Il Monte

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

7-13 Doyama-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 530-0027, Japan
Hotel Il Monte
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples80
  • Solo88
  • Business76

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Forum Posts

cheapest way from Kansai airport to central Osaka

by boolateh

Which transportation should I ride? I want to save on transpo. Can anyone give me a comparison if I ride a taxi, a limo-bus, bus, train, etc from Kansai airport to central Osaka.

Thanks for your help.

Re: cheapest way from Kansai airport to central Osaka

by Gili_S

Well, if you want the cheapest I assume it is the train. I used it and didn't even consider alternative, the station is just in front of the terminal.

Re: cheapest way from Kansai airport to central Osaka

by GrumpyDiver

Train is the only option, in my opinion. It's very convenient and the airport is quite some distance from the city itself. Kansai Airport is on an artificial island in Osaka Bay, and is really quite far from the city itself (close to 40 km).

The railway station is right at the airport and you have a choice of two railway companies - Japan Railways and Nanaki Electric Railway.

Travel Tips for Osaka

city of lights

by tompt

Being at the busy and colorful streets in Dotonbori area at night is a real must. The colors of the advertising lights are bright and make the place so lively.
It looks like more people like it because it is always busy on the streets of Dotonbori. There are many restaurants, bars and nightlife spots in the area. So don´t hesitate and visit Dotonbori:

Shopping walks everywhere you look

by PartyRambo

In a dense population such as Japan, most available space in urban centres is used for something, and shopping is usually the filler - between buildings, there's often market stalls or ground-floor shops which spread out into the sidewalk spaces.
Many of these arcades are covered from the elements, which gives both a break from the sun when you've had a tiring day touring, but also makes you feel like you're underground all the time.
Pictured is the entrance to such an arcade.

Travel Cards

by kevarms

There are various pre-paid travel cards that will make getting around the Osaka area convenient.
One of the more useful is the Rainbow Card. It's valid on all private railways (ie, Hankyu, Hanshin, Nankai, Kintetsu but NOT JR) and also valid on Osaka buses and subways. It is available in 500-5,000 yen denominations and can be purchased at the ticket counters at participating stations.

Fish--They're Not Just For Lunch Anymore!

by nickinosaka

The Osaka Aquarium is a great thing to do if you need a break from the urbanity. I found my visits there very relaxing. The fish are really diverse, my favourites being the whale shark and manta ray in the big central tank and some of the brilliantly coloured jellyfish. On weekends the place can get crowded, and sometimes there are massive groups of students visiting. Also check out the nearby Suntory art museum (the modern looking building next door). The food court in the Harbour Village is fairly standard fare, although I had a great curry/sausage okonomiyaki in one of the sit-down restaurants.

Former Army, Police and Museum Building

by robertbaum

This red/brown brick building was constructed in 1931 as the Japanese Army's Fourth Divisional Headquarters, using funds raised from the general public in celebration of the enthronement of Emperor Showa in his 6th year of reign.

Modeled after a medieval European castle, the former Headquarters building features a magnificent architectural design with elaborate decoration on the facade, as well as towers in the front and at the four corners.

Following the disbandment of the Japanese Army immediately after WWII, the building was used by the Osaka Metropolitan police Department, which was subsequently reorganised into the Osaka Prefectural Police Headquarters.

More recently, the building interior was renovated to accommodate a museum; from 1960 to 2001 the building housed the Osaka City Museum. The museum reopened as the Osaka Museum of History on 3 November 2001 in a new building at Chuo-ku, Otemae 4-chome.


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Address: 7-13 Doyama-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 530-0027, Japan