In late August, I decided to go to Tokyo on business, so I went to Tokyo early in the afternoon, so there is not much hot spring (Sento) that is open from the morning in the planning to enter the hot spring, the Asakusa Kannon Onsen is open from AM6:30 I decided to aim there. I got off at Ueno station and went to Asakusa station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. Tourists from Asakusa station jammed Kaminarimon, slipping through the nakamise, and goes to the backside of the precincts at the side of Sensoji temple is a bitter amusement park “Asakusa Hanayashiki” immediately before the “Asakusa Kannon Onsen” is there. To tell the truth, when I came to sightseeing in Sensoji temple with my wife before, I was worried about this facility, but I could not say that I really want to enter. This time is revenge at that time in Asakusa, which is now a global tourist destination, there are sparse figures in front of the Asakusa Kannon Onsen, which was became rustic. It seems to have been left behind in the Showa era only here. If it was normal, the exterior would hesitate to enter. This time because it was examined in advance, I did not have to be surprised too much, it has become old furiously, in a large amount in vain shoe box (100 or more), and the vehicle, such as the movement of Bambi, There are a ton of interesting things to do.
It seems to be a tourist attraction in some places, but what kind of reaction does it show if the foreigner comes though it is surprised even by the Japanese? The hot spring has a semi-circular bathtub, divided into two baths in the rambling bathroom. It seems to have had a temperature difference in old days, but it is almost the same now.
The difference is that the narrow tub is a little deeper. The hot water is a brown of turbidity. It is a level of clarity that is quite cloudy and the bottom is almost invisible. It is a thin version of “Black Hot water” which is often seen around Tokyo. In the preliminary survey, it was filtered and transparent, but did you stop filtration? It is absolutely good that this person seems to be a hot spring. Other features, unfortunately, chlorine odor and chemical taste in the influence of the disinfectant tablet that has been put in the bathtub how many is unknown (no tsurasabe feeling). In the wall, “disinfection is the instruction of the health center, concentration is less than the pool PPM”, but even if the hot spring is compared to the pool…
There are no postings such as a hot spring analysis table, and the attitude to the hot spring is a little disappointing. Aside from the quality of the hot water, the atmosphere of the bathroom is retro as if it was a time trip to Showa. There is no shower in the washing area, and there is a lever-type faucet with different hot and cold water on the wall. There is no shampoo and body soap. The equipment specs are the old-fashioned bathhouse itself. It’s not that I used to go to a public bath, but I feel nostalgic for something like that. The fee is 700 yen (the public bathhouse of Tokyo is a uniform 460 yen) so the cost performance is quite bad, but there is such a lot of facilities In a quiet space that I do not think Tokyo, what was surprising that I was able to relax in Tokyo, moreover, there is such a place in Asakusa of the world, it is a new discovery it is not recommended as a hot spring, but I think that it is interesting to stop as a topic making.
Original article source:https://blog.goo.ne.jp/toshibo1977/e/f77d5a137833284b43ccea17a7199d69
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