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Osaka Shi Naniwa Ku Namba Naka 3-18-1 AP bld. 1st floorOutstanding 96%
judy99919 I am very satisfy for this stay,Bruce(the woner) is so kind to help me solve all the problem. He even walk to the staion with me just for show me how to use the ticket machice. My english is a little poor,have his help let me feel so warm. Thanks to him let me have a good memory at Osaka. If got the chance ,I'll still saty here for next time to Osaka. from Judy
hherb Excellent location between two subway stations with lots of convenient stores and eateries close by. We got a little lost on the way but our host was kind enough to come and meet us and show us the way (we were off by maybe 100m). The facilities were excellent - both well cleaned and maintained. Our hosts were always happy to point out areas of interest around the hostel - quite a few of which we would have missed without their guidance. A highlight of one of the evenings was when the host organized a sake tasting, which broadened our view and appreciation of sake. We think the best recommendation we can give is by saying that we will definitely stay there again!
1-1 Fushimi-machi Chuo-kuExcellent 90%
antsantana The location is great, the rooms are really clean and everything is very new, but what is the best in this hostal is the staff!!! I didn't found in all Japan people llike the people working in Osaka Hana Hostel. They were really nice, helpfull and great persons.
3-2-6 Azuchi-machi Chuo-kuExcellent 90%
6-7-5 Uehonmachi Tennoji-kuExcellent 90%
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