Hotel Raizan South

Address: 1-3-3 Taishi Nishinariku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 557-0002 , Japan | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Shinsaibashi/Nanba/Tennoji/South Area area of Osaka, is near Dotombori, Minami (Namba), Nanba Grand Kagetsu, and Nipponbashi Denden Town.
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    Mushi Mushi, Osaka

    A travel blog entry by shenanigans on Feb 28, 2013

    17 photos

    ... the bus company to locate the bag. The bus had continued onto Kyoto and thankfully the staff cleaned the bus and put the bag aside for us. They will send it to us in Osaka. Thank you Willer Bus and the anonymous honest cleaner. As they cant provide a bed for us until 3pm, we take advantage of the sun and walk the town. It's bigger than expected, alot of tall grey buildings and elevated highways. Osaka-jo castle lies in the middle of all the ...

    Fishy Business

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Nov 06, 2012

    186 photos

    ... was a little wasted on us and we didn’t bother paying to go up it but we did have a wonder around the gardens and discovered that seemingly children don’t go to school in Japan they spend their days at local tourist attractions, there were literally huge groups of school children everywhere. Some of the brave ones would practice their English and shout hello at us whilst all the others would giggle and run past. The castle is very pretty and ...

    Metropolis Osaka

    A travel blog entry by sabrina_berkamp on Dec 08, 2011

    3 comments, 33 photos

    ... most were the deer that were walking around everywhere. The are a couple thousand wild deer in Nara that a protected by law. They just wander around near all the temples. You can buy deer crackers and feed them. It's really easy to spot the places that sell the crackers, because all the deer tend to hover around those stalls. When you hold a cracker, the deer bow for you. All Japanese really love that and I was told only Nara deer do that.

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