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Arima Onsen

Arima Onsen

4.7/5399 Reviews
Hot Spring
Located in Arimacho in the north district of Kobe, Hyogo, Arima Hot Spring is a relatively ancient hot spring in the Kansai area. It is famous for being one of the best hot springs in Japan, with a history dating back thousands of years. Surrounded by mountains on three sides, visitors are drawn to the cherry blossoms in the spring and maple trees in the autumn. Coupled with convenient transport links and a tranquil environment, it proves to be a popular place amongst tourists.
Kuromon Market

Kuromon Market

4.5/5237 Reviews
Market
Approximate opening hours 9:00-18:00. The opening hours of each store are different. (Local time)
Kuromon Market, also known as Osaka's kitchen, is a lively market where local people go to buy fruit and vegetables. Because of the cheap prices of food and goods here, the market has attracted a number of visitors. The specialty pufferfish restaurant, with its seemingly simple storefront full of freshly caught seafood and sashimi, or the luxurious Kobe beef, are also some of the great attractions of this market.
Spa World

Spa World

4.5/5156 Reviews
Hot Spring
Hot spring 10:00 - 8:45; Ganbanyouku10:00 -6:00; The swimming pool 10:00-19:00; Gym 10:00-22:00 (Local time)
Situated in Shinsekai, Spa World is one of the largest hot spring complexes in the world. Open almost 24 hours a day, visitors can experience themed hot springs from different countries as well as enjoy the large indoor swimming pool. Spa World truly is a hot spring paradise, offering medicine and outdoor baths, in addition to a variety of spa activities from all over the world, including Asian and European baths, and even Micronesian hot springs.
The Natural Hot-Spring Spa of Naniwa

The Natural Hot-Spring Spa of Naniwa

4.7/545 Reviews
Hot Spring
The Natural Hot-Spring Spa of Naniwa is located in the northern part of Osaka City. Its decor features a southern-country flavor with subtropical plants nurtured in the house. The hot-spring water here is directly drawn from underground sources, which are located in ancient strata formed millions of years ago. There are indoor and outdoor baths of many varieties and widely different temperatures. In the indoor area there is also an ice pool as cold as 18-degree Fahrenheit.
Minoo Hot Springs

Minoo Hot Springs

4.4/541 Reviews
Hot Spring
Minoo Hot Springs is named after Minoo city in northwestern Osaka, Japan, which is the primary hot spring district of that region. It entices many people from the city to soak in its baths and has a communal style. The buildings are made of wood and the hot springs have a typical Japanese style with simple interior design. The scenery is beautiful with surrounding mountains and rivers. While enjoying the baths visitors can also admire the surrounding maple trees in great comfort.
Taiko no Yu

Taiko no Yu

4.5/559 Reviews
Hot Spring
Japan time: 10:00-23:00 (final admission time 22:00) ※Depending on the facilities, there will be changes, closing days: May 9, 2017, September 5-6, 2018 1 Month 10 (Local time)
Taikou-no-yu Spa is a hot spring theme park. The story of Arima Onsen is relatively long. It is a somewhat old hot spring in Japan, and the Taikou-no-yu Spa is relatively large in the area of Arima. There are three kinds of hot springs, Golden, Silver and Carbonate, which permits visitors to enjoy the hot springs. Taikou-no-yu Spa not only has a pleasant bathing place but also a delectable catering service.
Nishiki Market

Nishiki Market

4.6/5320 Reviews
Market
The specific opening hours of each store are based on the business hours of each store. (Local time)
Nishiki Market has arguably been the center of Kyoto's culinary scene for centuries as a primary wholesale market. Nowadays, this five block-long narrow street lined by shops selling fresh seafood, produce, and various Japanese delicacies, has earned Nishiki the nickname of 'Kyoto's Kitchen.' The many hotels, restaurants, and other traditional shops in the area attract tourists from far and wide.
Solaniwa Onsen Osaka Bay Tower

Solaniwa Onsen Osaka Bay Tower

Hot Spring
Bathhouse
Toei Kyoto Studio Park

Toei Kyoto Studio Park

4.6/562 Reviews
Theme Park
Film Studio
Amusement Park
Entertainment Center
Togetsu-tei

Togetsu-tei

4.7/510 Reviews
Hot Spring
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