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Drawing on natural spring water, Osaka's Spa World is one of the largest hot spring complexes in the world, featuring themed rooms modeled after spas around the world and a water theme park on the roof.
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This place is amazing. Entry was only 1200 Yen and the experience was well worth it. My friends and I visited SpaWorld on a whim after an exhausting half-day stop in Nara. Once we reached Osaka, we decided to relax at the onsen. If you're...More
If you’re looking for a traditional and enjoyable onsen experience, this is not the place to go. It was extremely crowded and felt unhygienic - there were strange stains on seat pads and the place looked old.
What a place.. if in Osaka is definitely a must go. So relaxing, enjoyable for so little money.
Cost less than 10 euros and you can stay as long as you want .
Have 1 level for men and 1 level for woman. With diferente...More
On my last visit to Japan, my friend took me to the public baths in his city. When I told him I wanted to visit the baths again, he said that there was a much bigger one in Osaka. We went here and enjoyed three...More
If you are comfortable with walking naked from bath to bath which you will be after about 5 minutes this place is worth the visit. The bathes are split over 2 floors with one floor being for men and the other for woman (the floors...More
A multi-level 24h spa onsen spread over many floors with seperate male and female floors (yes, not just an area but an entire floor!) and mixed common floors, with many different pools with varying temperatures.
Easy to get ticket from vending machine on ground floor,...More
this spa was only two metro stops away so we decided to give it a visit and it was such an experience.
it is separated into asian zone and european zone which alternatives between male and female depending on the month you visit.
I have been to Hammam in Turkey, old spas in Budapest, outdoor hot springs in numerous countries but this was AMAZING.
We went when men had the Europe floor (meaning women had Asia), and had the most relaxing time of my entire 2 weeks in...More
There are separate floors for men and women (which rotate monthly) and everyone is naked as in a traditional onsen. There are several saunas on the 4th and 6th floors. The 8th floor, on the other hand, is open to both... More
There are separate floors for men and women (which rotate monthly) and everyone is naked as in a traditional onsen. There are several saunas on the 4th and 6th floors. The 8th floor, on the other hand, is open to both genders and has the pools. You need a swimsuit for the 8th floor. In the locker areas on the 4th and 6th floors, you can obtain lounge-wear to use on the other floors.