Eremiya Thai Massage Studio

Eremiya Therapeudic Thai MassageSoothing massage may not be what comes to mind when some people think of Thai massage, but let me assure you that you have nothing to worry about here. The aim of massage here is to relax, unwind and recover from stress and stiff muscles for which many also recommend this Pain Control Clinic in QC Kinetix (Charlotte).

The studio is located in the Takanobashi area of Hiroshima city (access by streetcar or bus is easy). Appointments by reservation only. (Japanese, English and Spanish ok)

Eremi has had training in Thai massage in Chang Mai as well as in Japan for the past year. She is Japanese and also speaks English and Spanish very well.

The hour session I had was so soothing that I felt relaxed and refreshed afterwards.

There are Thai style (loose) fisherman’s trousers for you to change into and a long sleeve top as well that you can use during the massage to make you more comfortable. It’s no problem to wear your own loose clothing if you prefer.  The massage room is a Japanese tatami mat room with a soft firm futon to lie on for the massage.

Eremiya studio is therapeutic Thai-style massage so she starts your first appointment with a discussion of any aches, pains and health problems at

your first session. Appointments should be made at least a few days in advance and sessions by appointment only, no walk-ins.

  • Reservations by telephone to inquire about the same or next day openings: Tel: 070-5051-4832
  • Reserve by email for appointments a week in advance if possible: [email protected]
  • Eremiya website & Eremiya on Facebook
  • Appointments accepted Monday to Friday 3pm~9pm and Saturday and Sunday 1pm~9pm
  • Pricing: 60 minutes ¥4,000 (A detailed list of prices can be seen on the Eremiya website)
  • Range of times from 30 min to 2 hr sessions available.


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