Metro The 21

Address: 2-13 Souemon-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 542-0084, 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 Nanba Grand Kagetsu, Suruhashi, Nakanoshima, and Nipponbashi Denden Town.
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    Travel Blogs from Osaka

    Osaka, Fugu, and The DonQ

    A travel blog entry by acampen on Mar 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... laughing, yelling, watching everybody. It's pretty fantastic.

    Osaka doesn't really offer much in the way of "Important Cultural Things" like Kyoto or "Uber Modern Things" like Tokyo. We enjoy Osaka for its food. Obviously the street food is a must while in Osaka. The Dotombori is the main food street, a pedestrian-only area. Every 5-10 feet is a food cart or a food stall or an outdoor food ...

    Out of the frying pan and into the fire

    A travel blog entry by beardedwanderer on Mar 29, 2015

    ... out of bounds for non-muslims. Which is fair enough as a throng of tourists taking photos tends to spoil the spiritual ambience, but it does have the drawback of making you feel like the outsider you are. As a heathen just being around religious faith makes me feel awkward. I get embarrassed walking in on someone performing their rituals, as though I am encroaching on something personal. It was the same in some of the more sedate Buddhist temples too. I feel the ...

    Sushi, Neon Lights & Mount Fuji!

    A travel blog entry by lozza83 on Jul 21, 2014

    98 photos

    ... crazy and awesome city. We stayed in the heart of the nightlife area. And just outside our doors were 24/7 shopping malls, neon lights as far as the eye can see, tiny 'hole in the wall' restaurants tucked in to any little space they can find and lots of noise and action.

    Speaking of the 'hole in the wall' restaurants - we're not kidding! They are built into any tiny space they can find. You can walk past a little noodle shop and it's 'standing room only' and can only fit ...

    Shop Till U Drop..or till dad won't carry anymore!

    A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a 1,500 yen budget to buy all the Japanese candy and treats they could to bring home, Marina of course took forever to decide, but but kids have a bagful of loot to rival and Halloween. We stopped for treats at Daimaru department store. Marina had a slice of strawberry shortcake, Dominic a macaroon, and Malinee an apple torte. We eventually made our way ...

    I got 99 problems but a...

    A travel blog entry by martycindy on Apr 09, 2014

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... It was only for 1 night, but things could be better.

    Damn this room stunk... Feeling hungry and a bit worried that we still didn't have any cash, we trudged our way outside, looking to find dinner at some unsatisfying McDonald's or MOS Burger that would accept credit cards from cashless travelers. I was in one of my bad moods but luckily, while walking down some random narrow side street, Cindy found a small izakaya (Japanese ...