New Osaka Hotel Shinsaibashi
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
Photos of New Osaka Hotel Shinsaibashi
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Osaka Hotel Shinsaibashi
Simple, clean accommodation convenient to the metro and Osaka's entertainment zone.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews New Osaka Hotel Shinsaibashi
Travel Blogs from Osaka
Well our bags are packed ready for our long journey back to Australia tomorrow. Thank goodness all our souvenirs fitted in!! We have had a great final five days in Osaka.
Students attended a Japanese high school, stayed with a Japanese host family, visited Osaka Castle, trendy shopping districts of Namba and Umeda, played arcade games at Tempozan in the Osaka Bay ...
Thursday I explored the actual city of Osaka. I started by taking the subway to Osaka Castle. This is a huge castle, surrounded by a moat, in the middle of the city. Very beautiful, with typical Japanese-style architecture. After, I visited a long outdoor shopping area, which was very busy. I stopped into a sushi place, the type where the food comes around on little plates on a conveyor belt and you pull ...
... offer. The left freezing, the right warm, the middle electric!!! As I put my fingers in I felt a tingle, I couldn't control my movements of my muscles. Anxious I asked kent "Is there electricity in this bath?!?!?!?" "Ayyy" he replied as if it was perfectly normal. Taken away, I proceeded to lower my limbs deeper eventually entering my Gluteus Maximus which was shacking like a poloroid picture. My muscles were having an epileptic attack, it felt so weird ...
... and there showing the Shogun and his servants. The walls were the only thing to look at, all brilliantly decorated. The edge corridors where you are allowed to walk have squeaky floorboards. This were put there on purpose to warn of intruders. We tried to tiptoe but the floor still squeaked!! Then we took in the sights of the ninomaru gardens and then the gardens of the hunmaru palace (the palace was currently closed). We were then allowed into the ...
... a brochure on the floor. One of the "guards", stationed every 25 feet, saw it, ran on tiptoe so her heels wouldn't click, picked it up and continued her silent jog to the next guard, handed off the brochure while whispering and pointing, that guard continued the silent relay to guard #3 who handed the brochure back to the visitor. The guards then relayed the success silently back to each other ...