One of the most popular areas of Osaka and a great place to visit if you want to taste delicious Japanese cuisine or do some souvenir…
This district is the place to go for people who love electronic gadgets or collectables.
The beautiful castle with a spectacular tower is located in the heart of Osaka.
2.5-kilometers-long, this roofed shopping street is crammed with dozens of small stores selling virtually anything imaginable.
Designed by Gaetano Pesce in 1989, this unusual and imposing building has its wall covered with flower pots with plants - there are more…
Universal Studios in Japan is one of only four theme parks the studios own across the whole world.
More than 170 meters tall and 40 storeys high, this architectural wonder is one of the most imposing sights in Osaka.
The largest Korean Town in Japan, this fascinating district is truly a city within a city.
This green spot situated in the heart of Osaka surrounds the Osaka Castle and serves as a place of relaxation and rest for the citizens, as…
One of the oldest Buddhist temples in Japan. The temple was completely rebuilt in 1963, but it still retains its former charm.
One of the most popular aquariums in the world. It is home to more than 15 tanks, each representing a different region with various kinds of…
This famous mall and the surrounding shopping district have a long tradition.
If you're looking for the freshest ingredients, this is the place to go. Whether it's meat, vegetables, fish, eggs, they have it all.
A very atmospheric part of Osaka, this district was built in style of Western cities, mainly Paris and New York.
Opened in 1997, this giant Ferris wheel is more than 110 meters high and has a diameter of 100 meters.
This aqua bus offers unusual way of sightseeing Osaka, you can take an hour long ride and explore Osaka from the river.
This unique museum is dedicated to one of the most popular food in Japan - takoyaki - a traditional dish consisting of dumplings filled…
Known simply as Peace Osaka, this museum is focused on Osaka's destruction during the WWII.
Supposedly dating back to the 12th century, this charming shrine is dedicated to the Shinto god Inari.
Situated in the Tempozan shopping mall, this facility is, in fact, an unusual theme park focused on local food.
Aleph, formerly Aum Shinrikyo, is a Japanese doomsday cult founded by Shoko Asahara in 1987.