The kids are back at school, the summer heat has begun to fade, it’s time you took a break and did some serious relaxing.
Life in any city can be stressful and Tokyo is the biggest city in the world but that doesn’t mean you can’t relax…
Here at Weekender we feel for you, so we went out and scoured the city for Tokyo’s best spas, skin care experts and massage therapists. Now you just have to book an appointment: let the experts take care of the rest.
Make a phone call to East and 30 minutes later get a professional Thai masseuse at your home or in your hotel room. East staff is composed of only Thai women who have all studied massage at the Center of Thai Arts and Knowledge.
Specialized in traditional Thai massage that uses assisted yoga asanas to open the joints and relieve the tension in surrounding muscles. The treatment style is slow, deliberate, gentle, non-invasive, and suitable for everybody.
Say Tokyo Weekender when you make a booking and get ¥1000 off!
Tel: 03 5829 8710
Walking in Erawan, the smell of Lotus, the relaxing music and décor will set you straight into a relaxing state. After a 90
minutes massage, stiff muscles can move, your stress will be gone and you will experience the complete realignment of your whole body.
A great place to try and with a 10% discount for Tokyo Weekender readers you have an extra excuse to take some time off.
Mr Murai has developed a unique aromatic healing therapy composed of aromatherapy massage and traditional seitai treatment. You’ll never want the two hours of pure relaxation to end.
Say Tokyo Weekender and get a 10% discount for any treatment between 11 a.m to 4 p.m. Maternity massage is also available.
From exfoliation to extraction, massage and mask, after the 90 minute course you feel completely refreshed and rejuvenated.
Those who book a Dermalogica 90min. facial (and mention Tokyo Weekender), receive a FREE starter kit + Daily Microfliant (valued at ¥4,000). For those who book any Powerlite facial, receive a FREE pack of beauty treatment masks.