Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko Kansai Airport Izumisano
Great hotel connected to the KIX airport. Rooms are large and provide all the necessary amenities. Since it's a hotel in an international airport I would have hoped for at least one English language station on the TV, but once again we had to get used to watching Sumo wrestling and "Time Shock" game show.
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Will be staying at the hotel Nikko located at Kansai airport for one night before I meet the rest of the group on Sunday afternoon. We will then be transferring via coach to Kyoto our first stop.
Our last day in Japan! Today, we took the bullet train from Hiroshima to Osaka and arrived in Osaka late in the afternoon. We had every intention of exploring Osaka, but our hotel is connected to the airport and we're exhausted and really not in the mood to walk one more city.
The local cuisine is called Takoyaki (octopus, pickled ginger …
... now as a museum about the history of Osaka. There were nice views of Osaka from the observation deck on the 8th floor, however due to the clouds and the rain, they weren't that spectacular. We started to walk back to the hotel, along a different route and found a neat little sushi restaurant called うを市 (Uoshi I think). We were the only customers, and we quickly ordered by the trusty "point and eat" method. I know ...
... R/C models, train models and other similar stuff. I've also picked up a couple of latest Sailor Moon books for my sister's friend and a maid handed Jerry an ad for a bunny maid cafe (they have both maids and bunnies, what else can you wish for?). We also checked out the National Bunraku Theatre, where ...
... 10 minutes Charlotte and I found a 2 person seat which made the last 10 minutes of our time on a Japanese train slightly less unpleasant. No less depressing though.
After exiting the train and grabbing luggage trolleys, we bagged up the trusty wifi dongle that I'd been carrying around in my pocket for the last 3 weeks and dropped it into the mailbox at the airport entrance, and made our way into the massive, but surprisingly well organised and simple ...