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Osaka is the largest city in western Japan, and its history dates back over 1,500 years. During the Edo Period, Osaka became an important distribution center as feudal lords sent their rice to the Osaka merchants for delivery to other parts of Japan. As the merchants prospered, the city grew and flourished. Today, Osaka is a large industrial and commercial city with a population of over 2.5 million people. The city is also known for its traditional Kabuki theater and Bunraku puppet theater as well as its fine Japanese cuisine. Planning to visit Osaka??Japan Roads is offering a 10 day tour of western Japan, including a visit to Osaka. On this small, intimate tour (limited to 14 guests and led by a Tour Leader), you will have the chance to meet and interact with the Japanese people and experience the country’s rich culture first hand. Please click here for more details.

    Nantenen

    Style: Traditional Ryokan

    Welcome to Nantenen. This Traditional Ryokan, located in rural Osaka; about 45 minutes away from Osaka city center . It has been operating for over 70 years and has a large garden. It has 14 Japanese style guest rooms - 7 with private toilets (no baths) and 6 with no private baths or toilets. The last room is located in the Bekkan (Annex); it has a private toilet, shower and a private outdoor hot spring bath. There are two indoor hot spring baths, one for women and one for men. Tra...

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    ¥20,000 ~ ¥30,000

     

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