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Best Spas in Okinawa

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Amami Spa is part of Hilton Okinawa Chatan Resort. The owners of this spa believe that the treatments offered here will help you relax and make you happy from within and also heal your mind, as well as your body. They use traditional methods and natural ingredients that have come down through generations to give you the best of treatments. Beside regular spa treatments, they offer some signature treatments like Amami Journey and Elemis Kaji Touch. To enjoy the calm and peaceful atmosphere, guests at the spa are asked to switch off their mobile phones. Guests should also let the therapists know about their health conditions such as allergy, and injuries at the beginning of a session here.

The Okinawa Kariyushi Beach Resort Ocean Spa boasts a beautiful facility for anyone who wants to sit back and relax amidst a beautiful beach setting looking out across the East China Sea. While resort guests have access to the spa for free, anyone else is welcome to come (although non-guests will have to pay for the services). There are different areas to go to during your visit to get the ultimate spa experience. The Lagoon Patio houses a warm water lagoon, a submerged bath, and a sauna. Spa guests can also choose to go to “Umi-no Yu” or “Mori-no Yu” the public baths that are on either side of the hotel. Last but not least is Kariyushi’s aesthetic salon, “Créer du Thalgo”, where visitors can sit back and enjoy a variety of beauty treatments. For more information on prices for these different spa regimens, please contact the resort spa.

The hot springs on Sunset Beach offer natural spring baths and swimming pools with the backdrop of stunning ocean scenery. There is an outdoor co-ed swimming pool area (swimsuits are required) that also leads to the beach, which is open during the warmer seasons. The indoor area is the typical Japanese onsen (hot spring) scene: you must remove your clothing and shower before you enter the water. The inside area has separate facilities for men and for women, and body soap, shampoo, conditioner, and other grooming goods are included with admission price. There is also a pool into which guests can stick their feet for a special treatment by fish who remove the dead skin cells as they nibble on your toes. Tattooed individuals are not permitted to enter the ChuLa-U onsen as customary with Japanese culture.

The Kotoran Spa at the NaHaNa Hotel offers a variety of spa treatments for all of your needs. Kotoran is unique in its fusion of traditional Japanese methods (such as hinoki, the Japanese cypress baths) and Western practices, and makes good use of its on-site water sources to provide mineral, thermal, and seawater treatments. There are separate facilities for men and for women, which include Jacuzzis, saunas, and other beauty and relaxation therapies to complete the ultimate pampering experience.

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