Osaka Station is a major station in the Umeda district of Osaka. It is served by a large number of local and interregional trains, but not by the Shinkansen that stop at Shin-Osaka Station. The formerly dark and cramped station has undergone extensive renovations and Reborn in 2011 as Osaka Station City, one of the most attractive train stations in Japan.
Osaka Station City is one of Osaka's busiest, top quality shopping areas with big brand names and an array of stylish and trendy restaurants and bars. An architectural and interior design wonderland, Osaka Station City is just one example of the architecture Osaka is so famous for. The landmark of Osaka Station City is a large glass roof that spans the train tracks and gives the station a lot of new space.
The interior of Osaka Station City's shopping arcades are chic and with a contemporary design feel. Find Daimaru Department Store at the South Gate Building, and Lucua shopping complex at the North Gate Building.
The park is a collage of traditional Japanese garden with cherry blossoms, oaks and maple trees. The garden is a fusion of contemporary and traditional design that is sure to leave you feeling calm and fresh.Discover Tenku-no-noen Farm
The Inter-continental Hotel is a welcome addition to the luxury hotel circuit, and along with other 5 star hotels in the area, like..
A five-star American hotel with heavenly beds, spacious rooms, and great view of Osaka
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Start your trip or end your journey in Osaka with a cup of nice coffee and delicious bagel. Situated near one of Umeda Station..
A good place to stuff yourself at Osaka Station
The Umeda Sky Building in Osaka is the city's best-known landmark and was built in 1993. It is located in the Kita district of Osaka, near Osaka and..
Osaka Castle Park is a public urban park and a historic site in the prefecture of the same name. It is the second largest park in the city and, in c..
Osaka Castle is one of the city’s most iconic sites and draws numerous visitors to its spacious park and imposing keep every year. Osaka Castle was..