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Theme Park
“This sprawling theme park dedicated to popular American movies features rides & live entertainment. The way the park is built in a meticulous manner and pulls you into its magic very well.”
  • Yerel halktan 319 kişi öneriyor
Zoo
“The vast park of about 11 hectares have been bred about 200 species, 900 points of the animal, we are focusing on the breeding of rare animals.”
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Şato
“You can go directly from Momotani Station to the nearest station in Osaka Castle. It's very easy to move around!”
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Yiyecek
“ABOUT KUROMON MARKET Kuromon Ichiba Fish Market is located in the center of Osaka, Minami. The most famous fish at Kuromon Market are the conger pike in summer and Fugu in winter. At least 10% of the seafood shop in Kuromon specialize in Fugu and Hamo. A lively and roofed market which stretches about 580m, there are about 150 shops and is always bustling with people. This market has everything you want. From fresh seafood, blow fish and soft shelled turtle specialty shops, to restaurants, fruit and vegetables shops, butchers, pickled goods, dried food, Japanese sweets and Western cakes. Kuromon Market is full of great energy, with local tantalizing sights and aromas – you will never be bored strolling down this street. Kuromon Ichiba is a perfect place to enjoy Tabe Aruki, a culture of Osaka where we eat as we stroll. Experience Osaka’s Kuidaore, meaning eat till you faint food menus available here. Enjoy seafood skewers at the fish shop, or have some fresh fruit juice from fruit shop, or try delicious matcha soft ice-cream at the tea shop. You wont be able to resist the mouth watering aroma from the local shops, stalls and eateries. You’ll fall in love with the charm and fun of Kuromon Ichiba. Prepare to eat until you’ve had enough when you visit Kuromon Market. ”
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“That is the tallest building in Japan. There are many restaurants and shops in the building! Please go there by all by all means!”
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Udon Restoranı
“It’s the most famous street in Osaka. You can eat a lot of delicious food here. You’ll have an unforgettable experience. ”
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“― Namba Parks ―   A commercial complex where more than 200 stores gather, including restaurants, cafes, boutiques, interiors, miscellaneous goods, and Osaka City's largest Sigma Complex. The Parks Garden, where the greenery extends from the 3rd floor to the 9th floor, is planted with about 235 kinds of seasonal plants and about 40,000 plants. The south side of the building floor is connected to a large electronics retailer, Yamada Denki, and the north side is connected to Nankai Namba Station.”
  • Yerel halktan 179 kişi öneriyor
Anıt / Kent Simgesi
“Tsutenkaku is a tower and well-known landmark of Osaka, Japan and advertises Hitachi.  This observation tower  is located in the Shinsekai district(New World in English), an interesting sightseeing area.  Its total height is 103 m; the main observation deck is at a height of 91 m. the Tsutenkaku was inspired by the Eiffel tower inParis. Inside is enshrined Billiken, the God of Happiness  The statue of Billiken became closely associated with the tower and is a popular symbol of good luck.  It is possible to reach both Namba and Shinsaibashi from Shinsekai. It takes about 15 minutes by train.  At night, The tower will light up, which shows a different color set for every two month The color at the top of the tower changes depending on weather forecast for tomorrow. If its sunny, it will be white, cloudy is orange, rainy is blue.    And the clock on the east side of the tower is said to be the biggest in Japan. The fee to go to the top is 500 yen. This where you want to go to see in Osaka, Japan. ”
  • Yerel halktan 231 kişi öneriyor
Aquarium
“The largest class of world, aquarium. The concept is “Ring of Fire” and “Ring of Life”. It is a facility that recreates the Pacific Ocean ocean with a huge aquarium and dramatically changed the impression of a traditional aquarium. This facility is located in Tempozan Harbor Village. There are other facilities such as Tempozan Marketplace and Osaka Cultural Hall designed by Tadao Ando. ”
  • Yerel halktan 178 kişi öneriyor
Buddhist Temple
“Here's Kinkakuji Temple which is called The golden Pavilion. Covered in glittering gold leaf, the pavilion dazzles admirers as it shimmers in the sunlight over its mirroring pond. Both the temple and its delightful Zen stroll garden are a must visit location for any visitor to Kyoto. You can visit Kinkakuji for 30 min by bus from Unagi Inn”
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Discount Store
“You can buy something cheap. You should take a train to go Shinsaibashi from Kitahama station.”
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Komedi Kulübü
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“Namba Grand Kagetsu (NGK) Theater is the headquarters of Yoshimoto, a universal brand of Japanese comedy. Opened in 1987, this large-scale entertainment hall equipped with the latest theatrical innovations revolutionized the image of playhouses at the time. Ever since, it has been providing audiences with heartfelt laughter and good times. Not only comedy but also special programs such as song and acrobatics are often included. The theater puts on performances all year round without any days off. 3-minute walk from Namba Station on Osaka Metro Midosuji Line and Nankai Railway 吉本タレントや芸人による漫才や落語が上演されており、同劇場の目玉ともいえる「吉本新喜劇」も、連日の上演されています。吉本興業創業100周年を機に、リニューアルオープンし、大阪の味・名産品の店舗も充実しており、お笑いを楽しむだけでなく、食べて、体験できるプランなども用意しています。 Osaka Metro御堂筋線、南海「難波駅」より徒歩3分”
  • Yerel halktan 119 kişi öneriyor
Sublocality Level 2
“Osaka Castle, or “Osaka-jo” in Japanese, is certainly one of the most famous landmarks in Japan, and for good reason. This five-story castle is one of the most visually spectacular creations in the country, with a history that dates back almost 450 years! One of the most fascinating features of Japanese culture is the sheer breadth of its rich history – across the country there are thousands of shrines, temples and castles dating back literally hundreds of years, each with an interesting story to tell. Year-round, travellers from within Japan and abroad make pilgrimages to many of these cultural landmarks to either pay respects, learn about Japanese history, or merely appreciate the stunningly intricate architecture for which Japan is globally renowned. Osaka Castle, or “Osaka-jo” in Japanese, is certainly one of the most famous landmarks in Japan, and for good reason. This five-story castle is one of the most visually spectacular creations in the country, with a history that dates back almost 450 years! Built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi In 1583, Hideyoshi Toyotomi (1537-1598), a powerful feudal lord and warrior during the Sengoku period, built Osaka Castle during a period of unrest which had followed numerous wars over the previous decades. Obsessed with gold, Hideyoshi insisted that gold be applied to much of the castle’s interior furnishing, with this motif also appearing on the exterior awnings to this day. Upon completion, Hideyoshi held the castle as a stronghold, which led to a secession of the wars that were raging in Japan at that time – essentially unifying the country and bringing temporary peace. As history tends to prove, peace did not last forever, and numerous wars broke out over the coming centuries. Osaka Castle was destroyed and rebuilt numerous times, and not always by war – in 1665 the main castle tower was in fact destroyed by fire as a result of a lightning storm. After this period the castle stood for another 200 years, before again being destroyed during the Boshin War. The most recent (and hopefully permanent) iteration of Osaka Castle was reconstructed in 1928, and while it did suffer some minor damage during World War II, the main structure lived on, and after being recognised as a “Historic Site” by the Japanese Government in the 1950s the castle lives on to this day. The current Osaka Castle is a beautiful testament to traditional Japanese architecture, from the subtle balance of colour to the delicate patterns and shapes that adorn each level. Visitors to Osaka Castle can enter inside, which currently operates a historical museum, for a small fee (15 years and younger can enter for free), with group discounts available. On each floor inside the castle are a wide variety of artefacts detailing the extensive history of Osaka and the castle itself. While not all the artefact information is available in English, there are leaflets available that explain much of the exhibits. On the top floor visitors can catch a breathtaking view of the surrounding areas, taking in the parks and cityscapes. Osaka Castle Park While the castle itself is indeed beautiful, the surrounding parks are also worth exploring. Osaka Castle Park was opened in 1931, and has become an incredibly popular destination for its changing foliage in the spring’s ‘sakura’ (cherry blossom) season, as well as the autumn’s ‘koyo’ (falling leaves) season. It is quite easy to spend hours roaming around and enjoying a beautiful day underneath the trees, imagining the amazing things that occurred there in the past. In fact, there are still structures that have managed to escape the wars, having existed intact since the Edo period (1603-1868). Certainly the best views of Osaka Castle can be seen from the parks area, with the structure itself towering over the stunning natural landscape which envelops it. It is even possible to take a short boat ride around the surrounding moat! Osaka Castle is also famous to some for its incredibly well-built stone wall, which is impressive in its sheer size, with an estimated 500,000 to 1 million large stones (up to 12kg) having been used in its construction. The moat walls stand at up to 20 metres tall and 90 metres wide. Access Osaka Castle is surrounded by five different train stations, but the best access is via either Morinomiya or Osakajokoen Station. Coming from either station affords visitors a unique pathway towards the castle through the gardens, and for curious visitors it’s certainly worth arriving by one and departing by the other. It is highly recommended to allocate at least two to three hours at Osaka Castle, which will allow a decent amount of time to really soak in the scenery, from the man-made to the natural. For first-time visitors to the Kansai region of Japan, Osaka Castle is an absolute must-see destination. It is a perfect half-day trip where one can appreciate both serene nature, in the many areas filled with beautiful trees, and marvel at the rich and intriguing history of Osaka. As Hideyoshi would surely appreciate, this experience is certainly worth its weight in gold!”
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Tiyatro
“National Bunraku Theatre plays a significant role in preserving, developing and passing on the traditional art forms of the Kamigata (Osaka-Kyoto), especially the art of Ningyo Joruri Bunraku (puppet drama).”
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“A shopping street that extends about 580 m from north to south.There is mixed from the long-established store of founding several hundred years to the shop which adopted the latest fashion. 南北に約580mつづく商店街。創業数百年の老舗から、最新の流行を取り入れた服飾店までが混在しています。”
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Bina
“you may walk from JR Osaka station. Its high twin building and they have floating garden at top of building. You can join the Osaka view from there.”
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En iyi restoranlar

Ramen Restoranı
“famous for spicy ramen noodle and have a good reputation, especially for foreigners.”
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Gece Kulübü
“If you are clubbed, I suggest to to Giraff, is one of the biggest night club in Japan. It has 4stories with full of club-goer every night! Especially, on the weekend, there are throng amount of hot boys and girls. Just visit there and feel groove with them ;) Note:Do not forget to bring your ID!”
  • Yerel halktan 37 kişi öneriyor
Udon Restoranı
“A famous Udon shop , I love this shop , reasonable price , a lot of variety of food , have new menu according the season, must must go and try even you need to wait.believe me. ”
  • Yerel halktan 66 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“Kani Doraku Crab Restaurant is world famous for the six and a half meter moving crab on the front of the restaurant. Kani Doraku Crab Restaurant is in Dotonbori, a popular tourist destination in Namba Osaka, which is famous for its restaurants. ”
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Elektronik Mağazası
“You can enjoy not only drinking but also watching soccer games. It may excite you.”
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Restoran
“A long-established store that can be said to be the originator of Osaka's specialty dish (kushikatsu)”
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Deniz Ürünleri Restoranı
“In this country where seafood is sometimes eaten so fresh it's still moving, Zauo has tables on long 'fishing boats' over tanks where patrons fish for their own dinner. If you're lucky enough to hook something, there's celebratory drumming and your fish is whisked away to be prepared how you like (priced according to the type of fish). Alternatively, try an eight-piece sushi omakase nigiri , or a very tasty shio-yaki (salt-grilled) fish set from the menu. ¥300-per-person table charge. Reserve for a 'boat' table.”
  • Yerel halktan 12 kişi öneriyor
Restoran
“Reasonable Sushi restaurant. Most japanese poeple love this Sushi restaurant. maybe you can enjoy.”
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