Area Attractions

Guests at our Hyatt Regency Osaka hotel have access to various activities and attractions around the hotel, including Universal Studios Japan, Kita shopping district, various shrines and temples. The City Country Club Spa features gym facilities, swimming pools, spa services and relaxation lounge.

Hyatt Regency Osaka

1-13-11 Nanko-Kita, Suminoe-Ku
Osaka, Japan, 559-0034

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Hotel Activities

The City Country Club

Our 1,800 square meter(19,375-square-foot) health and fitness center is guaranteed to invigorate you as you begin your morning, or promote relaxation at the end of a long day. Also Yoga, Pilates and other programs are regularly held in our aerobics studio.. The City Country Club is an exclusive facility available only to club members and registered hotel guests.

Treatment Salon "Breeze"

Treatment Salon "Breeze" is a service in the private room on the 15th floor of the guest tower. The aroma treatment uses organic cosmetics. Oriental, shiatsu and aroma massage, facial and full range treatments are also available.

Social Space

Social space is open 24 hours for you to connect whether for work, to read or to play. A collection of books, board games and video games area available.

Bike Rental

We offer complimentary bike rentals for staying guests to venture and explore around the hotel such as seaside park and bird sanctuary.

Family Fun

Universal Studio Japan™

A theme park filled with world-class family entertainment for all ages. Enjoy a wide variety of entertainment from the exciting attractions themed after blockbuster Hollywood movies to the shows performed by popular characters.

Kaiyukan Aquarium

The Kaiyukan Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world. The Japanese word KAIYUKAN means "Playing in the Sea Pavilion" and visitors may enjoy viewing a wide variety of different ocean species as if they were playing in the sea.

​Nakanoshima Park

Nakanoshima Park is a waterfront park that is located between the Tosabori and Dojima rivers. It was created as the first public park in Osaka in 1981 and it is still popular as a natural, tree lined oasis in the heart of the city.

Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle is one of the most famous castles in Japan. Construction began in 1583 during the Azuchi-Momyama Period under the command of local warlord Hideyoshi Toyotomi. The tower burned down in 1615 and remained in ruins for 266 years until 1931 when it was rebuilt and could once again grace the Osaka skyline.

Shopping

Kuromon Ichiba

The Kuromon Ichiba, is located in the Nipponbashi district with approximately 150 shops selling a wide assortment of products from fresh produce to household items. Visitors to the market will experience an older, more traditional Japan.

​Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street

Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street is known as the longest shopping street in Japan with some 600 shops along the arcade. It is approximately 2.6km long and takes 40 minutes to walk from end to end.

Dotombori

Dotombori is the designation for the area along the Dotonbori River in central Osaka. Numerous restaurants line the river and visitors may indulge in the vibrant atmosphere of Osaka and enjoy it's many delicacies.

​Shinsaibashi Shopping Street

Shinsaibashi Shopping Street runs east to Mido-Suji Avenue with a history of over 300 years and it is known as the most popular shopping area in Osaka. A great variety of shops and restaurants attract many visitors.

Cherry Blossom Parks

Osaka Mint

The Osaka Mint has a variety Cherry Blossom trees on their grounds and is open to the public for one week every year at the middle of April from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm (weekdays) / 9:00 am to 9:00 pm (Saturday and Sunday)

Osaka Castle Park

The park surrounds Osaka Castle and is known as one of the most famous Hanami spots in Osaka. There are many street stalls in the park and tourists can enjoy a variety of local Japanese food.

Expo '70 Commemorative Park

The park is on the grounds of the former 1970 World Exposition. The park is about 260 hectares and is home to a variety of flower gardens.

Half or One Day Trip

Kyoto – A city filled with a long and rich heritage

To Kyoto Station from Hyatt Regency Osaka - Take our complimentary shuttle bus to JR Osaka station. Take the JR line from Osaka station to Kyoto station. The trip takes approximately 60 minutes from the hotel and costs JPY560 per adult.

Nara – Japan's Oldest Capital

To Kintetsu-Nara station from Hyatt Regency Osaka - Take Newtram line from Nakahuto Station to Cosmosquare Station. Transfer to the Chuo line to Ikoma Station and from there transfer to the Kintetsu line bound for Kintetsu-Nara Station. The trip takes approximately 80 minutes from the hotel and costs JPY900 per adult.

Kobe – Cosmopolitan Seaport

To Kobe (Sannomiya station) from Hyatt Regency Osaka Take our complimentary shuttle bus to Osaka/Umeda station. Take the JR, Hankyu or Hanshin lines from Osaka or Umeda stations bound for Sannomiya. The trip takes approximately 60 minutes from the hotel or from Umeda station and costs JPY320 (Hankyu, Hanshin line)-410 (JR line) per adult.