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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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If you visit the Tsutenkaku Tower. SPA world is just nearby, about 5 mins walk. Women has been assigned to the Asia segment in Feb and I simply love the onsen as you can move from one segment to another with different theme...
Comparing to the experience in Odaiba Onsen Monatagari , this is cheaper with even much more to enjoy.
Do take note that if you want to experience Asian/European version of the SPA , it's gender seperated by floor according to odd/even month.
And if you...More
There are a lot of choices for onsen for both males and females. Appreciate the large resting area where you could stay and take a good rest. I was on 6/F (floors for males and females would swap monthly) and the outside onsen is superb...More
We visited and the price was 1,500yen. That month the 4F Europe Zone was open for male. Obviously it is an onsen, so no tattoos and be accustomed to the etiquette and everybody naked inside.
The facilities are impressive with a food court on 2F...More
We travelled with kids and me and my wife really wanted to try the Onsen experience. Not all Onsens accept kids though. We found SpaWorld on the web and it was the best thing we could have found. Everyone had something fun to do! Maybe...More
For a westerner like me, on a first visit to Japan I’d rate this a “must see”. Who else but the Japanese could create a “hot springs of the world” experience over 8 floors of a hotel right in the city?
Highs: using the Europeans...More
Had only planned to spend a few hours here but ended up going for the full day. It was nice to spend time here and relax. This was the last day of our multicity holiday and was exactly what we needed. We enjoyed the swimming...More
(This is from the perspective of taking a primary school aged child)
A very good place to visit with a kid. The 8th floor slides and play area were great, a caveat being that one of the two larger slides was shut on both days...More
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