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Property Details: OMO7 Osaka by Hoshino Resorts

OMO7 Osaka by Hoshino Resorts opened in Naniwa on April 22, 2022. Adjacent to the Shinsekai area, where the vibrancy and charms of Osaka remain, our hotel is situated in the perfect location for urban tourism, in front of Shin-Imamiya Station, which is easily accessible from Osaka's tourist attractions. The concept of the hotel is “big-hearted and brassy, Osaka is yours”. Osaka is the city of popular foods such as Takoyaki and Kushikatsu, a city of canals with history and culture, and a city of merchants that lead the way to people of warmth and friendliness. Osaka fosters countless distinct cultures with plenty of fun and deep areas as well as classic tourist spots. Through our hotel for city tourism, we wanted to share Osaka’s vibrant and energetic charms, which steal the hearts of many.


Guest Rooms
With a total of 436 rooms, there are 8 room types of varying sizes so that the perfect one can be chosen for the type of journey guests choose. One of the room types, Idobata Suite, with a room size of 60 meters square features a map of Osaka on the wall so that guests can plan their trip or chat about the places they visited. Each bed is placed in the corners of the room where private space is created within the same room. A maximum of 6 people can stay in this room type for a stay with friends or family. There is also a room type with a kitchen and walk-in closet for those who want to stay in Osaka as if they are living like a local.

Food & Beverages
Savor our original flavors inspired by the local food culture of Osaka at the OMO Dining
"Naniwa Neo Classic" dinner is a variation of Osaka's local cuisine and it is served as a buffet style. While paying homage to the culinary culture rooted in Osaka, the techniques of French cuisine are used to create an innovative dish that overturns its traditional image. The meal starts with Hakozushi, which has long been popular as a local dish in Osaka. Hakozushi is pressed sushi made by filling a wooden box with vinegared rice and seafood, but at OMO7 Osaka, instead of vinegared rice, layers of orzo and potatoes are used. In addition, at the live kitchen, freshly shaved dried bonito flakes will serve as an accent for Nikusui (beef noodles) and teppanyaki of beef.
Time: 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm (last entry time 7:30 pm)
Price: Adult 7,500 JPY, Children (age 6 to 12) 5,200 JPY, Children (age 4 to 6) 1,500 JPY, Children under 4 are free of charge (tax included)

Buffet-style breakfast serving both Japanese and Western-style dishes. Flour-based dishes such as negi-yaki (Japanese savory pancakes with leek) and kitsune udon (udon noodle with bean curd), which is essential to Osaka's food culture, are served. Enjoy the morning live kitchen of negi-yaki as it is cooked on a pan in front of you. 
Time: 7:00 am to 10:00 am (last entry time 9:30 am)
Price: Adult & Children (age 6 to 12) 2,500 JPY, Children (age 4 to 6) 600 JPY, Children under 4 is free of charge (tax included)

Casual cafeteria, the OMO Café & Bar
At the OMO Café and Bar, our cafeteria, food, and beverages can be enjoyed from morning to night. The daytime menu includes a sweet version of Takoyaki, Osaka’s soul food. From classic to unique flavors, guests can choose from a variety of a la carte options. Limited to a seasonal event, special sweets too are available. Enjoy these delectables from the spacious seating areas. 
Time: Breakfast 7:00 am to 10:00 am, Café & Bar 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Special facilities
Miya-green, a garden area, for guests to connect with the city
In front of the hotel tower lies a vast garden area in the middle of the city with an area of approximately 7600 meters squared. This was created in the hopes for tourists and locals to have a good time at a place that could be the next landmark of the city. This area has different elements of nature from flat grasslands to hilly sides and terrace areas to lounge around in the open air. It is structured so that a gentle hill connects the entrance of the premise to the hotel tower (second floor). 

Public bathhouse in the city of sento, communal bathhouses
The bathhouse is open to guests staying at the hotel and is located in the garden area. The exterior is reminiscent of the history of public bathhouses, incorporating light and shadow in its design. The white color symbolizes the vibrant and bright merchant city of Osaka and the silver color reflects the smoke from factories that covered the sky during the development years of the city. A sense of home away from home awaits at OMO7 Osaka with clouds of steam escaping from the skylight of the bathhouse, creating a cozy feeling. This is a space where guests can spend a relaxing time within the city.

OMO brand specialty, the Go-KINJO services to enjoy the city to the fullest
OMO considers the city centered around the hotel to be part of the resort and hopes for guests to go out into the city as much as possible. OMO Rangers will support guests’ trips by sharing knowledge through the Go-KINJO Map and our local guide tours of nearby attractions. Food tours of local fast food, as well as neighborhood tours around Shinsekai area, are in development for guests to have a fun day out in energetic Osaka! 

Our neighborhood map, the Go-KINJO Map, with a width of 6m and a height of 4m is placed at the entrance of the OMO Base. From classic tourist destinations to nearby stores and restaurants, the map will show guests the numerous possibilities and options within the area. The stores, restaurants, and sights are all places that our staff has actually been to, sharing only the best of the city.

OMO Ranger Tour: Shinsekai Tour
Shinsekai is a downtown area of Osaka that is famous for the Tsutenkaku Tower and the Janjan Yokocho shopping district. Enjoy the retro atmosphere of the area with OMO Rangers, our neighborhood guide, as if you have traveled back in time.
Time: 4:00 pm (1 hour)
Price: Free of charge

Daily night event held at the Miya-green garden area with neon artworks and firework lights and free takoyaki and craft beer. Join the event in the hotel's Yukata outfit and a paper lantern in hand and watch as the firework lights decorate the building's exterior of the hotel. Enjoy the different themes each season for a fun night at OMO7 Osaka.
Time: 7:30 - 10:00 pm (PIKA PIKA fireworks (5 min): 7:45 / 8:15 / 8:45 / 9:15 / 9:45)

About OMO7 Osaka by Hoshino Resorts
Address: 3-16-30 Ebisu-nishi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka 556-0003
Room Rate: 
Twin Room - Starts from 61,000 JPY per night 
Idobata Suite - Starts from 109,200 JPY per night
*Room rates per room and inclusive of tax, dinner and breakfast
Facility: 1F to 14F
Guest rooms, OMO Base (front desk, library lounge, shop, cafeteria “OMO Café & Bar”, restaurant “OMO Dining”, “Miya-green” garden area, public bathhouse
Number of Rooms: 436
Directions: In front of Shin-Imamiya Station (JR Nankai Railway), approximately 3 minutes by walk from Doubutsuen Station and Shin-Imamiya Eki-mae Station

About OMO Brand
City tourism hotel to discover the wonders of the city
OMO is a city tourism hotel in a convenient city-center location, perfect for exploring the deep, urban culture. We consider the city centered around the hotel to be part of our resort, offering a variety of options to see, eat, and shop. With the cooperation of the local community, city-lovers can get an insight into culture through our original tours and maps; sharing locals’ all-time favorites to hidden gems only with you!

What is an OMO number?

The number after “OMO” in the name of the property represents the breadth of our services to meet a variety of travel needs. With this number, guests can choose an OMO hotel that is best suited for a particular trip. Every trip may differ depending on its purpose and the way time is spent will change accordingly, so find your best OMO, which is your number 1 supporter of city tourism.

About Hoshino Resorts
Hoshino Resorts was first established as a Japanese inn/ryokan in 1914 in Karuizawa in Nagano Prefecture before it began the operation of other resorts in Japan. Today, it has evolved into a highly influential hotel management company and is run by 4th-generation family member Yoshiharu Hoshino. Providing a unique experience focused on the local charms of each destination and a high level of omotenashi, Japanese-style hospitality, the company has expanded rapidly out of Karuizawa since 2001 and now operates more than 60 accommodations both in and outside Japan with one of the following categories: luxury hotel brand “HOSHINOYA,” hot spring ryokan brand “KAI,” countryside resort hotel brand “RISONARE,” city tourism hotel brand “OMO,” free-spirited hotel brand “BEB,” or other unique lodgings.

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