U Community Hotel

Address: 1-3-30 Mikuriyasakaemachi, Higashiosaka, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 577-0036, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1-3-30 Mikuriyasakaemachi, Higashiosaka, is near Dotombori, Osaka Castle (Osaka-jo), Minami (Namba), and Tennoji Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Higashiosaka

    Random observations of Japan

    A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on May 25, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... is no translation of Japanese characters on a menu, and if there is, it doesn't often give important details you might like to know such as: "does this contain raw squid?" 3) Toilets .. a land of contrasts. Our hotels have all had the very finest, but again translations being imprecise at best, it is often a trial and error effort. Most have heated seats, sometimes the temperature has been a bit higher than one expects! The water temperature for the ...

    Japan Back in Time

    A travel blog entry by katestanley on Apr 11, 2015

    2 photos

    ... filled up with tourists.. The local pancakes were not to our liking - perhaps the dashi seasoning didn't quite work for our tastebuds. At night, after a long day, we stopped along this narrow alley we stopped for a meal, after noticing our much loved Gyoza on display. There were quite a few Ryokans on this strip but ours was quaint, humble and good value.

    DAY 2 KYOTO
    We transferred to a Western hotel opposite the ...

    Another Kyoto day

    A travel blog entry by mjhalls on Dec 29, 2014

    ... to find a restaurant to eat in. There were an awful lot of sweet shops and cafes. We eventually went down a side street and found a yakatori restaurant which didn't have any room for us and then Andrew spotted a cosy looking place upstairs with windows down into the street. Fortunately the food was quite good really. The appetiser plate was tasty. We had a garden salad which I mostly ate. And a plate of French fries ...

    Began with an earthquake...

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 06, 2014

    22 photos

    ... of a tea ceremony, the Japanese harp, and flower arranging. The Japanese harp is called a 'Koto' and is a thirteen string instrument that was imported from China about 1300 years ago. These acts were followed by court music, 'Gagaku'. The word 'Gagaku' means elegant music but if you watch the video clip attached you can judge whether or not you would call it 'elegant'. I am not sure this is the adjective I would use. The next act was a comic play ...

    KIMONOS IN KYOTO

    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Apr 17, 2014

    22 photos

    ... s seat from which he could view the scenery. The shogun's will provided that on his death his castle would be given to the Budhists.

    We next went to Nijo Castle. This was built by the first Tokugawa shogun in 1603. It is all original. This is the same shogun that destroyed the original Osaka Castle and then rebuilt it. This castle is all wood and the floors, which are magnificent boards, some 18 ...