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Spa Day


Gift your loved ones, friends or business associates a personalised eGift Card redeemable for all treatments at Reju Spa Niseko. Email or Print a Spa Gift Card. Instantly send an eGift card, or schedule the day/time you (or your recipient) will receive the eGift card with your personal message.



Why a Reju Spa VIP membership?

At Reju Spa, we know that consistent care of your body delivers the beautiful results you desire. Our VIP membership was designed so that you can regularly receive Body Massage services at affordable prices in a tranquil, clean, safe, and friendly environment.

Our professional specialists deliver results in a peaceful, resort-like setting to help you relax, recenter and renew every week! Our exclusive Body massage treatments include Customized to personal needs, Aromatherapy Experience, Therapeutic Thai, Zen Relaxation, Oriental Wellness and more.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS (value up to Y320,000)

  • 12 times of any 90minutes Body Massage Treatments (Ideally for weekly or bi-weekly)

  • Receive a complimentary upgrade for your first 2 times (out of 12)  from 90minuets to 120minutes 

  • Makes it easy to adhere to a consistent self-care routine

  • Get customized treatments plans and regular reviews

  • Fully transferable to a friend or family member

Fee : Y200,000 (inclusive of consumption tax)


  • VIP Member card becomes active 120days after purchasing date 

  • Membership benefits cannot be combined with other vouchers and is not valid with other promos and offers. 

  • Appointments made must be cancelled 24hours in advance or the appointment is considered a used treatment.

  • Late arrivals may result in a shortened appointment or rescheduling (charges may apply)

  • Membership fees are not refundable under any circumstances

  • Members must represent that you are in good physical condition and have no medical reason or impairment that might prevent you from your receiving Reju Spa services. If you have any health or medical concerns now or after you join, discuss them with your primary care physician prior to receiving services.

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