- The gabled building has an appearance of a Buddhist temple, which was built by the temple carpenters in the early Showa era. Inside the building was entirely renovated in 2007. The bathing room is large with a tall ceiling, and is filled with minus ions.
- Established in the early Meiji era. Their water is popular among their patrons for its gentle property. This bathhouse preserves the old Shitamachi atmosphere. With the attendant's booth at the entrance, typical to Japanese bathhouses and seasonal flowers, Tsuruno-Yu is a peaceful and comforting bathhouse.
- Established in the late Meiji era. Now operating inside a tall building. They offer 5 different types of water for the bath daily. Their water is believed to help with longevity.
- Established in 1949. Wisteria flowers, protected by Green Ordinance of Taito ward, mark the location of Akebono-Yu. There is a ramp entrance offering a handicapped accessible environment. This is a beloved bathhouse in this neighborhood.
- Established in the 1950's. A beautiful scene of Rikuchu Kaigan (the coastline of the Pacific Ocean in northern Japan) is painted on the left wall of the entrance. The dressing room and the bathing room have old style high ceilings, and the painting of Mt. Fuji add a healing atmosphere to this bathhouse.
- Yudonburi Sakae-Yu
- Highlights of Yudonburi Sakae-Yu are 7 baths with soft water and saunas. They installed a solar hot water system as early as in 1979. This is an ecology minded bathhouse who heats soft water naturally.
- Established in the late Meiji era. The wooden buckets in the bathing room that have become uncommon today and the wicker baskets in the dressing room lend you a historical feel. The golden carp painted on tiles by Shozan Ishida awaits your visit.
- Established in 1950, not too long after WWII. This bathhouse also caters to many patrons of the neighboring ward of Arakawa. You cannot help but notice a framed poem when first entering the building. "When sento (bathhouses) die out, so would humanity...," one of Ryuichi Tamura's poems.
- Established in 1955, Ebisu-Yu is a bathhouse with the warmhearted people of Shitamachi. Roses blossom and kiwi vines grow thick throughout the year. White flowers blossom on kiwi vines in the spring, and they bear kiwifruits in the summer. Enjoy their jacuzzi and ozone baths.