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!
Airport/Sta.Osaka International Airport (about 16.9km) Google Transit


5.0a month ago

Best place ever. It has everything you need. You don't have to book in advance for extra massages or treatments.
The daily pass is 1200¥, you have access to all kinds of baths (hot/cold), salted, mineral, herbal waters.

Mud treatment room is included, herbal saunas, salt saunas, open air baths.

You can refresh and shower there.
They provide towels/ toothbrush with toothpaste/ body scrub/shampoo+conditioner + shower gel. You have disposable combs and body lotion and hairdryers.

Only the messages out of the bath context ticket and beauty treatments are paid separately. As well as meals of course in the food court and so on.

You just need to go and enjoy the ride.

5.03 weeks ago

This place is an absolute delight. The baths are gorgeous and varied, and I always get massages here. I want to live at Spa World.

I do often see people going here for the first time who don’t know how to navigate it: after you leave your shoes downstairs and make it to the floor you’ve been assigned; you get completely naked in the locker area, grab the small towel, and then walk into the bath area past the spray. Find the area with shower heads first and clean up there, tie up your hair if necessary, and then enjoy the baths. When you leave the bath area, you can use their robes instead of putting your clothes back on to wander the rest of the building. The lockers for shoes and the lockers for clothes both require a 100yen coin to lock, you’ll get the coins back when you leave. So make sure you have a little change!

4.0a week ago

It’s great for a relaxing bath and somewhere to take the kids. The 8th floor is a pool play ground for kids. You have to pay extras for the water slide. The water on this floor appears dirty so wash yourself straight after
Good facilities. The advertised pictures do not really represent the actual baths so don’t be too disappointed

5.0a month ago

A must see place when you are in Osaka. I do think it is the largest in door spa on earth. Excellent services, delicious Japanese food, and more, they have the place for sleeping over night inside. Totally relaxed with very affordable price appx. 22$/ night. You will miss it, forever...

5.0in the last week

The Onsen experience was great and good for those going to an Onsen for their first time. I highly recommend you read the rules (available in English) before coming in, such as no tattoos or midnight fees (1200 yen extra if you enter or leave around 12:00 AM to 5:00 AM). I want to commend their service, since my group came around 4:55 AM, we were told to wait 5 more minutes so they didn't need to charge us the midnight fee. Tip 1: Come early if you are shy, but pay after 5:00 AM to avoid a fee. Tip 2: Bring two 100 yen coins, these are needed to store your shoes in the first locker and clothes in the second. Tip 3: If this is your first time, let the receptionists know, they can guide you the right way and are very friendly.