July 23, 2017
The 10 Best Hot Springs (Onsen) You Must Visit in Osaka, Japan
Osaka is famous for its exceptional local food such as Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, and Kushiage; the city is the center of delicious gourmet. The city also accommodates many great sightseeing spots such as Umeda Sky Building, Osaka Aquarium, and Osaka Bay, which make this city loved by everyone. Today we’ve listed 10 different natural hot springs and spa in Osaka that are worth to try!
1. Spa World Osaka
This hot spring is located nearby Imamiya Station, and it offers many different types of hot springs. The Greek hot spring is very relaxing, and the Bali hot springs is very energizing.
You can also soak yourself in the Japanese style hot spring bath as well.
Name: Spa World Onsen From Around The World
Address: 3-4-24 Ebisuhigashi. Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Access: Nearby JR Imamiya Station
Map: Map to Spa World Onsen From Around The World
2. Nose Onsen
Nose Onsen is one of the most authentic Japanese hot springs, and it offers free shuttle service from Nose Subway Yamashita Station.
This hot spring offers not only a wonderful relaxation opportunity, but also its scenic nature view: cherry blossoms in the spring, meadow in the summer, maple leaves in the fall, and beautiful snow landscape in the winter.
Nose Onsen offers a day trip plan consisting a free-time entrance to the hot spring and lunch buffet. Warm yourself up in the hot spring and fill your tummy with many delicious foods as well!
Name: Nose Onsen
Address: 409-81 Yamabe, Nose-cho, Toyono-gun, Osaka
Operating hours: 10:30 to 21:00
Access: free shuttle bus service from Yamashita Station
Map: Map to Nose Onsen
3. Hinata No Yu
“Hinata No Yu” is a modern hot spring facility in Osaka, offering not just hot spring, but also massage service such as: foot reflexology and body massage.
This facility is located within 10-minute walk from the subway Osaka Station, and it offers many great facilities such as sauna, massage chair, and relaxation room.
Name: Hinata No Yu
Address: 1-6-15 Mikunihonmachi, Yodogawa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Access: 10-minute walk from Shin-osaka Station
Map: Map to Hinata No Yu
Yukainoyu is a great place for you to visit when you are in Osaka, as it offers leisure to both children and adults. This facility offers different service such as comic café, fitness gym, and kids corner.
Yukainoyu also has a great open air bath, which is rich in mineral that is good for your health and skin.
Address: 32-22 Ikedanakamachi, Neyagawa-shi, Osaka
Access: Free shuttle bus from Izumiya Yoko
Map: Map to Yukainoyu
Located within 1 to 2 minutes walk from Amami Station, Nantenen is a great place to visit if you’re looking for both: relaxation and Japanese ancient culture.
The hot spring area is rich in nature and very beautiful, fully decorated in Japanese traditional architectural elements. You can enjoy both, the hot springs and the food at the restaurant by purchasing the hot spring & lunch package.
Address: 158 Amami, Kawauchinagano-shi, Osaka
Operating hours: 11:30-22:00
Access: 2-minute walk from Amami Station
Map: Map to Nantenen
6. Onsen Nijinoyu
Nijinoyu is located within 15-minute walk from Kitanoda Station in Osaka. This facility is fully decorated with modern style architecture, and it’s very famous for its amazing open-air bath, where guests can enjoy the scenic night view while relaxing themselves.
This onsen also offers private onsen, which is available for people who are older than 18 years old. There are 8 private onsens available for reservation.
Name: Nijinoyu Osaka Sayama
Address: 2-837 Higashinonishi, Osaka Sayama-shi, Osaka
Access: 15-minute walk from Kitanoda Station
Map: Map to Nijinoyu Osaka Sayama
Rinkuunoyu is located nearby Kansai International Airport, and this onsen is a perfect destination for every travelers.
Spoil and relax yourself after a long flight; or release the tension that you got from the business trip by soaking yourself into the hot spring for a while.
The onsen is located in a shopping center called Seacle and it offers great relaxation that balances your 5 senses at the same time!
Name: Mineral Hot Springs Rinkunoyu
Address: 3 Rinkuuouraiminami, Izumisano-shi, Osaka
Access: Nearby Rinkuu Town Station
Map: Map to Mineral Hot Springs Rinkunoyu
Located within 3-minute walk from Takatsuki Station, Tenjinnoyu offers the best hot spring facilities for the ladies. This facility offers various types of mineral hot springs; which are good for women’s health and skin.
Nano-mist sauna, which enhances the blood flow and balances the metabolism of the body, is also available at Tenjinnoyu. After soaking your body in the hot spring, don’t forget to stop by the café to enjoy the delicious coffee milk!
Address: 16-5 Takatsukicho, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka
Operating hours: 10:00-24:00
Open Throughout the Year
Access: 3-minute walk from Takatsuki Station
Map: Map to Tenjinnoyu
9. Gokuraku Onsen
Gokuraku Onsen is located within 5-minute walk from Takaminosato Station, is a soft water onsen that has many health and beauty benefits. The mineral smooth and moist the skin, and improve the blood circulation as well.
Jacuzzi bath, open-air bath, and body dryer are also available. Gokuraku Onsen is a perfect hot spring facility for everyone!
Name: Gokuraku Onsen
Address: 4-789-1 Taaminosato, Matsubara-shi, Osaka
Access: 5-minute walk from Takaminosato Station
Map: Map to Gokuraku Onsen
Located within 10-minute walk from Mikuni Station, you can enjoy not just Japanese style onsen, but also Korean (subject to extra charge) and Finland style sauna as well.
Both saunas have many health and beauty benefits, such as: improving the blood circulation, detoxifying the body, and improving the skin condition by moisturizing the skin with the minerals.
The Finland style sauna uses hot stones and aroma oil, and the Korean style sauna uses yellow sand and salt, which apparently will help increasing and balancing the metabolism of the body.
Address: 1-16 Kamisucho, Toyonaka-shi, Osaka
Operating Hours: 10:00-26:00
Access: 10-minute walk from Mikuni Station
Map: Map to Arugonoyu
Let’s visit a hot spring in Osaka!
Osaka is the busiest city of Kansai area, and it’s home to delicious gourmet, amazing sightseeing spots, and leisure. The city also accommodates many natural hot springs as well, and today we’ve listed up 10 different hot springs in Osaka that are worth to go!