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Stayed here for one night before our flight from Kansai airport. As it was sunday we opted to go out for food and drinks organised by one of the staff here Mr Yano. We were taken to a 300baht per item place, which was so...More
When I first arrived in Japan, I stayed here for a month whilst sorting out accommodation and a job. The staff were unbelievably helpful and I made a great long term friend. Such a clean place and perfect location. I smile ear to ear when...More
I stayed there during my 1st trip to Japan (20th until 23rd of January 2015).
went there with 3 other friends, altogether 4 of us.
due to the availability of rooms running out, we had to stay in twin rooms (initially we wanted to stay...More
We had a fantastic stay at J-hoppers in Osaka! The staff are SO nice, they helped us book a ferry to South Korea and called the company for us a few times. Beds were comfortable and clean. Mr. Yano is the best! Thanks for an...More
I booked stays in J-Hoppers in Osaka and Kyoto mostly based on price and then location. I didn't expect a whole lot in terms of accommodations, but was very pleasantly surprised at how nice it was staying there.
My wife and I stayed in a...More
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US$ 23 - US$ 89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello! Safety is not a problem in Japan at all, at least based on my experience. :) If I'm not mistaken, the last trip for Kanku Kaisoku (the rapid train service to Fukushima station in Osaka) is around 11pm, so I don't... More
Hello! Safety is not a problem in Japan at all, at least based on my experience. :) If I'm not mistaken, the last trip for Kanku Kaisoku (the rapid train service to Fukushima station in Osaka) is around 11pm, so I don't think that's an option for you. There are airport limousines (basically they're buses), but I'm not sure what time the last one departs. You can always take a cab, though of course that will be very expensive. What I did was I spent the night at the airport and took the first train to Osaka the next day. You can sleep at the second floor (near Lawson convenience store) and the information office even provides blankets! Enjoy Osaka!!!