New Oriental Hotel

Address: 2-6-10 Nishihonmachi, Nishi-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 550-0005, 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 Umeda Sky Building - Floating Garden Observatory, Shinsaibashi, Tsutenkaku, and Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine.
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    Saturday we took the train to Kobe, where we quickly checked in and went out for a walk around the harbour. We saw the earthquake zone, which is an area that they kept exactly as it was right after the earthquake occurred. It was sad to see but they've done a beautiful job on the remembrance. Then we walked through the small Chinatown which was …

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