5-story Tokyo spa resort offers various modes of relaxation, stays open overnight

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Spa LaQua offers various types of treatments and massages including Korean scrub, which is popular among the visitors. (COURTESY OF TOKYO DOME CORPORATION)
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Spa LaQua offers various types of treatments and massages including Korean scrub, which is popular among the visitors. (COURTESY OF TOKYO DOME CORPORATION)

5-story Tokyo spa resort offers various modes of relaxation, stays open overnight

by: Hana Kusumoto | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: August 04, 2018

In Japan, one doesn’t need to travel far to enjoy the many natural hot springs — or onsens in Japanese — the country has to offer. In fact, it is commonly said that digging 1,000 meters underground anywhere on the volcanic island will lead to a hot spring.

Onsens are commonly associated with remote or rural locations — like the mountains or small seaside towns. Luckily, visitors to Tokyo don’t have to travel far (or dig deep) to treat themselves with a rejuvenating trip to an onsen.

Spa LaQua, conveniently located in Tokyo Dome City in central Tokyo, is a five-story complex that includes various onsens, saunas, spas and three different restaurants. The facility offers a quick getaway from the crowds of baseball fans and amusement park-goers that dominate the area.

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