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    What We Love About Osaka

    Visit Osaka, the second largest metropolis after Tokyo, for some good food, scenic sights, and great fun! Discover the historical Osaka Castle, the impressive structure of the Umeda Sky Building, or one of the world's largest Aquariums – Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan. If you're up for great food, head down to Dōtonbori street and savor popular Japanese street food like takoyaki, yakitori, and okonomiyaki. Capture moments with the iconic Glico Man sign that has mesmerized tourists and locals for decades. For that extra touch of magic, enter Universal Studios Japan and see why it's one of the most-visited theme parks in the world. Raise a glass of butterbeer at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and explore Osaka's finest!

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    Things to Do and See in Osaka

    A bright and lively city just one shinkansen ride from Japan’s capital, Osaka is known for its food, fun, and sightseeing charms. Whether you’re looking for a family adventure, a stunning viewpoint of the city, or a feast of mouth-watering street food, we’ve got you covered with the best and coolest things to do in Osaka!

    Universal Studios Japan

    Enter the exciting world of Universal Studios Japan, a theme park with world-famous rides, shows, and restaurants! Relive your favorite movies with popular attractions such as Minion Park, The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man, and Jaws. Feel the magic in the air at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, where you can walk the streets of Hogsmeade and even perform spells with your wand. This is a perfect place for kids and kids at heart!

    Dōtonbori

    One place that should be on your bucket list in Osaka is the iconic shopping and entertainment street of Dōtonbori. See the symbol of the city, the running Glico Man, and other bright neon lights that keep the street full of life until night time. This place is a hotspot for travelers looking to get a taste of Japan, where you can get cheap shopping finds at Don Quijote or try the tastiest street food such as the soft and chewy takoyaki, deep-fried kushikatsu, and world-famous Kobe beef!

    Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan

    See the wonders of nature when you visit Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, the world’s largest aquarium. Get up close and personal to the breathtaking marine life as you observe hundreds of species including whale sharks, colorful schools of fish, and seals. You also have the opportunity to touch or feed some creatures, see the beautiful night display, and immerse yourself in the interactive exhibits. This attraction is also close to the Tempozan Giant Ferris Wheel, where you can take in gorgeous views of the city.

    Shinsaibashi

    Spend your day getting lost in Shinsaibashi, Osaka’s main shopping area for almost 400 years among both locals and tourists. Get ready to shop ‘til you drop at the 580-meter street of Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade, where you can find everything from high-end brands to great bargains of clothes, shoes, cosmetics, and other miscellaneous items! After shopping, refill your energy with delicious Japanese snacks from the cafes and restaurants.

    Tsutenkaku

    Marvel at the 100-meter Tsutenkaku Tower standing over the Shinsekai district. This structure is an iconic symbol in the area covered with bright neon lights that change colors with the weather. You can stand at the observation deck to see sweeping views of the city and learn about the rich history from the exhibits and collections on display. Somewhere within the tower also contains an adorable statue that is said to bring good luck. Find Mr. Billiken, a figure with a wide smile and with both legs facing forward, and touch the back of his feet to bring fortune your way.

    Osaka Castle Park

    With over two square kilometers of green foliage and beautiful cherry blossom or sakura trees, the Osaka Castle Park is truly a sight to behold! The park is the perfect spot to see the historical 5-story Osaka Castle peeking over the lush greeneries and surrounded by fortresses, stone walls, and moats. Tourists enjoy walking around the expansive gardens and learning about its rich history in the castle’s museum, making it one of the top sights in Osaka.

    Tempozan Ferris Wheel

    Go on a 15-minute ride on one of the world’s largest Ferris wheels and marvel at the panoramic views of Osaka! Just a walking distance from the popular Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, the Tempozan Ferris Wheel is a must-stop for those who want to see the city from the sky. If you’re a little more adventurous, you can ride a cabin with glass floors and have the city at your feet. The 112-meter Ferris wheel is a magnificent sight against the sky, especially during sunset or at night when it is illuminated with bright colors.

    Abeno Harukas

    Don’t miss an opportunity to visit Japan’s tallest building, the Abeno Harukas! This houses the largest department store in the country, where you can find almost anything within its 100,000 square meter space. After shopping, visit the art museum to get a glimpse of their collections and temporary exhibits. The most popular attraction in the building is the Harukas 300, an observation deck that has both indoor and outdoor sections overlooking the cityscape. This is a great stop before leaving Osaka, as it is just one bus ride away from Kansai Airport!

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    About Osaka

    Visit Osaka, the second largest metropolis after Tokyo, for some good food, scenic sights, and great fun! Discover the historical Osaka Castle, the impressive structure of the Umeda Sky Building, or one of the world's largest Aquariums – Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan.


    If you're up for great food, head down to Dōtonbori street and savor popular Japanese street food like takoyaki, yakitori, and okonomiyaki. Capture moments with the iconic Glico Man sign that has mesmerized tourists and locals for decades. For that extra touch of magic, enter Universal Studios Japan and see why it's one of the most-visited theme parks in the world. Raise a glass of butterbeer at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and explore Osaka's finest!

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    • Time Zone
      GMT +09:00

    • Currency
      Japanese Yen

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      • APR - MAY

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    What Travellers Think of Osaka

    HSIAOLING
    Published 187 days ago
    The art museum is a bit boring (I am a vulgar with no art cells). The pears are delicious, but unfortunately they do n’t eat well. If you want to climb the sand dunes, you need to think about what shoes to wear. It is difficult to climb in sports shoes. I wear baby shoes but the sand is very hot. Seeing the group next door and the leader told them to bring slippers, but it seems not very good to climb. If you have no exercise habits, it is recommended not to climb. It is good to look at the starting point. On the return journey, a sense of dynamism emerged in minutes and seconds. Oh although I seem to be complaining, actually I think that I was very impressed and worthy to go. The leader is very gentle, although I do n’t understand what he says
    JUCHING
    Published 190 days ago
    This can be reached by taking the subway in the urban area of Osaka. You can take a stroll to Tsutenkaku in Ebisu-cho, and then walk to this building and you will see the entrance. You can enter by presenting your voucher! I found out that there is such a large and unique hot spring area in the urban area, but this is separate from men and women. If friends are shy, you don't need to consider it. It is cheaper to buy on KLOOK, and it is still in this tribe. The guest's article saw that discounts and teaching that credit card are more cost-effective. Really there are all gods on the Internet. I used to randomly swipe them. Now I know that I can earn an additional 5% `7% if I use the card. A lot of
    Yan Yu yannis
    Published 233 days ago
    Hiro our tour guide she was very detailed and speaks very good English. Besides giving us very detailed history and culture about Hiroshima and Mijyajima, she also shares with us the lifestyle of Japanese. We opt in the lunch package and it was a good choice. Hiro shows us the traditional way of eating the omiyaki pancake and also shares with us the difference between Hiroshima and Osaka pancake. We also manage to spend some time getting to know Hiro and the pancake seller personally. Overall it was really a good choice , highly recommended for this!!
    SHEKFAI
    Published 165 days ago
    For the first time, take a day trip to Osaka, Japan through Klook. The first attraction is the beautiful thatched cottage. It's a pity that it snowed two days before. The surrounding roofs and farmland are covered with snow, which is beautiful. After that, there were dozens of eagles hovering around the boat in the Igan Bay tour boat, which was a spectacle. Watching Tianqiao stand upside down is really a sight to see the dragon in the sky.
    lai hing cindy
    Published 179 days ago
    A very clean and comfortable place to soak in the hot springs. The outdoor footbath is very beautiful (closed at 10 o'clock). It is a good place for photos. There are restaurants to eat rice (only 2 rooms opened on the day, the price is reasonable). You can't miss it when you go to Osaka . Rock pan salt is charged separately. After 1am, it costs 2,000 yen per person.
    MENG CHUAN
    Published 167 days ago
    On the day of 2/12, the weather in Osaka city was sunny, and it was snowing in Yuzai, but the park on the mountain was covered with snow a few days ago, which made up for the regret of not seeing the hoarfrost. Beautiful, if you like to watch the lanterns, you can go there. The whole journey is too long. It is recommended that the trip from Nagoya is more suitable.

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