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Fujita Kanko is a large Japanese hospitality company with a portfolio that includes hotels, hot-spring resorts, gardens, events venues and country clubs throughout Japan. It can trace its history all the way back to 1869 and sees both tradition and innovation as central to the services it offers customers. Fujita Kanko’s Washington Hotel brand caters for business and leisure travellers looking for high-quality and convenience on a budget. Their Hotel Gracery properties are styled as modern, easy luxury.
Book to stay in a Washington Hotel in the Osaka area and you’ll be able to choose from single, twin, double and triple rooms sleeping up to five guests. So it’s an affordable option whether you’re visiting solo or with the whole family. Neat and compact layouts fit in everything you need for your stopover, including the essential free WiFi and wired internet, plus TV and handy mini-fridge and coffee-making facilities. There’s also a free airport shuttle service if you’re staying at the Kansai Airport Washington Hotel, and you can add on-site buffet breakfast to your package, making it all the easier to get breakfast ticked off the list before your flight.
Osaka is a city with something for everyone. Around the two main city hubs of Umeda to the north and Namba to the south, you’ll find shopping, entertainment and dining districts to keep you busy 24/7. Discover Osaka’s famous foodie culture in Dotonbori, or try your hand at making some of the city’s favourite food creations for yourself at the Osaka Takoyaki Museum and remarkable Instant Ramen Museum. And don’t miss Universal Studios Japan in the city’s fun-filled Bay Area.
Between Osaka city centre and Kansai International Airport is the seaside suburb of Sakai, which is well worth taking a trip to to get a glimpse of the area’s rich past. You can marvel at the grand tomb of Emperor Nintoku, see creativity up close at the Sakai Traditional Crafts Museum and hop on the historic streetcar to Hamadera Park.