Things to Do in Osaka


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If you're visiting Osaka, check out this list of top tips and things to do to make the most of your time there.

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A visit to Osaka Castle offers a chance to travel back in time and find out more about its historical background.
Kuromon market has a lively atmosphere and diverse choices of things to buy that people say, “If you go to Kuromon Market, you can get everything you need!”
Dotonbori is one of Osaka’s most popular destinations, with hundreds of neon lights and huge billboards advertising different stores. It runs parallel with Dotonbori canal and is a popular food, shopping and entertainment destination. This is also next to Osaka's red district as you will notice people offering services both to locals and tourists. As you walk around the many eateries in the area, try some takoyaki or octopus balls, a very popular dish in Osaka.
The Umeda Sky Building is home to the Floating Garden Observatory at 173 meters high. Its innovative, 360-degree design offers unique ways to access the spectacular observatory. You're in for a thrill when on the see-through glass elevator from floors 3F to 37F and the floating escalator shaft leading to the main entrance. Hang on tight!
Roller coaster enthusiast or not, Universal Studios Japan (USJ) in Osaka may just be the perfect getaway for you, your family, or sweetheart during the holiday season. From November 15th to January 6th, the park transforms to Universal Wonder where you can experience an overwhelming glow of illuminations throughout the park.
Osaka Aquarium is one of the biggest aquariums in the world open to the public. It is located near Osaka Bay in the ward of Minato.
This covered arcade, site of some of Osaka's historical bridges, is one of the city's most popular and famous shopping spots.
The headquarters of all Sumiyoshi shrines in Japan. Come see the unique Drum Bridge and be mesmerized with the stone lanterns and historic orange structures.