Spa World

Sightseeing information about Spa World in Japan.

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Spa World is a massive bathhouse complex with a multitude of pools on different European and Asian themes.

The 4th floor of European themes ranging from Roman, Mediterranean and Greek baths to Finnish saunas, Atlantis and cavernous concepts. The 6th floor of Asia themes houses a series of oriental baths from ancient Persia to Japan and from the Middle East to Southeast Asia. One floor is for women and the other for men, switching every month.

The complex also has a floor with normal pools and water slides, where you need to ware bathing suits. If you want exercise, there is a floor for gym as well.

Purposelet's go for a drink,Festivals,easily accessible,couple,LMFAO,surreal&cool,experience,health,brag,women,kids,family,Japanese resort,hot springs,men,let's hang out!
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5.04 weeks ago

I went during obon and the line was out the foot and down the street but the staff worked efficiently and the line moved at a surprisingly good pace. The facilities were clean and had everything you needed (towels, shampoo, hairdryers) for a relaxing day at the hot springs. Highly recommended

5.0in the last week

Fun experience! wish there were hotter pools. the hottest one in the "Asian zone" went up to 43°c. the 90°c sauna was great.

4.0a month ago

My husband and I enjoyed sitting together in the jacuzzis (there were three) at the top floor. Rental swimsuits are one-piece types. We also watched an idol group perform live and it was fun watching their fans in the pool dancing and singing along. The onsens and saunas also offered various activities. We wanted to try the slide but we had to pay extra. The lounges equipped with recliners and mats are spacious, though.

4.02 weeks ago

Great facilities, nice place to relax. The rest area could be better compare to other spas I have been to but a great place to check out and relax none the less.

4.03 months ago

OK with tattoo if you can cover them! You know that japanese culture still does not accept tattoos, me and my boyfriend covered them before we enter the place, you could still see the black shapes behind the plasters but we had no problems. I have 3 tattoos and he has one medium size. If you plan to go think about getting also reflexology or massage to complete the experience! Its very easy to go around and everything you buy is charged to a bracelet, they pay attention to every detail.