PURE OsakaDistance: 0.1 mi詳しくは 中央区心斎橋筋2-3-12 ダイヤモンドビルB1 Osaka, Osaka 542-0085 06-6214-6600
大阪ミナミの宗右衛門町にあるclub pure は、外国人・日本人でいつも大盛況です！！
Thank you for visit CLUB PURE Osaka. PURE´s revolutionary all-you-can-drink system allows PURE to rise above all other bars in terms of quality, value and service. We offer you the same wide range of top-shelf liquor, shots and beers that you would expect to find in any of the other major clubs in town, except with one difference: it's all free! That's right. Once you pay the door charge, all drinks are free, as much as you can drink, all night with unlimited re-entry until morning on friday & saturday! On saturdays (Crazy Pure) we do special birthday discounts(1000yen off) with birthday call for you & 500yen off for your friends who coming with you. Please ask staff for more information. Sunday to thursday we got the best events with main DJ´s in Osaka. For more information check the monthly schedule or PURE web-site please. Couple that with the latest dance music, a beautiful, spacious interior filled with exciting people and all the ingredients are in place for a great night of fun.Contact us anytime for your party rental !!!
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CLUB BambiDistance: 0.2 mi詳しくは 中央区東心斎橋 1-17-27 Osaka, Osaka 591-8021 06-4708-7009
Music freak has opened a "feed cafe" gather in Osaka America village. We are waiting for "those who love art and music"
Live Unplugged, We are looking forward to such inquiries party.
Shinsekai is an old neighbourhood located next to south Osaka City's downtown "Minami" area. The neighbourhood was created in 1912 with New York as a model for its southern half and Paris for its northern half. At this location, a Luna Park amusement park operated from 1912 until it closed in 1923.As a result of minimal redevelopment after World War II, the area has become one of Japan's poorest. Despite its negative image and commonly held reputation as Osaka's most dangerous area, Shinsekai boasts a colourful history and unique identity. At the beginning of the 20th century the neighbourhood flourished as a local tourist attraction showcasing the city's modern image. The centrepiece of the neighbourhood was Tsutenkaku Tower (the "tower reaching to heaven").Whether the stigma surrounding Shinsekai is deserved is open to debate. Many Osakans claim to be afraid to set foot in the area. The travel guide Lonely Planet Japan, warns visitors to "keep their wits about them" as Shinsekai may be the "closest thing in Japan to a dangerous neighbourhood". However, Shinsekai's status as a dangerous area owes much to criminal activity that flourished in the decades before the 1990s. Continuing the area's chequered fortunes of recent years, in place of rampant criminality, Osaka's large permanent settlement of homeless has taken root in the areas around Shinsekai. Homeless men, often elderly, from all over Japan come to Osaka to escape the stigma of hometown societal shame and wander the streets around the area. The neighbourhood is also home to a large presence of prostitutes and a concentration of Osaka's transvestite community.
Ōsaka Namba Station is a railway station on the Kintetsu Namba Line and Hanshin Namba Line in the Namba district of Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. It is adjacent to Namba Station and JR Namba Station. Trains of the Nara Line depart from and arrive at the station.LinesŌsaka Namba Station is served by the following two lines. Kintetsu Namba Line Hanshin Namba LineHistoryThe station was first named Kintetsu Namba Station on March 15, 1970, when Kintetsu's Namba Line opened. It was renamed to the present name on March 20, 2009, the date of opening of the Hanshin Namba Line.Surrounding areaKintetsu Namba BuildingMidosuji Grand BuildingDōtonboriOsaka City Air Terminal (OCAT)Minatomachi River Place (including FM OSAKA)
is a railway station on the two lines of the Osaka Municipal Subway in Nippombashi Itchome, Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan.LinesOsaka Municipal SubwaySakaisuji Line (K17)Sennichimae Line (S17)LayoutThe station has side platforms serving two tracks for the Sakaisuji Line on the first basement, and an island platform serving two tracks for the Sennichimae Line on the second basement. Ticket gates are located on the first basement on the platforms for the Sakaisuji Line.Sakaisuji LineSennichimae LineSurroundingsNamba WalkKuromon IchibaNational Bunraku TheatreDotombori RiverNippombashi BridgeBus routeNippombashi Itchome (Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau)Route 73 for Namba / for Deto Bus Terminal via Uehommachi Rokuchome and KumataStations next to Nippombashi|- !colspan=5|Osaka Municipal Subway
Tanimachi Yonchome Station is a railway station of the Osaka Municipal Subway located in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan, and the station is also called "Tani Yon".LinesOsaka Municipal SubwayTanimachi Line (T23)Chūō Line (C18)LayoutThere are two side platforms with two tracks for the Tanimachi Line on the second basement, and two side platforms with two tracks for the Chūō Line over the Tanimachi Line. Passages are located between the south of the platforms for the Tanimachi Line and the west of the platforms for the Chūō Line.Tanimachi LineChūō LineSurroundingsNHK Osaka Broadcasting StationOsaka Museum of HistoryOsaka Prefectural Government BuildingOsaka Prefecturel Police Head BuildingOsaka CastleNational Hospital Organization Osaka National Hospital
Daikokuchō Station is a railway station on the Osaka Municipal Subway in Shikitsu-higashi Sanchome, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan.LinesOsaka Municipal SubwayMidōsuji Line (Station Number: M21)Yotsubashi Line (Station Number: Y16) While Midōsuji and Yotsubashi lines are connected at several stations, Daikokuchō is the only such station where passengers can transfer the trains from one line to the other on the same platform in case of trains of same direction (cross-platform interchange).Layout|}This station has two island platforms on the second basement, serving four tracks.
Nishiohashi Station is a train station on the Osaka Municipal Subway Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line in Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan.LinesOsaka Municipal Subway*Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line (Station Number: N14)Stations next to Nishiohashi|- !colspan=5|Osaka Municipal Subway |-
Imamiyaebisu Station is a railway station on the Nankai Kōya Line in Naniwa-ku, Osaka Osaka Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Nankai Electric Railway.LineImamiyaebisu Station is served by the Nankai Kōya Line. It is numbered "NK02".LayoutImamiyaebisu is an elevated station with one island platform serving the two easternmost tracks of the four-track right-of-way. Strictly speaking, it belongs to the Nankai Main Line, but only local trains bound for the Koya Line stop.PlatformsSurroundings Imamiya Ebisu Shrine Kubota Head office Osaka Municipal Subway Daikokuchō Station Osaka Municipal Subway, and Hankai Tramway Hankai Line Ebisuchō Station National Route 25 Shinsekai Tsūtenkaku Denden Town
We are a new hostel in Osaka. Our location is very convenient, just 1mins walk from sakuragawa station. To namba is about 15 mins walking!
We value all our guests, and provide the best stay environment. Moreover, drinks and snacks are all on the house now! That's have fun in Osaka together! Come to join us:-)
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