Hotel Villa Fontaine Shinsaibashi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3-5-24 Minami Senba, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542-0081, Japan
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  • Families70
  • Couples86
  • Solo100
  • Business80

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Pocky!

by Twinkle28874

Hi there,
I heard on the grapevine that there is a 'Pocky' museum in Osaka.
Having trawled the internet I can find nothing, does anyone know anything about the existence of such a place?
Thanks in advance,
:)

Re: Pocky!

by unaS

Are you sure of the spelling?
http://www.japan-guide.com/search/?cx=015609760794546757367%3A7rvvvopegh0&cof=FORID%3A11&q=Pocky+Museum+Osaka&sa=Search

Re: Pocky!

by puerto_lover

if you mean a Pokemon Centre place, it is situated 5 minutes from Osaka train station.
See this Japanese map : http://www.pokemon.co.jp/pokecen/img/map_osaka.gif

Re: Pocky!

by puerto_lover

Here's a picture - can't miss it !
http://www.flickr.com/photos/zachko/3180793813/

Re: Pocky!

by unaS

"Pocky" for Pokemon?

Re: Pocky!

by Twinkle28874

Thanks for all your efforts guys.
Not really what I was thinking of though, I was thinking of 'Pocky' made by Glico, the chocolate/ pretzel snack....
:)

Re: Pocky!

by unaS

AHH!

You might try contacting them directly:
Ezaki Glico Company Ltd.
Address: 4-6-5 Utajima, Nishi-Yodogawaku, Osaka, 555-8502, Japan
Telephone: (81) 6 6477 8352
Fax: (81) 6 6477 5670
Web: http://www.glico.co.jp

Re: Pocky!

by puerto_lover

....it could have been pockymon.......duh

Travel Tips for Osaka

Osaka Tip

by rmiya84778

View from my hotel room at Rihga Royal Yotsuboshi. You can see concert hall and park in front of hotel. Hotel street is very narrow.
When there is concert going on or any activity being held at concert hall, so many people that streets cannot be driven on till they pass.

Watch Baseball and Concerts at the Osaka Dome

by rmiya84778

Osaka Dome is a popular tourist spot that opened in March 1997. It looks like a strange space ship from far away. Full state-of-the-art multipurpose indoor stadium and home of the NPB professional baseball team the Kintetsu Buffaloes.This stadium or dome is used for sporting events, concerts and other events. Inside the arena there are many restaurants and shops, that operate all year.There is also a place inside called "Simland Q Park. " Here you can experience what life in space is like and what it would be like in a city of the future.

Me gusto!

by nickinosaka about Ola

Ola was one of my quasi-regular hangouts while living in Osaka. It's a tiny hole-in-the-wall place run by a Mexican (whose name escapes me) and a couple Japanese. It's got a great atmosphere, vibrant and welcoming, with good music and even better food. I love Hiroki-san's quesadillas and mole sauce, but anything on the menu is good! He makes everything right in front of you, with fresh ingredients, and it's well worth the wait. The owner, whose name escapes me but hails from Puerto Vallarta, imports most of his tequila from Mexico, and he gets the really good stuff. They also keep a decent supply of my favourite Mexican beer, "something Negra." Uh oh, looks like my memory's going....

Osaka Aquarium KAIYUKAN

by shintarojon

Osaka Aquarium KAIYUKAN is one of the largest aquariums in the world and it has an approximately 30,000 specimens representing 580 species.

Admission fee:

1. Individual rate
a) Senior High/Adults - 2,000 Yen
b) Elementary/Junior High) - 900 Yen
c) Infants (4-6 years old) - 400 Yen

2. Group rate
a) Group (20 persons or more) - can avail a 10% discount

b) School Group (20 students or more) - can avail a 20% discount

Note: Free admission for the accompanying teacher.

Opens from 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

This young man made his living...

by Andrei222

This young man made his living juggling flaming batons and knives in front of Osaka Castle. He was very good. At the finish of his act, he asked for money in the hat on the ground, 'but, please, not the kind that jingles,' he said.
(Click to enlarge the photo and see the knife in the air)

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 Hotel Villa Fontaine Shinsaibashi

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Address: 3-5-24 Minami Senba, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542-0081, Japan