Hotel Kansai

9-15 Toganocho, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 530-0056, Japan
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  • Couples25
  • Solo39
  • Business34

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long stay accommodation

by inuinu


My wife and I will be in Osaka for 3-months in September. Has anyone experience of any decent long stay apartments? We're not fussy about location.

Re: long stay accommodation

by Cherrian123


You can search the hotels in Osaka from:

All The Best!!!!!!!!

Re: long stay accommodation

by Pixiekatten

Maybe this site can be of interest:

I know a real cheap hotel that offers long-stay. Area is a bit dodgy though but still easy accessed with subway on the Osaka Loop Line trains. Plus it is really cheap - 2000yen per night or 1month for 55000yen.

Good Luck!

Travel Tips for Osaka

Osaka's 7th Inning Stetch

by AKtravelers

The most impressive 7th Inning Stretch I have ever seen was at the Hanshin Tigers game in Osaka. Since I saw the same performance done by the visiting fans at the Tigers- Yakult Swallows game in Tokyo, I believe that this 7th Inning Stretch display is something performed at every Tigers game, home or away by their devoted fans. What made the show better in Osaka was the fact that the stadium was filled with Tigers fans wheras they made up only half the stadium in Tokyo.
As the 6th inning moves towards a close, the Tigers fans unwrap and beginn blowing up long balloons of various colors. Then, on cue from their cheerleaders, they begin chanting a song that they all seem to know. As soon as the song is over, the fans release the balloons into the air, creating a rubber fireworks festival of color. I was lucky enough to be seated next to a generous fan who provided me with one of his extra balloons so I could partake in the ceremony, too. It was quite fun!

Shopping Gorge

by OsakaHatter about Namba Parks

Namba Parks is a new shopping centre that opened in early 2004. It proves a remarkably pleasant shopping experience by Osakan standards as it has a very European feel to it, with wide open spaces, so it never feels too crowded.
The centre has lots of cafes and eating places, and of course, shops placed in and around a manmade gorge cutting into the hillside.
There is also a lot of landscaped garden space above and around the shopping area for people who just wanna sit and watch the world go by. The big draw for foreigners is a number of western brand stores, such as Next and French Connection from the UK. Which means I can finally get clothes that fit in Japan!

dinning at shinsaibashi

by hebaemam about shakeys pizza, buffet

cheap open buffet,
just fills the need and satisfy the taste
have non stop delecious pizza, macarni, rice and carry, potatos and salad that plus 2 times drink
all for 1000 en or 10 dollars
so its really good offer
p.s its in the 1st floor but the entrance in the ground floor pizza tuna

Biggest Park Downtown

by Circle88

Osaka castle is definately worth a visit while in Osaka. Best would be during cherry blossom season were I reccomend to visit early in the morning. The park around is nice and pleasant for a walk. The castle has a great 360 degree view of Osaka and a kind of museum with related exhibits on the descent.

Osaka Castle

by Rabbityama

Osaka Castle was originally commissioned by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1684 but was later destroyed by the Tokugawa. The current reconstruction was built in the 1930s and updated in 1997. Although it is a reconstruction, the castle walls and moat are well-preserved and the inside contains a lot of information about Toyotomi Hideyoshi, as well as some artifacts. It also has an excellent view from the top of the surrounding park and city. The castle is also nice to look at from the outside with its unique green tiles.

Entrance is 600 yen, but it is free to roam around the park.


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Address: 9-15 Toganocho, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 530-0056, Japan