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J-Hoppers Hostel Kyoto

The hostel opened in Kyoto in 2002. It's an 8 minute walk from JR Kyoto Station. There are many important historical sites such as Toji Temple or Fushimi-Inari Shrine. The nearest bus stop is right in front of this hostel , which is on the quite convenitnt bus route to access to other major sights such as Kinkakuji, Kiyomizudera or Gion.

J-Hoppers Hostel Hiroshima

The hostel opened in Hiroshima in 2006. The builing used to be a Japanese style ryokan and most guest rooms are Japanese style with tatami matts. Located near the Peace Memorial Park and A-bomb Dome. You can also go to Miyajima, which is one of the 3 most scenic spots in Japan, by tram.

J-Hoppers Hostel Osaka

The hostel opened in Osaka in 2008. It's just about 15 minutes walk to JR Osaka station, which has extensive travel links to everywhere. It could be a starting point for all sightseeing places not only Osaka but also Nara, Kobe, Koyasan and Himeji.

J-Hoppers Hostel Takayama

The hostel opened in Takayama in 2009. It's just 3 minutes walk to JR Takayama station. Takayama has preserved the feeling of a castle town. There are lots of historical spots such as Histrorical Govement House, San-machi-suji lined with stores selling the traditional wares and craftman's workshop and Hida Folk Village.

Neighbourhood

General
G1: Post Office (Mail, ATM))
G2: Central Post Office
(Mail, ATM, Currency exchange, T/C)
G3: Travel Agency, Bus terminal (Highway Bus)
G4: Bus terminal (City bus)
G5: SMBC (Currency exchange)
G6: UFJ Bank (Currency exchange, T/C)
G7: Information Center
G8: Police Box
G9: Police Box (Sonezaki)
G10: Osaka Shinyo Kinko(Bank)
G11: Higushi (Dragstore)

Entertainment
E1: Manekineko (Karaoke)
E2: Utaemon (Karaoke)
E3: Enmei yu (Sento)
E4: Pachinko
E5: 9 up (Billiard)
E6: Hanshin Sauna (Spa & Sauna for male)
E6: Tef (Spa & Sauna for female)
E7: High Off (Darts Bar)
E8: Umeda Kagetsu (Comic Theater)
E9: Umeda JoyPolis (SEGA Amusement park)
E9: Hep Five
E10: Osaka Shiki Theater
E11: Hep Navio
E11: TOHO Cinema Umeda
E12: Umeda Sky Building (Floating Observatory)
E13: WIP (Internet & Comics)
E14: Media Cafe POPEYE (Internet & Comics)
E15: The Symphoney Hall
E16: Umeda Arts Theater
Restaurant & Bar
R1: Mugen (Izakaya)
R2: Hachiman (Izakaya)
R3: En (Chinese)
R3: pancotei (Kushikatsu with wine)
R4: Ajihei (Fugu)
R5: Hana (Izakaya)
R6: Yago (Izakaya)
R7: Hakkenden (Izakaya)
R8: Kashiwaya (Chicken, Shamo)
R9: Emi (Okonomiyaki)
R10: Kaiun Dako (Takoyaki)
R11: Kachigarasu (Yakitori)
R12: JAMU (Bar & Cafe)
R13: Ofukuta (Okonomiyaki, Teppanyaki)
R14: Chanpion (Motsunabe)
R15: Goroemon (Ramen)
R16: Yoshinoya (Gyudon)
R17: Ohsho (Chinese dishes)
R18: Renka (Japanese food)
R19: Gosaku don(Nabe, Fugu)
R20: Naniwa Kitchen Yumeya (Izakaya)
R22: Ginya (fish)
R23: Wakabaya (Yakiniku)
R24: Kyokamo Ramen
R25: Danmaya Suisan (fish)
R26: Machikadoya (Lunch set)
R27: Tachigui Soba (Soba Udon without sitting at table)
R28: Maido (Okinawa cuisine)
R29: Gyuta Honjin (Yakiniku)
R30: Motsufuku (Hakata Motsu nabe)
R31: RORCINI (Bar)
R32: TAVERNA PORCINI (Itarian)
R33: Nagaya Bar (Bar)
R34: IL ALBERTA (Itarian)
R35: Ohsho (Chinese)
R36: Uigea Dail (Shot bar)
R37: JuwaJuwa Lucky (Hormone nabe)
R38: Suikoden (Izakaya)
R39: Matsuzaka gyu (Yakiniku)
R40: The Blarney Stone (Bar)
Light meal / Take out
L1: Mister Donutes
L2: Macdonald
L3: VIE DE FRANCE(Bread)
L4: Starbucks
L5: Cafe House Jun (Cafe)
L6: Romeo (Cafe)

Shopping
S1: Sunrise (Super Market)
S2: Hanafuku (Flower shop)
S3: Sano Bunsendo (Stationary)
S4: Asahiya shoten (Book Store)
S5: Kinokuniya (Book Store)
S6: Higashi dori Shotengai (Shopping street)
S7: Hankyu Ings (Hankyu Dept. Annex)
S8: LOFT (General merchandise store)
S9: Umesankoji (Shopping mall)
S10: EST (Shopping mall)
S11: Urban Terrace Chayamachi (Shopping complex)
S12: NU chayamachi (Shopping complex)
S13: GARE (Shopping mall)
S14: Hilton Plaza West (Shopping complex)
S15: Hilton Plaza East (Shopping complex)
S16: E-ma (Shopping complex)
S17: Hankyu Dept.
S18: Hanshin Dept.
S19: HERBIS PLAZA
S20: Yodobashi Camera
S21: Sofmap (Used PC, PC supply)

Transportation
T1: Umeda (Midosuji Line)
T2: HigashiUmeda (Tanimachi Line)
T3: NishiUmeda ( Yotsubashi Line)
T4: Umeda (Hanshin Railway)
T5: Fukushima (Hanshin Railway)
T6: Kitashinchi (JR Tozai Line)
T7: ShinFukushima (JR Tozai Line)
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