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This place is a little rough around the edges but you get what you pay for. The hotel is located in a shadier area of town but it is close to Shin-Imamiya and the subway Station (Dae-imatsu or something like that). Staff in the residence was nice enough and the rooms are just large enough to lay ...
Facilities the hotel provide is very good. It's just that tge cabin is not aound-proof ao you can hear little noise from your next cabin. Mind you it's pretty quiet there, and you can get ear plugs for free
Walk through cigarette smoke filled lobby, easy 1000yen deposit for key (which was paid back when we gave the key back, they didn't even check the room cleanliness) Tiny room. Filled two single futon and two suitcases and that's it (but also had a fridge) but comfy futon on tatami. With a window. ...
After a long day of walking around the city I could look forward to the 24/hr multi-level bath house. From hot/cold public baths, saunas to public showers complete with amenities it was very relaxing. The capsule is a decent size and you can watch tv in there. For those who are the sound sensitive ...
If you’re looking to make your money go further on your visit to the city, there is plenty of cheap accommodation in Osaka to choose from. And you won’t have to settle for staying in out-of-the-way neighbourhoods either.
The main focus for affordable hotels is around Namba station, the major shopping and entertainment hub in the south of Osaka. Also known as Minami (Japanese for south), it’s a great place to be based to get a taste of all the great things that Osaka has to offer. You could even try out one of Japan’s famous capsule hotels – great if all you need is a place to rest your head.
When it comes to visiting the big visitor attractions, it’s free to go for a stroll around Osaka Castle Park. You’ll be surrounded by trees, moats and rivers and you can get great views of the castle itself. You also don’t have to pay to visit the outer grounds at Shitennoji Temple, one of the oldest in Japan.
Of course, it doesn’t cost a thing to go and experience the almost surreal shopping malls dotted all over the city, and with the sheer variety of shops on offer you’re bound to find some souvenirs in your price range. Or get a glimpse of Japanese pop culture in Amerikamura, Osaka’s version of Tokyo’s famous Harajuku district, where teen fashion and trends rule.
Getting a taste of Osaka’s legendary food culture without breaking the bank is easy, especially if you stay around the Dotombori area near Namba station. This is one of the top destinations for sampling street food and affordable local dishes including sushi, udon and okonomiyaki savoury pancakes. You also get to experience the amazing atmosphere conjured up by the bustling streets and bright lights. And it’s all absolutely free.