Spa LaQua – Natural Spring Spa in Downtown Tokyo


In a past article, I introduced a hot springs amusement park, “Ooedo onsen monogatari” in Odaiba, Tokyo. Today I want to introduce another hot spring spa, LaQua which is in Tokyo Dorm City in Bunkyo, Tokyo.


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LaQua is a complex leisure and commercial facility consisting of spa, attraction rides, shopping mall, and restaurants. On the basic concept of “Enjoying self-refreshment in the heart of Tokyo,” it is a place for adults to stop by after work. It is especially popular among women.

This video is an introduction video of LaQua, the description is below.




[Spa LaQua]

– Natural hot springs from a level 1,700 meters underground.
– Outdoor bath, inside bath, Jacuzzi, and sauna.
– At Healing Baden Zone, there are five low temperature saunas (including hot stone spa).
– Relaxation Lounge has 170 reclining seats and each one has TV and guests can order drink and snack there. (There is a women only lounge too.)
– There are nine different body care & massage salons, two aesthetic salons, a nail salon, and a hair salon.
– You can enjoy attractions including roller coasters and a big wheel.

There are three restaurants in the spa, and twenty restaurants in the same building.

Spa LaQua opens from 11am to 9am the next morning (open 22 hours/day).

The admission fee is 2,565 yen (please check extra charge in the official website below).


For more information, visit Spa LaQua.



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