SpaWorld Onsen from around the World
From Asia to Europe, travel abroad in style with a bath!
Super Public Bath
The theme of this super public bathhouse is baths from around the world. The baths are divided into two zones, the “European Zone” and the “Asian Zone”, and the zones for men and women are changed every month. There are 17 types of baths from 12 countries, including ancient Rome, the Blue Cave, Bali, and a large cypress bath.
There are also four types of “sauna”, including a salt sauna and a Finnish sauna house, so if you are a sauna lover, be sure to check them out! If you want to detox even more, there is an area with bedrock baths from eight different countries that can be used by both men and women. After putting on a special yukata (robe), you can experience different types of baths from Turkey, Israel, Korea, and Canada.
The facility also has a very popular indoor swimming pool, called “Spa Pool”. In addition, there is a hotel where you can stay overnight and a sports gym. Relaxation facilities such as bodywork and aromatic oil massage are also available. In terms of food, there are a variety of dishes to satisfy your appetite, such as okonomiyaki and kushikatsu.
This is the perfect spot for couples, families, and friends to spend a relaxing day together.
This is a natural hot spring where the whole family, from small children to the elderly, can safely enjoy.
The baths are divided into two zones, the “European Zone” and the “Asian Zone”, with 17 types from 12 countries.
There are also 8 types of bedrock baths and 4 types of saunas.
The pool is also very popular! There is a kids' area that can be used by children as young as 0 years old.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 3-4-24 Ebisuhigashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka
- Open every day
<Onsen> 10:00am - 8:45am the next day
<Pool>10:00am-7:00pm weekdays, 10:00am-10:00pm weekends and holidays
<Bedrock baths> 10:00am - 6:00am the following day
*Opening hours are subject to change. Please check the official website.
Junior high school students and older: 1,500 yen, elementary school students and younger: 1,000 yen
*Includes use of hot spring and pool facilities (excluding attractions), as well as amenities such as towels, shampoo, and indoor wear.
*A separate fee is required for the bedrock baths (800 yen on weekdays, 1,000 yen on weekends, holidays and special days).
1）A short walk from Dobutsuen-mae Station on the Osaka Metro Midosuji Line and Sakaisuji Line.
2）A short walk from Shin-Imamiya Station on the JR Osaka Loop Line
3) 10-minute walk from Shin-Imamiya Station on the Nankai Electric Railway Line.
4) Short walk from Shin-Imamiya Station stop of Nankai Electric Railway
5) A 15 minute walk from Osaka-Abenobashi Station on the Kintetsu Line.
- Credit Cards
- Accepted (VISA, MasterCard, JCB, American Express, Diners Club, DISCOVER, UnionPay)
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)