Updated: November 06, 2018
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Spa World Osaka For A Relaxing Day In Osaka!

Osaka City

Spa World Osaka is the perfect family destination, as you can spend the day jumping from one fun activity to the next, and also take a lunch or dinner break there. There's everything, from onsen to saunas and hot stone relaxation areas, a hotel and even a dining area!

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Spa World Osaka

Spa World Osaka is the perfect family outing, as you can spend the day jumping from one fun activity to the next, and also take a lunch or dinner break there. There's everything, from onsen to saunas and "ganban" (hot stone relaxation areas), a hotel and even a dining area!

This is a great place to stop by while visiting the fun and exciting city that is Osaka!

Onsen (Hot Springs)

The onsen is divided into two sections: the European Zone (on the 4th floor), and the Asian Zone (on the 6th floor).
In the European Zone, there are tons of different baths to try, such as the Ancient Rome bath (pictured above), the Greek bath, the Finnish bath, etc. There is even a bath inside a blue cave, it is really quite impressive.
Women have access to it on odd months and men on even months.
In the Asian Zone, there are baths from Persia, Bali, Islam, etc. There are also outdoor baths where you can feel a soft breeze while warming your body in the warm bath!
Women can go on even months, and men on odd months.

Opening Hours

-Facility entrance & Onsen: 10:00 am to 8:45 am the next day

-Ganban Yoku: 10:00 am to 6:00 am the next day

-Swimming area: weekdays: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm/ Saturday-Sunday and public holidays, and days before holidays: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

-Sports gym: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

-Resting room: 24/7

-Hotel: check in at 3:00 pm; check out before 10 am the next day

Entrance Fee

<Onsen + swimming area>
-3 hour pass: 2,400-2,700 yen for adults (12+) / 1,300-1,500 yen for children (under 12)*
-All day pass: 2,700-3,000 yen for adults/ 1,500-1,700 for children*

<Ganban Yoku>
800-1000 yen depending on days*

*for more detailed information, please check the website.

How To Get There

By train: It is very close to Dobutsuenmae station (Osaka subway), Shin-Imamiya Station (JR line), and the Nankai Railway.

By car: Off the Hanshin Expressway Matsubara Route, take the Tennoji Exit. Or, if you're coming from Matsubara, take the Namba Exit.

Where To Stay

There's even an on-location hotel that you can stay, it's great if you're planning on staying in Osaka.
There are Japanese style rooms and Western-style rooms.

What Else Can You Do There

At Spa World Osaka, not only is there a spa, which includes hot springs, hot stones, there is also a swimming area, a hotel, and a gym, as well as a dining area.


There are different types of cuisines to try on the location, such as "kushikatsu" (deep fried food on a stick), and okonomiyaki, both being Osaka's specialty! And of course, the Japanese classic, ramen.


If you want to spend a fun-filled day with your family at the spa (onsen and hot stones) and get a massage while your children are playing at the huge swimming pool, this is the place for you. If you're staying at the hotel, you can also easily go by yourself and have a super relaxing day. Be sure to check out Spa World Osaka while visiting Osaka!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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