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- Post pandemic, many amenities are still not open.
The gym is closed, most of the restaurants are closed (some say temporarily) as well as a few of the massage businesses are also not open.
What food offerings were open, it wasn't very good but we don't come to this place for the food.
The actual spas, it was very nice. Steam sauna, dry sauna, and the various types of spas including the salt scrub and the Chinese medicinal soak were very interesting.
I really enjoyed the Finnish spa with the wooden tubs. You can fall asleep inside the there.
Lots of places to take a nap. Very relaxing.
This month the men got the European spas, and the women get the Asian spas.
The wrist band credit system was handy but it sure is easy to rack up the costs if you are not careful. Everything costs money.
I would go again when the weather is cold.
This part of Japanese culture should be experienced at least once.Written April 13, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Got a very pleasant and nice massage and I just loved it! Thank you!Written December 16, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- After reading the negative one star review I like to respond. Indeed very annoying if a bath is occupied continuously. I understand the frustrations.I visited this Onsen yesterday for the first time. I was pleasantly surprised. I had a very good experience. At that time there wasn't such a 'keep a bath occupied' behavior at the baths (men)
The place is very clean too, price of 800 Yen is usually in line for a sento with a simple sauna. This place offers an Onsen experience with a infrared & steam sauna and some other extras (included is soap and shampoo/conditioner). Also the prices for the towels are in line with most places. (most old sento place you need to bring your own soap too) At some places a towel can be rented. Commonly it is custom to bring your own small and big towel.Written January 10, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Took a short train ride to the onsen at Suminoekoen from Tengachaya. Place is frequented mostly by locals. Easy and efficient entry, ticket bought from vending machine including towel rental. Lockers to put your things inside the changing room. You need to be buff naked to go into the onsen, which are indoors and outdoors. I prefer outdoors with the cool air. There’s also a spa room. Came out refreshed and straight to lunch on premises. Simple but gorgeous meals at reasonable prices. Strongly recommend for a unique Japanese experience.Written January 8, 2020
- We did a 1 day drop in while on 2 week vacation, and it was great!. We joined one of the classes and the people was super friendly and helpful. Coaches were also very nice. Although the box is not very big, the location is great, just few meters away from the tube and you have everything you need there to train properly. Good showers including shower gel and shampoo for free.
I definitely recommend this box for a good training, plus, it is not easy to find places to train, so if you do not wanna break your training routine while travelling, this is your place.Written December 17, 2019
- I came to Osaka for 2 days and decided to give it a try with the Japanese onsen culture. It was a relaxing experience, but since I stayed in the pool for about 20min, I got dizzy a little. The bathing place is outside, and I even get to know a Japanese. Quite a fun experience.Written November 3, 2017
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I like the attention to detail when adjusting parts of the body and stretching or massaging based on what’s needed for you. At the end, I feel my pain points feel much better! My experience at Rima always feels therapeutic, incredibly relaxing and comfortable.
I highly recommend checking Rima out. I will be returning in the future.Written July 10, 2022
- I’ve been to a good amount of Thai massage spots and this one is unique on its own. Stopping by Uemachi Orchid Thai massage was a perfect decision after walking 20k+ steps between Arima and Osaka. The staff were attentive and listened to my request for focusing on my legs. I left feeling revived and ready to hit the streets again. Good spot for foreigners as well. They speak Japanese, Thai and English. Very reasonably priced and up the street from the subway. We paid less than 4000 yen/each for a sixty minute massage.Written November 7, 2018
- It was my first time visiting this salon.
I felt relaxed and enjoyed the session.
The Reflexology session made my body feel so light once it was over.
She found my pressure points without say anything and treated there. I thought she was a expert.
I usually suffer from sensitivity to cold but I felt really warm from my toes to fingers after the treatment.
On the next morning, I felt full of energy!
I also have to note that my face looks brighter and smoother, and surprisingly hair became shinning!
Thank you for your quality treatment.
I will come back again soon!Written January 18, 2019
- This was our first onsen visit. We choose this one because of two reasons, first it was close, second tattoos are no problem. For us it looked like a traditional Japanese onsen as we were the only none japanese people visiting during our 2 h stay. The onsen features 4 different pools and a sauna. In addition it has a outside pool. Getting in and getting started was pretty easy but it helps checking out a onsen how to. It was a great experience if you like hot bath and don't mind the nudity.Written March 9, 2020
- This is one of the best public onsens in Osaka.
Access is easy - to get there, take the JR or Hanshin line to Nishikujo station. (Note ; Nishikujo Station is the linking station to USJ - Universal Studio), near Osaka station.
Exit the station area and you see a flight of steps down to the main road. Cross over the main road to the opposite side where there is a bus-stop, Sukiya fast food restaurant and a public telephone box. The free shuttle bus will pick passengers up from here (even though there is no signboard).
Only note that the bus frequency is about one per half hour, so it's best to check their Homepage for the bus timings.
At the onsen entrance, take off ones shoes and put them in a locker. Proceed to buy a ticket at the vending machine. The counter staff can speak English, if one does not know how to use the vending machines. The weekday cost is about 750 yen (weekends 850 yen) per adult. They have booklets of 10 visits at special price.
Inside are both indoors and outdoor baths and a salt sauna room. And a rest area.
Occasionally, they have special events. Once they had roses and carnations strewn onto the outdoor onsen for a lovely soak. Other times had bags of herbs.
Available is a nice restaurant that sells many kinds of foods and desserts. The set meals are reasonably priced and delicious.
The free shuttle bus will bring you back to Nishikujo station. (*note there's a lift to the station)Written May 7, 2019
- Sean is such a knowledgeable coach who pays attention to the finer details. I learnt so many new exercises and appreciated his technique tips. Even though I was a drop in, he still cares about your performance and progression. Thanks Sean! Wish I was staying longer.Written January 7, 2023
- I wished I could have come to more than one class - but I was only in Osaka for two nights. If you need your yoga fix when staying in town, look no further than this studio. Small class size and a peaceful space with beautiful natural light. Mat and props provided. The owner was super friendly and generous with tips and suggestions - thanks for a great practice Vancouver Sky :)Written October 11, 2019
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