Explore the Splendor and Entertainment of Osaka’s Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi

Anything on your shopping list can be found here!

Trivia: The first Glico sign was modeled after the King of Filipino Sprinters, Fortunato Catalon, along with other Japanese sprinters.

Osaka is the second largest metropolitan in Japan, and is popularly known as the Nation’s Kitchen because it has a wide variety of Japanese street food and the most number of Michelin-star restaurants across Japan. In fact, takoyaki, okonomiyaki, kushi-katsu, and many popular Japanese cheesecake brands are all from Osaka.

While it is a large city, an increasing number of investors, both foreign and local, are establishing their businesses in the Dotonbori-Shinsaibashi area. Anything on your shopping list can undoubtedly be found there. Whether you’re looking for clothing or cosmetics, they have local and imported, and luxury and affordable brands.

If you want to cap the night off with a bottle of Japanese beer or a cup of sake, there are many izakayas and pubs in the area where many locals go to to have their after-work drinks. Don’t be surprised if you don’t notice the time for the place is so lively, with many LED lights still shining brightly even in the wee hours of the night.

Where to stay
Dotonbori-Shinsaibashi is your one-stop-shop in Osaka, so you might want to choose accommodations that are accessible.

Karaksa Hotels Osaka Shinsaibashi I must be the right accommodation for you and your group. Aside from the fact that it’s accessible to Dotonbori-Shinsaibashi, the hotel itself is designed after the Go Hotels model. There are also 24-hour convenience stores, supermarkets, and restaurants in the vicinity of the hotel.

We have a diverse staff of foreign nationals ready to help guests in multiple languages.

Buffet breakfast (Japanese/Asian cuisine)
Free high-speed internet service (Wi-Fi) throughout the hotel
Variety of vending machines
Leisure space for relaxation and amusement
Smoking space (All rooms are non-smoking)
Safety deposit boxes at the front desk area
Prayer room for our Muslim guests
Daily fresh pajamas
Bath towels
Sanitized slippers
Basic but quality toiletries (body and face soap, shampoo and conditioner, toothbrush set, etc.)
Hot and cold shower
Hair dryer
Electronic bidet seats
Individual air-conditioning units
Latest flat screen TV with Asian channels such as The Filipino Channel
Universal sockets
USB charging ports

1-6-9 Bakuromachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 541-0059, Japan 
Contact: +81 6 6268 6602