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You can get tickets at nearly any convenience store in the nation; although I don't think that any of the kiosks do ticket sales in English. If you have someone who can read Japanese, going to 7/11, Family Mart, etc is the easiest way. This page lists the various ticket outlets.
If by Minami you mean the Southern area of Osaka, in the sense described by Japan Guide, you're probably looking to go to Namba. From Kansai you have a few options, you can take the Nankai-Kuko line, the Nankai Limited Express or JR Kansai Rapid Service. These will cost you anywhere between ¥920 to ¥1400, unless you have the JR pass which makes the trip ...
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