New Osaka Hotel Shinsaibashi

1-10-36 Nishi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542-0086, Japan
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Seisshun 18 kippu Osaka to Tokyo

by kairena

I will be arriving in Osaka in the morning from a ferry-Busan. I am thinking of getting the seisshun 18 kippu ticket since I am in a shoestring budget.

Anyone knows a detailed timetable of how to get from OSAKA to TOKYO using seisshun 18 kippu?
It will be better if its a night train but day train is fine as well.

Re: Seisshun 18 kippu Osaka to Tokyo

by unaS

I suggest that you check www.japan-guide.com for this info. Also the forum there is very, very good.

Re: Seisshun 18 kippu Osaka to Tokyo

by bitbit

first...find out what the seishun 18 kippu covers http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2362.html the pass might not cover night trains if i'm not wrong.

then, go to http://www.hyperdia.com/cgi-english/hyperWeb.cgi and input your starting point and end destination, your preferred date and time of departure...do unclick the options "airlines/shinkasen" as i believe you can only travel on local limited express trains with the special pass.

the system will then generate a list of the available trains (& connections if any) to your destination..as well as the time taken for the entire journey.

from osaka to tokyo on local rapid train will probably take close to 10hrs.

Travel Tips for Osaka

Go to the Sky Tower and see...

by GenkiMac

Go to the Sky Tower and see Osaka at night.
You can't love a city until you see it at night and even the ugliest cities look good at night so don't leave without doing it! If you want you can pay to go to the observation deck or you can take the elevator to the floor which has a walkway between the two parts of the building and sneak up for free. It's as good I'm sure and I don't know for 100% that you arn't allowed!!! The mix of the Garden underneath the Sky Tower with it's wild flowers and herbs and the view from the Tower.

Take your earplugs when you go!

by worldkiwi about Yodobashi Camera - Umeda

Yodobashi Camera is a massive multi-storey department store complex in Umeda, just west of the Umeda New Hankyu Station and north of Osaka Central JR Station. The nearest subway station is Umeda.
The annoying Yadobashi theme song plays non-stop. Have pity for the shop assistants. Camera gear, film, computers, cell phones, seem to be the main attraction, but there are fashion stores, music stores (instruments), and even a stationery level!

Shabu-Shabu All-You-Can-Eat!!

by Hewer about Haya

This is a buffet restaurant where you cook the food yourself. A large pot of boiling water is placed in the centre of the table and then two large trays are brought to you, one of meat and one of tofu and vegetables. The meat is very thinly sliced; basically you pick food up with chopsticks and place it into the water. It cooks fairly quickly and then you take it out and place it into your bowl. Tastes great with the shabu sauces provided!

A couple of tips:
1. Designate a "cooker" because if you don`t keep topping up the pot, there`ll be a bottleneck in production.
2. Skim the top of the pot every fifteen or twenty minutes. Otherwise the fat from the meat stays in the water so you need to remove it every so often.
3. Order a new tray of whatever you need just before you finish the previous one.... It costs 1980 yen for all-you-can-eat and an extra 1000 yen if you want to add unlimited beer and sake.

Please note that there is a 90-minute time limit (go easy on the small talk ;-)

**NB: This restaurant also has a yakiniku option, if you feel like Korean BBQ.

Great View from the top of the observatory

by kazuhr

Boundless building landscape from the 40th floor, 170m from the ground, at Umeda Sky Building. You can overlook a dynamic panorama of 360 dgrees.It is worth paying 700 yen !

You can enjoy a glorious view also if you visit at twilight time, especially from late fall to early winter.

Opening hour: 10AM - 10:30PM(last admission 10PM)
*The openinh hour is various from season to season.
e.g.) During Jan. 2nd to 29th Feb. 2004, close at 9:30PM

Entrance fee: 700 yen for adult. 500 yen for above 65 yrs.

Osaka International Peace Center

by robertbaum

Japanese: 大阪 国際 平和 センター (Osaka Kokusai Heiwa Senta) or ピース おおさか (Peace Osaka)

Coming from Osaka Castle the building and especially its roof look like folded paper or Origami.

Peace Osaka aims to convey to younger generations the horrors and tragedy of war, and to contribute to the attainment of world peace.

The museum's entrance is on the building's second floor as well as exhibition room A "Osaka Air Raid and the Daily Life of the People". The course continues to first floor and exhibition room B "15-Year War". The final exhibition room C "Aspiration for Peace" is on third floor.

Museum Hours: 9:30-17:00. Last admission 30 minutes before closing. Closed on Mondays, days following National Holidays, last day of each month and year end and beginning.

Admission: Adults 250 Yen, High Schools Students 150 Yen. Senior citizens over 65 and disabled people with appropriate identification admission is free.

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Address: 1-10-36 Nishi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 542-0086, Japan