Known for its views of Tokyo Skytree from its outdoor bath, Daikoku-yu also boasts some fine retro bathhouse features. There’s also the huge Mount Fuji mural painted by Mizuki Tanaka, one of the few sento mural-painters in the country. The changing area boasts the typical wooden ceiling found in older buildings.

The onsen-sento itself has a wide range of facilities, including a carbonated bath and two different types of sauna. The bathing space changes depending on the day, which means that the facilities available also differ slightly. The mugwort steam sauna, for instance, is available to male patrons on odd numbered days and females on even days. This also applies to the large outdoor bath. Daikoku-yu is open all night, so even if you arrive late you’ll be able to get in.