Often considered the Gateway to Western Japan, Osaka is conveniently located near two of Japan’s ancient capitals, Kyoto and Nara. Originally known as Naniwa, and once the imperial capital of Japan, modern day Osaka is the country’s third-largest city and is one of its most vital commercial and industrial centers.
Not only is Osaka geographically central, this proud city also remains a focal point of Japanese traditional culture, arts and cuisine – the ideal location for this luxury Umeda hotel.
Discover Japanese contribution to the art world at The National Museum of Art and The Museum of Oriental Ceramics just minutes from The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka, Umeda hotel. Marvel at the ancient cities of Nara and Kobe, and explore the Osaka Castle. If shopping is on the itinerary, Herbis Plaza and Herbis Plaza ENT are just steps from this Osaka, Umeda hotel’s door.
Contact The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka, Umeda hotel’s concierge for additional destination information.