Point of interest

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Namba Parks

30 minutes away by train

Namba Parks is a complex located in Namba. The main theme of the entire facility is “coexistence with nature.”

Abeno Harukas

25 minutes away by train

Abeno Harukas’s observation deck “Harukas 300” opened in the spring of 2014. Abeno Harukas is Japan’s tallest skyscraper (300 meters high).

Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street

12 minutes away by train

Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street is the longest shopping street in Japan, with a total length of approximately 2.6 km. There are about 600 shops lined up, from shops that are perfect for eating while walking, all the way to bargain clothing stores, “typical” Osaka variety stores, and izakayas (Japanese-style bar).


15 to 20 minutes away on foot

A unique district that is the most vibrant in Minami (South), Osaka, and that leads the youth culture of Kansai. Located to the west of Osaka Metro Shinsaibashi Station, the whole area stretching from Nagahori-dori all the way to Dotonbori is known as Amerikamura.

Kuromon Ichiba (Market)

15 minutes by train

An extensive market that sells street food, fresh food items, seafood, souvenirs, and many more. Its center is located one street to the east of Sakaisuji, and it is deployed to the south of Sennichimae-dori.

Shin Umeda City

30 minutes away by train

The center of this complex is the Umeda Sky Building (Kuchu Teien Observatory) and the hotels located in Shin Umeda City.


25 minutes away by train

The entrance area of Tennoji Park with a large lawn of grass; affectionately referred to by the nickname “TEN-SHIBA” by the people (note: “shiba” means “lawn” in Japanese).


20 minutes away by train

Shitennō-ji is said to be one of the seven main temples erected by Prince Shōtoku. According to the Nihon-shoki (The Chronicles of Japan), its construction began during the first year of Empress Suiko’s reign. This temple is located in Tennoji-ku, Osaka.

Osaka Castle Park

20 minutes away by train

Osaka Castle Park is located in the center of Osaka, with a castle tower full of history and romance at its core. It is a place where people can relax and enjoy the flowers of the four seasons while looking at Osaka Castle and the moat.

Namba Grand Kagetsu

15 minutes away by train

With Manzai (two-person comedy act), Rakugo (traditional Japanese comic storytelling), and new comedic acts from Yoshimoto every day of the year.

Expo ’70 Commemorative Park

40 minutes away by train

This cultural park was built on the site of the Japan World Exposition (“Osaka Banpaku”). It is surrounded by lush greenery and combines cultural, sports, and leisure facilities. With the “Tower of the Sun” as the center, other attractions such as the Natural and Cultural Gardens, the Japanese Garden, and the National Museum of Ethnology are also present.

Tennoji Zoo

15 minutes from the hotel by train

The zoo is located inside Tennoji Park. This zoo has the third-longest history out of all zoos in Japan. About 180 species (or about 1,000 animals) are being raised in the approximately 11-hectare park.


15 to 20 minutes away on foot

Shinsaibashi-Suji Shopping Street is a shopping arcade located in Chuo-ku, Osaka City. There are approximately 180 shops that sell clothes, food, drinks, and so on. About 60,000 people visit on weekdays while about 120,000 visit on Sundays and public holidays.


15 to 20 minutes away on foot

Dotonbori is the representative downtown area of Minami (South), Osaka. You can enjoy eating, shopping, looking for souvenirs, watching theater, and many more, both day and night.

Aquarium (Kaiyukan)

20 minutes from the hotel by train

The central facility of “Tempozan Harbor Village.” One of the main animals being raised is the whale shark.

National Bunraku Theatre

15 minutes away by train

In the large hall of the National Bunraku Theatre, plays and dances centering on the Ningyo Joruri and Bunraku, which are part of the “Representative List” of UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, are performed.

Osaka Museum of History

15 minutes away by train

A comprehensive museum of history that introduces the city “Osaka” by age. An exhibit on the history of Osaka, from ancient times to modern times, is on display using reconstructed models, images, exhibition panels, and many more.