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Located in the midst of the city, 10 minutes walk from Umeda Station, convenience stores nearby, and within a stone's throw of KITA Osaka.
The following part will introduce the famous attractions of Osaka.

Surrounding Area Attractions
Surrounding Area Attractions
Taiyuji Temple
The temple was founded in 821 by Kukai, known posthumously as Kobo-Daishi, and the temple’s principle image is a thousand-armed statue of the goddess Kannon, presented by Emperor Saga. Later, Gen’yu, Emperor Saga’s son, had a full set of Buddhist temple buildings constructed in the extensive precincts of the temple. There are memorial of Kobo-Daishi, the statue of Fudo and the tomb of Lady Yodo in this temple.

Access

3 minutes walk from our hotel

Taiyuji Temple
HEP FIVE
Located at the center of Umeda, HEP FIVE houses mostly fashion retail shops that cater to young consumers, with restaurants, and amusement facilities. The big red Ferris wheel on the top makes it one of the city’s most unique integrated spaces. Try the Ferris wheel after shopping for a spectacular view of Osaka from 106 meters up.

Access

15 minutes walk from our hotel

HEP FIVE
Osaka City Central Public Hall
Osaka City Central Public Hall is an elegant Neo-Renaissance architecture with red brick wall and dome-shaped bronze roof. The graceful appearance looking even more beautiful on blue water and green trees has always been loved by many people. Many international stars had concerts and also many famous people had lectures there, such as Helen Keller and Gagarin.

Access

20~25 minutes walk from our hotel

Osaka City Central Public Hall
Kids Plaza Osaka
Kids Plaza Osaka, located next to Ogimachi Park, is the first museum in Japan dedicated to child education. The basic philosophy of Kids Plaza Osaka is that children learn while playing and having fun nourishes creativity and awakes new potentials to personal development. Every floor has a theme, such as creativity floor, adventure floor and discovery floor. The building is also the head office of Kansai Telecasting Corporation.

Access

8 minutes walk from our hotel

Kids Plaza Osaka
Tsuyunoten Shrine (Ohatsu Tenjin Shrine)
The Deity of the Shrine is Sukunahiko and Michizane Sugawara with a history of over 1,300 years.It is also the site of a double suicide in 1703 that was later retold in Sonezaki Shinju, a famous Bunraku puppet play written by Monzaemon Chikamatsu.The story of pure and passionate love was written so skillfully that it brought Chikamatsu instant fame. A memorial tower was erected by volunteers marking the site of Sonezaki Shinju,which is visited by many couples.

Access

10 minutes walk from our hotel

Tsuyunoten Shrine (Ohatsu Tenjin Shrine)
Umeda Sky Building
The observation platform of the observatory is a bridge connecting two towers of the Umeda Sky Building, provides an unobstructed 360-degree view. While enjoying the breathtaking sights you can also directly feel the wind—which at 173 meters off the ground can get quite strong. There are 2 cinemas, an event hall and a conference room in the building. The basement houses the Takimi-Koji gourmet street with old fashioned images of Osaka from the 1920s.

Access

25 minutes walk from our hotel

Umeda Sky Building
Travel Around Osaka
Travel Around Osaka
Osaka Castle
Osaka Castle is one of the most famous castles in Japan. The construction of Osaka Castle started in 1583 on the former site of the Ishiyama Honganji by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Tokugawa troops attacked and destroyed the castle. Osaka Castle was rebuilt by Tokugawa Hidetada in the 1620s, but its main castle tower was struck by lightening in 1665 and burnt down. It was not until 1931 that the present ferro-concrete reconstruction of the castle tower was built. Major repair works gave the castle new glamor in 1997. From the 8th floor you can enjoy a spectacular view of Osaka.

Access

・Take Osaka Loop Line (outer loop) from JR Osaka Station, get off at Osakajou Park Station. (10 minutes)
・20 minutes walk from the station

Osaka Castle
Aqua Bus Aqua-Liner
Take the ”Aqua-Liner” and tour the ”Water Metropolis” from the river. Approximate 60 minutes strolling on water in the urban area from Osaka Castle to Nakanoshima. Excursions from 4 piers at intervals of one hour--Osakajo Pier, Hachikenyahama Pier, Yodoyabashi Pier, OAP Pier. It’s best for a full appreciation of the Osaka townscape which offers a different atmosphere in every season. There are also event boats according to the season, such as cherry blossom viewing in spring.

Access

・Take Osaka Loop Line (outer loop) from JR Osaka Station, get off at Osakajou Park Station. (10 minutes)
・3 minutes walk from the station (Osakajo Pier)

Aqua Bus Aqua-Liner
Osaka-Jo Hall
Osaka-Jo Hall is the largest hall in western Japan, consisting of an arena hall with a maximum capacity of 16,000 spectators and a gymnasium style hall with a capacity of 500, located within the lush green Osaka Castle Park approximately 500 meters northeast of the donjon. It was built in commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the construction of Osaka Castle. Its biggest feature is that it can provide a venue for a wide variety of events, including concerts, sporting events, exhibitions, ceremonies, and conventions.

Access

・Take Osaka Loop Line (outer loop) from JR Osaka Station, get off at Osakajou Park Station. (10 minutes)
・5 minutes walk from the station

Osaka-Jo Hall
Universal Studios Japan
The world's greatest theme park inspired by blockbuster Hollywood Movies. Exciting attractions, popular characters will take you to another world full of moving moments. Suspend reality and step into fantastical worlds portrayed on the silver screen, it’s suitable for adults and children, and provides hours of entertainment for the whole family.

Access

・Take Osaka Loop Line (inner loop) from JR Osaka Station, get off at Nishikujou Station.
・Transfer to JR Yumesaki Line, get off at Universal Studios Japan Station. (15 minutes)

Universal Studios Japan
Kyocera Dome Osaka
Kyocera Dome Osaka is not only the franchise stadium of the Orix Buffaloes, but also a multi-purpose dome for events, concerts and sports. The Sky Hall on the 9th floor can be used for all kinds of examination venues. The restaurants and shops on the 2nd floor open everyday.

Access

・Take Midosuji Line from Umeda Station, get off at Shinsaibashi Station.
・Transfer to Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line, get off at Do-mumaechiyozaki Station. (25 minutes)

Kyocera Dome Osaka
Koshien Stadium
Koshien Stadium is famous throughout Japan not only as the mecca for the Senior High School Baseball Championship but also the home of the Hanshin Tigers. The name Kōshien comes from the Sexagenary cycle system. The year of the stadium's founding, 1924, was the first year kōshi in the cycle. The “Ginsan” roof and the scoreboard is the symbol of Koshien. It’s the dream place for baseball players as well as their fans.

Access

Take Hanshin Railway from Umeda Station, get off at Koushien Station. (18 minutes)

Koshien Stadium
Dotombori
Colorful neon, such as Glico, Kani Douraku, signs and flash signboards enliven the area, showing that the district still represents the passion of Osakans. Dotombori is a symbol of the Minami Area and a mecca for the kuidaore food culture of Osaka. Dozens of restaurants line the Dotombori- gawa River, and large famous billboards draw diners’ attention.

Access

Take Midosuji Line from Umeda Station, get off at Namba Station. (10 minutes)

Dotombori
Namba Grand Kagetsu
Namba Grand Kagetsu (NGK ) Theater is the headquarters of Yoshimoto, a universal brand of Japanese comedy. It provides audiences with heartfelt laughter and good times. Here you can see Vaudeville-like comedy performances such as Shin-Kigeki, Manzai and Rakugo almost every day. The stage called “base yoshimoto”, on the basement of the opposite building, is the first step for Yoshimoto actors to become successful.

Access

Take Midosuji Line from Umeda Station, get off at Namba Station. (10 minutes)

Namba Grand Kagetsu
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan
The Kaiyukan is one of the largest aquariums in the world, housing 14 tanks that recreate 10 ocean regions from around the Pacific Rim. The facility's central Pacific Ocean Tank is home to a pair of whale sharks, the biggest fish in the world, while the entire aquarium houses a total of 30,000 marine animals of 580 species. The walk through aquarium displays marine life in several habitats. This is like no other aquarium anywhere, and it’s a magnetic attraction for both children and adults.

Access

・Take Midosuji Line from Umeda Station, get off at Honmachi Station.
・Transfer to Chuo Line, get off at Oosakakou Station. (25 minutes)
・10 minutes walk from the station.

Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan
Tempozan Harbor Village
The Tempozan Ferris Wheel is the largest wheel of the world, has a height of 112.5 meters. It offers a view of Osaka Bay and surrounding areas, Mount Ikoma to the east, Akashi Kaikyō Bridge to the west, Kansai International Airport to the south, and Rokko Mountains to the north. It is located just next to the Tempozan Marketplace and Osaka Aquarium. You can spend a whole day to enjoy the beautiful view of the sea.

Access

・Take Midosuji Line from Umeda Station, get off at Honmachi Station.
・Transfer to Chuo Line, get off at Oosakakou Station. (25 minutes)
・8 minutes walk from the station.

Tempozan Harbor Village
Tsutenkaku Tower
Tsutenkaku is the well-known landmark of the Shinsekai district and registered as a tangible cultural property in Japan. On the fifth floor observation deck is enshrined Billiken, the God of Happiness. It is believed that if you rub the soles of his feet your wishes come true. The tower is also famous for its neon lights, which provide a weather forecast for the next day. White lights indicate a sunny day, orange lights a cloudy day, blue lights rain and pink lights snow.

Access

・Take Midosuji Line from Umeda Station, get off at Doubutsuenmae Station. (15 minutes)
・5 minutes walk from the station.

Tsutenkaku Tower
Tennoji Zoo
Opened in 1915, Tennoji Zoo has a long history as the third oldest zoo in Japan. Today it is home to some 912 animals of 230 species. To promote better understanding of animals’ natural habitats and their relationship with natural environment, the zoo opened the hippopotamus house, where the underwater behavior of these animals can be observed for the first time in Japan. Also the only kiwi bird in Japan can be observed (flightless birds endemic to New Zealand).

Access

・Take Midosuji Line from Umeda Station, get off at Doubutsuenmae Station. (15 minutes)
・5 minutes walk from the station.

Tennoji Zoo
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