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Sightseeing

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  • Local Fish and Sake Ohkimaru

    Local Fish and Sake Ohkimaru

    The restaurant is marked by a large signboard just after entering Aioibashi-suji from Sennichimae-dori. Ingredients are carefully selected and purchased from the market every morning, resulting in a delicious and fresh menu.

    Approx. 1 minute on foot

  • Kappa Ramen Honpo

    Kappa Ramen Honpo

    The original back fat tonkotsu (pork bone) soy sauce ramen with the main branch in Sennichimae, Osaka. The soup and noodles are all homemade, allowing you to savor a cup of the finest quality. *Image from the official website of Kappa Ramen Honpo.

    Approx. 2 minutes on foot

  • Coffee Shop MARUFUKU

    Coffee Shop MARUFUKU

    A long-established coffee shop established in 1934. You can enjoy our coffee in a classic, atmospheric store. The popular special pancakes are made to order and served one by one on a copper plate.

    Approx. 2 minutes on foot

  • Yakiniku Restaurant Ajiyoshi

    Yakiniku Restaurant Ajiyoshi

    Ajiyoshi is famous in Tsuruhashi, a fierce battleground of yakiniku restaurants. It purchases directly from meat wholesalers and offers only the best quality meat among them. Don't miss the back menu and rare parts of the meat.

    Approx. 2 minutes on foot

  • Okonomiyaki CHIBO

    Okonomiyaki CHIBO

    This okonomiyaki restaurant is a classic even by Osaka’s standards for extravagant dining. Occupying the first four floors of the Chibo Building, this restaurant seats as many as 200 diners. The menu is wide-ranging, from Chibo’s original okonomiyaki to yakisoba and teppanyaki.

    Approx. 3 minutes on foot

  • Ramen Kinryu

    Ramen Kinryu

    This ramen restaurant is marked by a giant dragon sculpture. Enjoy the light tonkotsu (pork bone) soup with your favorite toppings such as kimchi, chives, and garlic.

    Approx. 3 minutes on foot

  • Kushikatsu Daruma

    Kushikatsu Daruma

    The taste of the sauce has been passed down since its establishment in 1929. This is Osaka’s representative fried skewers restaurant. You'll be addicted after eating it once. Of course, don’t dip the kushikatsu sauce twice.

    Approx. 3 minutes on foot

  • Okonomiyaki Yukari

    Okonomiyaki Yukari

    A teppan-yaki restaurant with a retro interior that evokes the atmosphere of the early Showa period. You can enjoy okonomiyaki, negiyaki, yakisoba, and other dishes made with the finest ingredients.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Ramen KAMUKURA

    Ramen KAMUKURA

    The clear soup and ramen noodles topped with plenty of Chinese cabbage are the mainstay of the restaurant. The more you try it, the more addictive it becomes, making it a popular ramen restaurant with an endless stream of customers, even late at night.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Curry Jiyuken

    Curry Jiyuken

    Osaka's famous curry has a long history, appearing in the novels of famous authors. This Western-style restaurant is famous for its unique arrangement of mixing rice and curry in advance and placing an egg on top.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Takoyaki Otako

    Takoyaki Otako

    Founded in 1972, Dotonbori's famous takoyaki restaurant. The plump octopus slices and thick sauce have kept the same taste since the establishment.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Ramen Ichiran

    Ramen Ichiran

    A ramen restaurant with a long line. The "red secret sauce" with chili peppers is a distinctive feature. The restaurant is dedicated to the pursuit of delicious tonkotsu (pork bone) ramen, from preparation to serving.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • 551 Horai

    551 Horai

    This is the first store of "551 Hourai," the most popular souvenir of Osaka. Popular items such as pork buns and popsicles filled with the delicious taste of the ingredients as they are are are available.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Rikuro Cheese Cake

    Rikuro Cheese Cake

    A freshly baked cheesecake that originated in Osaka. The rich flavor of cheese, soft texture, and raisins studded on the bottom are addictive.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Kuromon Market

    Kuromon Market

    This market is a representative of Osaka, with fresh produce daily and a wide variety of eating establishments. There is also a rest area that provides eating and drinking space and free Wifi.

    Approx. 6 minutes on foot

  • PABLO Cheese Tart

    PABLO Cheese Tart

    A popular cheese tart specialty store that originated in Osaka. It is popular both at home and abroad, and people line up in a corner of the Shinsaibashisuji shopping arcade. The best part of waiting in line is watching the production process through a glass window.

    Approx. 10 minutes on foot

  • Hozenji Yokocho

    Hozenji Yokocho

    Located in the downtown area of Namba, Osaka, it is lined with restaurants such as Osaka's famous kushikatsu, izakaya, and long-established kappo. This is a spot where you can feel the humanity and liveliness of the downtown area.

    Approx. 3 minutes on foot

  • Dotonbori Glico Sign

    Dotonbori Glico Sign

    A landmark of Osaka Minami. The sign changes with the seasons, events, and times, making it the perfect place to take a commemorative photo in Osaka.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Sennichimae Doguyasuji Arcade

    Sennichimae Doguyasuji Arcade

    This shopping street is lined with stores specializing in professional tools that support the town of kuidaore. The shops sell not only pots, kettles, and tableware, but also all kinds of items related to food, including noren, chochin, signboards, and food samples.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Tombori River Walk

    Tombori River Walk

    An event space and promenade was created along the Dotonbori River in Minami, Osaka to promote Osaka as a water city. It is a strolling spot to view the city from a sightseeing boat on the water.

    Approx. 5 minutes on foot

  • Electric Town Nipponbashi

    Electric Town Nipponbashi

    Nihonbashi is the most famous electronics town in western Japan. The town is lined with electronics stores, computer retailers, enthusiast parts stores, audio stores, and hobby stores such as figurines and garage kits.

    Approx. 13 minutes on foot

  • Tenshiba Garden Center

    Tenshiba Garden Center

    An urban garden center based on the concept of an oasis in the city. In addition to cafes, restaurants, and a competition ground, this area connects people to the city of Tennoji as a gate area for the Tennoji Zoo.

    Approx. 15 minutes by train and on foot

  • Universal Studios Japan(USJ)

    Universal Studios Japan(USJ)

    This theme park is a collection of world-class entertainment for children and adults alike, including exciting rides themed on Hollywood blockbusters and shows featuring popular characters.

    Approx. 30 minutes by train and on foot

  • Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan

    Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan

    The largest aquarium located in Osaka. The aquarium keeps and exhibits 30,000 living creatures of about 620 species in tanks that faithfully reproduce the natural environment of the Pacific Ocean and its surrounding waters.

    Approx. 30 minutes by train and on foot

  • Umeda Sky Building

    Umeda Sky Building

    The Sky Building is a complex facility with shopping and a movie theater. It is famous for its "Hanging Garden Observation Deck," from 173 meters above ground level, which offers a panoramic view of the Osaka cityscape.

    Approx. 30 minutes by train and on foot

  • Osaka Castle

    Osaka Castle

    Osaka Castle Keep and other historical buildings stand in a row, and Osaka Castle Park surrounding the castle offers nature in all four seasons. From the observatory, visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of Osaka.

    Approx. 33 minutes by train and on foot

  • Takoyaki Museum

    Takoyaki Museum

    The Osaka Takoyaki Museum is a collection of famous takoyaki restaurants that serve Osaka's soul food, takoyaki. This is a spot where you can "eat," "see," "buy," and "enjoy" all aspects of takoyaki.

    Approx. 35 minutes by train and on foot

  • Namba Parks

    Namba Parks

    This verdant shopping area stretches out before you like a large canyon. You can enjoy spending the entire day here, visiting shops specializing in certain brands, the numerous cafes and the 11-screen movie theater.

    Approx. 10 minutes on foot

  • Tsutenkaku

    Tsutenkaku

    This Osaka landmark is known for its Billiken statue. You can take in the view from the tower or enjoy shopping at the numerous antenna shops stocked with items you can’t find anywhere else.

    Approx. 11 minutes by train and on foot

  • Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Arcade

    Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Arcade

    The country’s longest shopping street, the townscape of Tenjinbashi evokes a sense of nostalgia for the Japan of old. Replete with food stalls so you can enjoy snacking as you walk, let your feet take you onward to the nearby Osaka Tenmangu Shrine.

    Approx. 15 minutes by train and on foot

  • Janjan Yokocho

    Janjan Yokocho

    This shopping street is located near the Shinsekai district and is filled with retro items. Famed for its fried, skewered delicacies and shogi training hall, the street is lined with shops from the past.

    Approx. 15 minutes by train and on foot

  • ABENO HARUKAS

    ABENO HARUKAS

    It is the tallest building in Japan, boasting a height of 300 meters above ground. The observation deck on the top 60th floor offers a panoramic view of the Osaka cityscape, and of course, you can enjoy gourmet food and shopping to the fullest.

    Approx. 15 minutes by train and on foot

  • Pokemon Center Osaka

    Pokemon Center Osaka

    Official Pokemon store! You can get game software, card games, and other items exclusive to the Osaka store. *Image from the official website of Pokémon Center Osaka

    Approx. 16 minutes on foot

  • Universal Citywalk Osaka

    Universal Citywalk Osaka

    An entertainment shopping facility adjacent to USJ. The American-style streetscape is a spot overflowing with excitement just by walking around. *Image from Universal City Walk Osaka official website

    Approx. 30 minutes by train and on foot

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