Japanese Day Spas in Melbourne CBDEverything Japanese is in, so why not indulge your mind and body by treating yourself at one of the following Melbourne day spas where you can unwind from all the city stress and find a little bit of Zen.
Melbourne Japanese Day Spas
8-10 Warburton Lane, Melbourne
(03) 9642 3663
Take a Melbourne laneway, add an urban warehouse shell and fuse it with a Japanese inspired interior and you have a Japanese oasis that awaits you. Sakura Lounge specializes in the art of healing while taking you on a journey of inner peace and outer glow.
Their professional and friendly team offers a wide variety of therapies that have been practiced for centuries to restore balance, harmony and maintain optimum health.
Indulge in their extensive range of massage, holistic and beauty therapies as well as their Head to Toe, Friends and Lovers, Japanese Princess and Japanese Geisha packages that will be sure to pamper your mind, body and soul. Upon completion of your desired package, relax with some herbal tea and Japanese sweets in the Relaxation Room.
Open Monday to Friday, 10am-6:30pm; Thursday 'til 8:30pm; Saturday 10am-6:30pm; Sunday by appointment only
Level 5, Centreway Arcade, 259 Collins Street, Melbourne
(03) 9664 9764
Open Tuesday to Thursday, 11am-7pm; Friday 10am-6pm; Saturday 10am-5pm
Allow Kocho to take you on a sensory journey into deep relaxation and leave you feeling as light and peaceful as a crimson (ko) butterfly (cho). Kocho embraces the simple use of water to cleanse the mind, body and spirit to help you unwind, relax and recharge for the day ahead.
Treatments are deluxe and include: Kocho rituals (bath rituals); retreats; face; body; massage; hydrotherapy; lunchtime escapes and finishing touches that will be sure to truly satisfy any pampering need you had in mind.
The Japanese Bath House
59 Cromwell Street, Collingwood 3066
(03) 9419 0268
The Japanese Bath House otherwise known as ofuroya is the first traditional Japanese public bathhouse (sento) in Australia. Since it opened its doors back in 1999, thousands of Australians have discovered the peace, solitude and relaxation that Japanese Bath Houses can provide.
There are separate sections in the Bath House for men and women to submerge in the deep traditional Japanese style bath. After relaxing in the hot bath or steaming out in the sauna, relax with a drink in the lounge or a shiatsu acupressure after your bath.
Once you have indulged in a Japanese Bath House, you a definitely ready to treat your senses and serve you indulgences at Japan's natural Hot Springs (onsen) and bath Houses (ofuroya).
Open Tuesday to Friday, 11am-10pm; Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays, 11am-8pm; closed Mondays
Review by Monica
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