Here you can have 3 experience to get to know locals. First is the main, cleanup activity with Locals. You are going to walk around this local area and pick up garbage on the street. You can feel your heart is getting clean through this activity. Additionally you can get opportunities to talk with locals who doing shops and cafe during this activity. And I'm going to guide this area too. Second is you can enter the building I start hostel business. Unique thing is this building is still under construction, but you can take a look inside for only this time. I'm explain how is like the inside room. And we can take picture in side building under construction. For the last, we are going to eat lunch to the recommended cafe which local people manage. There ware unique cafe and restaurant in this area. The one of those, the cafe which has Tavel concept.Traveler tend to visit this cafe. I take you there. You can talk with owner and others.
I'm entrepreneur, a hotel manager, and have experience planning events. I've set up a website where I introduce the city and let people know what I'm doing. The thing I want to implement through LINDA HOSTEL 106 is "to increase the traveler who get to like Japan, Osaka". For that, I keep creating wealthy encounters for traveler who visited here. I thought this through the experience of studying abroad in America and travel around some country. And I realized "The memory that made by the encounters during traveling lead to someone somewhere and it spread to all over the world" I would like to provide the opportunity that traveler from over the world meet with new people at Osaka and have interactions and get friends and get the valuable memory. And then the cycle of meeting like that they get to like each country at LINDA HOSTEL 106.
Lunch please pay for lunch for each. Because depends on cafe or restaurant, payment fee is different.
The Tenjinbashi and Nakazaki areas embody the city's culture. They're full of old Japanese-style cafés and Japanese pubs. Nakazaki has lots of unique, picturesque spots, and vintage clothing shops. Tenroku has the longest Japanese market in Japan, where you can get traditional local food.
Join us cleanup activity with local