My place is a legal accommodation that got approval from Osaka city. You can stay at ease.
Located 6min walk from Shin Osaka Station East Exit.
Renovated the old collective house, built in the early Showa era.
Ideal for those who want to experience traditional Japanese lifestyle with tatami and futon.
There are 2 rooms and accommodate guests up to 4 people.
(+ Hawk on pine tree)
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This room is named after the classic motive of Japanese paintings, the Hawks on pine tree.
I decorated room with antique ornaments that I have collected as my preference. I think that people who love arts will like staying here.
Shin-Osaka is a good location for access .
JR Shinkansen , Local lines , subway Midosuji Line, highway bus, you have plenty of public transportation.
[To Kansai Airport]
JR limited express Haruka about 50 minutes
JR Shinkansen 13 minutes
JR Local express line 42 minutes
JR Shinkansen 13 minutes
JR Local express line 29 minutes
JR limited express Kuroshio 45 minutes
4 minutes JR Local Line
6 minutes subway Midosuji Line
[To Shinsaibashi (Dohtonbori)]
14 minutes subway Midosuji Line
[To Universal Studio Japan]
about 30 minutes JR Local Line
Shin Osaka >>> Osaka >>> Nishikujyo >>> Universal city
Tilgang for gjester
Please use all of consumables in order to comfort your stay freely.
Interaksjon med Gjester
My home is located in the distance of 10 minutes by bicycle from your place.
Something troubled or need consultation, please contact me anytime.
Andre ting å merke seg
The map of Airbnb does not display the exact place.
This room is close to the local train rail, you will hear the sound of the train until late.
Japanese old house is made of woods and papers. And the wall is very thin. so, you might hear the other residents in the building.
1) Check-in 14:00 Check-out 11:00
2) This room is for people who like that quietly spend.
The old house's wall is very thin, please observe the manners.
3) No Smoking (There is outdoor smoking area)
4) You can use the kitchen, without oil, fried cook, because ventilation is poor.
5) I may not accepted your request, but please do not offend.
[I'm sorry, I can't respond to inquiries other than English and Japanese.]
I am a graphic designer of Japan.
I love arts and traditional culture of Japan, the kabuki, bunraku, tea ceremony, ikebana, kimono...etc.
I challenged an around-the-world tour in 20 generations, visited 38 countries.
Look forward to meeting trip enthusiasts!