Hotel International House Osaka

Address: 8-2-6 Uehommachi, Tennoji-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 543-0001, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Shinsaibashi/Nanba/Tennoji/South Area area of Osaka, is near Dotombori, Minami (Namba), Nakanoshima, and Nipponbashi Denden Town.
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    Travel Blogs from Osaka

    Island of the Rising Sun

    A travel blog entry by skdude on Mar 17, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... and my luggage, followed by humorous suggestions by another young customs officer that my bag should have drugs in. This was just the beginning.

    A bright sunny day and helpful information desk staff made it easy to navigate the train network to my first rather quiet hostel. Somehow everyone in this country seems endlessly happy. The way they speak Japanese, shout at you as you enter the restaurants and stores. So much energy, ...


    A travel blog entry by mjgoodie on Nov 14, 2014

    10 photos

    I am writing this blog Saturday morning sitting on the couch in Fergs lovely apt. The sun is shining in on my face and the birds are chirping outside. On with the blog.... As I really did not have any plans for the day other than getting to Osaka by early evening I took my time getting up and ready for the day. I went down the street and got a coffee then headed over to the river and sat by the river next to the A Bomb Dome. I ...

    Sushi, Neon Lights & Mount Fuji!

    A travel blog entry by lozza83 on Jul 21, 2014

    98 photos

    ... lying and saying we have asthma and the ash may set it off. But decided a polite bow and confused look may get us out of it. But then they offered to have us walk around their altar and view all their Buddha statues. And I nearly slipped A over T and landed in their ash. But I caught myself at the very last second. Thank God/Buddha!

    We were then invited to join them in a fire ritual where they chanted and started fires, inside the smallest little wooden hut. They do this ...

    And back down again

    A travel blog entry by petturik on May 19, 2014

    6 photos

    ... like an uncomfortable position, sitting on their own feet. They opened their books and the chanting began in full synchronicity. Only to be interrupted by one of the monks ringing the bell and the other one with cymbals. I couldn't understand much of what they were chanting but it was mesmerizing nevertheless. The whole thing lasted for more than 45 minutes but it felt like only ten.

    Then we were brought to the dining room for our breakfast. Again it was a full ...


    A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 14, 2014

    7 photos

    ... fare but in Japan you go to the ticket machine and select the amount you want to pay and pay the fare. How do you know which amount to pay, I hear you ask? Well, there's usually a complicated map above the ticket machine which detail the relevant amount for each destination. Normally that should be relatively easy to work out how much the fare should be only except there is probably a 50/50 chance that the map will be in Japanese only (that percentage goes up to 100 if ...