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Osaka, a huge port city and business focus on the Japanese island of Honshu, is known for its modern structural engineering, riotous nightlife and generous roadside cafes and food.http://www.youcojapan.com/
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Osaka, a huge port city and business focus on the Japanese island of Honshu, is known for its modern structural engineering, riotous nightlife and generous roadside cafes and food. The sixteenth century shogunate Osaka Castle is its principle chronicled historic point, encompassed by a moat and park with plum, peach and cherry trees. With a population of 2.5 million, Osaka (大阪, Osaka) is Japan's third biggest and second most critical city. It has been the financial powerhouse of the Kansai locale for a long time. The vastest choice of eateries is in Osaka's principle regions, with the most concentration in the Umeda and Dōtonboriareas.Even in a country of over the top gourmands Osaka is known as a fantastic spot to eat, exemplified by the Osakan maxim kuidaore, "eat yourself into bankruptcy". Offering so much to its visitoras and locals, Osaka is also known for its hospitality. Out of the many famous hotels in Japan, Osaka has some of the very top notch. My visit to Osaka was a long one, long enough that I got the chance to stay in two of the best hotels in Osaka. Read ahead for my reviews.
Hotel Nikko Osaka Hotel Nikko Osaka is found exactly opposite Midosuji, the main road of Osaka and can be specifically accessed to from exit 8 of the Shinsaibashii Station serving both Osaka Municipal Subway Midosuji Line and Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line. Guest rooms on the Superior and Premium floors come standard with Simmons beds, duvet style sofas and air purifiers for an interior environment loaded with negative ions. Wi-Fi is free of charge in all visitor rooms. Choose from either a smorgasbord, offering an assortment of dishes or a Japanese breakfast prepared using unique soup stock while appreciating the perspective of lined ginkgo trees of Midosuji parkway sparkling in the morning sun. There is a prayer mat in every room and halal meal can be provided on request.
Sheraton MiyakoHotel An accommodation standing on the Uemachi Plateau, a mix of both history and society, Sheraton Miyako Hotel Osaka welcomes its visitors with open arms and a modern ambiance with a feeling of Japanese tranquility. The Airport Limousine Bus stops directly before the lodging. Furthermore, all visitor rooms are furnished with internet. Facilities for Muslims include Halal Shampoo, Halal Treatment, Halal Body Soap and Prayer Clothes for women. There is a prayer mat in every room and Quran is also available. Sheraton Miyako has also recently started offering Halal certified menu especially for Muslim visitors and guests, looking at the increasing numbers of Muslim travellersin Japan. I would say this hotel has by far exceeded my expectations in all aspects. Do you agree? Comment below!
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