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[Tokyo, Akasaka] A Kyoto-style inn-like atmosphere and unique Japanese bodywork and massage "Hannari"

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Hannari, a 30-second walk from Akasaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, is a chiropractic salon where you can enjoy the ultimate healing experience from a professional in a completely private room. The charm of this salon is the Japanese-style interior, which is modeled after a Kyoto inn. Yo...

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Access to the chiropractic salon "Hannari"

The chiropractic salon "Hannari" is a 30-second walk from Akasaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line. Exit 1 of Akasaka Station is the closest, so if you go straight after leaving Exit 1, you will immediately see the building. It is on the 4th floor of the building shown in this photo, and the name of the building is "SUGANO Building." There are many tourist spots such as "Akasaka Sacas" near the salon, as well as plenty of izakayas and restaurants, so after soothing your tired body at "Hannari," you can enjoy sightseeing in Tokyo.

Japanese space and hospitality

"Hannari" is a space reminiscent of a Kyoto inn. When you arrive at the salon, the first thing you will be offered is a welcome drink of Japanese tea and Japanese sweets. Serving tea and Japanese sweets is a Japanese style of "omotenashi" hospitality. We offer them so that our customers can spend their time leisurely. While you are drinking your tea, you can decide on your menu.

The private rooms are as shown in the photo above, and are a space where you can truly enjoy the atmosphere of Japan and Kyoto. Two private rooms can be connected to create a pair of rooms. Perfect for couples or friends.

Our massage techniques are number one in the area.

All staff at "Hannari" are professional masseuses. Their techniques are so good that it is no exaggeration to say they are the best in Japan. They will relieve your fatigue, such as headaches, stiff shoulders, and back pain, with unique Japanese bodywork techniques. The first thing you should try at this store is the "Full Body Relaxation Bodywork." We recommend the 60-90 minute course. Your body will be relieved of fatigue and you will feel refreshed.

The price is cheap!

Hannari offers the best massage in a high-quality space, and the prices are very reasonable. A 60-minute full-body massage course usually costs 6,600 yen, but if you're visiting for the first time, it's a bargain at 4,600 yen. High quality, yet so reasonable! I think it's a real bargain. That's why it's so popular with Japanese people working in Akasaka.

If you're looking for fun in Akasaka, Tokyo, we recommend "Hannari"!

I think that Japanese bodywork techniques are at the top level when compared to other techniques around the world. If you come to Tokyo for sightseeing, be sure to visit "Hannari" to experience this technique.

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