Onsen 466 Eddy St./Hyde St., The Tenderloin. D W-Sun.
Featuring a simple but lovely interior that makes use of redwood and Douglas pine salvaged from rivers, this serene spot started as a tea house. Long strands of origami peace cranes hanging from the ceiling throughout offset the natural brick walls nicely. Plan it right and you can enjoy a soak in the social communal bath house pool in the back here, and then follow it with a seasonal dinner from the menu of Japanese-inspired cuisine. Or do just one or the other. Acupuncture is also available.
|exterior of Onsen in San Francisco, California|
|dining counter at Onsen in San Francisco, California|
|chains of origami peace cranes at Onsen in San Francisco, California|
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