Spa Resort Hawaiians

Spa Resort Hawaiians celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2015. There are five different onsen theme parks inside the entire park that has an adjusted temperature of 28°C all year round. In the main water park, there are three kinds of water slides, all of which are very popular. The area "Wai-wai Ohana" with a kids playground can be enjoyed by the whole family. There is also an outdoor spa and a giant outdoor bath; it is definitely a place where you can spend a whole day without getting bored. Also, the hula and Polynesian shows by the hula girls are a must see.

Address
50 Jobanfujiwara-machi, Iwaki-shi, Fukushima
Contact No.
+81-570-550-550
Access
15 min by shuttle bus from JR Yumoto Station
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-22:15 (may change depending on season)
Open all year round (closed one day a year for maintenance)
Official Website
http://www.hawaiians.co.jp/
Time Required
1 day
Admission fee
Entrance: adults 3,240 yen, elementary school students 2,060 yen, infants (from 3 years) 1,450 yen

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Water Park

There is a giant swimming pool inside the dome-shaped water park. In addition to a streaming pool that makes you feel like you are floating on air, there are also water slides of three different kinds from beginner to normal and advanced.

Spring Park

The Spring Zone includes a Southern European-style indoor onsen for both men and women to enter with bathing suits and separate large onsen baths where you need to enter undressed. There are also scrubbing and chiropractic massages, so it is a perfect place for those who wish to relax.

Spa Garden Pareo

This is the only outdoor onsen garden that can be accessed wearing a bathing suit. It is divided into four zones including the green zone with a walking pool and the red zone for the more active ones. You can bathe in the onsen while looking at the sunset or the stars and also enjoy seasonal flowers.

Edo Jowa Yoichi

Edo Jowa Yoichi is a rotenburo (open air bath) inspired by the townscapes and bathhouses of the Edo period. This 1000 sq. meter large rotenburo, using the water from Iwaki Yumoto Onsen, is the largest one in the world!

Hula Dance and Polynesian Shows

Polynesian shows are held twice everyday at 13:30 and 20:30 in the beach theater inside the water park. Here, you can see not only the Hawaiian hula dance but also impressive fire knife dances and cheerful Polynesian dances. Stop by and take a look at these gorgeous and fun shows.

Spa Resort Hawaiians

Spa Resort Hawaiians celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2015. There are five different onsen theme parks inside the entire park that has an adjusted temperature of 28°C all year round. In the main water park, there are three kinds of water slides, all of which are very popular. The area "Wai-wai Ohana" with a kids playground can be enjoyed by the whole family. There is also an outdoor spa and a giant outdoor bath; it is definitely a place where you can spend a whole day without getting bored. Also, the hula and Polynesian shows by the hula girls are a must see.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Water Park

There is a giant swimming pool inside the dome-shaped water park. In addition to a streaming pool that makes you feel like you are floating on air, there are also water slides of three different kinds from beginner to normal and advanced.

Spring Park

The Spring Zone includes a Southern European-style indoor onsen for both men and women to enter with bathing suits and separate large onsen baths where you need to enter undressed. There are also scrubbing and chiropractic massages, so it is a perfect place for those who wish to relax.

Spa Garden Pareo

This is the only outdoor onsen garden that can be accessed wearing a bathing suit. It is divided into four zones including the green zone with a walking pool and the red zone for the more active ones. You can bathe in the onsen while looking at the sunset or the stars and also enjoy seasonal flowers.

Edo Jowa Yoichi

Edo Jowa Yoichi is a rotenburo (open air bath) inspired by the townscapes and bathhouses of the Edo period. This 1000 sq. meter large rotenburo, using the water from Iwaki Yumoto Onsen, is the largest one in the world!

Hula Dance and Polynesian Shows

Polynesian shows are held twice everyday at 13:30 and 20:30 in the beach theater inside the water park. Here, you can see not only the Hawaiian hula dance but also impressive fire knife dances and cheerful Polynesian dances. Stop by and take a look at these gorgeous and fun shows.