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Located at the gateway of Osaka with easy access to any place in the city.

Located in a very convenient place to go and shop in sightseeing areas and theme parks, such as Osaka Castle, Tsutenkaku, and Universal Studios Japan

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Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel

Osaka Aquarium "Kaiyukan"

The Kaiyukan is one of the largest aquariums in the world, and is designed along the theme of the Pacific Ring of Fire

Osaka Aquarium “Kaiyukan” is home to some 30,000 animals from 620 species, which are exhibited in huge tanks, letting visitors experience the splendor and mystery of the sea.

TEN-SHIBA and Tennoji Zoo

One of Osaka's most well known city parks,Tennoji Park houses a zoo,the city art museum and the Keitakuen Japanese garden

“TEN-SHIBA” is a multipurpose park which has huge lawn space. This park stands out against “ABENO HARUKAS”. Around the lawn space, there are many facilities such as restaurant, café, playground, dog-run and futsal court.
It is expected to be a further activating core of Abeno-Tennoji area.

“Tennoji Zoo” was opened as the country’s third zoo on 1915, and currently houses 900 animals from 200 species.


Convenient and beneficial for travelers in Nara from Osaka and Kyoto!

With this pass, you can get unlimited rides on the KINTETSU Railway and the Nara Kotsu Bus Line within designated zones for one or two days, perfect for visiting World Heritage sites and other shrines and temples in Nara! The pass is on sale at the front desk or the concierge desk (for hotel guests only).
– 1day Pass: Adult 1,500 JPY / Child 750 JPY
– 2day Pass: Adult 2,500 JPY / Child 1,250 JPY

The Museum of Japanese Art Yamato Bunkakan

Enjoy Oriental art as much as you want in a tranquil environment surrounded by pine groves

Rest your eyes by looking at seasonal flowers in the Bunkaen garden, inhale fresh air, and then appreciate artwork\ inside the museum – this is one way of enjoying this museum. In the Yamato Bunkakan designed by Isoya Yoshida, you can discover new faces of Oriental art in harmony with the sounds and colors of nature, which you cannot find in any other art museums.

Osaka Castle

One of Japan's three most famous castles, Osaka castle is a well-known tourist spot

Osaka Castle was the residence of “Toyotomi Hideyoshi”, who built it as a base from which to unify Japan. Today the castle exhibits artifacts and materials connected to Hideyoshi amongst other items. The expansive park surrounding the castle features flowering cherries, plums, and peaches, that provide beautiful blossoms in spring and colorful foliage in the fall, letting visitors enjoy the changing seasons.

Universal Studios Japan

An amusement park featuring a range of different areas, each with a different atmosphere, USJ is a world of excitement

A theme park where visitors can enjoy world-class entertainment.
Fun for children and adults alike, USJ offers exciting rides and shows themed on Hollywood blockbusters, seasonal events, and more.

Shitennoji Temple

Well known throughout Japan, Shitennoji was established by Prince Shotoku over 1,400 years ago.

It is a 15- to 20-minute walk from the hotel.
For a true local experience, visit on the 21st or 22nd, when the monthly temple fair is held and a range of stalls are set up in the grounds.


Tsutenkaku - the name means ""tower that reaches to the heavens"" - is a signature attraction of Osaka.

Built in 1956, the Tsutenkaku Tower is about 100 meters tall and is known for its statue of Billiken, the god of good luck, in the observatory on the 5th floor.