Osaka is Japan’s third largest and second most significant city and the forthright prim propriety of Kyoto. Formerly known as Naniwa, Japan’s once capital city, the first one ever known. With a population of 2.5 million, this long time capital of commerce is filled with humble citizens speaking interesting Kansai-ben and neon-clad streetscapes bursting with over-the-top 3D signage.
Dining options are limitless as the city of Osaka is famous for good food. Osaka hotels are conveniently located near a plethora of eateries ranging from the most authentic to a selection of ever-popular okonomiyaki or savoury pancakes to conveyor-belt sushi delicacies. Guests in one of our accommodations in Osaka can explore the pretty riversides, pachinko parlours and some of the most energetic shopping districts in the Land of the Rising Sun.
Visitors in our hotels in Osaka can also enjoy the sightseeing highlights include the Shitennōji Temple that conveys the architectural style of 6th-7th century to present. The Sumiyoshi Shrine that is unusual amongst Japan’s shrines, Osaka Castle, the Blade Runner-style night time scenery of the Dotombori area and the peaceful Open-Air Museum of Old Japanese Farmhouses. No visit to Osaka would suffice without trying their local breweries, nightlife scenes and witnessing the bustling street life in its arcades, markets and byways.