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How to Get Free Wi-Fi in Osaka

Providers of free Wi-Fi include Osaka City Tourism and West Japan Railway Company: This is mainly confined to key train stations in the Central Osaka area, as well as the Kansai International Airport and a small number of museums and hotels.

Minoh Park

Minoh park, a place to have a relaxing walk in nature, with a beautiful waterfall, an insect museum and temples.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter or How to feel like a child again! In summer 2014, Universal Studios Japan opened a Harry Potter area in their Osaka theme park. So live your childhood dreams and go take a walk in Hogsmeade, visit Hogwarts and ride a broom in Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey.

Tsūtenkaku & Shinsekai

Tsūtenkaku Tower is one of Osaka's landmarks. The view from the tower is impressive and a quick stop to a Kushikatsu restaurant is essential to complete a visit of this area

Neko no Jikan: Cat Cafe, Osaka City

Japan's first Cat Cafe is called Neko no Jikan in Osaka. The staff speak little English, but luckily this is not a problem as they have the prices helpfully printed out for you. Option A: 1 hour with the cats ¥1000, Option B: 1 hour with the cats + a drink ¥1250 and Option C: 1 hour with the cats, a drink and cake ¥1500.

Tombori River Cruise in Osaka

A 20-minute cruise on Dotonburi River with a panoramic view of Osaka Minami and a Rakugo comedian as your tour guide, you’ll experience some of the best views of Downtown Osaka while on the Tombori River Cruise. Particularly, during the Christmas season.

Undiscovered Japan Top Tour Poll

13 regions of Japan involved with the Undiscovered Japan initiative have submitted a 2 day 1 night tour that showcases the best of their area. Vote in the Undiscovered Japan Top Tour Poll 2017 for a chance to win a pair of tickets for your favorite tour.

Tsurumi Ryokuchi Park

The original site of International Flower Expo that boasts a 100 hectare area with 2600 species of flowers and plants from from over 60 countries.