Hotel T'POINT

1-6-28 Higashi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-Ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542-0083, Japan
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Route to Kyoto from Shin-Osaka

by niklove

I'm travelling to Kyoto from Shin-osaka. Do i have to take the jr haruka or other trains to kyoto? or is the last stop of jr haruka to kyoto? how long would it take from shin-osaka to kyoto? also...are there any cheap hotels in kyoto?

RE: Route to Kyoto from Shin-Osaka

by Cyncyn

The fast JR takes only 35 mins from Shin-Osaka to Kyoto !
And I know there is another train also running from Osaka to Kyoto, the price will be a bit lower ! But it's different station in Osaka. I think it's not hard to find , if you have a map !

RE: RE: Route to Kyoto from Shin-Osaka

by heywinks

If I remember correctly, JR Shin-Osaka Station is an Rapid-Express train station, which means it services Rapid-Express, Express, and Local lines. You can take the Rapid-Express train and it will take about 30 mins. The cost is the same whether you take the Rapid-Express, Express, and Local. Get off at JR Kyoto Station. From there you can take the local subway or city bus (I prefer the latter) to get around the city. Go to the bus office and get an all day pass for 500 yen. They have an English map too which is VERY easy to follow, showing all the main tourist "attractions" and how to get from place to place.

As for cheap hotels, check the Kyoto pages. There's alot of info there. Good luck! :)

Travel Tips for Osaka

Go jump in the......river!

by Hewer

It is customary to jump in the Dotonbori River to celebrate the success of a sporting team. If your visit to Osaka coincides with a big victory for a local or national team, it'll be worthwhile heading down to Namba to watch the post-match party.

Over 1 million fans coverged on the area around Dotonbori bridge in September 2003 when the Hanshin Tigers won baseball's Central League pennant. 5000 of them jumped into the river!

Moving on from the Airport

by kevarms

Tourists are spoilt for choice when it comes to getting out of Osaka Airport.
TRAINS
-Rapi:t - 30 mins to Nankai Namba; Y1,400
-Nankai Express - 40 mins to Nankai Namba; Y890
(from Nankai Namba take a subway or taxi to your next destination)
-Haruka Limited Express - stops at Tennoji (30 mins, Y2,230) and Shin-Osaka (45 mins, Y2,930)

LIMO BUSES
- 1 hour to city, Y1,300

TAXIS
- probably too expensive for most travellers

FERRY
- to Tempozan (6 ferries per day), 40 mins, Y1,840, then it's just a few minutes walk to Osaka-ko Station on the Chuo Line.

CANTE GRAND CAFE

by kat_on_moray

CANTE GRAND CAFE
Cante Grande was introduced to me by my friend, Annie (she always knew where the cool places were). It is at a few locations throughout Osaka. It is not only a cafe, a number of the stores also have galleries, adjoining shops where they sell teas, postcards, various Japanese cool stuff (too random to describe in detail - go and check it out yourself) A nice cup of chai and a delicious piece of any cake!

tempozan fairy wheel

by hebaemam

its a huage one with a nice view,,, for 700 en per person.

it have around 60 cars, only 4 are transparent so you can see below you. and you can choose to stand the transparent car qeue. its better but if the qeue is long i dont advice cause it takes 15 mins between 2 transparent cars....

Billiken Statue at Tsutenkaku Tower

by freddie18

If you are visiting the Tsutenkaku Tower in Osaka, go up to the Observation deck on the 5th floor. You will be amazed with the breathtaking view of the city. At the centre of the deck is a statue. The tower is the home to the Billiken which is a Japanese for the God of Happiness or as carved at the bottom of the wooden statue is "things as they should be".

This is a popular symbol of good luck. Place some coins in the donation box and rub the soles of his well-worn feet. Make a wish and let me know if it came true.

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Address: 1-6-28 Higashi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-Ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542-0083, Japan