Thank you for supporting Tokyo Dome City. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims of COVID-19 and our heartfelt sympathies to those who have been affected. We would also like to express our deepest gratitude to all those who are engaged in the medical field and who are making daily efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.​ ​
In light of the Government's and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's policies regarding the situation of the COVID-19, Tokyo Dome City has reopened some of its facilities and stores on June 1 after taking the appropriate measures to prevent any further infections.
In order to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our customers and staff, we will implement infection prevention measures in accordance with the guidelines of each industry. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding and cooperation when using our facilities. Please note that the timeline for reopening is subject to change depending on the future situation and progress of infection prevention measures.

Please take all necessary precautions when you visit.

Spa LaQua is resuming normal operations since Monday, June 1st.

Located in the center of Tokyo, LaQua is a hot spring facility that includes restaurants, treatment & beauty facilities, and a spa with natural hot spring water that flows out from 1,700 m under Tokyo Dome City.

  • Closed:October,19(Mon.) - 20(Tue.),2020

Request for cooperation in implementing your temperature measurement

Spa LaQua conducts infection prevention activities and operates with great care to prevent the spread of infection. Based on the guidelines published by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, we decided to measure a temperature of each guest when entering Spa LaQua.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

  • ※We will check your temperature using a non-contact thermometer at the front desk.
  • ※If your temperature is over 37.5 ° C, we will refuse entry.
  • ※In addition, we may ask you to fill out a the questionnaire if necessary.
  • ※You may be asked to leave Spa LaQua at the discretion of the facility manager if symptoms such as coughing still do not stop after entering Spa LaQua.
Hours
Every Day
11:009:00 Following Morning
  • Closed:April,13(Mon.) - 14(Tue.),October,19(Mon.) - 20(Tue.),2020
  • ※Bath available until 8:30 the following morning (open-air bath 7:30)​ ​
  • ※Last admission 8:00
  • ※Some facilities are not available during the night.
  • ※Guests at the age of 6 to 17 must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian and can stay only until 18: 00. Children at the age of 6 to 11 must be accompanied by a guardian of the same gender. (The last admission is at 15:00.)
  • ※Spa LaQua may be closed on certain days for inspection or maintenance of facilities.
Admission
Fees
Venue
Tokyo Dome City LaQua 5 to 9 Floors (Front Desk at 6F) (Tokyo Dome City Map)

Fees

Admission

Fees (tax included)
Adults (ages 18 and over) 2,900 yen
6 to 17 years old 2,090 yen
  • Guests at the age of 6 to 17 must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian and can stay only until 18: 00. Children at the age of 6 to 11 must be accompanied by a guardian of the same gender. (The last admission is at 15:00.)
  • Spa LaQua does not allow children aged 0 to 5 for safety reasons.
  • Spa LaQua prohibits the persons described in the following from entering: Persons with tattoos or other body art (paint, seals, etc.). Persons believed to be gang members or members of or related to other antisocial organizations. Once you exit, you are not allowed to re-enter the facility.

Other fees

Fees (tax included)
Healing Baden (Not available for 17 years or younger) 880 yen
Late night extra charge (Customers staying from 1:00 am after midnight to 6:00 am in the morning ) 1,980 yen
Holiday extra charge (Saturdays, Sundays, holiday, other specific days) 350 yen

Cautions

  • Spa LaQua prohibits the persons described in the following from entering: Persons who are intoxicated. Persons with possible skin disease or other communicable diseases. Persons whose use of the facility is believed to be inappropriate. Once you exit, you are not allowed to re-enter the facility.
  • Once you exit, you are not allowed to re-enter the facility.
  • Do not bring items not necessary for bathing into bathing areas such as plastic bottles, drinks, food, newspapers, magazines, books, electronic devices.
  • Spa LaQua is a smoke-free establishment. Please smoke only in designated smoking areas.
  • Avoid bathing after consuming alcohol or taking medicine, or shortly after exercise.
  • Spa LaQua is not responsible for any accident, injury, lost or stolen items within the facility.
  • Please refer to the following regarding the use of electronic equipment such as cellular phones, mobile devices, etc. inside the facility:
    No use ... in Bathing area, Healing Baden (in all rooms)
    No photographs or phone calls ... in Lockers, Relaxation Lounge or Ladies’ Lounge
    Please do not take pictures of anyone who is not accompanying you.
  • Actual costs must be paid to compensate for loss of wrist bands, shoe locker keys, spa wears or towels. Please be sure not to lose these items.
  • Please note that there are no swimwear wearing areas, such as a swimming pool in our facility. You cannot enter the bath while wearing clothes or towels.
  • Rinse with hot water or shower before entering baths.
  • Do not stay in a bath (or sauna) too long as dizziness may result.
  • Do not dip towels or head hair into the bathwater.
  • Please be quiet in the facility.

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