Nagai Park Hotel

2-13-13 Nagai, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 558-0003, Japan
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One night in Osaka

by yampalin

Arriving Osaka by ship with wife morning of October 3 for one night and leaving from Kansai airport next day in afternoon. Want to visit Kyoto if possible. Any ideas about following alternatives??

a - stay at hotel or near train station in Osaka and travel by train to kyoto in afternoon returning in evening, spend next morning in Osaka and go by train to Kansai in early afternoon since it takes less than 30 minutes;

b - stay at hotel near train station in Kyoto and travel next day at noon to Kansai by train since it takes about 8o minuts;

c - stay at hotel in Kansai airport, go to Kyoto by train same afternoon and go to Osaka next morning returning in afteroon for departure

Would appreciate hotel names you recommend for each alternative regardless after stating your recommendation

Juan
yampalin@vtmail.com

Re: One night in Osaka

by blacksnail

My Suggestion is once u arrived in Osaka, take a train to kyoto and check in to a hostel around the Kyoto Train Station, then explore Kyoto. The Next morning wake up early, take a train to osaka then to the airport.

Bear in mind that when taking train to the airport, there is an exchange of train. I missed the exchange point last time! :)

Travel Tips for Osaka

Observe hanami in the Castle gardens.

by worldkiwi

Hanami is the Japanese tradtional spring picnic activity. A great place to observe hanami is in the gardens surrounding Osaka Castle. Parts of the gardens are free to enter and others require a fee of 200 yen (April 2007). You will notice that just about all hanami picnic mats are blue. I have not yet found out why a ubiquitous blue tarp is used for the hanami, but it is very intriguing. Often the smell of beer will surround hanami picnics. People also claim their sites days before the actual picnic with family and friends and you will see people apparently 'camping out' to guard their ground. Of course, hanami happens under blossoming cherry trees. In other places around Osaka, you will see the familiar blue sheets placed under the cherry trees - beside railway lines, next to rivers and of course in parks and gardens.

Kimuchi and Yakiniku Heaven

by Circle88 about Tsuruhashi

This is the Korean Market (at least the most famous) of Osaka. The surounding area is quite run down but has a nice feel to it. Lots of small shops selling Korean goods and many Yakiniku (Korean BBQ) restaurants can be found in the surounding area. Kimuchi.

BEST DIM SUM BUFFET

by heywinks about HONG KONG CHON LONG

This restaurant, with Chinese furniture, has delicious buffet dim sum & Chinese dishes! They have lunch & dinner buffet & be ready to wait in a line to get in. The wait is worth it! The dim sum is carted around in the traditional style: steaming carts filled with dumplings & bite size dishes in bamboo steamers waiting to be devoured!
There is also a section of noodle, rice, soup, vegetable, meat, & seafood dishes. And a dessert bar (almond tofu, mango pudding, tapioca & coconut milk sweet, etc).
Price is 2500yen/adult if I remember correctly. TRY EVERYTHING!!

Osaka Castle

by o00o

The Osaka Castle area is central to the long history of Osaka, which was once the economic hub of all Japan. Located in the area are Osaka Castle, with its recently repaired Main Tower; Osaka Castle Park, a large park surrounding the castle, providing citizens with opportunities for recreation and the remains of the Naniwa Palace. The OBP (Osaka Business Park), a section of futuristic office buildings, is situated in the northeastern part of the area. There, visitors can enjoy communications via up-to-date media. The area also features many shops and restaurants.

TenniJo Temple

by PartyRambo

One of, or possibly the, oldest temples in Japan, the ***ennoJi temple in Osaka was built in 593 by by Prince Shotoku.
The buildings are arranged in a linear style (or ***ennoji Cathedral Style), almost unchanged from the original.

-see my travelogue for more pictures.

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