Business Hotel Nissei

4-31 Sennichimae Nanba Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542-0075, Japan
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can I keep my big luggages in Osaka Airport with a fee?

by Jasmine403

Dear all

I'll be visiting Osaka/Kobe/Kyoto for a week before travelling to another country. I'll probably be able to cope with my hand luggage alone. Is it possible to leave my large suitcase in Osaka Airport for a week by paying a fee? I know that some airports in the UK offer such service, but I'm not sure about airports in Japan.

Thanks in advance,


Re: can I keep my big luggages in Osaka Airport with a fee?

by Gillybob

They have a left luggage service.

"Luggage: A porter service is available (tel: (0724) 553 450). Left-luggage and luggage delivery are also available. Call airport information (tel: (0724) 552 500) for general inquiries regarding lost items."

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Re: can I keep my big luggages in Osaka Airport with a fee?

by muratkorman

As you will probably stay in Kyoto or Osaka during your stay, taking your luggage with you may save you some bucks and provide some more comfort. The forum mentioned before provides every answer you need. If you have limited budget, it may become costly.

Travel Tips for Osaka

Take a short ride (35 min.) by...

by RF_Traveler

Take a short ride (35 min.) by shinkansen to Himeji and go see Himeji Castle. I really enjoyed the aquarium even though I was there during the earthquake. I think the earthquake just made it more memorable!

take a walk in the port-area

by globetrott

I took a little walk in the port-area of Osaka, its just a quiet neigbourhood but for european tourists it might be interesting to take a little walk there through the empty sidestreets. No bad areas or drunk people in the streets like in other port-areas of the world, just clean streets and an almost unreal, quiet atmoshere.
Unfortunately I did not dare to step into any of the restaurants there, but it was interesting to see that the entrances were partly covered by cloths like in my main photo.

JR Shin-Osaka Station

by vincentf

This is the main shinkansen station to the Osaka vicinity. It is the western terminus of the Tokaido Shinkansen, and the eastern terminus of the Sanyo Shinkansen.
It is conveniently connected with the Midosuji subway line and JR West - Kobe Line.

Kita (North)

by tyusen

Kita area including Umeda is one of two largest shopping and business center in Osaka. Minami area, another center, including Namba is possessed of a popular touch and Kita has relatively more sophisticated air than Minami. Kita has some hub stations in this area. Osaka station is the biggest one in Osaka and you can take JR (Japan Railways) lines not only to get local lines bound for Kobe, Kyoto and Nara, but also to get long-distance lines bound for Tokyo, Hiroshima and Fukuoka etc…

Some private railways have their own station, Umeda station. You can understand Osaka station and Umeda station are same. JR calls it Osaka and private railways call it Umeda. This is very helpful to understand Osakanism. Osakan has a strong rivalry against public institutions (it means Tokyo). Osakan doesn’t want to follow them, so private railways named their terminal station “Umeda”, not “Osaka”.

In case of Namba station, the terminal of Minami area, Private railways named it “Namba”, even though JR called it “Minatomachi”. Recently JR has changed their station’s name to “Namba” to improve convenience for passengers. It is typical example that public institution (JR) made concessions to private companies. JR has been privatized and split up more than 10 years ago, but most of Japanese still considered it as public institute.

Anyway, you can find everything what you want to do at Kita. Major department stores are based at Kita. There are also so many pubs, izakayas (Japanese style pub), Karaokes and electronics mega stores etc… You can find everything which you want to do in this area. It may not be traditional Japanese scene but you should be able to feel not only Japan but also Osakan atmosphere.

Shin-sekai and Spa World

by aukahkay

Just west of Tennoji-koen is an area called Shin-sekai (New World). At the heart of it is a tower called Tsuten-kaku tower, a 103m high structure that dates back to 1912. Shin-sekai is an entertainment area with pachinko parlours, theaters, restaurants and bars.
There is also Spa World, the world's largest spa with two floors of baths, one Asian and one European themed and a rooftop water-world with pools and waterslides along with restaurants and relaxation areas. Try the outdoor bath on the rooftop where you can watch the folks whizzing by on the Festival Gate roller coaster.


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