General sales of regional tour passport “SEKAI PASS” started.

2020.03.01

SEKAI PASS is a regional tour passport that allows you to blend into your daily routine and experience everyday.
If you take this SEKAI PASS to the area, you can enjoy a morning at a net cafe, take a bath in a public bath, and enjoy the benefits of SEKAI PASS only at restaurants such as izakaya and okonomiyaki.

Previously, it was sold only to SEKAI HOTEL guests, but the number of guests staying at SEKAI HOTEL around the hotel and asking for more by visiting the SEKAI HOTEL area during the itinerary has increased. We have begun to sell to.
Sales / receipt:SEKAI HOTEL Each front
price:2000円(税別)

How to use SEKAI PASS

After asking for SEKAI PASS at the front desk, you will receive Google Maps that summarizes the affiliated stores that can use SEKAI PASS. It is very convenient because it is a map that shows the location of the store and the contents of the service. In addition, the staff who is familiar with the daily life of the area can ask you how to spend your time, so if you have any concerns, ask the staff at the hotel front desk.
Then, when you arrive at the partner store, you can use the service by presenting the SEKAI PASS to the store first.

Usually 7 takoyaki are 10!
Handmade Japanese confectionery experience at a long-established Japanese confectionery shop that lasts 150 years

Overview of SEKAI HOTEL

>SEKAI HOTEL official site

Hotel Location:
-SEKAI HOTEL Nishikujo
(1-16-16 Nishikujo, Konohana-ku, Osaka-shi)
-SEKAI HOTEL Fuse
(1-19-1 Ashiro, Higashiosaka City, Osaka Prefecture)
-SEKAI HOTEL Takaoka
(Takaoka City, Toyama / Coming Soon)

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