Serviced Apartments in Central Osaka
If you are looking for a serviced apartment near Kansai Airport or the Namba Parks, or a hotel near Namba station, look no further than Fraser Residence Nankai, Osaka, the preferred residence of choice for many business and leisure travellers.
Fraser Residence Nankai, Osaka
1-17-11, Nambanaka, Naniwa-ku,
Osaka 556-0011, Japan
Facilities within the vicinity
- Osaka Castle (20 minutes by subway)
- Ippudo Ramen (30 seconds by foot)
- Max Value Supermarket (10 minute by foot)
- Takashimaya Department Store and Foods (2 minutes by foot)
- Kuromon Ichiba Market (10 minutes by foot)
- Universal Studios Japan (30 minutes by subway/train)
- Medical Clinics (various available within walking distance, please check with the Front Desk when necessary)
- Nankai Namba station, 3 minutes away by foot.
- Namba subway station, 5 minutes away by foot.
Getting to Fraser Residence Nankai, Osaka
From Kansai International Airport to Namba Station, Limited Express rapi:t by Nankai Electric Railway, approximately 40 minutes.
Click HERE for directions from Kansai International Airport.
Located in the Kansai region, one of the world’s most populous metropolitan areas, Osaka is Japan's second largest city and home to some of the world’s most well-known electronic brands.
From traditional festivals, galleries and museums, shrines, parks and rivers, to shopping arcades, nightlife and authentic Japanese gourmet, theatres and comedies, amusement parks and castles, and major sports events, Osaka is both beautiful and exciting all year round with four distinct seasons. A charming city on its own, Osaka possesses a unique blend of culture, history and modernity, offering a distinct appeal to the young, the old, the inquisitive and the foodie alike.
Essential facts about Osaka
Osaka's climate varies greatly with the changing seasons. The best times to visit are spring for the cherry blossom season and autumn to view the rich shades of the changing leaves. During the cold winter months, temperatures may drop to freezing point overnight, ascending to around 10°C in the day. Summer tends to be humid with a high of around 36°C expected. The rainy season generally falls in June and July, followed by the typhoon season which starts from mid-September to October – although many days remain fine during this period.
Japanese, specifically the local dialect Osaka-ben. Some English is spoken at key tourist sites and in a business context.
GMT +9 hours.
Japanese yen, JPY.
Tipping is not commonly practised in Japan.
Most shops and stores are open from 10:00 to 21:00 hours, even on public holidays.