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The Osaka Station is a major railway station located in Kita-ku, a ward in the Japanese city of Osaka. Situated in the heart of the Umeda district, the station is part of the primary rail terminal of the city in the north and is served by several local and interregional trains (although this does not include the shinkansen). While the station is served only by the Osaka Loop Line and the JR Kobe/Kyoto Lines, Osaka functions as a departure point for the JR Takarazuka Line service. Osaka Station also offers connections to different trains bound for other parts of the country, such as Nara, Wakayama, and Hokuriku.
In the past, the old station was extremely cramped and obscure, a far cry from what it is now. However, the area underwent an extensive and complete renovation and was reopened in 2011 as Osaka Station City, which has been called one of Japan’s most beautiful stations. The station is easily recognizable for its gigantic glass roof that extends over the train tracks. Apart from being one of the country’s most important stations, Osaka Station is also a hub for recreation and entertainment. The complex is filled with shops, restaurants, and other amenities that locals and tourists can enjoy.
Fun fact: The stations Osaka and Umeda, which belong to the same complex, make up the busiest railway station in Western Japan and ranks fourth busiest railway in the world, serving over 2 million passengers on a daily basis.
The Osaka Station is a major northern transportation hub for those traveling throughout the Kansai Region, particularly for travelers entering into the city of Osaka, a top tourist destination in Japan. Here are some of the top things to do in and around the Osaka Station:
Get your shopping fix at the Lucua complex, found at the North Gate building
Explore six stories of electronic gadgets and accessories at Yodabashi Camera
Ride the 106-meter tall HEP FIVE Ferris wheel and get great views of Osaka
Climb the Umeda Sky Building to get a panoramic view of the city
Check out the trendy Grand Front mall for some shopping and dining
Create your own takoyaki at Takonotetsu, a restaurant made famous by Anthony Bourdain
Catch your own Pikachu at the Pokemon Center
Experience the city’s vibrant nightlife in spots such as Piccadilly Club and Dfloor
Enjoy some peace and quiet at the Nakanoshima-koen Park
Appreciate some fine ceramics at the Museum of Oriental Ceramics
Visit Shin-Umeda Shokudogai and find some hole-in-the-wall eateries that serve local favorites
Visit the Whity Umeda underground shopping mall for some great finds
Japan Railways (JR)
Bus 88, 75, 62
Osaka Station is one of Japan’s busiest stations, especially during peak rush hours, when locals move around a lot to get to and from work. In such a fast-paced city, the last thing you need is to be caught in a busy crowd with heavy luggage. To avoid any hassle, use Bounce’s storage services around Osaka. With multiple partners near Osaka Station and in other key parts of the city, you can easily store your things for hours or days at a time.
Bounce knows how important it is to travel light, especially in such a busy city like Osaka. We have partnered with numerous local businesses and establishments around Osaka Station to provide you with temporary storage during your trip. Bounce is the ideal solution for city dwellers and frequent travelers. You can count on Bounce to take the burden off you.
Luggage Storage near National Museum of Art Osaka
Whether you’re a lover of art or not, you will enjoy a visit to the National Museum of Art Osaka (NMAO). Situated underground in Kita district’s Nakanoshima Island, the museum has an incredible collection of contemporary artworks and pieces. Admire the talent of renowned local and international artists such as Pablo Picasso, Yayoi Kusama, Paul Cezanne, Andy Warhol, Max Ernst, Tsuguharu Foujita, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, and Tadanori Yokoo, to name a few.
The collection comprises of about 6,100 individual works, most of which are post-war art, across different mediums such as paintings, graphic designs, and sculptures. The museum’s displays and exhibits change frequently, but you can check out their exhibition schedule in advance if you want to see a particular artwork or artist. Guests are not allowed to bring oversized bags or backpacks inside the galleries. Instead, search for a Bounce partner nearby and drop off your things there.
Luggage Storage near Tenjinbashi-suji Shopping Street
Located in the Kita district of Osaka, the Tenjinbashi-suji Shopping Street is one of the most popular shopping streets (“shotengai” in Japanese) not just in the city but in the entire country of Japan. The street extends to an incredible 2.5 kilometers and is lined with more than 600 different shops and eateries. As a top tourist destination in Osaka, it’s no secret that the shopping street has evolved to cater to visitors' tastes and needs. However, there are still plenty of establishments that provide a local and more authentic feel. A blend of traditional and modern, the area is a great way to spend your day not just shopping and eating but also getting a sneak peek into one of the city’s oldest merchant districts. You can easily spend an entire day walking and exploring the area.
Luggage Storage near Osaka Tenmangu Shrine
Are you getting sensory overload from Tenjinbashi-suji Shopping Street? If you’re overwhelmed and wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the area, head over to the nearby Osaka Tenmangu Shrine, one of Osaka’s most significant religious institutions. The quiet and tranquil space was founded in the 10th century and is home to the deity of scholarship – Sugawara no Michizane. It’s a popular location for prayer, especially for students who are hoping to get good results in their studies. If you happen to be visiting Osaka in July, don’t miss out on the Tenjin Matsuri festival held at the shrine. Both locals and tourists gather to celebrate and watch the spectacular fireworks display. Since the shrine is considered a sacred place, it’s best to not have your luggage with you when entering. Find a Bounce location near the shrine and deposit your items there.
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The price for luggage storage near Osaka Station is just ¥600/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations in the Osaka Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Kansai International Airport, Hommachi, and Osaka International Airport and all over Osaka.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Osaka Station.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Osaka Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Osaka Station and in the broader Osaka area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Osaka Station are Hard Rock Cafe, 551 Horai, and Elk.
Check out the nearby Osaka Castle Park, Nakanoshima Park, and Ōgimachi Park.
While nearby, you can check out National Museum of Art, Panasonic Center Osaka, and 湯木美術館.