New Osaka Hotel

Address: 5-14-10 Nishi-nakajima, Yodogawa-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 532-0011, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Shin Osaka/North Area area of Osaka, is near Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, Hep Five Ferris Wheel, Osaka Museum of Housing and Living, and Minoh Park (Mino Koen).
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Osaka Hotel

          Reviewed by jamiekrussell

          Great location

          Reviewed Oct 7, 2013
          by (4 reviews) Delaware , United States Flag of United States

          This hotel sits right at the Shin-Osaka subway and JR station. We were able to easily travel to Nara, Kyoto and Hiroshima for day trips. The rooms are smaller than what American travelers would be used to but are clean. This was actually our second stay here, our first being about 3 years ago.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews New Osaka Hotel

          3.00 of 5 stars Good

          Travel Blogs from Osaka

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          A travel blog entry by gmalnyk on Sep 15, 2015

          19 photos

          ... the stadium entrances and a bunch of people already lining up for the 4 pm gate opening when we arrived.

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          ... it's a Japanese version of the Head of Stream in Durham, I'm already at home. The fridge is fully stocked with Belgian beers and we are offered a think bound book to choose from. It's table service and I think the three women running it are sisters, one if them agrees to have her picture taken with Mr Chouffe who she recognizes straight away and giggles as she shows the test of the staff. We only have time for a couple but have an enjoyable hour and head back to the subway, Hiroshima ...

          And snowing is half the battle!

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          A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Mar 24, 2014

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          ... They were amazing. For drinks I tried a barley tea by Bryan and Michelle’s suggestion. It kind of tasted like high-fiber cereal combined with the way hay smells. I didn’t really care for it.

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          A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 22, 2013

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          ... what's round that corner?". I walked to the pond of paradise, though paradise seemed infested by triffids. Getting to the temple had involved a very slow walk - it doesn't half gain a crowd, Shitennoji, and with that crowd mostly elderly, progress along crowded streets is slow. There are backstreets, for sanity's sake, but the temple entrance is also narrow, so it was back to a slow plod in. I hopped on the subway to the castle. Opposite the castle itself is the Osaka Museum ...