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Welcome to the finest guesthouse / hostel in the funniest city. The 3rd J-Hoppers hostel was opened here in Osaka in January 2008. A former bachelor quarters has been remodeled into a fully-appointed backpackers guesthouse / hostel. It is a 15 minute walk from Osaka central station and also good for a day trip to Kyoto, Nara and Kobe from Osaka.
All reviews fukushima station private room shower room and toilet communal areas rooms are clean no lift less than a minute walk jr loop line very pleasant stay kansai airport enjoyed my stay meg backpackers floor keiko japan train
Right next to Fukuyama JR stop, J-hoppers is conveniently located in a very very cool neighbourhood, 10mins walk from Osaka station. Great hostel vibe, with a large lounge and well equipped kitchen (free toast and jam every morning, coffee and tea all-day aside, were an...More
We stayed here for three nights while backpacking around Japan.
The place is excellent. The staff and very helpful, and Mr Yano (party animal) showed us a great night out.
Can't find a fault to the place and highly recommend.
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Response from ジェイホッパーズ 大, フロント オフィス マネージャー at J-Hoppers Osaka GuesthouseResponded February 13, 2018
Thank you for your lovely comment! We are glad you enjoyed here and party with Mr.Yano:D Hope you had a great night. We hope all guests enjoy their trip and meeting people.
Also glad you liked our facilities as well. Hope we can see you...More
This was my first time staying at a hostel or guesthouse. It was a good first experience. It wasn't fancy at all, but it was comfortable and friendly. I arrived after 10:00 PM but the staff was kind enough to give me the access code...More
I booked a single room in this hostel, but it was a bit of a surprise to be handed bedding at checkin to make my own bed. The bed was wedged into the corner, so making the bed was a bit of a struggle. The...More
I stayed in the dorms for a week and was very happy with my experience. To start, the colors and decor are calming and comfortable. The kitchen and dining area is centrally located and travellers of all ages and nationalities hang out in this area....More
Hello! Safety is not a problem in Japan at all, at least based on my experience. :) If I'm not mistaken, the last trip for Kanku Kaisoku (the rapid train service to Fukushima station in Osaka) is around 11pm, so I don't... More
Hello! Safety is not a problem in Japan at all, at least based on my experience. :) If I'm not mistaken, the last trip for Kanku Kaisoku (the rapid train service to Fukushima station in Osaka) is around 11pm, so I don't think that's an option for you. There are airport limousines (basically they're buses), but I'm not sure what time the last one departs. You can always take a cab, though of course that will be very expensive. What I did was I spent the night at the airport and took the first train to Osaka the next day. You can sleep at the second floor (near Lawson convenience store) and the information office even provides blankets! Enjoy Osaka!!!