Why not stay in the charming Shin-Imamiya area full of attractions?

Planning to sightsee in Osaka? Why not stay in the trendy Shin-Imamiya area?

In Shin-Imamiya, you can find modern and stylish hotels, traditional public baths with a local charm, and numerous tourist attractions. If you're planning to visit Osaka, why not stay in the trendy Shin-Imamiya area and experience all it has to offer?

OMO7 Osaka by Hoshino Resorts

"OMO" is a city-centered hotel brand created by Hoshino Resorts. These hotels are designed to provide playful and enjoyable stays that allow guests to fully immerse themselves in the city's charm, elevating the excitement of their travels. "OMO7 Osaka by Hoshino Resorts" locates just a short walk from Shin-Imamiya Station, where you can experience the deep and fascinating side of Osaka.

16-30, Ebisu-Nishi 3-chome, Naniwa-ku, Osaka 556-0003, Japan
How to go
Right in front of Shin-Imamiya Station on the Nankai Main Line and Koya Line
3 minutes walk from Shin-Imamiya Ekimae stop on the Hankai Line of Hankai Electric Railway
3 minutes walk from Dobutsuen-mae station on Osaka Metro Midosuji and Sakaisuji lines.
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Tsutenkaku Tower

About a 10-minute walk from Shin-Imamiya Station, "Tsutenkaku" is an observation deck located in the heart of Osaka's entertainment district, Shinsekai. As a representative power spot and landmark of Osaka, it remains a popular tourist destination both in the past and present.

Irifune Onsen

Passing through the curtains, there is a lobby where you can feel the warmth of wood, a courtyard and a small tatami mat space. Passing through the noren(curtains) next to the reception, there is a Showa retro dressing room. The Finnish sauna also offers auf goose (heat wave) service at the auto löyly. When you leave the sauna room, you will find a soft water bath at 15 ℃. The bathtub, shower, and faucet in the bathroom are all soft water, which is said to be gentle on hair and skin and have a beautiful skin effect.

1-6-3, Haginochaya, Nishinari, Osaka 
Business hours
Tue-Fri 6:00~11:00 15:00~23:00
Sat/Sun 6:00~24:00
(*Reception closes 30 minutes before closing)
Regular holiday
Entrance fee
Adult 490 yen Junior High School Students 350 yen 
Elementary School Students 200 yen
Children(Under Kindergarten)100 yen
How to go
Apx. 3 min from “Shin-Imamiya”sta,
Nankai Railways

Nankai Shin-Imamiya sta.

From the latter half of the Showa era to the Heisei era, the area around Shin-Imamiya, which had lost its former momentum, has become lively again with the cooperation of the public and private sectors. Restaurants such as Kushikatsu and souvenir shops have opened one after another. In addition, the accommodation facility near Haginochaya was in a difficult situation due to the recession, etc., but since it is easily accessible from Kansai Airport, now many facilities have changed into low price hotels for inbound tourists.

Shin-Imamiya Sta. has reopened on March 26, 2022. The ticket gate is relocated to the 1st floor, and the north-south passage is designed with warm wood as the axis to welcome you. What we expect for the future is that it will be an area where people say, "Shin-Imamiya / Shinsekai area is interesting for sightseeing in Osaka!"