Osaka Internet Cafe Accommodation

A great way to save money.  Starting from an unbelievable 750 yen, internet cafes are a great way to stay a night or two in a central area.  Probably much comfier than what you are used to back home, they are often the best way to stay the night downtown.  They are also great if you have missed your last train.

Staying the night at an internet cafe is easy.  Pictures menus show what is available and there is usually an English translation to help. Prices may vary a little depending on the location.  Check out our map below for locations.

Internet Cafes can get very busy at the weekend. Therefore, we highly recommend saving the map below, or printing it out in case your internet cafe gets full up.

Map

MediaCafe Popeye (メディアカフェポパイ)

A well-known chain with a great selection of comics, videos and games for you to enjoy for free. Booths are usually available and showers are provided.

‘Night Pack’ Open Seat Prices: 780 yen for 5 hours, 1560 yen for 10 hours.

‘Night Pack’ Private Booth Prices: 980 yen for 5 hours, 1860 yen for 10 hours.  Other options available.

bagus_logosmallBagus Gran Cyber Cafe (グランサイバーカフェバグース)

These internet cafes are always very quiet and clean.  You can have your own little booth, just sleep in a lazyboy chair or sometimes use a private room.  Usually with a shower room and a nice bathroom to use.

‘Night Pack’ Private Booth Prices: 950 yen for 5 hours, 1550 yen for 8 hours.  Other options available.

manboo_logoManboo Internet Comic Cafe (マンガ喫茶マンボー)

The largest internet cafe chain.  Prices are some of the best, but as there are so many lights it’s more difficult to get to sleep.  Usually with a shower room and bathroom, sometimes massage and beauty services also available.  Private rooms occasionally available.

‘Open Seat’ Prices: 750 yen for 5 hours, 980 yen for 7 hours, 1290 yen for 10 hours.

Private Booth Prices: 980 yen for 5 hours, 1200 yen for 7 hours, 1780 yen for 10 hours.  Other options available.

Get English listings, directions and info on how to stay in a net café with my new budget travel book!

Perfect for backpackers, budget travelers, families on a tight budget, students and those who are new to Japan.

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