Shogetsu Ryokan

1-13-7 Chuo, Jotoku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 536-0005, Japan
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Forum Posts

Itami airport bus

by traveld

Where do the airport buses from Itami stop/drop off in Osaka besides the New Hankyu Hotel?

Re: Itami airport bus

by Sakura_Kobe


The bus departs from:
Osaka(Itami) Airport South terminal No.14
Osaka(Itami) Airport North terminal No.4

Pleae refer to the following time table:

departure place: Itami airport

arrival place:
Osaka Umeda area
Universal Studio Japan

I hope it helps you. Have a nice trip!


Re: Itami airport bus

by traveld

Yes, thank you very much.

Travel Tips for Osaka

Local Breakfast

by Gili_S

Our hotel room was included breakfast and when we checked in the receptionist ask if we want to have standard western breakfast or Japanese breakfast? Common, we have "normal" breakfast all over the world, why the hell in Japan I need the same? The choice was obvious and in the next morning excited we enter into the Japanese breakfast room into the unknown. We were the only westerns there and we had to look sometimes at the other guests to see how actually they handle the food. Anyway, the breakfast was very good even I have no idea what it was the "things" that I was eating :)

100 Yen Shops

by Hewer about Only One

You pay the same amount for every item in the store (100 yen is about USD$0.90). They have quite a range of different things and if you're travelling, you could save a lot of money on necessities if you buy them here. The quality and range is much better here than in similar discount stores elsewhere. For the visitor, there are several items of interest such as ornaments, traditional-looking ceramics, food and drink items, as well as the usual discount store fare. You can even get a large bowl of instant noodles. 105 yen per item (they add 5 yen for sales tax).

All-you-can-eat Yakiniku!

by Hewer about Hirata

Yakiniku is what Korean-style BBQ is called in Japan. I'm a shameless gourmand and I believe the best way to experience yakiniku in Japan is an all-you-can-eat feast as in this restaurant. It's a setup where you simply keep ordering different kinds of meat and cook it yourself. There are two menus and they are priced differently, so you have to decide at the start which "course" you want. You have 90 minutes and you can eat and drink as much as you want.

Basic Menu: 2500 yen
Premium Menu: 3000 yen
All-you-can-drink: 980 yen

They are open from 4pm until Midnight. Make sure you try the different sauces with the meat. It gets a bit bland without the sauce. Not much here if you are a vegetarian, unless you plan to drink an awful lot. They do have basic salad vegetables, however.

Map of Osaka Park

by freddie18

Once you have entered or at the entrance of the Osaka Castle ground, you will be guided with my posted photos of the map and direction of the Osaka Castle. By starting off from this point, you will have a smooth and more enjoyable tour of this famous castle and park.
You can make use of these map and direction and have a pleasant tour.


by kiwigal_1

Osaka Castle was originally built in 1583 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. It was renovated in 1620 by Tokugawa who had won the castle in a battle. In 1665 the castle was burned to the ground when it was struck by lightening and wasn't rebuilt until modern times.

I wasn't very impressed by Osaka Castle itself but I enjoyed walking in the large castle grounds. The castle is quite small in comparison to many other Japanese Castles. If you are planning a trip to Kansai region and like castles then I recommend that you also visit Himeji Castle in Himeji City about 1 hour from Osaka by train.

See my Himeji Page for details!


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