Enjoy the spectacular view and hot springs at “Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai” in Tokyo! Details of each floor and rules of bathing facilities.

Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club, a bathing facility at Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai opened in 2024, is a spot where you can refresh yourself with a spectacular urban view and a bath. We will introduce in detail the facilities full of attractions, including an open-air bath with a panoramic bay view and a rooftop footbath that is free of charge. We also provide detailed information on manners and precautions when using the bathing facilities, so please be sure to read to the end.


What is Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai?

“Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai” is a new facility in Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo, consisting of an area where visitors can enjoy gourmet foods in a reproduction of an Edo period townscape and an area with bathing facilities open 24 hours a day. The facility is only a 2-minute walk from Ichiba-mae Station, making it easy to access, and allows visitors of all ages to enjoy gourmet food, shopping, and a bath.

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About Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club

Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai (The building facility in the back is the Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club)

In this article, we will introduce in detail the “Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club,” where you can soak in a hot spring bath and refresh yourself while enjoying a spectacular view of Tokyo. Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club is a facility located on the 2nd to 7th floors, and includes not only hot springs, but also saunas, bedrock baths, rest areas, restaurants, and accommodations.

What you can do at Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club

The following is a list of what you can do at the Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club.

  • In addition to hot springs, the facility has a sauna, a bedrock bath, a dining area, a relaxation room, and guest rooms, where you can relax for a long time.
  • The open-air baths and dining area offer a spectacular view of Tokyo Bay.
  • The admission fee includes a house suit, amenities, and towels, so you can use the facility with nothing.
  • It is open 24 hours a day, so you can spend the night as well, but there are no private rooms and there is an additional charge after 3 am.
  • On the rooftop, there is a footbath that non-users of Manyo Club can enter for free.

About each floor

6th floor: Large bath with spectacular views

First, let us introduce you to the 6th floor, where the main baths are located. Here you can take a variety of baths, including open-air baths, indoor baths, and saunas.

Please follow bathing etiquette, such as washing your body once before entering a hot spring and not putting your towel in the bath, so that everyone can use the hot spring in a pleasant manner.

Rotenburo (open air bath)

The baths on the 6th floor are fed by the source of water from Hakone and Yugawara, popular hot spring resorts in Kanagawa Prefecture. Particularly recommended is the open-air bath overlooking Tokyo Bay. You can spend an exquisite moment while enjoying the view.

Open-air bath (women’s bathroom)

indoor bath

In addition to the open-air baths, there are several other types of baths. There is a spacious large bath where you can stretch out your legs, a sleeping bath where you can get into while sleeping, and a bath where you can be enveloped by mist. Take a variety of baths to relieve your daily fatigue.

“Sleeping bath” where you can soak in the bath while sleeping
Nanokura, a new type of mist bath (for women only)


Sauna is a method of detoxifying the body by sweating in a room heated by steam and other substances. Sauna is said to have originated in Finland, but there are also many bathing facilities with saunas in Japan.

There are many types of saunas, including salt saunas, dry saunas, and mist saunas (women’s bathroom only), so please take this opportunity to try them out.

salt sauna
dry sauna


If you choose a plan that includes the bathing fee, yukata, bath towel, towel, and the museum fee, you can go without anything. Hair dryers and amenities are also available.

dressing room

7th floor: Sweat and refresh yourself at Ganbanyoku (stone souna)

Ganbanyoku (stone souna)

Stone souna is a health treatment in which one lies on heated bedrock and slowly sweats. It is a great way to slowly warm the body from the core, and is performed while wearing special clothes. Stone sounas are cooler than saunas, making them easier to enter for those who do not like saunas.

There is also a women-only stone souna in the building. There is also a cool room for cooling down after a hot day at the stone souna.

Women-only stone souna
Ganbanyoku (stone souna)

Healing Room

There is also a “Healing Room” rest area with a slightly warm and comfortable temperature. Enjoy the view while relaxing on the comfortable sofas.

Healing Room

8th floor: free footbath spot “Scenic Ashiyu Foot Bath Garden”

A free footbath spot located on the 8th floor in the Scenic Ashiyu Foot Bath Garden. It is recommended for those who don’t have time or are not comfortable with hot springs, as only the feet can be soaked in hot springs.

Anyone can use it free of charge and relax while enjoying the view of Toyosu. At night, visitors can enjoy the illuminated Rainbow Bridge and other night views of central Tokyo.

Footbath with a spectacular view

The footbath is located on the rooftop, so the breeze is very pleasant and comfortable. Just soaking your feet in the hot spring water is quite relaxing. There is also a café next to the footbath, where you can also enjoy the spectacular view.

Information marked “Crowded “.

Because the footbaths are free of charge, the footbaths tend to be crowded, so it is recommended to time your visit accordingly. Please refer to the information in front of the elevator to see how crowded it is.

Footbath towel sales

Towels for the footbath can be purchased for 200 yen at the machine in front of the elevator. Please note that cash is required for purchase. Of course, you can use your own towel or handkerchief.

2F~5F Relaxation room, Dining room, Guest rooms, etc.

On the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors, there are relaxation rooms with generously sized reclining chairs that can be used free of charge. These rooms offer a panoramic view of the Toyosu area and are a great place to relax. There is also a women-only relaxation room, which is a nice feature.

Particularly recommended is the relaxation room on the second floor. It also has a reading corner with a whopping 10,000 comic books. This is the perfect place to take a break after a meal or a hot spring bath, where you can spend the whole day here alone.

There is also a restaurant on the 5th floor, where you can enjoy authentic Japanese cuisine and buffets with a spectacular view of Tokyo Bay. Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club is also available for overnight stays, making it the perfect place to stay for those who want to experience the feeling of a hot spring trip while sightseeing in the heart of the city.

Points to keep in mind when using the facilities

Bathing Manners

Bathing facilities are used by a variety of people. To ensure that everyone can use the hot springs in a pleasant environment, please follow the rules below.

  • Wash your body once before getting into the bath.
  • Tie your hair in a knot with an elastic so that it does not soak into the bathtub.
  • Do not allow towels to soak in the bath!
  • Avoid using smartphones and cell phones in bathrooms and changing rooms

Bathing etiquette may vary from one onsen facility to another, so be sure to check the written rules of that facility before using it.

About Tattoos

In Japan, there are many onsen facilities that generally do not allow use of those with tattoos on their bodies. At Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club, however, tattoos are allowed as long as the following rules are observed when using the facilities.

At Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club, you can use the facilities after applying a tattoo as long as the tattoo can be covered with up to two designated cover stickers (LL size, 11cm x 20cm). Cover stickers can be purchased at the front desk (110 yen per sticker).

Tattoos that exceed the size of the cover sticker or who refuse to use the cover sticker are not allowed to enter.

Hours of Operation and Charge

Opening Hours

Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club is open 24 hours a day, but the following floors have limited hours of operation due to cleaning and other reasons. In addition, the free footbath space (Scenic Ashiyu Foot Bath Garden) is open from 10:00 to 20:00.

Large bathroom: Not available from 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. due to cleaning. Changing rooms: Not available from 3:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. due to cleaning.


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
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.

For more information, please visit the official website of the Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club.

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