Kaneyoshi Ryokan, Namba Dotombori
A Japanese hotel in the Osaka down town area - Namba Dotombori. Comfortable & convenient for int'l travelers. Meet friendly Osaka locals and enjoy Osaka foods. Many shops nearby. 35min to Kansai Int'l Airport by Nankai Line. 3min walk from Nippombashi Subway Sta.(Sakaisuji & Sennichimae Line)
Our ryokan is all Japanese style rooms with a bath and a toilet. There are a private bathroom and a private toilet in your room. A room is a room of a tatami mat. It is a Japanese-style guest room. Please enjoy warm Japanese hospitality at our ryokan. YOKOSO! JAPAN KANEYOSHI RYOKAN.
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- Air Conditioning
- Free Internet Access
- Hair Dryers For Hire
- Hot Tub
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Towels For Hire
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
Must-Read Hostel InfoThis property has specific Terms & Conditions.
Check-In: from 3PM / Checkout: until 10AM / Curfew: Midnight
Breakfast: 7AM-8:30PM / Dinner: 6PM-8PM (If meals are ordered separately)
For security reason, we have curfew and the entrance is closed at midnight.
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If you use Shinkansen, get off at Shin Osaka Sta. And change to Modousuji Subway Line and get off at Namba Sta. 7min walk from Exit #14, Namba Subway Station (Midousuji Line / Sennichimae Line)
If you are from Kansai Int'l Airport, getting of at Namba Sta., Nankai Line is recommended. We are about 10min from the station.
Or, 3min walk from Exit #2, Nippombashi Subway Station.(Sakaisuji Line / Sennichimae Line)
If you are coming from other cities such as Kyoto or Kobe, please change at JR Osaka Sta. and change to Midousuji Subway Line (Umeda Sta.).
Our building is on the Soemoncho Dori.
From Itami Airport, it is about 35 minutes by limousine bus to Namba Station.
The bridge of Nipponbashi
in the Doutonbori river