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near train station and subway. atmosphere and staff are great
It is a very nice play. It is a shame that noises from other rooms cannot be avoided, but that is a little bit the idea to stay in a traditional japanese house where the walls are very thin.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
Very nice, quaint, traditional little guest house. Easy check in. A bit far from Osaka Central. Need to change a few trains to get from Shin Osaka->Osaka->Tennoji->Bisoen. But Bisoen station is just a 5 min walk. Lawsons close by. They made me feel welcome. Staff spoke enough English. Even though the place was open last at night, it was very quiet. I stayed in the 4 bed male dorm. No hassles at all. Good company. Clean bathroom and toilet. Only issue was there was only 1 so I had to wait.
This was a very nice and clean hostel. It's easy to get to from Osaka airport on the train, and is only a few minutes walk from the station. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful and added a nice touch to the hostel.
Very traditional guest house, with a tatami common room and garden. Clean and confortable, nearby station is jr, 1 stop away from Osaka loop line. About a 30 minute walk from Shinsekai. Very much a house, so expect some children and noise, but otherwise very comfortable.
Very friendly setting, with a nice common area where all the guests mingle and drink and have fun chatting. Highly recommended for all travelers, both foreign and domestic to Japan.
Clean room,friendly staff,nice atmosphere,good kitchen with coffee and Japanese tea,beautiful garden,and Japanese traditional style house...I'm Japanese woman.I still like like this traditional house.
This is one of the prettiest guesthouses I ever stayed in. There is a cute little garden in a courtyard. The tatami rooms are very big with folding screens giving you privacy. For me this was an affordable option to stay in a traditional Japanese house. The staff is very friendly and helpful, always up for a chat. I wish I could have stayed more than one night!