The hotel’s interior – decorated throughout with many artworks – was designed around the concept of an 18th-century, English Georgian-style aristocratic residence. Approximately 450 pieces are displayed in the public areas, and the painting collection focuses on 18th- and 19th-century European artists.
Learn about the astonishing craftsmanship in Yamazaki Distillery as the producer of distinctive Japanese whiskies. The tour will allow guests to taste the unblended whisky (not for sale) that makes up Yamazaki Single Malt Whisky.
Advance booking and entrance fee required
The Sakai area has been producing excellent tools and weapons since ancient times and is now a vast production area of kitchen knives.Seasoned artisans offer live demonstrations of the final stage in the process, known as hatsuke or sharpening on Saturdays and Sundays. Check the schedule in advance, as demonstrations may not be held on some days.
This circuit tour takes in the sights along the Nakanoshima waterfront, a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Nakanoshima Park was the first park to be built in Osaka in 1891 and soon became a favorite spot for promenading. The area is home to the Osaka City Central Public Hall, designated an Important National Cultural Heritage site, and other stunning buildings built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Walk with our ladies and gentlemen at a comfortable pace and admire the beautiful flora and noted architecture.
Origami is a fun craft that is famous internationally. Try your hand at folding a crane, samurai helmet, or other shapes and experience Japanese culture, firsthand. Guests, young and old, can participate in this activity, and everyone can take home their finished origami as a memento of their stay.