Address1-2-11, Taishi Nishinari-ku OsakaSee nearby area
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Hotel Mikado is located near by the center, entertainment, and shopping district of Osaka. 5to10 mins ride on train to go everywhere you want to go. If you want to see famous tourists sights, drinking places, and shopping places;Okasa City Hall for the central, Doton-Bori for drinking and other types of fun, Shinsai-Bashi for shopping, please chose us to stay on your trip in Osaka.
Around Mikado, a lot of old tastes of Osaka local still remain. A lot of locals on street are smile back to you and you are going to smile back naturally. Your heart will be gripped by the locals within a short time. Once you are going to local pubs around us, all are hyper friendly. Sure for backpackers are enthusiastic this area soon to come back on your next trip again.
Location of Mikado is not only good for local interests, but also good for other famous places outside Osaka. If you want to touch the heart of Japan and Japanese culture, both Kyoto and Nara are the best places to go and those two historically famous ancient cities are near by Osaka by 40mins ride on train. We are the hub of local commute only 5 mins walk from bars, train, and bus terminal whole entire country
For deeply thinking of benefits for backpackers, let\'s handle with Mikado! All of staff members are bilingual or more; all for Engllish, some for Chinese, and one for Thai. All members of staff have unique backgrounds each. Computer problem? For backpackers, if some problems are coming from computers, please do not worry about it! One staff used to be a system engineer for computer networking. Other staff members had both unique characters and backgrounds as well. Please come Mikado to check it out.
Services & facilities
- Hot Tub
- Bicycle Parking
- Bicycle Hire
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Washing machine
- 24 Hour Security
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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