Osakako Reimeien Hotel

Address: 4-2-10 Chikko, Minato-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 552-0021, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Bay Area/Bentencho/Yodoyabashi/Hommachi/Tanimachi/Kyobashi area of Osaka, is near Universal Studios Japan, Spa World, Modern Transportation Museum, and Municipal Museum of Fine Art.
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        Osaka Castle & baseball game

        A travel blog entry by gmalnyk on Sep 15, 2015

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        ... course of the game.
        * 4 umpires officiated the game.
        * Bullpens were in front of each dug out. Practice pitches were thrown between the active pitches of the game.
        * there was a choreographed balloon release (after some sort of cheers song) by the opposing team at the end of the 6th inning, which was answered between the top and bottom of the 7th inning by a cheer song & balloon release by the ...

        A last-minute addition to our itinerary: Osaka!

        A travel blog entry by dany_zed on May 13, 2015

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        ... is tough even for Paolo!! After few moments of confusion, we find it! It is so tiny that I would say it's just a room with futons, a pretend-to-be kitchen and a chemical toilet...but I guess this is a normal size apartment for Japanese standards..and for us it's more than enough! After dinner, our bed time is as early as 10 pm as the alarm is set at 3.30 am tomorrow: the UCL semi-final is on and the fear and hope are growing for our Juventus to beat Real ...

        Umeda, Okonomiyaki and Aquarium

        A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 26, 2015

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        ... got 4 and a half stars and was in the basement of the sky building. It was called Kiji. We couldn't find it at first as all the signs for the different restaurants were in Japanese. We just went off a picture. We opened a sliding door and walked in. We had a warm welcome from all the chefs. The place was tiny so we were lucky to get a table. The table has a hot plate in the middle. The owner came over and asked where we were from. He welcomed us ...

        Fushimi Inari Taisha

        A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Mar 23, 2014

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        ... for the hundreds if not thousands of torii gates that line its winding walkways. Torii gates are traditional red/orange archways with cylindrical columns and very distinctive crossbar (please regard pictures). The park opens with two very large torii gates with stairs leading up to the main temple courtyard.  The courtyard is immense, but willed with covered shrines and small garden areas. The ground is covered with small rocks that remain semi-organized due to an ingenious ...

        DAY 32: Back to New Zealand

        A travel blog entry by kelsi-rawinia on Feb 06, 2014

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        ... When we arrived at the airport, I checked in my luggage. My host mother and I had weighed it at home before I left, and it was 29kg - my allowance was only 23kg! Kibayashi had said that previous TIAT's had to pay about 20,000 yen (about $240) for the extra weight they had in their suitcase so I was a bit worried. However, when I got to the counter and admitted that my bag was heavy, the man was impressed with my Japanese and said "Shhhh" then put in straight on the conveyor ...