1min to Doutonbori,Center of Osaka S

Entire home/flat

5 Guests

2 Bedrooms

3 Beds

Entire home/flat

5 Guests

2 Bedrooms

3 Beds

Entire home/flat

5 Guests

2 Bedrooms

3 Beds

1 adult
0 children
Ages 2 - 12
0 infants
Under 2
5 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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About this listing

Welcome to Osaka!!★FREE Portable Wi-Fi device★You can use,bring it with you everywhere during
FROM THIS APARTMENT(WALK)2 mins to Kuromon Market,1 mins to Nipponbashi station(subway),1 mins to Doutonbori,5 mins to Namba station(subway)10 mins to Shinsaibashi station(subway)
AMENITIES--Fridge, Microwave, Hot Water Pot.--Washing Machine (wash only) --Towels, Basic Toiletries--Air conditioners / Heater--Portable Wi-fi--Shampoo , conditioner , body soap--Detergent for clothes--Hair dryer

The space
Accommodates: 5
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 3
Check In: Anytime after 3PM
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Entire home/flat
Self check-in: Lockbox


Extra people: No Charge
Cleaning Fee: £30
Cancellation: Strict
Weekend Price: £90 / night


The space

This is one roomed high rise apartment with private kitchen and bath room.
Three-quarter bed(120 cm wide) and Single bed(100 cm wide) for 3 people.and Futon
Sofa bed(140cm wide)*1 for 2 person
Comfortable stay for 4 people
Available up to 6 people

Guest access

Inside of the room you can use for yourself.

Interaction with guests

We are living in Osaka and will help you as much as I can :)
Normally within few hours I can reply.

Please feel free to ask.
If you like to see the city,i would be more than happy to show you around
Let's go to eat some food like a Takoyaki

The neighbourhood

Horie is a stretch reached by walking about 10 minutes west from the Namba/Shinsaibashi side, past Yotsubashi-suji. With its variety of shops on either side of Tachibana Dori Street, which cuts through the middle of town, Horie used to be a furniture industry area. When Tachibana Dori Street was given the stylish name of Orange Street, selected from among many candidates in 1990, it transformed into a stylish district with a cluster of assorted shops like cafes, assorted goods shops, and fashion shops in addition to interior design shops. Living up to its original nickname of Kaguya Dori (furniture street), this area is brimming in a strong design sense from many different areas like Europe, America, and Asia, and also deals in stylish interior design products.

Amerika-mura is identifiable by a small-scale reproduction of the Statue of Liberty that peers down on the streets. It is a well-known haunt of expatriates, and centers on Triangle Park, a concrete rest area surrounded by retail outlets of Western fashions, bars and nightclubs, some of which are run by Westerners.
Its reputation as a hangout for foreigners is a matter of degree. Osaka's registered foreign population is a small fraction of the total population; the makeup of the crowds and retail space in Ame-mura is predominantly Japanese. Locally, Ame-mura is known for being a place for observing some of the more "fashion intense" manifestations of Japanese pop culture.

Dōtonbori (道頓堀, pronounced [doːtomboɽi]) is one of the principal tourist destinations in Osaka, Japan, running along the Dōtonbori canal from Dōtonboribashi Bridge to Nipponbashi Bridge in the Namba district of the city's Chuo ward. Historically a theater district, it is now a popular nightlife and entertainment area characterized by its eccentric atmosphere and large illuminated signboards.
One of the area's most prominent features, a billboard for confectionery company Glico displaying the image of a runner crossing a finishing line, is seen as an icon of Osaka within Japan.

Shinsaibashi (心斎橋) is a district in the Chūō-ku ward of Osaka, Japan and the city's main shopping area. At its center is Shinsaibashi-suji (心斎橋筋), a covered shopping street, that is north of Dōtonbori and parallel and east of Mido-suji street. Associated with Shinsaibashi, and west of Mido-suji street, is Amerika-mura, an American-themed shopping area and center of Osaka's youth culture. Major stores and boutiques concentrates are found around the area. Shinsaibashi is easily accessed via the subway.
・Daimaru Shinsaibashi
・Tokyu hands Shinsaibashi
・Shinsaibashi Parco
・Apple Store
・Louis Vuitton
・Christian Dior
・Dolce & Gabbana
・Samantha Thavasa
・Gianni Versace
・Giorgio Armani
・Yves Saint Laurent
・Harry Winston
・Franck Muller
・Max Mara
・United Arrows
・Camera Naniwa
・Don Quijote

From Nagahori Douri to Soemou-chou Douri. Length of 580m one of the largest shopping parade. On weekdays there are 60,000, in the weekend there are 120,000 people comes all over the world for shopping.

Midōsuji (御堂筋 Midō-suji?) Boulevard is the primary main street in central Osaka, Japan. It runs north-south, passing Umeda, Shinsaibashi, Dōtonbori, Ame-mura, and Namba districts. Underneath the street is the Midōsuji Line subway.Today Midōsuji is an ultra high-class shopping street, housing clothing stores by such brands as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, major hotels, and even an Apple store.

Namba (難波 Nanba, IPA: [namba]) is a district of Osaka, Japan. Namba is regarded as the center of so-called Minami ("South") area of Osaka.Its name is one of variations on the former name of Osaka, Naniwa. Namba is best known as the city's main south-central railway terminus: JR, Kintetsu, Nankai, Hanshin, and three lines of the Osaka Municipal Subway have stations there.
・Namba CITY
・Namba Parks
・Namba OIOI
・Ebisubashi Shopping parade
・Namba Nankai dori Shopping Parade
・Nansandouri Shopping Parade
・Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shopping Parade
・Namba Walk
・NAMBA Nannan

Namba Station (難波駅, なんば駅 Namba-eki) is a name of two railway stations in the Namba district of Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. One is owned by Nankai Electric Railway and the other is by Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau. The names of both stations are written in hiragana on signage within the stations, because kanji "難波" can be also read "Naniwa". However, the name of both stations officially employs kanji, printed on train tickets.
-Nankai Main Line
-Koya Line
-Midōsuji Line (M20)
-Sennichimae Line (S16)
-Yotsubashi Line (Y15)
-Kintetsu Namba Line
-Hanshin Namba Line
-Kansai Main Line (Yamatoji Line)

To the north of OCAT you will see the eye-catching octagonal-shaped building Minatomachi River Place. It's especially dramatic at night, when the building is beautifully lit up. The three-dimensional public square outside, which is designed to hold all manner of outdoor events such as flea markets and concerts by street musicians, features a sweeping flight of stairs leading from the square down to the riverside promenade, which has already become a popular place for couples. Inside the building is the Namba Hatch, a concert hall for launching up-and-coming bands. Occupying the 3rd through the 6th floors of the building, Namba Hatch holds about 1,500 people (standing), and is the largest hall of its kind in Japan.

Approx. 60-minute strolling on water in the urban area from Osaka Castle to Nakanoshima. Excursions from 4 piers at intervals of one hour. Boarding your choice of limited section available. Best for full appreciation of the Osaka townscape which offers a different atmosphere in every season. Designated seating.

Until the end of the Meiji Era, the Kuromon Ichiba Market used to be called Emmeiji Market, because there was once a large temple called Emmeiji nearby. Since there used to be a black gate northeast of this temple, the marketplace later came to be called"Kuromon Ichiba Market"(Black Gate Market). The market has a total length of close to 600 meters with 170 shops, the vast majority of which specialize in the freshest and best quality meat, vegetables, eggs and other ingredients from around the country and abroad. Although well over half of total sales are for the business (professional chef) market, Kuromon Ichiba caters also to the general public. For more than 170 years, everyone from restaurant chefs to housewives have come here, drawn by the taste, freshness and variety of its products

Namba Grand Kagetsu (NGK) Theater is the headquarters of Yoshimoto, a universal brand of Japanese comedy. Opened in 1987, this large-scale entertainment hall equipped with the latest theatrical innovations revolutionized the image of playhouses at the time. Ever since, it has been providing audiences with heartfelt laughter and good times. Here you can see Vaudeville-like comedy performances such as Shin-Kigeki ("New comedy"), Manzai ("comic duo"), Kontos ("comic chat") and Rakugo twice a day (sometimes 3 times with the evening program, and 3 times on Sundays and National holidays). Not only comedy but also special programs such as song and acrobatics are often included. The theater puts on performances all year round without any days off.

Five of the Osaka's most famous takoyaki shops have been assembled at this museum dedicated to the local specialty. The museum includes exhibitions showing the history of the ingredients and utensils used to make takoyaki; a theme park; take-out menu and souvenir goods; and events and games.

Shinsekai is an old neighbourhood located next to south Osaka City's downtown "Minami" area. The neighbourhood was created in 1912 with New York as a model for its southern half and Paris for its northern half. The Mecca of Kushikatsu.

Tsūtenkaku owned by Tsūtenkaku Kanko Co., Ltd. is a tower and well-known landmark of Osaka, Japan and advertises Hitachi. It is located in the Shinsekai district of Naniwa-ku, Osaka.

Shin-Kabukiza Theater opened in 2010, on the 6th floor of the Uehommachi Yufura Shopping Zone, in the Uehommachi district of Osaka. Despite its name, this is not actually a dedicated kabuki theater; it actually shows many plays, musicals, ballad shows featuring famous singers, and period dramas based on events in Japanese history. The content of the shows is also characterized by easily-comprehensible, familiar themes appropriate to popular entertainment, such as affection between parents and children, and husbands and wives, as well as the complex relationships between duty and human emotion. Particularly popular are performances featuring singers in the uniquely Japanese enka vocal style, as well as those compered by big stars.

The Osaka Castle was built in the end of the 16th century by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a well-known warlord who brought the whole country under his rule in the late 16th century. It has been burned down in a series of battles in the 17th century, and reconstructed later. Once again it was destroyed by fire, its donjon only reduced to ashes this time, and was reconstructed at last early in the 20th century. On display at its 1st to 7th floors are various weapons, armors and folklife items of those days. There is a view spot on the 8th floor

The premises of the castle contain a lawn-covered park with an area of about 105.6ha, which is thronged with cherry blossom viewers in the springtime. In its neighborhood stand the Osaka Municipal Museum that presents culture and history of Osaka, the Toyokuni-jinja Shrine, the Osaka-jo Hall with a seating capacity of about 16,000 and others. With waterways running around the castle, there is a water bus service that takes you out on an 1-hour cruise in the river that flows through the city.

Prince Shotoku invited three Korean Baekje carpenters, and they constructed this temple in 593. The temple is the first Buddhist and oldest officially administered temple in Japan, although the temple buildings have been rebuilt over the centuries. Most of the present structures are from when the temple was last completely rebuilt in 1963. One of the members involved in the initial construction of the temple in the 6th century later established a firm Kongō Gumi, specialized in temple and shrine buildings over centuries.

The Tennoji Zoo opened in January 1915 as the third zoo in Japan. It has remained popular ever since then with citizens as a place for recreation, culture and learning. Having expanded considerably over the years, the zoo currently houses about 1,000 animals of 230 different types in an area of about 11 hectares. As a welcome oasis in the midst of the metropolis of Osaka, the zoo now attracts more than 1.5 million visitors annually.

Abenobashi Terminal Building is a multi-purpose commercial facility in Abenosuji Itchome, Abeno-ku, Osaka, Japan. It consists of the New Annex, Eastern Annex, and a 300 m tall skyscraper Abeno Harukas.

In central Osaka, located at one end of a row of impressive buildings that includes the city office and the library is a particularly eye-catching building featuring pale red bricks and a bronze dome roof; this is the Osaka City Central Public Hall. Built as a public hall for local citizens and completed in 1918, it has become as much a symbol of Osaka as Osaka Castle.

The Umeda Sky Building is the eighteenth-tallest[citation needed] building in Osaka, Japan, and one of the city's most recognizable landmarks. It consists of two 40-story towers that connect at their two uppermost stories, with bridges and an escalator crossing the wide atrium-like space in the center.[1] It is located in Kita-ku

Universal Studios Japan, located in Osaka, is one of four Universal Studios theme parks, owned and operated by USJ Co., Ltd. with a license from NBCUniversal.

- Bus
From Namba OCAT(Saturday and Sunday 2 buses in the morning )-30mins -\300

- Train
There are several routes to get to USJ. The first one is Using Hanshin and JR line , using subway lines and JR line and using only JR line.

The Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan is an aquarium located in the ward of Minato in Osaka, Japan, near Osaka Bay. It is one of the largest public aquariums in the world, and is a member of the Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums

The Osaka Prefectural Government Sakishima Building, or Cosmo Tower, is the second tallest building in Osaka, and the third-tallest building in Japan. The former name is Osaka World Trade Center Building, or WTC Cosmo Tower until June, 2010.

Sumiyoshi taisha (住吉大社), also known as Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, is a Shinto shrine in Sumiyoshi ward in the city of Osaka, Japan. It is the main shrine of all the Sumiyoshi shrines in Japan. However, the oldest shrine that enshrines the Sumiyoshi sanjin, the three Sumiyoshi kami, is the Sumiyoshi shrine in Hakata.

Getting around

Access from Namba to the room
1, 8 min walk from Namba Station on Nankai line.
2, 1 min walk from exit No.6 of Nippombashi station on subway Sakaisuji line, Sennichimae line and Kintetsu line.
3, 5 min walk from exit No. 16 of Namba station on subway Midousuji line and Kintetsu line.
Access from Kansai International Airport (KIX)
[Nankai Rapit on Nankai Line] ※Recommended
Kansai International Station →(38min)→ Namba Station →(8min walk)→ HOUSE

[Limousine Bus]
Kansai Airport →(48min)→ Namba OCAT →(15min)→ HOUSE

Other things to note

1,Free portable Wifi will be provided during your stay which is available to use both inside and outside of the room.
2, Bath towels and face towels will be provided per person.

House Rules
Check-in is after 3PM

Safety features
Carbon monoxide detector
Smoke detector
First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

1 night minimum stay

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