Maruzen INTEC Osaka Swimming Pool | 丸善インテック大阪プール

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Maruzen INTEC Osaka Swimming Pool | 丸善インテック大阪プール
3 Chome 1-20 Tanaka, Minato-ku
Osaka, Osaka Prefecture 552-0005
(06) 6571-2010

Adult Admission Price & Policy

¥700; SC(65) ¥350. [June, 2019]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25m x 17m, 8 lanes, 1.3m depth, indoors, ~30ºC (86ºF)


In Yahataya Park.
Osaka Prefecture
34.66104, 135.44742

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

There is also a 50m x 26m, 10 lane, 0m - 3m adjustable depth, 27.5º - 28.5ºC (81.5º - 83.3ºF), indoor competition pool and a 25m x 22m, 0m - 5m depth, indoor diving pool here. Both are open only from early May until the end of September. For the rest of the year, the space is converted to an ice rink!
You have to take a mandatory break from the top of the hour to ten minutes after the hour.

Facility Reviews

Clean with nice locker rooms, no extra charge for lockers, good hours 0900-2000, and right next to a subway station. The pool temp. was warmer than I'm used to; a sign said 30.1 - 30.3ºC, but I doubt it was that warm. The air, at ~30º, was too warm and humid. Osaka pool was better than most Japanese pools in this regard. Only the 25m pool was available. The larger pool is an ice rink in the winter and had not been converted back to a pool. Overall, I recommend this pool and will swim there again.
When open, the 50 meter Olympic pool is a great facility, with a perfect temperature for serious swimming (between 27.5º and 28.5ºC). The lanes are not crowded at all, at least during daytime. Do not forget to check the schedule before coming, however, as some (or all) lanes might be used for clubs or events.

Take the Osaka metro to Asashiobashi station and follow the signs to “Osaka Pool”.
[June, 2019]