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    Kansai International Airport

    Kansai Airport is officially known as Kansai International Airport (IATA: KIX, ICAO: RJBB), but often incorrectly referred to as Osaka International Airport, which is also incorrectly referred to as Itami Airport. Kansai Airport is the main international airport of Japan’s Kansai region, including the cities of Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe. Read more [...]

  • Itami Airport

    Itami Airport (IATA: ITM, ICAO: RJOO) is the common name for Osaka International Airport. Itami Airport is a domestic airport servicing Kansai. The name Itami Airport comes from its location.

  • Hankyu Umeda Station

    Hankyu Umeda Station is one of three train stations in Umeda each operated by different rail companies. Hankyu Umeda Station is below the Hankyu Sambangai Shopping Center.

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    Tempozan Passenger Terminal

    Tempozan Passenger Terminal is the main Osaka Cruise Ship Terminal where most of the cruise ships visiting Osaka stop. Tempozan Passenger Terminal is known as Tempozan Wharf (W-3 and W-5), is 350m long and has depth of 11.0m. Facilities include one passenger gangway, Customs, Immigration and Quarantine. Tempozan Passenger Terminal Read more [...]

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    Nagahama Port

    Nagahama Port is the area of Nagahama on the edge of Lake Biwa Shiga Prefecture where pleasure and cruise boats take tourists for rides on Lake Biwa.

  • Sancho Ropeway Station

    Sancho Ropeway Station is the terminal on Mt Bizan Tokushima Prefecture, where the main lookout point on Mt Bizan. From this point you can view the whole of Tokushima City and beyond. On a clear day the Kii Peninsula to the east and Awaji Island to the north can be Read more [...]

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    Tokyo Station

    Tokyo Station is not the largest or busiest station in Tokyo (See Shinjuku Station ), but it is very close to the Imperial Palace Tokyo and the Ginza commercial district. It is the starting point and terminus for most of Japan’s Shinkansen lines.

  • Shinagawa Station

    Shinagawa Station, just to the north of Shinagawa Ward in the Takanawa District of Minato Ward in central Tokyo, is one of only two stations in the Tokyo area where the Tokaido Shinkansen stops. The Tokaido Shinkansen is the busiest Shinkansen line in Japan running between Tokyo and Osaka Prefecture Read more [...]