Osaka is one of the largest metropolitan cities in the world and everything comes in a bigger package here. Whether you are seeking for less crowded onsen, tiny sushi bars of age-old museums, Osaka has a wealth of places for its visitors to suit their needs. With friendly and cheerful locals everywhere, getting around Osaka is as easy as stepping across a dumpling restaurant. Some of the most popular onsens in Osaka are Arimaonsen, Spa World Osaka, Saki-no-Yu, Niji no Yu.
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Here Are Some Of The Most Popular Onsens In Osaka:
ArimaOnsen is an hour’s drive from downtown Osaka. It straddles right at the heart of the mystic mountains and is known to have existed around this region for more than 1000 years. This hot spring is one of the oldest bath sites that date back to 720 AD. The hot springs are known to offer its visitors with golden and silver water bath rich in minerals and known to have some healing effect on the body. This onsen is surrounded by beautiful cherry blossoms and amazing scenery.
Spa World Osaka
Spa World Osaka is a luxurious spa and is more popular with rich businessmen and alike. It is a seven-story spa where its visitors have a chance to get themselves drenched in some hot bath mixed with some milk and honey. It also features an Islamic stone bath, salt sauna, and also an Icelandic freezing wind-sauna.
Saki no Yu
Saki No Yu is also amongst the oldest onsen that offers open-air bathing. This site overlooks the Pacific Ocean, provides its visitors with an authentic bath amidst some of the best ocean views.
Niji no yu
Niji No Yu is another expensive onsen that features an ornate stone wall, rich wood, marbled floors bathing sites. This onsen is also home to a waterfall in which visitors can enjoy it while having a carbonated bath on the rooftop.
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