AttractionsNearby Sightseeing Spots
The direct connection to Bentencho Station on the JR Osaka Loop Line and the Osaka Metro Chuo Line provides convenient access to the major tourist spots in Osaka’s bay area. There’s a shuttle bus to Universal Studios Japan and a bike-share system called “Hello Cycling” to making getting around that much easier!
You can also directly access other main tourists spots in Osaka, such as Osaka Castle and Tsutenkaku Tower. Please take advantage of the hotel’s excellent location as a convenient base for many of Osaka’s attractions, from the city’s downtown to the bay area.
Kyocera Dome Osaka is not just for pro baseball but also hosts concerts and all kinds of entertainment events—it’s truly the heart of Osaka’s sports and amusement world!Website
On footAbout 25 minutes
By trainAbout 18 minutes, from ¥120
By taxiAbout 9 minutes, from ¥800
3-2-1 Chiyozaki, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi,Osaka 550-0023View more...
Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium, located in Yahataya Park, is a well-loved spot that hosts a variety of sports and other entertainments.Website
By trainAbout 3 minutes, from ¥180
By taxiAbout 7 minutes, from ¥900
3-1-40 Tanaka, Minato-ku, Osaka 552-0005View more...
Welcoming you to another world, a world full of emotion, is this theme park with a wide variety of different areas. With rides and performances inspired by the biggest Hollywood blockbusters, as well as seasonal events, USJ is the pinnacle of fun and excitement for adults and kids!Website
By free shuttle busAbout 17 minutes, ¥0
By trainAbout 7 minutes, from ¥160
By taxiAbout 15 minutes, from ¥1,700
2-1-33 Sakurajima, Konohana Ward, Osaka, 554-0031View more...
One of the largest aquariums in the world. Kaiyukan boasts 15 massive water tanks and is home to some 620 different species of creatures from all around the Pacific.Website
By trainAbout 5 minutes, from ¥230
By taxiAbout 11 minutes, from ¥1,400
1-1-10 Kaigandori, Minato-ku,Osaka-shi,Osaka 552-0022View more...
Amerikamura, located in western Shinsaibashi in the center of Osaka, is a thriving hotspot of youth culture, and is also known for its many venues catering to, and often operated by, western ex-pats. It began in the 1970s when jeans and secondhand clothing imported from the west coast of the United States started being sold here, and so the name “Amerika-mura” (“America Village”) stuck.Website
By trainAbout 27 minutes, from ¥230
By taxiAbout 18 minutes, from ¥1,900
Nishi Shinsaibashi,Chuo-ku,Osaka-shi,Osaka 542-0086View more...
Famous for the “Glico sign” that has been the backdrop of countless photos! The main street of Osaka South, befitting the “gourmet capital of Japan.” Enjoy crab at Kani Doraku Dotonbori Honten or pufferfish at Zuboraya, or try any of Osaka’s famous cuisines such as takoyaki and okonomiyaki!Website
By trainAbout 24 minutes, from ¥230
By taxiAbout 20 minutes, from ¥2,000
1-10 Dotonbori, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi,Osaka 542-0071View more...
Tsutenkaku Tower’s name literally means “tower reaching to heaven,” and it is one of the best-known symbols of Osaka Prefecture. It is especially lovely when viewed from outside at night, as it is lit up with a gorgeous illumination. The 5th-level observation deck grants an amazing view of the whole cityscape of Osaka.Website
By trainAbout 25 minutes, from ¥160
By taxiAbout 20 minutes, from ¥2,000
1-18-6 Ebisu Higashi, Naniwa-ku,Osaka-shi,Osaka 556-0002View more...
Osaka Castle was constructed in the late 16th century, when Japan was in a period of dramatic political strife and occasionally even civil war. The castle is one of the most iconic historical buildings in the region.Website
By trainAbout 34 minutes, from ¥230
By taxiAbout 23 minutes, from ¥2,500
1-1 Osakajo, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 540-0002View more...