Hotel Keihan Kyobashi

2-1-38 Higashi-noda-cho, Miyakojima-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 534-0024, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bay Area/Bentencho/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi/Tanimachi/Kyobashi area of Osaka, is near Osaka Castle (Osaka-jo), Shinsaibashi, Osaka Museum of Housing and Living, and Minoh Park (Mino Koen).
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    Travel Blogs from Osaka

    Sushi, Neon Lights & Mount Fuji!

    A travel blog entry by lozza83 on Jul 21, 2014

    98 photos

    ... one. It's full of stunning little alley ways, full of tea houses, Geishas rushing by, tiney tiny little restaurants or little inns to stay at. I was highly annoying saying
    " Ohhhh Myyyyy Goddddddd! " at everything and anything. But it truly was gorgeous. We stayed in a Ryokan - a traditional Japanese Inn. We couldn't find it at all - it was down the tiniest/skinniest little alley way, in a 100 year old tea house. We had to get the local butcher to come out and show us which way ...

    "My slippers are soaked!!!"

    A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 24, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... and rise up to the 39th floor. Everyone but Marina was scared, and when Mo said "I'm sweating", Dominic added. "my slippers are soaked!!!" I knew the feeling because mine were as well. The three of us with weak legs took a minute to rest at the gift shop before heading up to the 40th floor. There we sat against the glass on stools and had a frappacino, all the while gaining the courage to walk up ...


    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 09, 2013

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... There was a special exhibit room with photos of young people and their favorite things, but no English descriptions. Then I saw a European anti-bullying book that was part of the exhibit, and suddenly it dawned on me--the photos were of school kids who had committed suicide because of school bullying. There were other exhibits about Koreans in Japan, Bunkaru, Ainu, AIDS, LGBT, disabilities, Hansen's Disease, etc.



    A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Aug 03, 2013

    82 photos

    ... time. However, we did it for the experience and yes, we felt like idiots, but it was worth the embarrassment to say that we tried it.

    After our fun little "gaming" experience we went back out on the streets and walked along a pleasant riverside boardwalk. On both sides of the river were big flashing signs, restaurants, and bars and even strangely shaped ferris wheel. There was a really fun, friendly atmosphere and we even got to see a Power Ranger (even though ...