Shin-Osaka Station Restaurant Guide

Shin-Osaka Station is one of the main train stations for the citizens of Osaka and is used by many people every day.The station is the terminus of the Tokaido Shinkansen (bullet train) line which extends to the Kanto Region (Tokyo), as well as the starting point of the Sanyo Shinkansen line (to Fukuoka) and the Kyushu Shinkansen line (to Kagoshima).As a result, there are many trains leaving from and arriving at Shin-Osaka Station.In addition, the main line of the JR Tokaido line extends here, and there are many trains running in the direction of either Kyoto or Kobe, including local and express trains.The Osaka Municipal Subway also extends from here, and nearby Umeda is only 3 stations away.There are also many conventional rail lines that depart and arrive from Shin-Osaka Station, including the express train to Kansai International Airport, known as "Haruka", the Kinokuni line to Wakayama, the "Konotori" limited express to the resort towns of Fukuchiyama and Kinosaki Onsen, and the limited express "Super Hakuto" which extends to Tottori.In addition, while not yet realized, there are plans to extend various other lines as well.Inside the station, there are many restaurants and souvenir shops.Typical of Osaka, the restaurants serving kushikatsu (skewered meat) or takoyaki (octopus dumplings) have long lines with many people, including businessmen.Inside the station, there are amenities such as a post office, a travel company, and even a rent-a-cycle service.

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