We picked this hotel because of location and rate. It was a 10 minute walk to my wife's conference and 10 minutes to the train station. At the train station there were numerous food shops in something I call Ramen Alley. You can get noodles, rice dishes, yaki, and bakery items.
The hotel is small and clean. The entrance is barely more than a store front. There is a small restaurant but we didn't try it out even though breakfast was included. The lobby consists of front desk, a few pc's, some seating, a few vending machines and a smoking cubicle.
The room was small but sufficient and comfortable. A double bed with one entrance, the other side was against the wall. A narrow passage between the bed and the wall. The bathroom was small but Japanese designers are amazing at making the best use of space available.
It was my first trip to Japan (I don't count sleeping on the floor of a gym at the air base) so I was more interested in exploring and experiencing than in the hotel. The hotel offer a good, clean, safe place to sleep and clean up. It's location was close to transportation, eating, shopping, and my wife's conference.
We were both satisfied and would stay there again if the opportunity to travel to Osaka arises again.More
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