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Naoshima Bath

2252-2, Naoshima-cho, Kagawa-gun 761-3110, Kagawa Prefecture
+81 87-892-2626
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The place is within walking distance of the Ferry Pier. We didn't pay to go inside, but took a few... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2017
Lraep
,
West Vancouver, Canada
cool experience

Fun and odd to look at the art while bathing. Couple who run the place are very friendly... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2017
Angewaa
,
San Rafael, California
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  • Average15%
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2252-2, Naoshima-cho, Kagawa-gun 761-3110, Kagawa Prefecture
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+81 87-892-2626
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Reviewed 11 August 2017

The place is within walking distance of the Ferry Pier. We didn't pay to go inside, but took a few snaps outside, which was very colourful & decorated.

Thank Lraep
Reviewed 10 August 2017

Fun and odd to look at the art while bathing. Couple who run the place are very friendly. Definitely the most unique onsen you will visit in Japan.

Thank Angewaa
Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

Scrupulously clean and fascinating art including huge elephant. English speaking assistant and helpful English signs make it all easy. A great way to break a busy day.

Thank chris s
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

I loved it - and if you do have the time don't miss it. If you are stressing around sites - perhaps a short visit will still be welcome - I just spent 30 minutes had a breather and a dip. It has a lovely...More

1  Thank Nandi N
Reviewed 13 December 2016

great place to soak your bones after a long day of museum hopping. This place should be on your radar as it is also an art installation. The entire experience was a trip from entering and figuring out the ticket machine to the art in...More

1  Thank Phishow
Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

Loved the ambience, decor and music. Super clean facility. Bathing facility is a little small for a public bath but confortable. A price is a little high considering the size of the bath and fact that no soap / towels are provided. Bring your own!...More

1  Thank AlLiCeV
Reviewed 2 November 2016

since got no time also take many hot spring before. we don't go inside but take outside visit. design is interesting. ok

Thank iamface
Reviewed 4 October 2016

When in Japan, you should experience the communal bath at least once. This one is traditional in most respects except that it's also an art installation itself! Lovely. We had visited a traditional bath in Kyoto a few nights before where the customers were almost...More

1  Thank Ctan_writer
Reviewed 19 September 2016

We had to leave the island because a typhoon was due and we didn't want to get trapped. It started to rain just as we got there so we cancelled our bath plans and went back for our luggage. It looks amazing on the outside...More

Thank James C
Reviewed 30 June 2016 via mobile

the exterior design was so unique and colorful, so were changing room and bathroom interior!! but bathtub itself was quite small as public one

Thank Takahiko T
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KatrienBJ
17 December 2016|
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Response from Ctan_writer | Reviewed this property |
I never saw any children at any of the bathhouses I visited in Japan, only adult women (and men, on their side). There's nowhere to put a baby while you're washing, no child "seat" or childcare facility. From what I've read... More
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