The Blue Mountains Japanese Bath House Delivers the Pampering we all Need Right Now

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Escape the chaos of everyday life and immerse yourself in pure relaxation at the Japanese Bath House Sydney. Located in the beautiful Blue Mountains, this serene oasis offers an authentic Japanese bathhouse experience that will transport you to a world of tranquility.

Reopened in November 2021 after a temporary closure due to lockdown, the Japanese Bath House Sydney is the perfect destination for those seeking a moment of peace and relaxation. Let the stress melt away as you indulge in the hot springs, saunas, and soothing baths, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of the Blue Mountains.

Sparadise Japanese Bath House in the Blue Mountains

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Views of the stunning Blue Mountains from the Japanese Bath House.

Also referred to as the Japanese Sparadise, the Japanese Bath House is located in the tranquil surrounds of South Bowenfels in the Blue Mountains, this traditional Japanese Sento brings the centuries-old ritual of cleansing the mind and body through bathing, to our very own backyard. 

Soak Away Your Worries in the Japanese Bath House

At the Japanese Bath House, this is truly a choose-your-own-calming adventure with a host of services available for guests to experience.

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Soak up nature in one of the outdoor baths. 

Gain entry to their bathhouse for either a three-hour session ($95) or an all-day pass ($190) and you’ll be able to access all their facilities at the beautiful Onsen ready for you to soak away your worries. You’ll be able to de-stress and relax in their outside Onsen, inside onsen and rest areas.

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Get ready to bathe away your worries.

As is a tradition in Japan, these Onsens are open to the public, however, if you’re looking for something a bit more private you can also book a number of packages that allow you access to a secluded Buro bath for two. Packages start at $430 and are well worth the cost if you’re looking to treat someone special in your life (and yourself).

And Now for Some Spa Treatments

Once you’ve finished enjoying your time in the bathhouse be sure to book in for one of their many spa treatments to really kick the tranquillity into overdrive. You can choose from a number of different treatments including massages and aromatherapy facials.

After each treatment, guests will be given slippers and a mini Japanese towel to take home - the gift that keeps on giving. The treatment packages start at $235 and all include complimentary tea and three-hour access to the bathhouse to enjoy before or after you’ve finished being pampered.

A beautiful sight.

For those who like a little stroll a night, the Japanese Bath House has recenely added a bamboo maze, which is lit up as darkness falls.

Accommodation at the Japanese Bath House

While the drive from Sydney is only around two hours, it would be remiss of us not to tell you about the Japanese Bath House Sydney accommodation options, because why trek it home after a day of relaxing in the Onsen when you can keep the chill vibes going overnight?

Stay the night in a traditional Japanese inspired room that follows a simple and subtle interior aesthetic also known as Shibusa. The San Sui Kaku accommodation package starts at $1130 per night for two people and includes a 60-minute massage (each) and an all-day bathhouse pass.

For those looking for more western-style dwellings, the Kitsho Kaku package starts at $970 for two people which includes a 60-minute massage (each) and an all-day bathhouse pass.

With ‘rejuvenate’, ‘relax’ and ‘recover’ the words on everyone’s lips right now, we suggest jumping over to the Japanese Bath House website to book in for your peaceful getaway.

Other Ways to Enjoy the Stunning Blue Mountains

High Tea in the Blue Mountains
The Best of the Blue Mountains for Families
Visiting the Jenolan Caves

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