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Shin Osaka - Esaka intro. On one side of the river from downtown Osaka is the Shin Osaka new city district. Its train station is the only point in the city where Japan's Shinkansen high-speed trains stop, making this district an important area for travellers. From Shin Osaka, it's very easy to get to the rest of the city using the subway, commuter trains or buses. As one of the most important and busiest train stations in the city, it offers visitors a large selection of places to eat, drink and shop. Hotels in Shin Osaka are geared primarily towards businesspeople and Japanese travellers who want a convenient place to rest. There are a number of interesting tourist attractions within walking distance of this district, including the popular Nakanoshima Park and the Shinto shrines of Shitenno-ji and Sumiyoshi Taisha. For travellers in search of a central convenient place to stay while in Japan's second-largest city, Shin Osaka is a good choice.