The design concept is "Sake barrel boat" that transported famous sake from the Kansai region collected in Osaka to Tokyo during the Edo period.
What's provided in the house are: home theater system, rooftop open-air bath that's reminiscent of Masu (sake cup), a dining table showing the history of the Taru cargo vessels, and a bedroom that recreates the cityscape of the port of the ships.
The size of the street reaches 580m, continuing from the southern part of Nagahori-dori to Soemon-cho. About 180 restaurants and clothing shops are along the street, including the Daimaru Shinsaibashi department store. The area has been popular since the Edo period - major stores back then would sell books, daily tools, musical instruments, and clothes. Still today, it's always packed with locals and tourists. Enjoy the street's long history, trendy items, and liveliness.
The center of the village is a triangular park in western Shinsaibashi, and around there are various clothing shops for young people. In the 1970s, young surfers were importing and selling American-casual outfits, but they gradually became famous and started to be called "American Village." This is the place if you are looking for new cultures; fashion, music, gourmet, and arts.
|Konjaku-So Shinsaibashi Rooftop SPA||140m2 / a four-story house|
|Description||4 bedrooms with 8 beds (4 single beds, 2 double beds, 2 queen bed **sofa bed can be used for more than 13 guests)|
|Amenities & Equipment||Projector screen, kitchen, dining room, TV, 2 toilets, 2 shower rooms, 1 bathtub in rooftop terrace|
Body/hand towels, shampoo, hair conditioner, body soap, makeup remover, cleanser, toner, skin lotion, toothbrushes/pastes, cotton & swabs, razor, shower cap, hair brush
Tea bags, coffee, plates, cooking utensils
|Notes||- Car parking is not provided. Please use public ones nearby (paid service) if you drive to the property. |
- No cleaning/meal services will be provided during your stay. For long-stay guests, extra housekeeping guidance will be sent separately.
- Elevator stops only on 1st and 3rd floor. Please use the stairs to the other floors.
- Quiet hours begin at 9 PM.
1 Chome, 4-27, Higashishinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka, 542-0083
1 min walk from Nagahoribashi Station (Sakaisuji/Nagahoritsurumiryokuchi Line)
4 min walk from Shinsaibashi Station (Osaka Metro Midosuji/Nagahoritsurumiryokuchi Line)