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Best Western Osaka Tsukamoto is a brand new international hotel located in the heart of Japan’s second largest city.
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Nestled in downtown Osaka, this modern midscale hotel is just two minutes’ walk from JR Tsukamoto Station, which provides direct links to the Japanese cultural capital Kyoto, and two stops away from Shin Osaka Station, where guests can catch the Shinkansen bullet train to Tokyo.
Guests can look forward to receiving the timeless hospitality of the Best Western brand, which is enjoyed by millions of guests across the world. All 105 rooms are comfortable, functional and come equipped with the latest high-tech amenities, including flat-screen TVs with cable channels, international power outlets and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi.
The hotel’s excellent location and exceptional service standards make Best Western Osaka Tsukamoto the perfect option for all types of traveler to this dynamic global city.
Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access
Business center, complimentary, 24 hours
Computer modem hookups
Photocopy, nominal fee
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
High-speed Internet access
Color television, CNN or other 24 hour news station, remote control
2 kilometer(s) from Nissin Food Co.,Ltd, Established in 1948, Nissin Foods is now one of the country’s largest food producers. The company is famous for having introduced instant noodles to Japan in 1958, with its Chikin Ramen products. In 1970 the company established a US subsidiary, Nissin Foods, and introduced Top Ramen into the country. It then invented cup noodles in 1971.
3 kilometer(s) from Bayer Yakuhin,Ltd, Bayer Yakuhin develops pharmaceutical, consumer care, animal health and biological products. Based in Osaka, it is a subsidiary of Bayer Holding, the German pharmaceutical giant which dates back more than 150 years. The company now operates a fully-fledged business in Japan through various production sites and R&D centers.
7 kilometer(s) from Universal Studios Japan, Universal Studios Japan was the first Universal Studios theme park to be built in Asia. Opened in 2001 in the Osaka Bay area, it covers 39 hectares and is the second most visited amusement park in Japan, after Tokyo Disney Resort. It features eight movie industry-themed sections, including a new Harry Potter zone, with a range of rides, roller-coasters and simulators based on popular movies such as Spiderman, Back to the Future and Jurassic Park.
7 kilometer(s) from Osaka Castle, The construction of Osaka Castle started in 1583 on the former site of the Ishiyama Honganji Temple. It was intended to become the center of a new, unified Japan under Toyotomi rule, and was the largest castle of its time. Surrounded by secondary citadels, gates, turrets, impressive stone walls and moats, the castle also features the spectacular Nishinomaru Garden, which contains 600 cherry trees, a tea house and the former Osaka Guesthouse.
10 kilometer(s) from Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, One of Japan’s most popular aquariums, Kaiyukan is located in the Tempozan Harbor Village area of Osaka Bay. It allows visitors to view a wide variety of marine life indigenous to the Pacific Rim, including sharks, rays, seals, otters and a huge collection of fish. Each of the aquarium’s 15 display tanks represents a specific habitat of the Pacific Rim. The central tank, representing the Pacific Ocean, is even home to a whale shark.
Aletta, on premises, Buffet, American, Open for: breakfast,
50 kilometer(s) from Kyoto, Home to 2,000 temples and shrines and 17 UNESCO World Heritage sites, Kyoto is truly the cultural heart of Japan. Having served as Japan’s capital city and the emperor’s residence.
3 kilometer(s) from Umeda, The Kita district of Osaka, also known as Umeda, is one of the city’s two main downtown districts. Set around a large railway complex that comprises Osaka and Umeda stations. Kita is Osaka’s busiest transportation hub and a bustling business district. It also offers an abundance of shopping, dining and entertainment options, including several department stores and an expansive network of underground shopping malls.