Japanese ruins are somewhat very melancholic in comparison with the ones we find on the European or American urbex websites. Check by yourself.
This must have been a very relaxing sento. Close to the sea, far from the city, in a colorful, relaxing area.
Sento are found everywhere in Japan, even in the cities. They are communal baths, originally used by people who didn’t have a bathroom at home.
It must have been a popular place for the locals before, with the nice onsen baths, karaoke, and hair dresser's room.
Yamamoto Grand Center is an old and quite famous SPA built into a rock.
There was a hotel with many rooms, a restaurant, a gym and, of course, the aquatic park itself with sliding tubes and swimming pools.
Jumbo Club Awaji Island is now a hotel that belongs to the stray cats. I almost got pawed down by one when I entered the first room!