OSAKA

Osaka is a metropolis with the second largest population after Tokyo and is famous for its lively cityscape. The convenient public transportation makes various locations accessible. Osaka is an entertainment city with a varity of tourist facilities. The city is also known as a Japan's leading "city of cuisine."

Namba/Shinsaibashi

Umeda

Tennoji/Abeno

The bay

Easily accessible hotels

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Namba/Shinsaibashi district

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Namba is a vibrant town where one can experience the unique culture of Osaka. In Dotonbori, the streets are lined with colorful signs, and one can enjoy Osaka's cuisine such as takoyaki and okonomiyaki. Shinsaibashi, with various luxury brand boutiques, is known as a source of youth culture. Namba is renowned as a multifaceted attractive town.

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Hot spring resorts where you can go in two hours from Osaka

  • kinosaki Kinosaki
  • Arima Arima
  • Shirahama Shirahama

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The bay district

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A port town in Osaka that has flourished because of the fishery and commerce through the ages. Even now, the waterfront is crowded with a variety of touring spots that include Tempozan Big Wheel providing a panoramic view of Osaka, shopping malls, Universal Studios Japan®, and Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, one of the world's largest aquariums.

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Easily accessible hotels district

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Osaka is a city that offers convenient public transportation via Itami Airport and Kansai International Airport, as well as Shin-Osaka Station, the terminus of the Shinkansen lines. With subways, the JR Osaka Loop Line and private railways are convenient ways to travel throughout Osaka. Please see below for recommended accommodations as an easily accessible hub for sightseeing.

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