Konjaku-So Shinsaibashi is a huge vacation rental room with 3 floors, the size of which reaches 140㎡. It can accommodate 8 people normally and 14 people at maximum.
The building was made based on the concept of a “barrel boat” that transported famous sake from the Kansai region collected in Osaka to Tokyo during the Edo period.
It has a rooftop open-air bath reminiscent of a sake measuring cup, a large dining table that tells the history of the Taru cargo vessels, a bedroom that recreates the cityscape of the port for the ships, and a powerful projector.
We promise that you will have the best experience, that you won’t have at hotels and hostels.
It is a shopping street that continues for about 580m from the south side of Nagahori-dori to Soemoncho-dori. Approximately 180 stores of clothings and restaurants, including the two major department stores of Daimaru Shinsaibashi, are lined up and are visited by many shoppers. Its development dates back to the Edo period, and initially bookstores, second-hand bookstores, antique shops, koto shamisen stores, and kimono stores were the mainstream. Why don't you visit the shopping street full of humanity and trends?
Shops for young people are gathered around Sankaku Park in Nishishinsaibashi. In the 1970s, American casual clothings imported by young surfers were sold in this place and became known as “American Village.“ This is a must-visit spot when you want to experience new culture such as fashion, music, food and art.
Guest Capacity: 14/Room Size: 140m2
4 bedrooms/living room & kitchen
2 toilets/2 bathrooms (open-air bath, shower booth)
Makeup Remover/Cleansing foam/Toner/Emulsion/toothbrush
cotton/Swab/A razor/Shower cap/brush
1-4-27, Higashishinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, 542-0083
1 min walk from Nagahoribashi Station, Sakaisuji Line/Nagahoritsurumiryokuchi Line, Osaka Metro
4 min walk from Shinsaibashi Station, Midosuji Line/Nagahoritsurumiryokuchi Line, Osaka Metro