Metro The 21

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

    Going back east

    A travel blog entry by petturik on May 17, 2014

    8 photos

    ... off to soak my feet in the pond and after so many days of walking it was a really nice feeling to give my poor feet the rest they so badly deserve. After a while i put my shoes back on and proceeded to the castle. The thing looked really nice from the outside so i took some cool pictures but as a came to entrance there was a sign you had to keep right for the stairs and left for the elevator. Elevator? I didn't know the Japanese were this advanced in ...

    Errands in Osaka

    A travel blog entry by thebartons99 on Feb 07, 2014

    1 photo

    ... in the country. For unreserved seating, we can just hop on. For reserved seating, we need to get assigned seat tickets, but there is no additional cost.

    The train trip to Osaka was very comfortable and fast! We brought along a backpack full of activities and only got through a handful.

    In Osaka, we made our way from Shin-Osaka station to JR Tennoji station. As with Tokyo, there is a JR rail system to ...

    DAY 4: Hannan High School

    A travel blog entry by kelsi-rawinia on Jan 09, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... already learning my way around the school and I didn't have to do any impromptu Japanese speeches. I assisted in three classes: Kibayashi-sensei's, Toguchi-sensei's and Koji-sensei's. Toguchi's class was very quiet, the students are reluctant to talk or give answers. I now understand how awkward teachers feel, standing in front of a bunch of students who don't talk, only stare! Kibayashi and Koji's classes were the complete opposite, in fact, the ...

    Betsy & Jamie take on Japan - Koyasan, Mino, Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Nov 15, 2013

    90 photos

    ... Our next stop was to Kinkaku, or the Golden Pavilion. As the name implies, it's quite golden and sits amid a very picturesque pond. You can't go in but the hall contains Buddhist relics. As you proceed around the rest of the grounds, everything pales in comparison but there is also a tea house and a temple.
    We had to take the bus about an hour to get to the other side of Kyoto where we went to Heian Shrine. We didn't find this out until later but it was an important day at ...

    Osaka food paradise

    A travel blog entry by oliehuntersmart on Jul 16, 2013

    4 photos

    ... we also visited Nara, another city an hour or so away on the train. Nara was a relatively quiet place but with a large national park which was where we were heading. It was also the site of the huge bronze and gold Buddha statue housed in one of the largest wooden buildings in the world. The statue was huge, filling the room but leaving a little space around the edge to walk around it. You could also see that the head of the ...