Spa WorldCurrently Open
- Address: 3-4-24 Ebisu-higashi Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi, ZIP code 556-0002, Japan
- Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +81-666310001
- Ticket Price: 2400 JPY
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Leisure, Spa
Situated in the Shinsekai area of Osaka, Spa World is a huge bath complex divided into European themed floor and Asian themed floor. It has a large number of pools with natural hot spring water pumped up into them from far below the earth's surface. Visitors have to complete a few entrance procedures and then they get to be naked and enjoy the natural hot spring water healing their bodies. Separate rooms for men and women. Definitely an experience to be had while in Osaka!
- One has to Kakeyu (rinse off dirt and sweat off your body) before getting in a bathtub.
- 3 Hour pass: Adults (12+ years)- ¥2400, Children (Under 12)- ¥1300
- All Day pass: Adults (12+ years)- ¥2700, Children (Under 12)- ¥1500
Weekends and Public Holidays:
- 3 Hour pass: Adults (12+ years)- ¥2700, Children (Under 12)- ¥1500
- All Day pass: Adults (12+ years): ¥3000, Children (Under 12): ¥1700
- Remains open up to 8:45 am.
- Dobutsuen-Mae subway Station
- Shin-Imamiya Station
- Food court is present within the premises.
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16.13% of people who visit Osaka include Spa World in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
39.68% of people start their Spa World visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Spa World
62.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Spa World
An interesting experience for a foreigner, Spa world has a way of dazzling you with the variety bathing options to be had in one building. Definitely a great place to spend the day pampering yourself. With Spas, baths, saunas, masseuses, restaurants, and even an 8th floor water park. Also highly affordable for what's provided.
This is a cross between a traditional onsen/Japanese bath house with a theme park. There are two floors of themed baths (Asian themed and European themed) that alternative every month for men and women respectively. Aside from soaking in hot water or saunas, there's also an assortment of snacks, restaurants, and other activities here as well. Everything from massages, fish spa, kids playground, gym, nap rooms can all be found here. Overall, it's a great way to relax for a couple hours.
Lots of chlorine, unfortunately (I'm used to natural hot spring water in Kyushu) but this was a great experience. On odd months like November, the men use Asian-themed bsths and women use European-inspired ones. Very relaxing!
Finally had the body scrub I was looking for, felt a layer a skin off, but so clean :D The Onsen choices was good, many different theme bath. Very relax! It’s within easy reach by subway around the city. Recommended!
Some English instructions available although customs can be somewhat confusing and unsure where to locate items such as hair cap. Great array of onsen though. Would be more enjoyable with friends/family. Great value for money.