Suzaku House is a recently renovated, totally private 64m² home designed with a mix of Japanese and Western styles in mind. The second floor of this lovely property features a Western style room with a double bed and ensuite toilet. Across the hall is a Japanese style room with 2 semi-double beds atop tatami flooring. All 3 comfy beds feature 100% cotton bedding.
Suzaku is a newly renovated 64-square-meter vacation home located in a quiet neighborhood near Osaka’s famous Shinsekai area. With its smart use of space, charming details, and cozy colored walls, this home offers plenty of privacy and tranquility for groups of up to six people.
This two-story property is a spacious home with a carefully considered floor plan and an artful modern interior that embraces traditional Japanese design ideologies, like the tatami mat bedroom, calligraphy on the walls, and dark wooden beams throughout.
The first floor of Suzaku is dedicated to living, entertaining, and enjoying a communal ambiance, with an open-plan style living and dining area, which features ample dining facilities and plenty of space to relax. On the second floor are two beautifully designed bedrooms. With a considered, flexible, and effortlessly livable layout, wonderful location, and all the facilities you need for a comfortable stay, Suzaku House is your Osaka home away from home. If you want to spend a little extra time in the city, Shiki offers discounts for monthly and long-term stays.
Suzaku’s location in Nishinari Ward offers an ideal jumping-off point for exploring the city.
On foot, you can reach Hanazonocho Station in seven minutes, Haginochaya Station in 10 minutes, and Imamiya Station in 15 minutes. The famous Namba area, home to amazing attractions like the Dotonbori Canal, Hozen-ji Temple, Shin-Kabukiza Theatre, and America-mura, is only two stops away. Further down the line is Osaka’s number one retail destination Nishi-Umeda, where you can peruse the Umeda Sky Building, HEP Five, and Grand Front Osaka.
For local sightseeing and convenience, many notable attractions are just a short cab ride from the property. Osaka City Museum of Fine Art and Tennoji Zoo can be reached in under five minutes, and Tsutenkaku Tower, Shitennoji Temple, and Den-Den Town can be reached in around 10 minutes.
The house is also surrounded by many excellent local restaurants, like the much-loved okonomiyaki restaurant Daruma, yakiniku shop Kuiya, and izakaya (Japanese bar and restaurant) Yosuke. Don’t know what to eat? Just head out on a stroll and you’ll find plenty of inspiration.
Suzaku House’s location boasts excellent access to both the airport and the shinkansen (bullet train). Kansai International Airport is a 35-minute drive or a direct 50-minute train journey on the nearby Nankai Line, while Shin-Osaka Station is an easy half-hour train journey.
Suzaku has an impressive selection of comforts and amenities to make your stay in Osaka even more enjoyable. The kitchen is fully equipped with all the basics for enjoying meals at home, including a full-size refrigerator, stovetop, microwave, kettle, rice cooker, cooking utensils, and cleaning supplies. The television in the living area has Netflix for streaming all your favorite movies and TV shows. The bathroom is also fully stocked with toiletries, bath products, hair dryer, and fluffy towels for your comfort. You can also enjoy the convenience of having your own washer, laundry detergent, iron, and ironing board.
At the front of the home is a large genkan and just next to it a beautiful modern bathroom with a separate restroom. A doorway separates the entrance from the living, dining, and kitchen areas, which are divided into two separate spaces. The living area has a mounted 50-inch flat-screen television and convertible sofa bed, and the dining space has a kitchenette with ample seating.
Upstairs features a large Japanese-style bedroom with two semi-double beds, tatami flooring, and ample closet space to store your belongings. Next door is a western-style bedroom with one double bed, an extra ensuite toilet, and a desk.
Each area of the house has air conditioning and heating systems that you can adjust to fit your comfort levels, and each bed is fitted with soft cotton sheets. There are hangers in the closet space upstairs and a coat rack at the entrance to hang your clothing, and the balcony upstairs also has a private clothesline to hang laundry. High-speed wireless internet is available, and if you have any questions, multilingual staff are always available and happy to chat.
Suzaku Floor Map
Suzaku House Features
Suzaku features bright colors and natural finishes throughout, creating a sense of wide-open space. Everything in the renovation was carefully considered to make the house convenient for guests.
Suzaku is in a location that puts you right in the middle of the action. It is only a short walk to Hanazonocho Station for the subway. From there it is about 5 minutes from Namba, home of some of Osaka’s most iconic images like the Ebisu Bridge, Glico Man, and the animatronic crab.
Japanese Style Bedroom
Featuring a classic Japanese-style bedroom with tatami flooring and cozy low beds, you can fully appreciate the classic Japanese way of life on your trip to Osaka. Suzaku also has a western style bedroom and bed for ultimate comfort.
Suzaku is also a great option for large groups wishing to stay together. Book it together with nearby houses including Toki, Hanamizuki Matsu, Kurumi and Hanamizuki Namba Minami to accommodate groups of up to 32 people if all 5 properties are booked together.
From Kansai International Airport
Take the Nankai Limited Express Rapid to the last stop at Namba Station (39 mins; 7 stops), then transfer to the Yotsubashi Line and go to Hanazonocho Station (4 mins; 2 stops) and walk 7 mins west. Alternatively, take the Nankai Limited Express Rapid to Tengachaya Station (34 mins; 5 stops) and walk from there (17 mins).
From Shin Osaka Station to Suzaku
Take the Midosuji line from Shin-Osaka south towards Nakamozu, and change trains at Daikokucho (17 mins, 8 stops) to the Yotsubashi line and get off at Hanazonocho (1 min; 1st stop). From there it is 7 mins walk to the house.