Toyoko Inn Osaka Umeda Higashi

5-3-25 Nishitenma, Kitaku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 530-0047, Japan
Toyoko Inn Osaka Umeda Higashi
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where to eat in Osaka

by vante

We will arrive in Osaka in October, and would like to know about budget places to eat there. We´ve heard that if you are looking you can find cheaper places to eat, some floors up in skyscrapers for example. We´ve also heard that buying food in supermarkets is pretty expensive. Can someone help us with some info? :-)

RE: where to eat in Osaka

by wathy

Maybe cannot help you a lot, but you can try this site

Buying food in supermarket.. hmm yes, it will expensive if you buy in the famous supermarket just like hankyu, hanshin etc. You can find local supermarket for example Life, Sakae etc. You can found "bentou" (lunch box)around 400~500yen easily.

For budget place, try Yoshinoya / Matsuya / Sukiya for beef bowl or pork bowl.
around 300 yen and above.

But hey! you must try Okonomiyaki and Takoyaki! It is famous food in Osaka :D

Have a nice trip in Osaka.

RE: RE: where to eat in Osaka

by vante

Great! Thanks a lot! This is our first trip to Japan, so we need all the advice we can get. /maja

RE: RE: where to eat in Osaka

by Hewer

Hi there,

Consider the 100 yen shops too (relevant tip at the bottom of the page).

Don't worry too much about the supermarket prices. My food budget here is less that what it was in Australia. It just depends what you eat (and how much of it!). Cheaper than Sweden at any rate.

Good luck,


RE: RE: where to eat in Osaka

by vante

Thanks a lot for the good tips!


Travel Tips for Osaka

Temple ceremony at Hoozen-ji (Moss shrine)

by ChuckG

There is a temple in Namba, a very small one. It's shown on detailed maps of downtown.

One night , a friend of mine brought us there as it's one of the rare temple in the middle of downtown. How surprised were we when we saw that a ceremony was taking place. It lasted more than an hour ans was amazing.

It's very tiny, surrounded by restaurants but located on a quiet tiny street.

DIRECTION: Go to Exit 25 of the Namba subway station. Go down the narrow road by the convenience store, cross Shinsaibashi-suji, and look
for a gate straight ahead with some cobblestones behind it. Walk through the
gate and the shrine is right there.

(Thanks Nicki !)

I wanna ride my bicycle...

by OsakaHatter

Osaka and Stockport share pyramids, Osaka and Amsterdam share bikes.

Anyone spending any length of time in this city should get themselves on two wheels, cos it saves a fortune in train/taxi fares. Everybody here rides as it's all flat and most common destinations are within easy cycling distance. It leads to masses of parked bikes everywhere you go, but this is ok, cos it gives the police some work to do.

A standard "granny shopper" style bike can be bought for around 6,000-7,000 yen new, but shop around - I got a reconditioned mountain bike for 6,500 yen. Bargain!

Wandering about in Osaka

by SLLiew

Stayed overnight at Osaka. It is easy to get around Osaka by the local train.

I enjoyed the two landmarks, the Osaka Castle and the Osaka Tower.

In the evening, the street food stalls were interesting to check out. Joined the city folks after work to eat spicy noodle soup. There are no chairs, you stand and slurp your noodles.

Tsutentaku Tower

by Hewer

Tsutenkaku Tower is one of the most recognisable symbols of Osaka. It is located just south of the center of the city and you can get great views of the Osaka skyline from the top.

It's open all year round from 10am - 6pm. The tower is 103 meters high, and there is a restaurant and viewing deck near the top (and of course a souvenir shop).

Entrance is 600 yen (children under 4 free).


by Gili_S

"My first city in Japan"

I have always wanted to visit Japan one day and when in the summer of 69... ehhh... sorry, the summer of 2009 I finally made it flying direct from Helsinki to Osaka with Finnair flight and here is my short story about what I saw and did in Osaka.


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