Hotel Landmark Umeda

Address: 2-3-22 Shibata, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 530-0012, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Osaka Station/Umeda area of Osaka, is near Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Osaka Museum of Housing and Living, Hep Five Ferris Wheel, and Minoh Park (Mino Koen).
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    Island of the Rising Sun

    A travel blog entry by skdude on Mar 17, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... You pick your food from a machine and pay it directly. You then take your receipt to the waiters and you food comes shortly after. Most menus have pictures and a price making comprehension easy, although it is still a taste lottery. There are so many ways that this country is different and yet, it is just another veneer on the same life we are used to.

    It is coming up to cherry blossom season here where all the trees are in ...


    A travel blog entry by mjgoodie on Nov 14, 2014

    10 photos

    ... to Osaka by bullet train which I ended up snoozing through most of it as the movement of this particular train was making me a bit nauseous. I have been getting on trains kind of last minute which is not great for getting reserved seats so I had to do the rush for a seat on this train. I made it to Osaka early afternoon and was not to meet Ferg until 630 so I stored my luggage and found lunch. Sushi train it was, I find the amount ...

    Sushi, Neon Lights & Mount Fuji!

    A travel blog entry by lozza83 on Jul 21, 2014

    98 photos

    ... standing & eating, at any one time. And often restaurants will be in the THIRD basement level down. And at one Japanese curry place we went to, the bench we ate at, was also the bench they were preparing food on. Very intimate! Every little nook and cranny has been filled with somewhere to eat, drink or shop!

    Oh I have to go into further detail about their trains and train stations. Firstly, our first day in Tokyo we were so scared to catch their trains that we walked ...

    And back down again

    A travel blog entry by petturik on May 19, 2014

    6 photos

    ... where i transferred to a train that would bring me to Kishi station. This station is in a very rural area which has nothing in particular to offer to the average tourist, except Tama!

    Tama is the station master of the little statioin of Kishi, a station that was in danger of being taken out of service. But the station manager had the bright idea to make a cat, Tama, station master. It worked out so well that Tama has brought in about 10 million dollars for the region ...


    A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 14, 2014

    7 photos

    ... beautiful building was used for war. I took a tour of the inside, which was interesting but realistically I only wanted to climb to the top and check out the view. By the time I left the castle it was starting to get dark, which was perfect as the next stop was the Umeda sky building. From the name you can probably guess that its a very tall building with a viewing platform on top. It was surprisingly difficult to get to the building and I got lost around the maze that is ...