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With thrilling amusement arcades, underground bars, neon billboards and second-hand shopping, this dynamic district never ceases to surprise.
Experience a shopper’s paradise and symbol of downtown Osaka as you explore the bustling arcade where brightly colored storefronts display the latest fashion trends.
Experience the colorful neon heart of Osaka along this canal, where travelers, couples and entertainment seekers throng the streets.
This Osaka neighborhood, with a name that translates to New World, is a historic entertainment district with cultural, shopping and gastronomic attractions.
Osaka, Japan, is a vast, busy, and stylish city that fearlessly strides into the future even as it takes fierce pride in its samurai past. The city is divided into many different districts, each with its own attractions, amazing restaurants, and vibrant nightlife. Some of Osaka’s best attractions include Osaka Castle, the Osaka Museum of History, Sumiyoshi Shrine, and Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan. Osaka also loves to party, so once you’re done shopping in Shinsaibashi, the city’s famed shopping district, head over to Kitashinchi, an area of town filled with nightclubs, classy bars, and stylish restaurants.
Osaka is a big city, so you have plenty of Osaka accommodation to choose from. In particular, 5- star hotels in Osaka are legendary for their taste and luxury. If you are visiting Osaka on a budget, choose from one of our many mid-range hotels that will keep you comfortable, without draining your wallet.
International travellers are likely to fly in to Kansai International Airport (ITM), which offers two railway connections into Osaka. You can also grab a train to Osaka from any main Japanese city. Once in Osaka, travel like a local on the subway and trains. If you feel brave enough to take on Osaka’s roads (many of which aren’t signed), reserve an Osaka car hire with us ahead of time.
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