Osaka Excel Hotel Tokyu 11/1(Fri) GRAND OPEN Osaka Excel Hotel Tokyu 11/1(Fri) GRAND OPEN

Birth of a Landmark
in Midosuji

A main avenue representing Osaka, Midosuji is a 4,027-meter-long main artery connecting Umeda, in the north, and Namba, in the south. In accommodating 20,000 pedestrians daily, it is evolving with vibrant energy.

This autumn will see not only rows of gingko trees turn gold but also the birth of the landmark Osaka Excel Hotel Tokyu.

The hotel occupies a unique building of unprecedented integration with the main gate of a temple, superbly fusing past tradition and contemporary aesthetics.

Midosuji draws
many people
to its marvelously
varied charms

Midosuji draws
many people to its
varied charms

Umeda, Midosuji’s northern center, is a business area lineated with skyscrapers and the area around Yodoyabashi, with the Bank of Japan, Osaka branch, and other dignified historical buildings. Around the southern area of Namba lies a major entertainment district, clusters of brand-name shops, restaurants, theaters, and more.
Midosuji’s changing expressions, countless as its gingko leaves, will soon embrace the opening of Osaka Excel Hotel Tokyu.

Integration with a temple gate
harmoniously bridges past
and present cultures

Integration with
a temple gate
bridges past

and present cultures

The name of Midosuji itself evokes history recalling two temples, Kita Mido and Minami Mido. Osaka Excel Hotel Tokyu is a singular structure built in the upper part of the latter’s main gate, right in the heart of Midosuji.
In summer, a lively Bon dance enlivens the temple precinct, inviting one and all to dance with locals to the sound of vivacious flutes and drums. Joining in such traditional cultural experience is the stuff of lifelong memories made here and only here.

A kaleidoscope of colorful
hotel life and city attractions
is yours to experience

A kaleidoscope
of colorful hotel life
and city attractions is yours to experience

Our hotel concept of Osaka Kaleidoscope comprises an interior showcasing Osaka’s lively, opulent atmosphere and a brilliant kaleidoscopic night view from a high-floor front lobby and restaurant. High-floor guestrooms have a view-bath with a commanding perspective on the Midosuji nightscape.

Functional beauty meets dignified tradition

Functional beauty meets dignified tradition

Vividly colored guestroom carpets of geometric patterns seamlessly harmonize with the beauty of traditional Japanese interiors.
A glittering kaleidoscope of shifting hues reflects the engaging chiaroscuro of the beating heart of the city,
a pulse calm by day and throbbing after sundown for nightlife a la Osaka’s renowned style of fun.

“Mido” comes from two sources: the 400-year-old temple of Minami Mido, adjacent to the hotel,
and Midosuji boulevard, a main road of Osaka running south-north in front of the hotel.
The lobby is on Mido Floor (16F), as is the lounge, a space for the exclusive use of our 16F guests where you can enjoy free drinks.
There’s a library as well, another place to unwind or relax with a good book.

This room expresses the glitter and excitement of the city quarter known as Minami (“south”) that comprises the bustling areas of Namba and Dotombori. The living room is a large luxurious space, perfect for parties with a small number of people. It also contains a Jacuzzi-style view bath surrounded by a large sofa and other décor. Here you and your party can enjoy a commanding view of the Midosuji nightscape.

America-mura (American Village) in Shinsaibashi, aka Amemura, is a trendsetting area with a line of shops and many young people as well as tourists. Two guestrooms reflect Amemura’s energy with high ceilings and a large table and sofa set in an open space that includes a loft-style bedroom. Each room accommodates casual parties and meetings for a small number of people sure to enjoy the breathtaking night view from a full-sized glass window facing Midosuji.

Taiko and Rikyu are spacious Japanese-style rooms. Taiko is an honorific title of the lord who built Osaka Castle, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who today is still affectionately called Taiko-han by Osaka people. Sen no Rikyu, a close adviser to Taiko, established the Japanese tea ceremony and thus assured his place in history. Both rooms are tatami-floored for optimal enjoyment of a Japanese atmosphere. Available for groups and families up to four, the rooms can also be used for group dining and events.

【Superior Double】
From colorful floor geometry to wall art reflecting history, Osaka’s kaleidoscope of nuances turns its sparkling light here, there, and everywhere, daytime and nighttime.

【Superior Twin】
Relax in a comfortable sofa, take in the Midosuji night view through your guestroom windows as you relax and unwind from travel fatigue. This is where your full enjoyment of Osaka begins. How it ends is up to you to discover!

【Japanese Twin】
Relax and enjoy private time in this twin with Japanese touches, where you’ll remove shoes and don household footwear as in a Japanese home, complete with a carpet bearing the Naniwa motif of Osaka Bay waves.

Casual Restaurant PICNIKA

Casual Restaurant PICNIKA


Convenient Access

1 min. on foot to Honmachi Sta.
6 min. on foot to Osaka Shinsaibashi
Optimal location as a base for sightseeing and business

1 min. on foot to Honmachi Sta.6 min. on foot to Osaka Shinsaibashi
Optimal location as a base for sightseeing and business

  • on foot



    Dotonbori, a major entertainment district with dozens of restaurants and shops, lights up night and day with an enormous glowing neon sign declaring its undeniable vigor. This not only helps light up Osaka’s kaleidoscope but connects you to a hot city power spot. Nearby is Shinsaibashi-Suji Shopping Mall.

  • by train


    Shinsekai & Tsutenkaku Tower

    Osaka’s symbolic tower, Tsutenkaku, stands tall and proud over the lively downtown area of Shinsekai. Here you can wine and dine like a true Osaka gourmet on such delectables as kushikatsu, skewered chicken or beef and veggie cutlets.

  • by train


    Universal Studios Japan

    A U.S. theme park localized to transport you into the world of movies and dreams. Entertainment that lights up the imagination is all part of the kaleidoscope, including its varied shows and attractions.

  • by train


    Osaka Castle

    Though the castle was constructed by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the 16th century, existing turret and stone walls were built sometime in the Edo period (1603–1867). The eighth-floor view from the donjon is superb, a must-see. In spring, plum and cherry trees in full bloom add to the delights of the season.

  • by train



    One of the world’s largest aquariums, Kaiyukan’s eight stories contain models of multitudinous seas, represented in dioramas and tanks like the one for the Pacific Ocean, complete with a whale shark on the move. Dynamic exhibitions and showcases offer a variety of attractions and experiences.

  • by train+on foot


    Umeda Sky Building &
    Floating Garden Observatory

    Umeda Sky Building is one of two 40-story towers. A panoramic view opens onto the city below from the 173-meter-high Floating Garden Observatory.

Note: Travel times are from Honmachi Sta. to the nearest station of each facility.

Special Movie

Special Movie

Hotel Access

Address: 4-1-15, Kyutaromachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka

By Train
・1 min. on foot from Honmachi Sta. (Exit 13), served by subways of the Midosuji, Chuo, and Yotsubashi lines
・11 min. by train from Shin-Osaka Sta. to Honmachi Sta. on Midosuji Line (or 15 min. by car from Shin-Osaka Sta.)
By Car
・Approx. 6 min. from Honmachi Exit on Hanshin Expressway
From Airports
・About. 45 min. from Itami Airport to Honmachi Sta. by monorail (transfer at Senri Chuo Sta.) and Midosuji Line
・Approx. 50 min. from Kansai International Airport to Honmachi Sta. by JR Limited Express Haruka (transfer at Tennoji Sta.) and Midosuji Line

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