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Central Osaka Hotel Review | APA Higobashi
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  1. ONLY in JAPAN * GO says:

    This is not a political video but if you feel strongly about how the CEO thinks, I will not delete your comment here if it is respectful. This is a typical Japanese business room and I stayed here because 1) I’ve stayed here for years in Osaka and it’s good enough for me 2) it was across the street from a location I filmed and ultra convenient. I really don’t need an excuse but if you feel strongly, express yourself if you like. I like positive stories and where I stay for a couple of nights doesn’t mean I support the CEO. I clearly don’t. I also support the staff, the jobs it creates, the local businesses around the hotel etc. in the end, you have to be yourself 🙂 Sincerely, John

  2. Ultra says:

    I didn’t stay at APA last year due to the tiny rooms; stayed at two Richmond hotels in Tokyo which were quite comfy, with Don Quijote downstairs for late night snacks. A bit more than the shoebox hotels but still affordable.

  3. Steven 8-Stones says:

    John thank you, good informative stream and i mite think about staying there on my next trip
    And thx for the inside info!
    Cant wait for your next stream or episode!!!

  4. NotMyRealName says:

    Thank you for the video John. I actually will be staying in the yamagata apa hotel less than a week from now, so this was super useful to know and at the right time.

    Too bad I didn't cross paths with you in kyoto yesterday, would have been great to have a chat!

  5. The Last Neanderthal says:

    Jesus, auntie Gertha couldn’t definitely fit on that room. You would have to get the fire department to extract her.
    On the other hand, I have stayed on rooms crappier then that while in Manhattan.
    Congrats on your wedding.

  6. Irvan says:

    Hello John. Thanks for this hotel review. I was at the APA hotel in Shinsaibashi this past weekend and they were great. Yes, there are books in there from the CEO with his revisionist views. To me, everyone has they're own opinions of things. This doesn't prevent me from staying at their property. They're quick and efficient. If everyone was so concerned about their politics, there would be many places many people wouldn't stay in. Marriott, Hilton and Hyatt have been known to be racist. Does that prevent me from staying there? No!! Just like you said, I'm there to support the staff and the jobs it creates for people.

  7. Florence Leow says:

    Hi John! 😁 Thank you for the review of this APA hotel room. I will be in Tokyo from 17th to 22nd May 2018 and will be staying at Apa Hotel & Resort Nishi-shinjuku Gochome Eki Tower (which is on top of the Oedo 'pink' subway station line).

    🙋‍♀️Thanks to your review of the room. Now I have a better idea of what to expect!! I am super-excited to go to Japan. Heh😎. Have saved up and prepared a budget to spend on gifts, food etc.

    Thank You for all your videos. You are the main Youtuber who have taught me alot about Japan and its culture, way of life and practices. Take care and wishing you all the best:)

    ● I will be walking into Takeshita street and taking the shortcut you have shown us. I have also noted and mapped down all the major iconic places you have been to. Domo arigato for everything:) 谢谢您!

    Florence Leow
    Singapore🌸🌸🌸

  8. SCAREMEISTER says:

    that hotel is the lowest limit of tolerance. Next time John I suggest staying at Hotel Shinsaibashi Lions Rock. Its where the checkin is done by a rabbit, and the rooms are FAR better than where you are at for near the same price. APA closet is not fun or good at all.

  9. Richard Nasluchacz says:

    Hi John, your hotel room brought back memories of an educational trip I took to Tokyo. Mine was a bit larger, being for two, but was set up very similarly. However, your bed looked a little more comfortable. We stayed across the street from the Shinegawa station. Sorry if my spelling is off. I have been watching you almost daily, catching up on both your channels on my YouTube app on Apple TV. I have been recovering from a hip replacement surgery and enjoyed watching your shows between PT sessions.

    I’d love to return to Tokyo and prefer your non-tourist approach to seeing the city. If I get a chance, I’d love bumping into you, and your wife, or Peter, as I’ve enjoyed so many hours these last 6 weeks. I took your advise and subscribed to his channel also. I’m in Riverside, California, about 1/2 way between LA and Palm Springs, so I don’t often get to see live streaming. I finally did for a few moments last week. Thanks fir keeping me company!

    Cheers, Richard

  10. Xcaliber Trekker says:

    Good to know you are still working on the main channel  its been so long I thought maybe you decided to wind it down.  I know you have been really busy the last month or so it is only natural.  Looking forward to the next one.

  11. V P says:

    These deniers mainly do it to hurt others. Whether true or not, in this day and age, when people bring such subjects openly into the public realm, we can be sure they are not normal human beings.

  12. T T. says:

    We stayed at APA Hotel Higobashi Bridge last month. Strange to you, John is overlapping with action. Several days after I went to relatives in Kyoto you went to Kyoto. When I went to Tottori to see a child, you went there at the same time and I will go to Bandai Atami with friends of Fukushima a few days later and you will go to a hot spring. I am not going around Japan at work. I am Japanese ordinary housewife.

  13. Tekhelet75 says:

    I refused to stay at the APA hotels, during my trip to Japan in December and January. Their denial of the Japan military war crimes in China, being the reason. I spent my money in a more expensive Japanese branded hotel. Happy to do so. Money is not an issue. Too bad APA went that route.

  14. Deanna 808 says:

    I’ve paid nearly $200/ni at APA near Kyoto station. Yes convenient location but you might try Villa Fontaine, also a business hotel, nearly a look alike of APA. But the one near Kayabacho station felt better than APA Kyoto. 😉

  15. itisbubbletea says:

    Yes, my family refuse to use APA hotels because of the political views of their president. Saving money isn't everything. Thankfully there are other options

  16. AvaFay Iliza says:

    Although the one time I stayed at an APA it was really nice for the price, after I found out about the politics of the higher ups, I refuse to ever stay at another APA.

  17. ajl1239 says:

    I stayed at the APA Shinjuku Kabukichō Tower and was blown away by the view from my room, but the political books were really weird and the WiFi was absolutely awful. Shocking that a brand new hotel in Tokyo would have WiFi that barely worked. (Honestly, the "China porn" thing seems like an excuse for APA not wanting to invest in proper bandwidth and networking services.) In any event, I paid $80 to stay in a modern hotel — onsen on the top floor — with a cozy bed and a fantastic bathroom. That room would have cost like $200 (plus tax) in NYC.

  18. HONG says:

    Because of the political stand and view of the APA Hotel owner,
    I DO NOT STAY AT APA HOTEL CHAIN.
    I even pay extra to live at a nearby hotel while I'm at Kyoto.
    Still, love the show.

  19. Brian says:

    I stayed one night at Hotel Nihonbashi Villa, in Tokyo, this past September and the room layout was exactly like this. I wonder if APA used to own that hotel in the past. The only difference was that I was given an "old fashioned key" rather than a keycard. I remember that hotel gave me a smoking room filled with cigarette smoke. Very unpleasant as I don't even smoke but a lot of Japanese, or Asians in general, do. When I checked out of that hotel the next morning, I was very glad to get out of there.

  20. msrjjon says:

    Due to the politics of the company and its owners, I could not stay in an APA hotel. Question John: does a company or organization's views influence where and how you spend your travel dollars or do you not let that come into play and go strictly by economics/budget?

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