Raizan Kitakan

1-3-3 Taishi, Nishinari-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 557-0002, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, 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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    Travel Blogs from Osaka

    The Journey Began

    A travel blog entry by sirius_fasha on Apr 03, 2014

    16 photos

    ... be very much needed.

    For muslims:
    i) Most toilets in Japan got bidet but you certainly not going to find any in Universal Studios and Disneyland.
    ii) Apart from the airport and the Tokyo Mosque, it's quite difficult to find prayer room/mosque. So expect to pray in the open area. Prayer mat and a compass will be essential. If you're lucky, you might get your photo taken by the curious locals but I don't think they have any ill-intention.


    Day 22 - Snow, fish and a train door disagreement

    A travel blog entry by apat on Feb 05, 2014

    20 photos

    ... rice came out, I got a little more concerned again, because the medium size was huge. But it looked absolutely fantastic.
    Then the poor waitress turned up carrying my meal. It required its own special oversized plate to support it, and the rice and omelet itself was around 3 inches thick.

    Charlotte wasn't overly fond of her dish, but loved mine, which worked out well because with both of us eating it, we got through a decent ...

    DAY 23: Osaka School for the Visually Impaired (2)

    A travel blog entry by kelsi-rawinia on Jan 28, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    Today was my second and last day at VISH School. This time, I got to experience the classroom, with about nine primary-school-aged kids. As they were coming in, their teacher aids would help them to introduce themselves to me. Many of them were mentally disabled as well as blind, but I was surprised that there were some who could easily be mistaken for normal kids. There was one boy, Toko, who burst into the room yelling "Good Morning! ...

    It's hard being a celebrity

    A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Oct 24, 2013


    ... go to a branch. I informed them that that wasn't possible because I was in Asia and that I was a little upset because no one had told me about this when I called but rater then get upset over something we couldn't fix I decided to let it go. What was the icing on the cake is when I asked why we got charged 5 bucks for each withdrawal he told me that we'd have to go to a bank that had an alliance with Scotia in order to avoid that fee which was fine and dandy but when I asked if there ...


    A travel blog entry by jamieselina on Jul 26, 2013

    ... with a beer. Later, we found a hidden jazz bar up a spiral staircase which was probably the coolest bar either of us has ever been to.

    The second night we headed out for a quiet meal in Koreatown, where we were picked up by a couple of locals who insisted we join them in a karaoke box. Jamie finally popped his karaoke cherry, and I think it's safe to say our friends were blown away by our Bohemian Rhapsody. Osaka was really, really ...