Known to have one of the highest real-estate values in Osaka, the Hilton Plaza West Office Tower is full of luxury and has an impressive architecture. The building contains several prestigious designer brand stores and a range of cafés and top restaurants. The office floors are occupied by an impressive tenant list and are also equipped with conference rooms for large seminars. With no doubt this building is the most prestigious building in central Osaka.
The location has perfect transportation access. The Hilton Plaza West Office Tower is directly connected to JR Osaka station, notably the biggest public transportation hub of Osaka. With six other train and subway lines connected at this station, getting around Osaka and the entire Kansai area has never been easier. Even for further travel destinations, there is a limousine bus stop right next to our building that can take to you to both domestic and international airports.
From Kansai Internatioal Airport: 40 min by Kansai Airport Rapid Service to Osaka Station, 70 min by Airport Limousine bus to Herbis Osaka(basement in Nishi-Umeda Station).
From Osaka International Airport (Itami Airport) :10 min by Monorail to Hotarugaike Station, 15 min by Hankyu Takarazuka Line Limited Express from Hotarugaike Station to Umeda/Nishi-Umeda Station, 60 min by Airport Limousine bus to Herbis Osaka.
Directly connected Exit 4B of Nishi-Umeda Station on Yotsubashi Line,
2 min walk from Sakurabashi Exit of Osaka Station on JR Line,
155 min by Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Shin-Osaka Station,
155 min by Shinkansen from Hakata Station to Shin-Osaka Station,
7 min by Subway Midosuji Line from Shin-Osaka Station to Umeda Station
Osaka, Umeda Station Bus Terminal (5 min walk): City Route Buses, Express Buses, Airport Limousine buses and other multiple routes available.
Direct access to:
Recommended lunch places:
IL PINOLO (Italian)
Tel +81 6 6342 0080
Tel +81 6 6342 5657
GINZA KURAUDO (Japanese)
Tel +81 6 6345 1356
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