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My train arrived at Shin-Osaka and with a transfer to the subway and a change at Hommachi I was there quite quickly. Like so many places reception is on the 2nd floor, it's efficient and friendly. I was on the tenth, so were the steel...More
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Response from 木村晃二, マネージャー at Chisun Inn Osaka HommachiResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for staying with us. We are glad to read your review, and so sorry for inconvenience as to the construction. Still our breakfast needs 800yen per person per day, it is going to be renewed so we hope you will kindly visit us...More
This hotel is in a good location, about a 15 minute walk from the Dotonbori and a few minutes from the subway. The hotel itself is clean but very tired looking, there were stains on the carpet and a bit of mould in the bathroom...More
Typical Japanese budget hotel: small size room but very clean and with all room's & bathroom's amenities you may need. Good room's rate especially considering the hotel's location: very close to train station, 15 minutes by foot far from Dotonbori district and surrounded by restaurants...More
The hotel is fairly conveniently located, about a 15 minute walk from the phenomenal Dotonbori which meant we could go there whenever we wanted to but were not disturbed by the bright lights and business when we needed to rest. Not far from the stations...More
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Response from ChisunInn_大阪ほんまち, receptionist at Chisun Inn Osaka HommachiResponded 28 May 2017
Thank you for choosing our hotel.
We are really happy to hear that you enjoyed staying in our hotel.
We hope to see you again when you come back to this fantastic city.
This was our first experience with Japan and it was wonderful. The staff were so friendly and helpful. While the rooms/bathrooms are rather small, they were enough for a place to sleep! Super handy to Shinsaibashi and Sakaisuji stations and walking distance to the Dotonbori...More
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Response from ChisunInn_大阪ほんまち, フロント オフィス マネージャー at Chisun Inn Osaka HommachiResponded 5 February 2017
Thank you for your staying our hotel.
We are happy to here that .
When you will come to Osaka someday , please contact us again.
We are looking forward to seeing you soon.
US$46 - US$124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello! You can take the OCAT bus to Namba. The OCAT bus station is located outside in terminal 1, ground floor. You can't miss it because all the buses are there. The bus fare is 1000 Yen. They take cash only so be prepared... More
Hello! You can take the OCAT bus to Namba. The OCAT bus station is located outside in terminal 1, ground floor. You can't miss it because all the buses are there. The bus fare is 1000 Yen. They take cash only so be prepared to have changes. ( I was so embarrassed because I was tried to shove my credit card in one of the slot and the bus attention came to stop me LOL) Once you arrived at Namba, you can take a taxi (easy, comfortable way, and cost another 1000 Yen). Or if you prefer, you can take the electric cable car OCAT. Be careful, not the JR. Take the red line (Midosuji Line) from Namba to Shinsaibashi and then transfer for the green line to Nagahoribashi. Take exit 2B. Once you get on the ground level, take a left, walk down to three blocks and then take another left. You should see a bank, a 7-eleven across the street, and a 24 hours beef rice place, then a coffee shop. If you don't see any of these, you are definitely in the wrong direction.
For Kobe and Nara, you will have to take the JR train. I haven't get a chance to go to those two places yet but I am sure I can find out.
I hope I am not confusing you. Feel free to email me if you have any other question.