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At the ordinary-looking Shimada Shoten you can try an extraordinary variety of quality sake from all around Japan.
Hozenji Temple is an oasis of calm offering a brief respite from the excitement of Dotombori
In Osaka in Japan's Kansai region, Tsuyunoten Shrine is an ancient shinto shrine, best known for its place in a tragic story of forbidden love.
Osaka International Church has Bilingual (English & Japanese)services on Sun at 10am. It is approximately a 5 minute walk from Tamatsukuri subway station.
Tombori River Jazz Boat, live jazz while cruising in Osaka
Held annually on 22nd to 23rd November, Shinno-sai is the last festival to be held in Osaka, thus also known as the Tome-no-matsuri “The Stop (Last) Festival”. A mere 20 minutes by foot from center Osaka, or just a 5 minute train ride from Osaka station, Shinno-sai is one stop you can make when you are here in town.
Japan reaffirms its deep connections with its staple crop at the annual Sumiyoshi Shrine rice-planting festival in Osaka on June 14th
Visitors may create their own unique instant noodles and learn about their inventor at Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum.