Best Western Hotels & Resorts welcomes you to Osaka, the second largest city in Japan and the center of the Kansai region. Located in the heart of the city’s Chuo-ku ward, just one minute’s walk from Kitahama Station, Best Western Plus Hotel Fino Osaka Kitahama keeps guests fully connected throughout their stay. Travelers can access the entire city and beyond via the Osaka Subway and Keihan Main Line, or simply unwind in our comfortable rooms, all of which come fully equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi. An onsite restaurant is available and guests will benefit from Best Western’s legendary service. We look forward to hosting you in Osaka.
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Pets not accepted
Hotel location and the surrounding area
100 % smoke-free hotel
Weight lifting equipment
24-hour front desk
Multilingual staff, English, Japanese
Foreign currency exchange
Express check out
Safe deposit box
Cable or satellite television
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 24 hours, complimentary
Photocopy, nominal fee
Physically challenged facilities
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Parking for the physically challenged 2,000 yen per night fee
Garage parking 2,000 yen per night fee
Paid parking, 2000 JPY fee
Cable satellite television CNN or other 24 hour news station, remote control
AM/FM alarm clock
AM/FM radio stereo
Desk/work area electrical outlet at desk
High-speed Internet access
Rooms for the Physically Challenged: 1
Physically challenged rooms/facilities available
Bathtub seat available
Wheelchair accessible available
Raised toilet with grab bars available
Safety bar in shower available
Walk-in shower available
2 kilometer(s) from Suntory, Japan’s leading whiskey company, Suntory was founded in Osaka in 1899, initially selling imported wines. In the 1920s, the company built the first malt whisky distillery in Japan, Yamazaki Distillery, and production began in 1924. It now offers a wide range of alcoholic beverages, including beer, brandy and bourbon.
8 kilometer(s) from Panasonic, Headquartered in Osaka, Panasonic is one of the world’s leading electronics companies. Operating under the slogan “A Better Life, A Better World,” this leading multinational company employs approximately 275,000 people in four key sectors: consumer electronics, housing, automotive and B2B.
4.5 kilometer(s) from Tsutenkaku Tower, Tsutenkaku Tower is a 100-meter-high steel structure in the Shinsekai neighborhood of Osaka, which stands as a symbol of the city’s progress and innovation. Guests can see exhibits and artifacts showing the history of the area, and enjoy spectacular city views from the top.
2 kilometer(s) from Osaka Castle, Dating back to the 16th Century, Osaka Castle was originally intended to become the center of a new, unified Japan under Toyotomi rule. It has been destroyed and rebuilt over the years, but remains a symbol of the city. It houses an informative museum about the castle’s history.
8 kilometer(s) from Universal Studios Japan, Universal Studios Japan was Asia’s first Universal Studios theme park. Opened in 2001, it is now the second most visited amusement park in Japan, after Tokyo Disney Resort. It features eight movie-themed areas, including a Harry Potter zone, plus a range of rides, roller-coasters and simulators.
9 kilometer(s) from Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, One of Japan’s most popular aquariums, Kaiyukan allows visitors to view a variety of marine life indigenous to the Pacific Ocean, 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.
5 kilometer(s) from Abeno Harukas, Abeno Harukas is a new 300-meter-high skyscraper in Osaka. The complex features a range of facilities and attractions, including a department store, the Abeno Harukas Art Museum and the Harukas300 observatory - a three-story atrium and 360° glass observation deck on the 58th to 60th floors.
6 kilometer(s) from The Glico Running Man, The Glico Running Man is one of the best known landmarks in Osaka. This huge, brightly lit sign has shined over the Dotombori Canal in Osaka’s main shopping and entertainment district for more than 80 years. Dating back to 1935, the sign has been upgraded several times over the years
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40 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.
30 kilometer(s) from Nara, Established in the year 710, Nara (then known as Heijo) was Japan’s first permanent capital city. Located less than one hour from Kyoto and Osaka, this ancient city remains historical treasures.
30 kilometer(s) from Kobe, Kobe is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and one of Japan’s ten largest cities. Located between the sea and the Rokko mountain range, this port is considered one of Japan’s most attractive cities.
8 kilometer(s) from Osaka Bay Cruise, The Santa Maria is a sightseeing ship that takes guests on cruises of the most famous sights in Osaka Bay. Departing every hour from Tempozan Harbor Village and Kaiyukan West Wharf, the boat is a recreation of the vessel Columbus sailed to the Americas. The regular cruises are 45 minutes long and special 60-minute twilight cruises are also available. The entire boat can be hired for night cruises, perfect for social gatherings, group excursions and parties.
3 kilometer(s) from Water Bus Tour, The Suijo Bus Aqua-Liner sightseeing boat lets visitors explore Osaka from the water. With large windows and transparent ceilings, this spacious water bus cruises up and down the Osaka River, past major sights such as Osaka Castle, Nakanoshima and Central Hall, as well as passing under the historic Tenjinbashi Bridge, Temmabashi Bridge and Ginbashi Bridge. Boats depart from each of the four piers every hour.
3 kilometer(s) from Shinsaibashi, Shinsaibashi-Suji is the best-known retail area in Osaka and an enduring symbol of the city. With a history of 380 years, it has been established as a shopping street since the Edo Period. A wide range of shops, boutiques and restaurants can be found along the main street or in the 600-meter-long undercover arcade.
1 kilometer(s) from Keihan City Mall, Keihan City Mall is shopping mall with direct pedestrian access from Temmabashi Station on the Keihan Electric Railway line. It contains a range of shops, including grocers, large electronics retailers, 100-yen shops, brand name outlets, drug stores, bookstores, games arcades, restaurants and more.
1.4 kilometer(s) from Dotonbori, The lively entertainment area of Dotonbori is Osaka’s most famous tourist destination. Renowned for its neon lights, bright signage and the wide variety of restaurants and bars, this area bustles with life. Running alongside Dotonbori Canal, the main Dotonbori Street is a must-visit location for all visitors to Osaka.
13 kilometer(s) from Osaka International Airport, Osaka International Airport (often referred to as Itami Airport) primarily supports domestic flights to and from Osaka and the wider Kansai region. It has two runways and handles major Japanese airlines such as JAL and ANA.
40 kilometer(s) from Kansai International Airport, Kansai International Airport is the main international airport serving Osaka and the Kansai region. Located on an artificial island in Osaka Bay, approximately 50km from downtown, the airport offers regular flights to major cities worldwide.
0.5 kilometer(s) from Kitahama Station
0.5 kilometer(s) from Kitahama (Osaka metoro) Station