Nihonbashi Station and Nagahori Station
are the nearest station to KURAMOTO.
It takes only 6 minutes walk from there to KURAMOTO.
2-11-7 Shimanouchi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, 542-0082 Osaka
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How to get to KURAMOTO
Take a bus and get off at Namba Sta. (30 min.) and change to subway "Sennichi Line(pink line). Get off at Nihonbashi Sta.
Take Nankai Electric Railway and get off at Namba Sta(30 min.) and transfer to Subway Sennichi Line(pink line) and get off at Nihonbashi Sta.
Walk to Subway Sta. "Umeda". It takes just 2 minutes. Then get on Subway" Midousuji Line(Red line)" and get off at Namba Sta., and change to Sennichi Line(Pink Line). Get off at Nihonbashi Sta.
Take subway Midosuji Line(Red line) and get off at Namba Sta. Transfer to Sennichi Line(Pink Line) and get off at Nihonbashi Sta.
To KURAMOTO from Nearest Sta.
Go out of Exit No. 6. Walk along the big street named "Sakaisuji "heading for Dotonbori River. Across the river, and walk straight the same street. After passing 1block(before passing NTT telecommunication), turn right and pass 2 blocks and turn left. Along the street, there is KURAMOTO .(6 minutes Walk)
Go out of Exit No. 6. Walk along the big street named"Sakaisuji"heading for Dotonbori River and pass 3 blocks.Then turn left and walk along the street. When passing 2 blocks, turn right. Along the street, there is KURAMOTO.
Dotonbori is the nearest exit for express/high way.
Note:The duration mentioned above are just example. So please understand that the duration differs depending on the condition, Thank you
Nihonbashi Station and Nagahori Station are thenearest station to KURAMOTO.
It takes only 5 minutes walk from there to KURAMOTO.
Attractions in Osaka
Osaka-jo Castle was founded by the Sho-gun Toyotomi Hideyoshi and has become a landmark and tourist symbol of Osaka, situated in the city center. The area surrounding of the Osaka-jo Castle is a large park including a Japanese garden, a history museum, and a music hall.
- Total travel time: Approx. 20min.
* Hotel KURAMOTO - [ By walking ] - Nagahoribashi Sta.(N16) - [ Nagahori_tsurumi_ryokuchi Line 7min. ] - Morinomiya Sta.(N20) - [ By walking ] - Osaka_jo Castle
One of the most popular and well known shrines in Osaka. The people of Osaka have a pet name for this shrine, as they call this shrine by its nickname "Sumiyossan" This shrine has many historical buildings in the Japanese traditional style, and during the New Years season, many people come to pray at Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine from all over Japan.
(Only in Japanese language) -Total travel time:Approx.25min.
* Hotel KURAMOTO - [ By walking ] - Nipponbashi Sta.(K17) - [ Sakaisuji Line 7min. ] - Tengachaya Sta.(K20) - [ Nankai Honsen Line 4min. ] - Sumiyoshi_taisha Sta. - [ By walking ] - Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine
Kokuritsu Bunraku Gekijo is a special theater that only presents the traditional Japanese plays; Ningyo-Joruri (a puppet show in Kabuki style) and Nou (Silent Play with masks).
-Total travel time: Approx.5min.
* Hotel KURAMOTO - [ By walking ] - Kokuritsu Bunraku Gekijo
This is a Japanese version of Universal Studios, the popular amusement park in US. You can enjoy the same attractions as those at the Universal Studios, USA. USJ is one of the most popular amusement parks in Japan, and many people come from many foreign countries in Asia come to visit USJ.
-Total travel time: Approx.45min.
* Hotel KURAMOTO - [ By walking ] - Nagahoribashi Sta.(N16) - [ Nagahori_tsurumi_ryokuchi Line 8min. ] - Taisho Sta.(N11) - [ JR Osaka Kanjo Line 4min. ] - Nishikujo Sta. - [ JR Yumesaki Line 4 min.] - Universal Studios Sta. - [ By walking ] - USJ