Tokyo Oxygen Bars, A Breath of Fresh Air in the City

Probably not one of the Tokyo Oxygen Bars
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Want to try something a little out of the ordinary while in Tokyo? Look no further than the Tokyo oxygen bars.

What is an Oxygen Bar?

Oxygen bars are known as O2 bars, “sanso bars,” or aroma bars in Japan. They are much like your average bar, except that instead of alcohol, oxygen is the main attraction.  Proponents of oxygen bars claim that the increased oxygen helps clear toxins out of the system.  In addition, the added aromas are said to promote overall well-being.

Oxygen bars experienced a boom in the ’80s. However, they have faced rapid decline in recent years.  Now only a few oxygen bars remain. Instead, oxygen pods, which are full immersion oxygen environments, have taken more of a foothold.

Still, there are a few oxygen bars to be visited in the Tokyo area. Pease take a look at the following list of Tokyo oxygen bars.

Tokyo Oxygen Bars

 

Location:
1-5-20 Azabu #10
#5 Hayakawa Building, 4th floor
Minato-ku, Tokyo
106-0045

Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12:00 – 22:00
Sunday, 12:00 – 19:00
Monday, closed

Price:
20 minutes, 1,200 yen
30 minutes, 1,800 yen

Description:  This Tokyo oxygen bar is called Azabu Resort. It has many “flavors” of oxygen available, such as mandarin orange, green apple, lavender, peppermint, and more!  They also offer other therapy services, like stone massage bed, aroma oil massage, reflexology detox foot bath, and more.

Azabu Oxygen Bar
Azabu Oxygen Bar Map

 

 

O2 Venus, Donki Spa

Location:
Don Quijote, Ueno Branch
5th Floor, Beauty Floor
3-38-10 Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
113-0034

Hours:
Monday – Sunday (Including holidays), 12:00pm – 5:00am

Price:
20 minutes, 1,500 yen

Description:  For just 1,500 yen, you can try the aroma therapy oxygen bar while getting a foot bath.  They also offer other therapies, such as ear therapy, and body therapy, among other service.

Donki Oxygen Bar
O2 Venus Oxygen Bar Map

Non Quina

Location:
1-27-12 Hamamatsu-cho
Shuwa-Hamamatsuchou Intersection Building, 3rd Floor
Minato-ku, Tokyo

Hours:
24 hours, no holidays

Price:
15 minutes, 500 yen
Ticket book, 11 times, 3,000 yen
1 month free pass, 4,800 yen

Description: Non-Quina is a combination net-cafe, O2 reflexology center, and Tokyo oxygen bar.  They have some really great deals and combination packages for their internet cafe and oxygen-related services!

Non-Quina Oxygen Bar Map
Non-Quina Oxygen Bar Map

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Caveats

The efficacy of oxygen bars is questioned by some, but they are generally thought to be non-harmful.  However, people with certain ailments might want to avoid them. Please do some research first before deciding to go.  Have fun and be safe in Tokyo!

Have you tried an oxygen bar?  A Tokyo oxygen bar? Let us know in the comments!

5 thoughts on “Tokyo Oxygen Bars, A Breath of Fresh Air in the City

  1. mk siosa says:

    I’m going to travel to japan by the 3rd week of the month, but still I can’t find where i will buy this oxygen bar. ๐Ÿ™ Hope someone can help me ๐Ÿ™ ๐Ÿ™

    Reply
    1. L. says:

      Hi! I believe that Azabu Resort and Non Quina are still in business.
      However Donki Spa may be closed.

      You can find the Azabu Resort near Azabujuban Station.

      Non Quina is near Hamamatsucho Station.

      The map graphic in the article will give you an idea of how to get to the oxygen bars from the stations.

      If you had any questions, please comment again to let me know!

      Reply
  2. mk siosa says:

    hi! did anyone know where i can buy this oxygen bar in japan? please help me

    Reply

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