In the great tradition of Japanese public baths, Kabuki’s communal bath is designed to encourage harmony and relaxation.
Facilities include a hot pool, cold plunge, dry sauna, and steam room. Individual bathing areas include traditional Japanese-seated showers and standing western-style showers. You are welcome to enjoy the complimentary bath products, sea salts, chilled face cloths, and teas. The communal baths include a full-time bathing attendant.
Please turn off your cell phone and other electronics. Allow this time to be about disconnecting.
Keep your locker key with you at all times.
It is traditional to shower before using the pools
You may begin with the dry sauna (160 degrees) or the steam room (120 degrees)
Reinvigorate with the cold pool (55 degrees)
Rest, relax, and rehydrate
Complete the ritual with a soak in the hot pool (104 degrees)
The communal baths is a peaceful, quiet time for people to reconnect with their spirits. Please help maintain the contemplative atmosphere of the bathing area with respect and quiet.
Communal Bath Schedule:
Women: Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Men: Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays
Coed: Tuesdays (Bathing Suit Required)
Communal Bath Rates:
Monday to Sunday, all day: $25.00
Use of the communal baths with a treatment: $15.00
Kabuki Club Members: 300 Kabuki Club points
A valid photo I.D. is required to use the baths. Children between 10 and 16 are welcome to enjoy the baths, but must be accompanied by an adult. Due to the nature of the communal baths, children under the age of 10 are not permitted to use the baths.
When we reach capacity, a paperless wait list for entry will be available at the front desk. Though you must be present to receive a locker key, you will not lose your place on our wait list if you leave our waiting area. You have the option to be texted when we have a key available for you. Japantown and Fillmore Street are filled with many spots to fill anyone’s appetite with cafes, sushi bars, and boutiques. We do not limit the time while you are bathing, therefore we cannot foresee when the next locker key will be available. The wait list for our communal baths is often longer on Tuesday nights, and all day Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
If you would like to enjoy the baths immediately upon your arrival, we suggest that you schedule a massage or treatment. If you have a massage or treatment appointment and are using the communal facilities, you will not need to sign our waiting list.
We suggest arriving at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment to enjoy the baths.