Moomin – Japanese Dry Head Massage in Singapore

Moomin, a salon for Japanese dry head massage in Singapore, has two locations available, one at Funan shopping center (107 North Bridge Rd) and another within VivoCity (1 HarbourFront Walk).

The salon, where the name translates as “massage” (“moo“) and “sleep” (“min“), offers Japanese therapeutic dry head massages.

Unlike traditional massages that require the application of strong pressure and stimulation, the signature head massage is relaxing and designed to promote blood circulation in the cells by changing directions of pressure, leading the brain into a deep sleep at night after the session.

Moomin - Dry Head Massage in Singapore - Funan Mall.

Funan Mall.

Through light and gentle touches, the massage therapists will activate the sensory nerve endings on both the face and scalp, massaging tense muscles as well as blood vessels and lymphatic vessels to help the body excrete the toxins accumulated between the tissues.

Japanese Dry Head Massage in Singapore - Moomin.

Some of the benefits from head massage may include minimizing anxiety and fatigue, alleviating muscle pain and stiffness on scalp, as well as encouraging more restful sleep.

Moomin Locations & Opening Hours – Japanese Dry Head Massage in Singapore

Funan Mall
107 North Bridge Road, #B1-19, Funan Mall
Singapore 179105
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-9pm

1 HarbourFront Walk, #02-96, VivoCity
Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-9pm

To learn more about Moomin and their services for Japanese dry head massage in Singapore, you can follow the official Facebook channel at

There is also an official Instagram account available, which in turn is located at

What Are Japanese Therapeutic Dry Head Massages?

Japanese therapeutic dry head massage is a traditional practice that involves applying pressure to specific points on the head using the thumbs, fingers, and palms. It is believed to promote relaxation, improve circulation, and alleviate tension headaches.

The massage is typically applied to the scalp, forehead, temples, and neck. The practitioner will use a combination of light, medium, and deep pressure to release muscle tension and stimulate the flow of blood and lymph.

In addition to its physical benefits, Japanese therapeutic dry head massage is also said to have a calming and meditative effect. It can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and insomnia.

The massage is generally safe for most people, but it is important to avoid areas that are sensitive or inflamed. If you have any concerns, it is always best to consult with a qualified massage therapist.

Some of the benefits of Japanese therapeutic dry head massage include:

  • Improved circulation
  • Reduced muscle tension
  • Alleviation of tension headaches
  • Relaxation
  • Reduced stress, anxiety, and insomnia
  • Calming and meditative effect

Beyond Moomin, if you are interested in trying Japanese therapeutic dry head massage, there are many qualified practitioners available.