Osaka Area

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Shin Umeda cafeteria street in the heart of Umeda gathers about 100 restaurants with various choices for gourmets.

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Jean Jean alley now has become a crowded shopping district and one of the most popular spot for tourists coming to Tsutenkaku area.

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Following the largest building of Shinsekai street to discover the Spa World of 16 bathing types from 11 countries across the world.

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Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum was built in Osaka for research and education of Instant Noodles.

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The branch of Joypolis in Osaka is placed on the 8th and the 9th floor of HEP Five, one of the biggest and most famous shopping zones in Kansai area

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Born to become an com outstanding commercial complex, more than 15 million tourists coming here every year help complete the bustling atmosphere in Rinku town.

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Osaka Kyocera Dome is not only a popular sport destination but also a typical construction of domed architecture.

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Centered in Nipponbashi street, Den Den town is the destination for those who looking for electronics, otaku goods and some sort of childhood and nostalgia.

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Namba Park in Osaka will break all inherent definition of a usual shopping center with unique architecture full of green trees and flowers.

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Osaka National Museum of Art (NMAO) is home of contemporary art which appeared after 1945, collecting, exhibiting and studying works from both Japan and foreign countries

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Nakanoshima park has a vast area of nearly 11 hectares housing several important public establishments including Osaka Central Public Hall

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Kuromon Ichiba market is the place holding all the essence of Osaka’s food culture with all of its freshness and original taste.

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American Village is the birth place of modern street culture in Osaka since the 1970s.

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Midosuji is a 4 kilometer-long street in Osaka which is well known as Champs Elysee of the Orient

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Expo Memorial Park was built right on the site of the Japan World Exposition 1970 spreading out over 260 hectares

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Ebisubashi street runs about 350 meters in length full with about 90 commercial buildings of department stores, fashion shops, theaters, restaurants and bars

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The image when the magnificent Hall reflects in the blue water together with verdant trees has become a popular symbol of Osaka.

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Adjacent to the Mint Bureau, you can find the Mint museum with many important materials saving from Japanese history of coins.

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Osaka station city is the biggest complex of shopping and entertainment in the West Japan

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Namba Grand Kagetsu in Osaka is the headquarters of Yoshimoto which is the comedy theater representing the whole Kansai area and a global brand of Japanese comedy.

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Shinsekai district is called The new world in Osaka where you can find the taste of the old Osaka inside the figure of the West

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Osaka Castle park covers an area of more than 100 hectares, becoming one of the most beautiful landmark in Osaka as well as the whole country.

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Tennoji was opened to public in 1915 to be the third zoo in Japan, after the opening of Ueno zoo in 1882 and Kyoto Municipal zoo in 1903

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Abenobashi Terminal Building has just risen in Abenosuji in Osaka but immediately breaks all records in Japan, becoming the tallest building in the country

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Kansai International Airport (KIX) is the welcome gate for all tourists coming to Kansai area located about 40 kilometer south of the central Osaka.

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Located in the center Shinsekai - The old district in Osaka, Tsutenkaku Tower is widely known as "Naniwa's Eiffel Tower".

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There is also the words in the early 20th century that "Ginza of the east, Shinsaibashi of the west" then don’t miss Shinsaibashi in Osaka.

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HEP Five is considered as one of the major shopping and entertainment complex in the Osaka urban region with more than 170 stores

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Minoh Park is the first choice if you are standing in some noisy street of Osaka and thinking about having a date with nature- mountains, rivers and trees.

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Japanese simple call Dotonbori Street Kuidaore which literally means “to eat oneself bankrupt”.

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