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Coin Laundry and Supermarkets?

by jukebox333

We are staying at a hotel right near Osaka Station, and have three kids in tow. I would like to find a coin laundry somewhere nearby, and a supermarket to grab some nappies, breakfast cereal etc.

Can anyone tell me where I can find these things?

Thanks!

Re: Coin Laundry and Supermarkets?

by Onedragon

Hi
As far as supermarkets...There should be about 20 Kansai Super Markets in Osaka ........... One has to be not far from where you are .. It has a White "K" on it's Logo...

Re: Coin Laundry and Supermarkets?

by jukebox333

Just in case anyone else needs to know, we found that the Hearton Hotel, 2 mins walk west of Osaka Station (and near the Hilton, Granvia and other hotels), has a coin laundry open to the public, on B1.

Re: Coin Laundry and Supermarkets?

by deaks1999

I cant unfortunately help you with ur question but could u please let me know if disposable nappies are any good in japan. We are backpacking around japan in may with our baby and I not sure if i should take our own supply or if they are cheap and good enough in japan.

Re: Coin Laundry and Supermarkets?

by snodrift777

Oh, sweet lord! DO BRING THEM! Napkins in general are HORRIBLE in Japan! I would advise bringing wipes and a roll of paper towels!

Travel Tips for Osaka

Discrimination against outcast people

by tyusen

Toyotomi Hideyoshi unified Japan in 1590. He implements a lot of policies during his rule. Order of sword hunt, cadastral surveys and classism etc. In case of classism, he made 5 classes in the society; Bushi (samurai), farmer, craft worker, trader and low-down people. There is no classism in modern societies, but distinction against low-down people has not been eradicated from Japanese society.

It’s not easy to find such kind of distinction in Eastern Japan because most of low-down people lived in Western Japan, especially in Osaka area, home of Hideyoshi. We can easily find slogans to appeal for elimination of distinction at trains, toilets and many public spaces in Osaka. This is another face of Osaka which came from the history.

If you are interested in the history of human rights in Japan, Osaka Human Rights Museum should be worth visiting. The nearest stations are Ashiharabashi Sta. or Imamiya Sta. on JR loop line.

Den Den town

by ChuckG about 200 electronic stores !

Any electronics you want...it's there ! I even found things i didn't know exist !

The prices are incredibly low and the choice is amazing. Too bad a lot of electronics cannot work in the US otherwise I would have emptied my bank account over there.

Make a list, do the whole street and compare the prices Amazing sound system. Cell phone of your dream. Speaker design like you will see in 5 years at a "Best Buy" near you. I want to cry now... cheap cheap cheap

THE THAI IN OSAKA

by kimbee_vergara about TAWAN THAI

Popular among Thai ex-pats and Japanese alike, the food here is both reasonable and tasty. Lunch menu curries start at JPY600 and the famous tom yam kung (a spicy and sour blend of noodles and shrimp) is JPY1,400; enough for two people sharing. At Tawan Thai, they are not afraid to put in the spices and this ensures that the authentic flavor of true Thai food is skillfully recreated in this urban sprawl of Denden Town. In case you find the food a little spicy, chilled local and imported beers as well as tropical fruit juices are available.

National Museum of Ethnology (Minpaku)

by robertbaum

Japanese: 国立 民族学 博物館 (Kokuritsu Minzokugaku Hakubutsukan)

The museum introduces ethnic cultures from around the world by displaying various items from everyday life of different societies. Nine regional exhibitions, as well as various thematic exhibitions such as Music are on permanent display in order to facilitate understanding of peoples with different cultural backgrounds living together in the modern world.

The museum was founded in 1974 and opened to the public in 1977. It is a comprehensive Research Museum with about 60 academic researchers and hosts an extensive collection of about 255,000 artefacts of which are 12,000 items on display in the regular exhibitions. The current building was designed by Japan's renowned architect Kisho Kurokawa in 1996.

Museum Hours: 10:00-17:00. Last admission 30 minutes before closing. Closed on Wednesdays (Thursdays when Wednesday falls on a national holiday).

Admission: Adults 420 Yen, Students 250 Yen, Children over 6 years 110 Yen. Admission may vary for special exhibitions.

Five-Storey Pagoda of Shi-tenno-ji Temple

by freddie18

The picture I posted here is the 5-storey Buddhist pagoda at the Shi-tenno-ji Temple which is right beside the Main Hall. the symmetrical balance of architecture of the pagoda and the temple in general is admirable.

The temple is open on the following schedule:
April-September
8:30AM-4:30PM
Tuesday-Sunday

October-March
8:00AM-4:00PM
Tuesday-Sunday

* Closed on Mondays

Admission Fee: 300 Yen

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