorites since the Edo Period, such as eel and sushi restaurants.

↓ Below are our recommended shops!

Marutake Premium (丸武Premium)

Freshly made, hot, slightly sweet, rich eggs were delicious ✨

Gindaco Highball Sakaba (銀だこハイボール酒場)

The limited menu features takoyaki topped with salmon roe, sea urchin, and grated yam, served with a dashi broth for dipping✨

Echigoya Sukegoro (炭焼魚串 おにぎり 越後屋助五郎)

The plump octopus, seasoned with butter and soy sauce, was very delicious! Although the photo depicts two octopuses, the dish actually comes with four!

Other Shops

Japanese Standing Bar Kome Sankaku/Yakatabune Edomae Kisen Information Desk (日本酒立ち飲み 米三角/屋形船江戸前汽船案内所)

A new style sake standing bar with a Yakatabune information center located on the second floor. You can enjoy Japanese sake pairing✨

↓Pictures of some of the other shops on Toyosu Menuki Odori and Mekiki Yokocho!

Toyosu Menuki Odori(豊洲目抜き大通り)

Mekiki Yokocho

Just by visiting, you can feel the atmosphere of the Edo period, making it a wonderful place to stop by and enjoy both dining and shopping!

Onsen Building 2F: Reading and Relaxation Room with more than 10,000 manga books are available!

Relaxation rooms with generously sized reclining chairs are available free of charge on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors of Onsen Building. The space is equipped with 513 recliners, including a relaxation room with a panoramic view of Toyosu, as well as a relaxation room exclusively for women.

Especially recommended is the Relaxation Room on the second floor. It also has a reading corner, with 10,000 comic books!

This is the perfect place to have a rest after eating or hot spring bath!

Onsen Building 6F: Hot spring bath (open-air bath) with a view of Tokyo Bay

Open-air bath (women’s bathroom)

The hot spring bath on the 6th floor of Onsen Building is used hot spring water from the famous Hakone and Yugawara hot spring sources to create a “hot spring town in the heart of Tokyo”.

Particularly recommended is the open-air bath overlooking Tokyo Bay. You can spend an exquisite moment while enjoying the view. Of course, there are also rest chairs and saunas (salt sauna, dry sauna, and nano-mist sauna only in the women’s bath).

Set admission fee is a discounted set that includes bathing fee, yukata, bath towels, towels, and a fee to use the facility, so you can come empty-handed. Amenities for women are also available.

Onsen Building 7F: Refresh yourself on the bedrock baths

The bedrock baths on the 7th floor of the Onsen Building offer a dry bedrock bath style with a sense of openness. The combination of the most suitable stones for each theme maximizes their efficacy.

The recommended point is the healing room, which promotes metabolism with its high far-infrared ray effect. The temperature is not too hot, but slightly warm and comfortable, and you can relax on the comfortable sofa while enjoying the view.

There was also a cool room to cool down warmed-up bodies and a women-only bedrock bath room!

Onsen Building 8F: Free Footbath Garden (open to the public and free of charge)

This free footbath spot is located on the 8th floor of Onsen Building. Anyone can use it and relax while enjoying the view of Toyosu.

At night, visitors can enjoy the illuminated Rainbow Bridge and other night views of central Tokyo!

café six attached to the building

It is the perfect place to take a break while enjoying a meal.

Other facilities

Floor Map

Front Desk: Onsen Building 7F

Souvenir shop


Healing place: 3,4F

Family Bath: Onsen Building 4F

Dining Area, Free Rest Area: 5F

Members only: 9,10F

Luxury Room: 9F
Footbath garden: 10F

Facility Information

Basic Information


6-5-1 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Phone number


Opening Hours

Sales of goods and food

10:00am – 06:00pm


1F 10:00am-10:00pm
2F 10:00am-10:00pm (Mekiki Yokocho 10:00am-06:00pm)
3F 10:00am-08:00pm

*Some hours of operation differ. For more information, please visit Store page for details.

Senkyaku Banrai Footbath Garden

10:00am – 08:00pm


Set admission fee (10:00am – 3:00 am late night)Additional late-night fee (after 3:00 am)
Adults (junior high school students and above)3,850 yen3,000 yen
Child (elementary school students)2,000 yen1,500 yen
Small children (3 to preschool age)1,400 yen1,500 yen
Under 3 yearsfreefree
All prices shown include tax.

*Set admission fee is a discounted fee for a set of bathing fee, yukata, bath towel, towel, and facility usage fee.


Shijo-mae Station on the Yurikamome is connected to the second floor pedestrian deck.

By train

Yurikamome: 4 min. walk from Shijo-mae Station.

By bus

Tokyo BRT : 3 min. walk from Toyosu-shijo-mae / 7 min. walk from Michi Terrace Toyosu (Toyosu Shijo-mae)

Toei Bus: 5 min. walk from Shijo-mae Eki-mae or 9 min. walk from Shin-toyosu Eki-mae.

For cars

There is a dedicated parking lot for Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai and also for Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club.


Basic charge for use of facilities: 300 yen per 20 minutes on all days
The basic charge when spending no more than 2,000 yen at the facility is 500 yen per 20 minutes on all days.

*Services are available according to the total prices of food and shopping at each store.
*Parking fee services at Toyosu Jogai Edomae Ichiba and Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club can be combined.

Check the Access page for more information.

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