Osaka Tokyu Inn

2-1 Doyama-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, 530-0027, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Osaka Station/Umeda 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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    Travel Blogs from Osaka

    Sushi, Neon Lights & Mount Fuji!

    A travel blog entry by lozza83 on Jul 21, 2014

    98 photos

    ... night, for a year, and never eat the same thing twice! The shopping is hands down the most fun and craziest shopping we have ever experienced. It even sucked Steven in and he realised yes, we do need those mugs shaped like Mount Fuji or those Mickey mouse BBQ tongs!

    The countryside is beautiful and green, with giant forests everywhere. And everything is so clean and runs super efficiently. But above anything else - it's the most wackiest, craziest, random, bizarre place ...

    Joypolis & Hanshin Tigers

    A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 17, 2014

    18 photos

    Relaxing morning - sleep in, laundry, watch the US beat Ghana. Headed out for food around 10ish. Tried to be daring and go to a Family Mart but they didn't have exactly what we wanted so we were back at our traditional Lawsons. (So for those that don't know that was sarcasm, all these mini-marts have about the same stuff but the Family Mart didn't have the exact sandwich Dominic ...

    The scenic route home

    A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 13, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Having had only 3 hours sleep, I got up at 5am did a last minute check and I was off. It was still dark outside and I needed to navigate some fields before reaching my airport bus stop. Although I have done it loads of times before there was a real chance that I may get lost or worst, fall into the paddy fields! The path is narrow, light is sporadic and every now and then a dog might jump out at you, oh and don't get me started on ...


    A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 09, 2013

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... going smoothly; there are overhead signs in English pointing the way to the train to Kibukawa, my next transfer point. Then, at Kibukawa, a train fanatic's worst nightmare--a big sign in Japanese and English pointing to "Replacement Bus for the Shigaraki Railroad Line." Japanese trains are so easy--fixed routes, fixed stations that you can find on a map, and English signs at each station. Busses have none of these ...


    A travel blog entry by spiderwebbs on Sep 21, 2013

    10 photos

    ... of music, (that sound like the tune from an old fashioned merry-go-round), played on trains to signal when the train is going to pull out of the station or when an announcement is about to be made.

    As the attendants on the trains move from carriage to carriage they bow in a very ritualistic manner. Everybody bows in Japan, but these guys have it down to a fine art.

    The fashion sense of many of the people is interesting, from the geek girls with ...