Rich with an intriguing history as an ancient meeting location, then a bustling trading port, Osaka has developed into Japan’s second-largest city—an international commercial and economic center offering a vibrant mix of business, entertainment, culture, and history. Set in an exclusive location on tree-lined Midosuji Avenue, Osaka’s Champs-Elysées, The St. Regis Osaka occupies the most prestigious address in this richly textured, cosmopolitan city, and is minutes away from exclusive fashion boutiques, galleries, and sophisticated restaurants and cafés.
Just minutes from the hotel, one of Osaka’s most famous historic attractions is the stunning Osaka Castle, which was reconstructed after World War II with pure white walls and glittering gold relief. Also nearby is a fascinating array of museums—such as the Municipal Museum of Fine Art and the Osaka Museum of History—for guests to gain a unique insight into this ancient city.
Business travelers will find numerous multinational corporations in this economic hub. A short walk from the hotel is Osaka’s most exclusive shopping thoroughfare—Midosuji Boulevard—offering a collection of iconic luxury brand boutiques. Osaka is renowned for its distinct cuisine, such as okonomiyaki, and there are numerous sophisticated dining options and uniquely eclectic gourmet experiences in close proximity.
For the more adventurous, the Nanba district awaits. Just 15 minutes away by foot, its jovial atmosphere features thousands of restaurants, bars, and entertainment hotspots.
General shopping hours are between 10am and 8pm. The languages spoken are Japanese and English, and the official currency is the Yen (JPY). Most electrical systems are 100 volt/60 Hertz.
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