Question: Is Nishinari dangerous?

Nishinari is a ramshackle slum filled with ragtag vagrants and dangerous criminals — at least, thats what the Osaka locals will have you think. Tourists, on the other hand, view it as a backpackers paradise packed with cheap hotels and Airbnbs conveniently positioned near tourist attractions like the Shinsekai area.

What is the most dangerous part of Japan?

7 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in JapanKabukicho, Tokyo. Kabukicho is the largest red light district in the world. Kamagasaki, Osaka. Kamagasaki (also known as Airinchiku) is Japans largest slum. Roppongi, Tokyo. Shinsekai, Osaka. Susukino, Sapporo. Nakasu, Fukuoka. Ueno, Tokyo. 16 Things To Do In Japan This August. •Apr 9, 2009

Is Osaka Japan dangerous?

According to the Japanese people, Osaka is considered a dangerous city. Nevertheless, the fact that the overall level of crime is as low, foreign travelers will certainly find it less dangerous than many European or U.S cities of that size.

Why is Japan so dangerous?

Japan has its fair share of natural disasters, including earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, typhoons and landslides. Certain parts of the country are more prone to natural disasters. The northeast is more likely to encounter earthquakes, and Okinawa, Hokkaido and Kyushuu are more prone to typhoons.

What country has the most homeless?

Philippines 1. Manila, Philippines. The most homeless city in the world is Manila, Philippines with 3.1 million people, with 70,000 of them being children. Homelessness is a large problem across all of the Philippines with one-fourth of the the overall population living in poverty.

How dangerous is Japan?

Crime. Although Japan is considered a very safe destination for tourists, you should still use your common sense to avoid trouble. We recommend a few simple precautions to keep you safe on your travels: Avoid going out by yourself at night to quiet or unlit areas, especially when you dont know your way around.

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