Fushioukaku is a hot springs hotel located 30 minutes by train from Osaka’smajor sightseeing and shopping areas that attract many foreign tourists.
At the hotel, guests can experience Japanese culture and warm hospitality, including the best open-air hot spring baths in Osaka, Japanese-style tatami (straw-mat) rooms, and traditional Japanese cuisine and dress or kimono.
Guests can enjoy the lush green scenery while soaking in their private open-air bath.
Guests can change into a yukata or Japanese light cotton (summer) kimono and relax in this basic Japanese-style room.
Why not take a memorable photo wearing the yukata of your choice?
Free-rental coupon for a colorful yukata
Dotonbori in Namba and Shinsaibashi (50 minutes by train)
Guests can enjoy shopping as well as Osaka’s traditional cuisine, such as takoyaki and okonomiyaki.
Umeda in Osaka (30 minutes by train)
The area around this station is home to three department stores and other specialty stores, as well as the hugely popular Umeda Sky Building.
Osaka Castle is a typical Japanese castle. This historical building from the samurai period is a popular sightseeing spot.
The most popular theme park in Osaka.
A fashionable bay area that is characteristic of the Kansai region.
One of the country’s most attractive sightseeing areas, Kyoto displays Japan’s four seasons in its cherry blossoms and autumn leaves, as well as its Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples.
This sightseeing spot is home to several world heritages sites. It’s also popular for the deer that roam its streets, as well as its Great Buddha.