Hotel Sun Plaza Two

1-2-20 Taishi, Nishinari-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 557-0002, Japan
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Himeji Castle and Arima Spa,

by judithsage

I am thinking of staying three days in Kyoto, go to the Arima spa for a day from Osaka. If you had to choose btwn the castle and the arima spa....which would it be?

Re: Himeji Castle and Arima Spa,

by Pixiekatten

I'd go to Himeji for the day and see the castle and the old samurai quarter & garden next to the castle (get combined ticket, sold at the garden but not at the castle, or so it used to be). Then visit an Onsen in the evening. A good Onsen it very spa-like. :)

Enjoy your trip!
:)

Travel Tips for Osaka

Omiya-mairi

by Hewer

Omiya-mairi is a celebration of a baby's first vist to a Shinto shrine. Traditionally, this happens one month after the birth of any Japanese baby. My son was born on February 10th, so on March 10th, we took him in to Temmangu Shinto Shrine for the ceremony.

Basically, you go in, pay the fee (10,000 yen) and wait while the priest and his acolytes prepare the room. After that, the priest summons you and you have to go and sit in the shrine. According to tradition, the mother of the baby's father holds the baby during the ceremony. My mother was absent so my wife's mother filled in. The priest begins a long incantation and disperses smoke around the room. My mother-in-law sat in front of the priest during the ceremony. I didn't understand much of the ceremony, except for the part where he said my name and how it was my duty to protect my son. It was a truly moving event. Unfortunately, no photography was allowed during the ceremony but we took a couple of shots afterwards.

This is as much a national custom as a religious one. This custom is not native to Osaka but Temmangu Shrine is considered to be the premier place in the area to go through it. It was a day I'll never forget!

everyThing eLectronics into ONE building

by mkim about Yodobashi-Umeda

Yodobashi Camera used 2 B 1 of the handfuL of Electronics Stores (like BiGu Camera, Sakuraya, etc) which consist of a small (usually 5-stories) building scattered across conjested sections of Japanese cities .
@ the dawn of the MiLLennium they put a FuLL-VoLume building, the size of a major department store in the Northern hub of Osaka .
now I C no reason 2 yonder 2 Den Den Town the once-renouned ELectronics District of Osaka which is way- down @ the South Roads . everyThing ELectronic including computers, TV, household items
but also a full array of office supplies, health cosmetics and a restaurant floor atop . for travelers from abroad I highly recommend computer and multimedia accessories which R so unique & cute, and can B easily bought even in high-Yen currencies .

NINNIKU-YA (THE GARLIC...

by kat_on_moray

NINNIKU-YA (THE GARLIC RESTAURANT)
Atmosphere - *****
Price - *****
This is a great place for a group dinner because then you can order a lot of meals and then share. It is not really the kind of place where you order a meal for yourself. Beware that there are sometimes long waits - I have known people to wait for over an hour to get in - while you are waiting they do provide some snacks to eat and will give you a menu in advance. English menu available. Without a doubt, it would have to be the garlic and spinach salad (a true masterpiece) and also the famous garlic bread (there's a special way to eat it - don't worry they'll teach you how to do it at the restaurant).

Cherry Blossoms!

by schwein

I was lucky, in that all the blossoms were blooming when I had time in Osaka.

End of March, beginning of April is the best time to see them.
Great place to view them is the park around Osaka castle.

Pink, white, and red. Some trees are rare, and have a mix of colours.

If you are looking for any...

by GenkiMac

If you are looking for any kind of restaurant, bar or place to hang where everyone else is then this is
'Dotomburi'. It's bright it has a famous crab which moves its legs and its fun.
The closest station is Namba.

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