Denjo Yu


Museums & Attractions


This public bath has been in the same family for over 50 years, and is currently being run by the fifth head of the family. On the wall inside the bathhouse, a picture of view of Mt. Fuji. The bath is spacious and has a shallow section, which is perfect for lying back and relaxing. Another point of interest is that Denjo Yu has an on-site well from which they draw their high quality water. Sento-goers can get a taste of the water from a dispenser located in front of the booth at the entrance. The bathhouse also sells its own brand of water called ‘vivestar biz’. The well-water is usually ¥1,400 for 12 litres (3 gallons) and ¥2,100 for 18.5 litres (5 gallons). Denjo Yu is currently running a promotion whereby customers can receive water for free.


1-20-12 Nishigahara, Kita, Tokyo

Transport Komagoe station (JR Yamanote, Tokyo Metro Namboku Lines)

Telephone 03 3910 6426

Open Mon-Thur 3-11pm, Sat until 10pm, Sun 7am-11am, 4-11pm / closed Fri


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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