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Aroma oil massage

❝ A completely private operation room, even those who are new to oil massage can receive the operation with confidence ❞

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What is an oil massage?

Oil massage that is only performed in high-end beauty salons in Japan. With a small amount of oil as a lubricant, you can use the palms and fingers to loosen the muscles deeper than the traditional Thai massage. Oil massage gives you a unique sense of security, where you can directly contact the practitioner, but by adding oil to it, you will also have the effect of making the skin permeate the ingredients of the balm, and further enhancing the relaxation effect of the scent.

It is said that oil massage improves blood circulation, relieves stress, and balances autonomic nerves and hormones, and is widely used in psychosomatic medicine and hospice in the West. This is a massage you should try.

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Le Zen oil massage

Since it is a completely private treatment room, even those who are new to oil massage can receive treatment with peace of mind.


Le Zen uses an original massage oil based on carefully selected natural jojoba oil that is not sticky and causes problems to most people's skin, and is blended with high-quality essential oils.

The oil massage takes a long time to lie on your stomach, but we have pads for you to lie on so that you can get the treatment done in an easy system.

Contact by email

*If you are in a hurry, please contact us by telephone.

Phone: 03-6885-9622, 090-6311-4903

〒103-0011

17-6 Nihonbashi Odenmacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Refre Nihonbashi Building 2F

business hours

Open from 11:00 to 24:00 (last reception 23:30)

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