Allan Hsu

Allan was originally from the city of Taipei in Taiwan. Allan has been a frequent traveller to Japan, especially Osaka. He enjoys the city because of its passionate open-minded people, its great food, cultural significance and of course its proximity to the rest of Kansai region. Allan started Osaka.com in 2012 with the goal to turn it into the most comprehensive, unique and interesting Osaka information website available.
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Nankai

Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd. (南海電気鉄道株式会社) is a private railway company. Japan Rail Pass cannot be used. It operated 6 lines within Osaka Prefecture : Nankai Main Line Takashinohama Line Airport Line Tanagawa...

Keihan

Keihan Electric Railway Co. is a privately run railway company. The lines it operates are NOT covered by Japan Rail Pass. Keihan Main Line (京阪本線) is a railway line operated by Keihan Electric Railway that...

Kintetsu

Kintetsu Railway Co., Ltd. (近畿日本鉄道株式会社) is a private railway company that operates the second largest railway network in Japan after Japan Railway (JR). It connects Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Nagoya, Tsu, Ise, and Yoshino. Kintetsu accepts...

Osaka Metro

Traveling in Osaka can be daunting. There are many railway lines which are operated by both government or private companies. While the most common route for tourists to take is Japan Rail...

Kansai International Airport set to become the first dog-friendly airport in Japan

It has long been a big hurdle for visitors and local with pets to visit airport, especially when those furry animals have toilet urges. This is especially true in Japan when utmost respect to...
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Osaka’s Biggest Attraction Returns

This is your chance to see the biggest and strongest athletes in Japan - LIVE in Kansai. Seven hundred members of the Japan Sumo Association, weighing anything from 80 to 273 kilos, will descend...

A Latin Night in Osaka

‘I can’t wait to see you tonight! Please promise me one thing: let’s not go to a club’, I plead with my friend over the phone. I’m not a clubbing person in general, but...

Osaka, Japan: Staying warm in Japan

When you move to a country that is among one of the world’s most technologically advanced, you might think that the elements and weather might not be able to affect you all that much....

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