Chisun Hotel Shinsaibashi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2-4-10 Minami-semba , Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542 0081, Japan

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Soccer/Football Tickets

by JM-London


I'm goign to be in town in April and want to go and watch Cerezo Osaka play. Any idea how I go about getting tickets?

City rivals Gamba Osaka let you buy tickets online but there's no such option on the Cerezo website. Can anyone help?

Re: Soccer/Football Tickets

by Bilimari

Once you are in Japan, you can purchase a ticket via phone, ticket shops like Pia, and at convenient stores such as Lowson, 7-11 and Framily mart. Before you leave for Japan, you can purchase tickets online from several sites, but unfortunately, none of them have English pages.
Perhaps, as soon as you book accommodations for the trip, ask a concierge to book a ticket for you?
You could also try calling one of the ticket offices to book a ticket. See numbers here:

Re: Soccer/Football Tickets

by SfumatoPants

You can buy them at the stadium ticket window before the game starts. The games are unlikely to be sold out, so I would consider this to be the most convenient method.

Re: Soccer/Football Tickets

by dru46

While you can buy tickets in advance, and usually a few hundred yen off, it's easy to buy tickets at the stadium, as mentioned. Just show up about an hour or so early. No more than 2 or you'll be waiting outside for sure. I think doors open around 1 hour before the game, usually. Free seating is not too bad but if you have a lot of people in a group, you might have trouble sitting together if you get there 30 minutes before the game. Not sure of Cerezo but Gamba games should be busy.

Travel Tips for Osaka


by kiwigal_1

I thought this building was really cool!
It was within walking distance of JR Umeda Station.
Which is very centrally located. The building is said to be one of the gret 'sky gardens'... don't know what I mean??? Make a trip to Osaka to see for yourself!!

What The...

by nickinosaka

This almost went in as a "warning" tip, but I think seeing things like this are essential if you want to get a good sense of a foreign country. On Sundays there is a flea market west of the pedestrian overpass by Tennoji Station called the "Thieves' Market." They will have a lot of strange things for sale: replica pistols, toys, Japanese pornography (some very niche fetishes--definitely don't take your children--the packaging can be very graphic), all sorts of odds and ends. I recommend seeing it if you want to see the other end of the spectrum from department stores like Takashimaya, but never saw anything there I actually wanted to buy. The vendors there are from the lower end of the class structure in Japan, including some of the homeless. You should also consult my "warnings" tip about the bridge nearby (it smells).

Nankai Railways is a good...

by gaba

Nankai Railways is a good choice to get from Kaisai International Airport to Namba, which is near Shinsaibashi, the most popular shopping and dining area in Osaka.
If you just getting around within the downtown in Osaka, Subway is a good choice. It's not cheap though for a single ride: the cheapest fare for the shortest destinations costs you aout 250yen. There is a 1-day ticket for unlimited rides within 1 day, which costs 850yen.

Osaka Castle

by VolsUT

Osaka Castle is awsome, its the best thing to see in Osaka. The castle was refurbished after WWII and is absolutely georgeous. It is the largest wooden structure in the world. The castle is encompaed by a large park where the locals do things that people do in city parks but they also camp out there. It was really strange to me to see people camping out in the middle of a city park in a huge city but I guess there aren't a lot of places to go.

Dotonbori district

by ChuckG

The nightlife is there at night and the best restaurants are there day and night.

This area is lined up with lively bars, restaurants as well as karaoke, pachinko, and more seedy places...

See my travelogue for Dotonbori at night, it's so lively at night !


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Address: 2-4-10 Minami-semba , Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542 0081, Japan