My First AirBnb Experience In Osaka

AIRBNB はじめでの経験
airbnb experience

Hello! Finally back with another post on my Osaka trip. This time is about my Airbnb stay! It’s my first time booking an Airbnb and it was a pretty good experience! Plus I think the location of my location was pretty awesome for my trip! Located just 10 minutes from Kayashima station on the Keihan line, it’s super accessible to the main area in Osaka and it’s a direct line to Kyoto! Plus it’s  a very authentic Japanese style house with Tatami rooms and all! I also really like the town it’s located in as it’s very quaint and quiet!


This is the view I see everyday as I walked out from the house to the train station. Do have to be careful of cars as there’s no walkway till further up. Seeing this picture makes me miss the nice cooling air in the morning in Osaka.

airbnb osaka living room

Here’s how the Airbnb looked like! It looked exactly like in the listing. It’s a very simple an traditional Japanese house. Oh, did I mentioned that it was just 600 plus SGD for 5 nights for 4  persons? That’s like 30SGD per pax per night!

airbnb osaka

Tatami room! Love love the smell of the tatami! And the futons provided are super comfortable too! I used it as my resting room but I still slept in the other room with my mum and her friends because I’m a coward. LOL.

airbnb bath

Having a bath during my last night~

 It’s always a plus point to have a bath tub in the accommodation for me! One thing to note is that the shower room and toilet is separated. Which is good! Cause the toilet still can be used if someone is in the showers.

To sum things up, I have a good first experience with my Airbnb booking and will definitely use it again for my future trips to Japan. Simply because the hotels in Japan is pretty costly and small. 😛

Check out my other posts on my Osaka trip!

Exploring Osaka In A Day

Endo Sushi

Koyoshi Sushi

Still pending my Kyoto day trip post and USJ post! Will get them up soon!


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