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tequilatamm
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Coin Laundry Osaka

Postby tequilatamm » November 21st, 2012 1:16 pm

Anyone know of a coin laundry near Honmachi in Osaka?

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Re: Coin Laundry Osaka

Postby mmmason8967 » November 22nd, 2012 7:30 am

tequilatamm wrote:Anyone know of a coin laundry near Honmachi in Osaka?

Google does. :)

Here is Google Maps using search term コインランドリー near Honmachi, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It looks like there are about half a dozen within about half a mile.

Hope that helps!

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tequilatamm
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Re: Coin Laundry Osaka

Postby tequilatamm » November 22nd, 2012 5:40 pm

Thanks for your reply, but googling with the exact search term you note was the first thing I did.

The closest one is a 14 minute walk from our hotel... not on a train line, so that's 14 minutes walking with laundry.

Not ruling it out, that's what rolling suitcases or taxis are for.

Was hoping someone in the area knew of something closer, that is not on the map.

We're staying at the St Regis.

I posted on the "living in Japan" forum, because locals living in the area are more likely to know something like this!

Thanks anyway, for the help. I'm sure your post will help someone else in the future anyway!

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Re: Coin Laundry Osaka

Postby community.japanese » December 7th, 2012 2:50 pm

tequilatamm-san,
Kon'nichiwa.
I also looked for information, but it seems there's no coin laundry near your hotel... :(
Did you ask at your hotel?

Natsuko(奈津子),
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