More than 170 meters tall and 40 storeys high, this architectural wonder is one of the most imposing sights in Osaka.
If you are a Pokémon fan, this is the place not to miss. Bring your kids, collect stickers and buy some toys and merchandise such as shirts…
Founded in the 10th century, this is the most famous Tenjin shrine in Japan.
Easily recognizable thanks to its bright red color, this 75-meter-tall Ferris wheel is situated on the top of the Hep Five shopping mall.
A visit to this museum is like a trip back in time. Being home to re-created historical buildings and streets, it shows the traditional way…
Founded in 1989, this fascinating science museum displays lots of interactive exhibitions, with each floor focused on a different theme.
Established in 1997, this entertaining museum is focused mainly on educating kids in an engaging way.
Opened in 1971, this fascinating museum describes coin production in Japan.
A Neo-Renaissance building made of red bricks that serves as a concert hall. It is decorated with remarkable ceiling paintings.
A huge department store with shops of all kinds - shop for clothes, cosmetics, interior goods, and food.
The eighth floor of the Hotel Monterey Osaka's rococo exterior sits a strange sight - a recreation of a 14th-century European chapel.
This center is in fact museum where Panasonic group shows new technologies to visitors. You will feel like in future here.
A prefectural library that lies in a beautiful Neo-Baroque style building.
A huge building which houses the city government. Its lobby is decorated with amazing sculptures and stained glass windows.
If looking for a place to buy some books, visit this huge bookshop - a branch of the largest bookstore chain in the country.
The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka is a Japanese art museum and regarded as one of the best ceramic-collections in the world.
Osaka International Convention Center, also known as