Outdoor Sauna Experience

Tokyo/Higashimukojima, Sumida-ku
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Description
Experience outdoor sauna in a sauna truck.

Required time
120 minutes
Please come on time

Host name
Chirupari
I'm into Outdoor sauna!
Enjoy Sauna in Tokyo!

Required Equipment
Towel,Swimsuit,flip flops
Equipments provided by host
Aroma towel(Aufguss),Tub,Ladle

Eligibility
Any
Supported Languages
Japanese

Note
※1: Reservations must be made more than 24 hours in advance (but even if made after this deadline, a reservation is still made on the system, but will not be authorized) ※2: Minimum number of participants is 6. Feel free to bring your friends.

Cancellation Deadline
17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
If you cancel your reservation after the Cancellation Deadline, cancellation fee will be applied. Cancellation rate can be checked here
In case of raining
Will cancel
Depending on weather condition, the host will decide whether the activity would be cancelled at least 4 hours before starting time. Cancellation notification will be presented in your My Page, and we will also inform you via email

Meeting Place
Camping site around Tokyo

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4,000 JPY

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