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


4.0a week ago

Beautiful facility, really the only kind and price range of its kind. You can find hot springs and onsens with spas all over Japan but not like this. Very clean, amazing design. Although some could use a retouch. I didn't like the entrance fee was cash only but everything else ( for example massage fee, food etc ,) could be paid with credit or cash. Why not take credit as well for entrance fee ? :/

5.02 months ago

Great place! With many different types of sauna and baths. If you're used to it, you'll probably like it. It was my friend's first time ever at Spa World, and it wasn't really what she preferred. To each their own, I guess! It's a good place to destress and relax. The day pass is not expensive at all. It's worth the visit!

5.03 weeks ago

Don't waste your time on the 8th floor. Drop your pants and go to the male/female baths. If I could give this place more than 5 stars, I would.

5.04 months ago

Great overall, a variety of baths and saunas you can hop around to. Each month the men's and women's floors switch between the Asian Zone and European Zone. Personally I think the European Zone is the stronger option of the two (even months) but both are pretty solid. You can basically stay as long as you wish, so you can make a very relaxing day trip by just going here.

3.0a month ago

The whole concept of this place is great with amazing bath houses, good food and many relaxing activities. The biggest downside is the number of children. There are so many kids in the women’s section its unbelievable. For every 2 adults you can see 1 child. It is incredibly difficult to fully relax with the number of small children screaming, yelling, crying and parents not doing a good job if handling their children. I understand that this place is family friendly but even the quiet area where people are napping you will have children running, stomping, yelling and making a lot of noise. If you are a woman and don’t like to hear children screaming, crying, fooling around, this is not the place for you. If you are a dude, the men’s bath house is significantly better because there are less children so it is quieter and much more relaxing.