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Namba Oriental Hotel - Osaka Hotels

Namba Oriental Hotel

2-8-17, Sennichi-Mae, Osaka - Map
4.2 out of 5 (705 reviews)
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2 Chome-17-13 Shimanouchi, Osaka - Map
Dormy Inn Shinsaibashi - Osaka Hotels

Dormy Inn Shinsaibashi

2-17-3 Nishishinsaibashi, Osaka - Map
3.9 out of 5 (828 reviews)
The conveniently located hotel Dormy Inn Shinsaibashi, lies in Osaka's Shinsaibashi shopping area and offers a superb …More
Dormy Inn Premium Namba - Osaka Hotels

Dormy Inn Premium Namba

2-14-23 Shimanouchi Chuo-ku, Osaka - Map
"Hot spring onsite in hotel"
Staff were courteous and helpful. Speaks good English. Loved the hot spring/onsen. Great for relaxing after a day of walking. Free ramen at night was thoughtful. It was close to shopping and dining. Dotonbori within a few minutes of walking. Will definitely stay here again.
A Traveller
APA Hotel Namba-Shinsaibashi - Osaka Hotels

APA Hotel Namba-Shinsaibashi

2-7-11, Nishi-Shinsaibashi, Osaka - Map
3.9 out of 5 (531 reviews)
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Yotsubashi - Osaka Hotels

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Yotsubashi

1-10-12 Shinmachi, Osaka - Map
"Well located business hotel"
Relatively spacious, comfortable, clean and close to the subway and Namba area
A Traveller
Chisun Inn Osaka Hommachi - Osaka Hotels

Chisun Inn Osaka Hommachi

2-3-8 Bakuro-machi, Osaka - Map
3.9 out of 5 (881 reviews)
Hotel Shinsaibashi Lions Rock - Osaka Hotels

Hotel Shinsaibashi Lions Rock

2-18-10, Nishishinsaibashi, Osaka - Map
3.4 out of 5 (634 reviews)
Hotel Sunroute Osaka Namba - Osaka Hotels

Hotel Sunroute Osaka Namba

1-1-13 Nipponbashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka - Map
Grampus Inn Osaka - Osaka Hotels

Grampus Inn Osaka

1-13-18 Nambanaka, Naniwa-ku, Osaka - Map
3.5 out of 5 (275 reviews)

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    This area contains the covered shopping arcade Jan Jan Yokocho, named after the “jan jan” sound of the stringed instruments waitresses traditionally played to attract customers to their restaurants. Originally frequented by blue-collar workers during the 1950s, it remains a destination for down-to-earth nostalgic dining. Also nearby is Tsutenkaku Tower. Considered by residents to be the symbol of modern Osaka, the tower’s observation platform offers city views from 91 meters above the street.