Have stayed here on multiple occasions, and whether staying one day or one month it seems to be my first choice when in Osaka.
(Long term stays will deliver better rates).Location is culturally significant with a blend of Korea and Japan, and is situated on busy shopping street full
of diverse, serendipitous food stalls, restaurants, and cafes. ( Satomi, my choice for the best Okonomiyaki in Osaka is just 5 minutes walk.) There is a cafe and kitchen within the guesthouse which gives you a good place to hangout and meet some locals, or just cook your meals.
I think this guesthouse is a relaxed, and comfortable place to explore Osaka from, or, as i often do, use as a staging point to explore further destinations in Japan.
Hiro, the owner, is a warm, nomadic character who gives freely as an informative terminus with regards to your proclivities in japan or Korea.
Nothing deleterious here; except the saki. :)More