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 Umeda train stations.
The building, designed by the famous architect Hiroshi Hara, consists of two 40-story towers, which are connected on the top two floors ("Floating Garden Observatory"). You can go up on an escalator through a glass tube and enjoy a breathtaking view there, both by day and by night.
The basement has a restaurant floor recreating an early Showa period town, while offices occupy most of the other floors.
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