Cheap Hotels in Osaka

The Airin district of Osaka’s Nishinari ward (around Shin-Imamiya Station) has long been known for the dirt cheap recommendations it offers for day laborers, but the news report focuses on how the area’s hotels are now attracting a lot of foreign tourists who come to Japan. How cheap is it? For less than 20 US dollars a night, travelers get a small room with a TV and access to a shared bathroom. All of the customers interviewed seem to be pretty satisfied with the hotels featured.

-Japan probe

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