Viale Osaka

3-1-3 Azuchimachi, Chuoku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, 541-0052, Japan
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what locations are a must see in Osaka

by gmylrea

What locations are a must see in Osaka. I have never been to japan before. I have two weeks to spend there. These are the last week in March and first week in April. Any travel hints would be Appreciated. Osaka is my entry and exit airport.

kind regards Greg

RE: what locations are a must see in Osaka

by gogonicetrip


Where I want to recommend are Kita, Minami and Osaka Castle.

Kita is located in the northern part around main Osaka and Umeda station, there are many of city’s big hotels, restaurants, and underground shopping precincts.
Minami is located in the southern part, includes the lively downtown area called Namba, the core of old merchant city where you will find Osaka’s best eating and drinking options, including Dotonbori.
Osaka Castle is located in central part of Osaka, you can enjoy cherry blossom in there.


RE: what locations are a must see in Osaka

by nizora

Hi Greg,
I and the family will be visiting Osaka again this April,very much the same time you will be there.
you may email me directly @ for extra info.14 days will take you to many places around Kansai region.

Travel Tips for Osaka

When entering rooms, remove...

by rmiya84778

When entering rooms, remove shoes in front of entrance before going in and use slippers before entering.

In most bathrooms or toilet rooms, there will be slippers inside. These are to be used in this room only.

When sitting down at restaurant table and having drinks, never pour your own drink. Usually the person nearest you will pour your drink and then you do same for them. It is custom to do.

In Japan, when you are invited for dinner as the guest, your host will take care of all expenses!
(business matters) It can get quite expensive too!

When a foreigner is invited to home of a Japanese person, you are considered to be close friend! Bring gift and present to your host. I have been invited to many homes of friends and really enjoy my time spent with my host's! I also observe how life is or what a typical day/routine is for my Japanese friends.

When entering and exiting taxi's, do not open or close doors. The taxi driver will do automatically.

Osaka Tip

by o00o

On the zone which faces the Kansai International Airport across the sea is Rinkuu Town which holds such commercial and cultural facilities as 256m high Rinku Gate Tower Building - the highest in the western Japan, Rinku Park with a beach paved with marble stones and a carved craft promenade, Rinku Papala for amusement, and Rinku Papilio.

All-you-can-eat Indian!

by Hewer about Bombay Kitchen

Bombay Kitchen is a small restaurant tucked away in the side streets of Shinsaibashi. They have a comprehensive menu and you can either take a la carte or a buffet option.

All you can eat and drink costs 3870 yen per person (including tax) which is great value considering the price of drinks in Japan. This includes anything on the menu including desserts and bottled imported beer.

If you want to take the all you can eat option, tell them at the time of reservation.

The restaurant is open everyday from 11am to 2:30pm and then 5pm to 10:30pm. Reservations on weekends are essential (there are only 6 tables!). They accept all major credit cards. The restaurant is Indian owned and managed and the food is pretty authentic. They have also tried to recreate a little bit of India with the decor, though most of the effort has gone into the outside display.

The food was great and the service was VERY fast. Indeed after we paid the bill we were all but ushered towards the door to make way for the next customers.


by peemapat

Our guides told me that this place is the cheapest place for shopping in Japan. I don't know much about this but there are many many shops along the 2 sides of the road. For shopping lover, this is your paradise. You may spent one day along this street.

I had only 2 hours at this place, not enough.

Tennoji park - karaoke

by tompt

Try to visit the park on a sunday afternoon. There are some stalls set up along the main road where you can enjoy the singing of amateurs. It is all very low class but Karaoke is the word in Tennoji park on a sunday.


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