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Spa Resort Hawaiians

50 Warabidaira Jobanfujiwaramachi, Iwaki 972-8326, Fukushima Prefecture
+81 246-43-3191
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Great place

Great place to visit, kids love it very much, plenty of water attractions, slides, spring park... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2016
Ben H
via mobile
Avoid July-august

Crowded like a new year train in China, if you wanna swim and relax avoid the high season.! They've... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2016
Ishiwa K
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22 Sep 2016
“Avoid July-august”
26 Jun 2016
“Lots of Pools, Onsen, and Family Entertainment”
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50 Warabidaira Jobanfujiwaramachi, Iwaki 972-8326, Fukushima Prefecture
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+81 246-43-3191
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Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

Great place to visit, kids love it very much, plenty of water attractions, slides, spring park, bath house, etc. It's indoor so we can have fun when the weather is not so good.

1  Thank Ben H
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

Crowded like a new year train in China, if you wanna swim and relax avoid the high season.! They've got hot springs where you bath with swimsuits on with your partner and open till night. Free buses run from many cities around Tokyo and the...More

Thank Ishiwa K
Reviewed 1 July 2016 via mobile

Although we went on golden week, national holiday in Japan, we still had a good time. We went their early and had fun before it became crowded... Then we enjoyed watching the Hula Girls.... Great dancers... Surely we will return...

Thank Sarah S
Reviewed 26 June 2016

Whenever I visit my grand-parents in Ibaraki, my family always come here. Lots of fun for an entire family. They recently renewed the tide pool which you can enjoy aualium like fish display. They also add a fun activity called BIG BALLOON which you get...More

Thank LikoA
Reviewed 2 June 2016

We visited the resort as day visitors, mainly interested in the Samurai onsen. The size of the complex is amazing with several large pools and waterslides, shops, stage and eateries all kept at a shorts and Tshirt temperature despite it being 5 degrees outside. The...More

Thank GordonAdelaide
Reviewed 8 May 2016 via mobile

A perfect blend for a family with entertainment,rest and water activities like spas of many kinds with live performances for Hawaiian touch

Thank jharydhary
Reviewed 28 March 2016

We went on a Saturday during school break so it was ridiculously packed. It was pretty expensive what you got and how long you had to wait. There were three slides which were fun but not sure worth the extra 2300 Yen we had to...More

1  Thank live2travel73
Reviewed 2 September 2014

Totally do not recommend this 'resort'. it's more like an indoor water park with a giant swimming pool and fake Hawaiian atmosphere. I was expecting more as I know that the Japanese people really love Hawaii and Hawaiian culture. And I couldn't believe that the...More

2  Thank chryaven
Reviewed 29 April 2013

My wife and daughter always enjoyed coming here. Me? The indoor swimming area is crowded and the air "thick" and uncomfortable but the outside swimming and onsen/roten-buro was quite enjoyable. Watch the Japanese movie "Hula Girls" to learn more about the history of Hawaiians.

Thank kayumochi
Reviewed 30 December 2012

The onsen was great, and I was very impressed by the evening dance show. The dancing was very skilled and they did dances from many Polynesian islands, even New Zealand! I was able to have my photo taken with fire dancers after the performance. Unfortunately,...More

4  Thank Andrew_Grimm
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