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Seitai × Treatment

We are pleased to introduce our new addition to our treatment menu at Beng Teng Spa, Seitai × Treatment (120 minutes/19,800 yen)offered through May 31.

This menu includes Seitai (60 minutes) plus an oil treatment (60 minutes) and is the perfect way to detox and energize your body. Seitai is a form of physical therapy involving soft strokes performed while you’re fully dressed, which reaches deeply into the body, creates better physical balance and pulls out signs of fatigue. After Seitai, fatigue is further carried out of the body with an oil treatment which promotes the proper flow of the circulatory and lymphatic symptoms.

This service is provided by one therapist in a private room. Following treatment, you’re welcome to relax in the Beng Teng Spa members’ lounge with its beautiful ocean view.  As a welcome gift for all guests enjoying this new treatment, we’ll either waive the Beng Teng Spa membership fee or present you with our original herbal tea to take home.

Seitai without the oil treatment can also be enjoyed, rates are as follows: Seitai 60(60 minutes for whole body: 10,260 yen Seitai 40(40 minutes for back): 7,020 yen *Beng Teng Spa annual membership fee will be charged to first-time visitors. *Additional discounts cannot be applied to these plans. *We recommend Shiatsu massages at Yumemi Salon if you prefer massages with stronger strokes.

Please email here for reservations and inquiries.

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Jewel of Shonan Festival-One of the night view inheritance of Japan

Winter illumination on Enoshima island started on November 26th this year. Lights around the Enoshima Sea Candle will be up until February 19. Don’t miss this romantic and lovely event. It is chosen as one of the three major illumination spots in the Kanto area by the Night View Summit in 2012 and also one of the night view inheritance of Japan in 2013, which evaluate night views throughout Japan.

Over 40,000 will light up the Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden on top of the island near the lighthouse every night from 17:00. It would be lovely to take a walk up to the garden and explore the island.

“Jewel of Shonan” Festival

Period: November 26 – February 19 Venue:  Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden, Enoshima Sea Candle, Kamegaoka Square, Nakatsumiya Square, Enoshima Iwaya (Grottos), etc. Time: Light up from 17:00-20:00 (last entry 19:30) during the weekday. 17:00-21:00  (last entry 20:30) on the weekends and winter holiday except December 31 to January 6.

So when you visit Enoshima Island Spa during the event period, you can enjoy a relaxing natural hot bath in the cryspy winter air, while watching the sunset behind Mt. Fuji, with the added bonus of viewing the lovely illuminations around the island. Especially in the winter time we have many clear days with a good view of the snowed Mt.Fuji!

Our Night Spa discount currently starts from 6pm. Only with 1,705 yen per person, you have access to pools and hot spring facilities. (A part of the outside pool area is closed during winter season.) Towels and a spa robe included with entrance. Rental swimsuits are available with 540 yen. No reservation is required for entrance. Please enjoy!

The Enoshima Island Spa is located across the bridge from Katase-Enoshima Station, just over an hour from the center of Tokyo. We have Enospa visit reports by our guests on the landing page. Take a look at their reviews. They will greatly help you to get a better feel of what Enospa is like! Our Facebook updates about Enospa’s recent news, special campaigns and various Enoshima island attractions regularly.

Enjoy the winter time!

 

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Enjoy the Fujisawa-Enoshima Fireworks Festival at Enospa

Although summer is usually the season for fireworks in Japan, the Fujisawa-Enoshima Fireworks Festival breaks with the trend and is set to dazzle audiences this fall with more than 3,000 shots of colorful fireworks on October 15, 2016. Considering the earlier sunset, the festival has a start time of 6:00 p.m., making a day trip to Enoshima Island from Tokyo a reasonable proposition.

Enoshima Island Spa is pleased to offer special seating for this festival. You’ll truly have one of the best spots to enjoy the fireworks with the perfect background of nearby Enoshima and the night sea.

Fujisawa Enoshima Fireworks Festival

Date: Saturday, October 15, 2016 (in the event of rain, the event will be moved to Sunday, October 16, 2016) Time: 6:00 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Venue: Katase Beach

We can accept reservations beginning September 6, 2016 for Beng Teng Spa and Holistic Club members and general reservation will open September 13, 2016. Please refer to the contact information below to place your reservation over the phone or contact us online here. We offer selection of seat types/locations and highly recommend the Oceanside Cafe on the pool side and the Enoshima Food Court to see the beachside fireworks light up the autumn sky. We hope to see you there!

Enoshima Food Court — 3,000 yen for one seat (does not include spa entrance fee or food) Located in the area in front of the main entrance of Enospa, available from 4:00 p.m. Email here or call 0466-29-0688 for inquiries and reservations.

Island Grill Restaurant — 10,000 yen including Buffet style dinner and one drink (does not include spa entrance fee) Located on the fourth floor of Enospa, available from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Email here or call 0466-27-7688 for inquiries and reservations.

Sundial Garden — 10,000 yen including one-plate dish and all-you-can-drink (does not include spa entrance fee) Located on the Enospa rooftop, available from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the rooftop of Enospa building. Email here or call 0466-27-7688 for inquiries and reservations.

Oceanside Café — 6,522 yen for one seat and spa entrance fee Located at the outside pool area, available from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Email here or call 0466-29-0688 for inquiries and reservations.

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Enoshima Island Spa: Jewel of Shonan Festival Until Jan. 31

The 3rd prize of  Illumination Award 2015, Entertainment Section!

Winter illumination on Enoshima island started on November 28th this year. Lights around the Enoshima Sea Candle will be up until January 31st, 2016. Don’t miss this romantic and lovely event. It is chosen as one of the three major illumination spots in the Kanto area by the Night View Summit, which evaluates night views throughout Japan.

Over 40,000 will light up the Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden on top of the island near the lighthouse every night from 17:00 until Sunday, 1 February. It would be lovely to take a walk up to the garden and explore the island.

So when you visit Enoshima Island Spa up until the 1st of February, you can enjoy a relaxing natural hot bath in the cryspy winter air, while watching the sunset behind Mount Fuji, with the added bonus of viewing the lovely illuminations around the island. Especially in the winter time we have many clear days with a good view of the snowed Mt.Fuji!

Our Night Spa discount currently starts from 6pm. Only with 1,705 yen per person, you have access to pools and hot spring facilities. (A part of the outside pool area is closed during winter season.) Towels and a spa robe included with entrance. Rental swimsuits are available with 540 yen-. No reservation is required for entrance. Please enjoy!

“Jewel of Shonan” Festival

Period: November 28 – January 31 Venue:  Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden, Enoshima Sea Candle, Kamegaoka Square, Nakatsumiya Square, Enoshima Iwaya (Grottos), etc. Time: Light up from  17:00-20:00 during the weekdays  (last entry 19:30); 17:00-21:00 on the weekends and during Christmas and New Year’s holiday (last entry 20:30)

The Enoshima Island Spa is located across the bridge from Katase-Enoshima Station, just over an hour from the center of  Tokyo. We have Enospa visit reports by our guests on the landing page. Take a look at their reviews. They will greatly help you to get a better feel of what Enospa is like! Our Facebook updates about Enospa’s recent news, special campaigns and various Enoshima island attractions regularly.

Enjoy the winter time!

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