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Exploring Osaka

An important center for business and culture, Osaka is a buzzing city full of skyscrapers and modern structures sitting alongside traditional architecture. Famous for its bustling shopping streets and exclusive nightlife, the city is always busy, and during the day the population swells thanks to the number of commuters who work in the high-rise offices.


Accommodations in Osaka

There is a range of options for all travellers such as Wifi equipped amenities, gym, fitness centres, and complimentary breakfast. The most popular hotel in Osaka is the Guesthouse Neko Neko – Hostel, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Osaka Guesthouse Nest - Hostel in Osaka as it has been reserved 1 times.


Sightseeing in Osaka

It's not all about the shopping; Osaka also has a good spread of attractions, both traditional and modern. There is something of interest for all types of visitor, from a highly regarded zoo and parks to some of the country's most high profile temples and shrines. There are also several well done museums. One of the star attractions is Osaka Castle, which has a fine vantage point and gardens, while the Shitennjo-ji Temple is well over 1,000 years old and is also a must-see. There is also a lofty old tower and many skyscrapers from which to take in the city, while downtown comes with many intriguing areas and side attractions.


Transportation in Osaka

Kansai International Airport is set on an artificial island in Osaka Bay, putting it at the heart of the city, and flights arrive from across Asia on a regular basis. From here you can take a direct, high-speed train to Namba Station with the connection taking about 37 minutes, and can change trains and get to Osaka Station in another 10 minutes. There’s also the smaller Osaka International Airport (ITM-Itami) which welcomes domestic flights from across Japan and is about a 20 minute taxi ride north of the city center.


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