Sightseeing Spots Around Osaka Hana Hostel


The nearest station is Shinsaibashi which is 2 minute walk from the hostel.

  • America Mura
    America Mura
    Since the 1970s, America-Mura (America Village) has been a center of youth culture in Osaka. The streets are crammed with used clothing stores, miscellaneous goods shops, cafes, galleries and more.
    2min walk
  • Orange Street
    Orange Street
    Once you enter the large gates that read Tachibana or“Orange Street”you will see that there is no doubt that Osaka's most talented creatives and designers have set up shop here.
    5min walk
  • Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade
    Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade
    Shinsaibashi is one of the most popular areas to visit in Osaka, with countless stores from high end brands to the familiar high street stores.
    5min walk
  • Dōtombori (Ebisu Bridge)
    Dōtombori (Ebisu Bridge)
    Dotombori is a symbol of the Minami Area and a mecca for "the kuidaore" food culture of Osaka. Dozens of restaurants line the Dotomborigawa River.
    9min walk
  • Namba Hatch
    Namba Hatch
    Namba Hatch is a club presenting various genres of live music, such as rock, jazz, soul and hiphop.
    10min walk
  • Hozenji Yokocho
    Hozenji Yokocho
    The narrow, stone-paved atmospheric alley feels like the old days of Osaka. There are about 60 small izakaya, bars and eateries.
    12min walk
  • Kuromon Market
    Kuromon Market
    Nicknamed“Osaka's kitchen”because both local homeowners and restaurant chefs get their supplies here, the market is famous for its fresh seafood and has recently become a popular tourist spot.
    19min walk, or take subway at Shinsaibashi Sta. and get off at Nihonbashi Sta. (8min ride)
  • Tsutenkaku (Shinsekai)
    Tsutenkaku (Shinsekai)
    Tsutenkaku is a symbol of Osaka that has appeared in many movies. It was built in 1912 as the symbol of Shin-Sekai (a new world). Another noted attraction is kushikatsu, one of Osaka's best known specialties.
    Take subway at Shinsaibashi Sta. and get off at Ebisucho Sta. (4min ride), and then 3min walk
  • Kyocera Dome Osaka
    Kyocera Dome Osaka
    It is not only the franchise stadium of the Orix Buffaloes (baseball team), but also a multi-purpose dome for events, concerts and sports.
    Take subway at Shinsaibashi Sta. and get off at Dome-mae Chiyozaki (5min ride)
  • Osaka Castle
    Osaka Castle
    Known as Osaka's Symbol. It's a history museum and about Hideyoshi Toyotomi, the age of provincial wars. It affords a panoramic view of Osaka City and keep illuminated at night.
    Take subway at Shinsaibashi Sta. and get off at Osaka Business Park (10min ride)
  • Universal Studios Japan
    Universal Studios Japan
    The park has a great variety of attractions and entertainments which include hair-raising roller coaster rides, child friendly merry-go-rounds, monster rock shows, and colorful parades.
    Take subway at Shinsaibashi Sta. and get off at Umeda Sta.. Walk to Osaka Sta. and take JR train to Universal City Sta. (30min in total)

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