Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai, a Well Rounded Experience in Toyosu

The Latest Oasis in Toyosu, Tokyo


In a city that never sleeps, Tokyo has added another feather to its cap of endless attractions. Opened in February 1, 2024, the Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai Facility is poised to become a heavyweight player in the city’s lifestyle and wellness scene. Situated on the manmade island of Toyosu in the Koto district, this facility is not just another addition; it’s a transformative experience waiting to unfold.

Developed by the renowned hospitality organization Manyo Club, the Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai Facility is a grand undertaking that promises to be a multi-storey shopping and entertainment hub. The facility features two distinct sections: a commercial wing known as the Toyosu Offsite Edomae Market, and a public bathhouse tentatively named Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club.

Community Contributions and Environmental Considerations

Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai Facility

The official website of Manyo Club highlights the facility’s commitment to community development and environmental sustainability. It aims to work in conjunction with the main Toyosu Market facility to enhance the area’s charm. The facility is designed to meet various needs, including food safety, efficient logistics, and environmental considerations. It provides a place where visitors can enjoy the charm of food while feeling the market’s vitality and liveliness.

The Commercial Wing: A Culinary and Retail Paradise

Toyosu Offsite Edomae Market

The retail section, known as Toyosu Offsite Edomae Market, consists of four levels, for a grand total of approximately 14,690 square meters. This expansive layout evokes the timeless allure of Tokyo’s Edo era. Some of its architectural elements include wood harvested from the Tama area, Mikage stones and tiles smoked on Awaji Island to ensure a feeling of authenticity.

Within its walls, patrons are treated to an assortment of culinary and shopping experiences, taking advantage of fresh seafood straight from Toyosu and other local produce. From sushi bars to artisanal craft shops, this section is a genuine feast for the senses.

The Public Bathhouse: A Sanctuary of Wellness

Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club

The public bathhouse, Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club, is a sprawling wellness center reaching up to nine floors with an additional basement level. Covering approximately 19,095 sqm, the bathhouse offers an open-air bath filled with water directly sourced from Hakone-Yugawara hot springs.

But that’s not all; the facility features a sauna, bedrock baths, massages, and other spa treatments. Additionally, two rooftop footbath gardens allow patrons the chance to relax while enjoying panoramic vistas of Toyosu.

With the Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai Facility, Tokyo has added another landmark that also enriches its lifestyle offerings. This facility is a haven for both locals and tourists alike, bringing together the best of gastronomy, shopping experiences, and wellness treatments. 

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