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50 Osaka attractions recommended by locals (official website)! A complete guide to Osaka travel

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Osaka has a bustling street scene, friendly people, and delicious food. All the attractions and activities in this article are recommended by local residents of Osaka, so we sincerely recommend that you must come and experience them in person!
  
Osaka-50 Osaka attractions recommended by locals (official website)! A complete guide to Osaka travel

1. Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street [Shopping]

"Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street" is located in Kita-ku, Osaka City. It is about 2.6 kilometers long from north to south. It is composed of 4 shopping streets. It is proud to be the longest straight-line distance in Japan. There are about 600 shops of all kinds, including food, desserts, clothing... everything. When you are tired from walking, you can take a break at various restaurants or coffee shops. Wandering around the shopping streets, you will definitely be able to discover the daily lifestyle of local residents in Osaka. When you have the chance, please come here and take a look!
  
Website: http://www.tenjin123.com/ (Japanese)
Address: 3-5-15 Tenjinbashi, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

2. JR Osaka Station [Sightseeing Attraction]

Osaka Station is an important gateway into Osaka City. The mall is a promenade-type shopping mall, surrounded by many super high-rise buildings, giving off an atmosphere of future technology. Around the station, there are many large shopping malls and well-known department stores, as well as the newly opened "Grand Front Osaka" gourmet shopping mall in recent years, and Yodobashi Camera, which specializes in selling 3C products; as long as you move around the station, you can get Full of harvest!

3.HEP FIVE Mall (there is a red Ferris wheel on the roof) [ Shopping]

HEP FIVE, one of the landmarks located in Umeda District, Osaka, is a shopping mall with a theme of fashionable goods. On the top floor of the shopping mall, there is a large red Ferris wheel facility that offers a bird's-eye view of Osaka cityscape. You can ride the Ferris wheel in the evening and enjoy the romantic night view of Osaka while shopping. Therefore, this place has also become a popular spot for couples. Date location.
  
Website: http://www.hepfive.jp/ (Japanese)
Address: 5-15 Kakuda-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

4. Umeda Sky Garden Observation Deck [Tourist Attraction]

Because the British magazine introduced the Umeda Sky Garden Observation Deck as " "The future Arc de Triomphe". Since then, the reputation of the Prospect Garden has grown day by day. This has also led to a rapid increase in the number of foreign tourists visiting, and the place has become one of Osaka's most famous attractions. The Sky Observation Deck is actually the sky corridor connecting the twin towers of the Umeda Building. It is an observation facility that fully demonstrates the charm of a super high-rise building. Especially on the platform, you can experience an open feeling with a 360° view of the entire sky in the horizontal direction. Unprecedented, truly condescending pleasure. In the Umeda Sky Building, there are many dining facilities that are worthy of your visit.
  
Website: http://www.kuchu-teien.com/tc/index.html
Address: 1-1-88 Dado-chu, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

5. Museum of Osaka’s Past and Present Life - Museum of Living and Living [Tourist Attractions]

The Museum of Present and Past Life reproduces the streetscape of Osaka in the late Edo period in life-size form, including businesses, exchanges, bathhouses, homes, etc. As soon as they step into the Living Museum, tourists feel as if they have entered a time tunnel, where they can fully feel the prosperity of that time and experience life in Osaka in the Edo period 400 years ago. In the museum, there are also various experience and learning activities, multimedia display areas, handicraft experience areas, and traditional dramas from the Kansai region... etc.
  
Website: http://konjyakukan.com/info_c.html
Address: 6-4-20 Tenjinbashi, Kita-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

6. Don Quijote Shopping Paradise - Umeda Main Store [Shopping]

One of the branches of Don Quijote Shopping Center: Umeda Our store is open 24 hours a day. In addition, our store has more discounted product categories than other branches. The daily necessities, household appliances, medicines, cosmetics and beauty products... etc. sold in our store also have higher prices. Discounts, rare products that are easier to find, and even Japan-only comedy props are available, so even if you just browse the products in the store, it will be very interesting.
  
Website: http://www.donki.hk/shop_search.php?cid=125&id=662&rn=9
Address: 4-16 Komatsubaracho, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

7. Osaka Water Sightseeing Bus - Aqualiner [Event]

You can take Osaka Water bus allows you to enjoy the different scenery of Osaka Water City from the perspective of the sea; it will pass by Osaka Castle, Osaka Landmarks, Nakanoshima, Osaka Business Park, etc. along the way. The water bus offers a dinner cruise (Dinner Cruise) from 7 to 8:30 p.m. You can enjoy a sumptuous dinner while watching the brightly lit and splendid night view of Osaka.
  
Website: http://suijo-bus.jp/language/chinese/aqualiner.aspx

8. Osaka Castle [Tourist Attraction]

Those who are familiar with Japanese history will definitely be familiar with Osaka Castle. Osaka Castle was built in 1583 by Hashiba Hideyoshi after he unified Japan. Osaka Castle, magnificent in scale and splendor, has been registered as a tangible cultural property. From the observation deck on the 8th floor, you can have a bird's eye view of the entire Osaka city; approximately 1-1.3 million tourists visit every year.
  
Website: http://www.osakacastle.net/hantai/
Address: Osaka Castle 1-1, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

9. Osaka Shochikuza [Art]

If you want to watch the Japanese traditional performance "Kabuki" in Osaka, then you must I want to come to the Shozhu Seat. Generally speaking, tickets for watching Kabuki performances are relatively expensive, so for those who are watching Kabuki for the first time, we recommend you "Hitomakimiseki", which is a free restaurant on the 4th floor of Kabukiza In the seating area, there are only seats: about 90 people, standing space: about 60 people, a total of about 150 people; and the ticket price for unreserved seats is usually 1,000-2,000 yen; then you can enjoy and experience any show at a cheaper cost Kabuki performances you are interested in.
  
Website: http://www.shochiku.co.jp/play/shochikuza/ (Japanese)
Address: 1-9-19 Dotonbori, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

10. Dotonbori [Shopping]


Osaka's Minami District is mostly home to bustling shopping streets. The shopping streets are lined with restaurants, and especially on weekend nights, the entire area is almost flooded with crowds of people. The runner (Glico) on the Ebibashi shopping mall street has become the landmark of Dotonbori, Osaka. However, you are reminded to be careful of suspicious touts that may appear on the road.
  
Website: http://www.dotonbori.or.jp/zh/

11. Dotonbori - Takoyaki Museum [Tourist Attraction]

In the Takoyaki Museum, you can buy takoyaki to eat, and you can also learn how to make your own takoyaki. Speaking of takoyaki, it is a specialty cuisine of the Kansai region of Osaka: a type of batter cuisine. Another famous Okonomiyaki is also a kind of batter cuisine. Takoyaki is a round noodle about 3-5 cm in size, with cut octopus pieces inside and grilled together. (Because the Japanese word for octopus is "TAKO", takoyaki is called "Takoyaki".)

Website: http://www.dotonbori.net/sp/konamon-museum/ (Japanese)
Address : 1-6-12 Dotonbori, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

12. Happy Ramen Hanamaruken - Namba Hozenji Store [Food]

When you come to Japan, I believe you will want to try local Japanese ramen. The specialty of Hanamaruken's ramen is that nori (dried seaweed or seaweed) with the words "good luck" or "marriage" written on the ramen is added; so if you happen to need to be blessed and want to be happy, then you must Come here to meet your happiness! Hanamaruken is open 24 hours a day, so you can come anytime you want!
  
Website: http://tabelog.com/osaka/A2701/A270202/27002618/ (Japanese)
Address: 1-2-1 Namba, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

13. Sennichimae Touyasuji Shopping Street [Shopping]


Touyasuji Shopping Street, is A shopping street selling cooking utensils and various kitchen utensils. Many professional chefs often come here to shop. The "Douyasuji Festival" is held every October 9th, and many cooking supplies are sold at low prices. In recent years, the cooking demonstrations and takoyaki seminars held during the festival have become increasingly popular. .
  
Website: http://www.doguyasuji.or.jp/ (Japanese)

14. Shangfang Ukiyoe Museum [Art]


Shangfang Ukiyoe Museum has a pearl yellow exterior wall, and the ukiyoe cat on the wall seems to quietly welcome your visit. The Ukiyo-e Museum above is an art museum that permanently displays traditional Japanese ukiyo-e. In addition to the fixed display of ukiyo-e production drawing tools and prints, there are also special art displays that change every three months; there are also We sell Ukiyo-e products as well as various Japanese-style souvenirs and miscellaneous items that have been re-designed in a modern style from traditional Japanese items.
  
Website: http://kamigata.jp/kmgt/ (Japanese)
Address: 1-6-4 Namba, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

15. Kuromon Market [Shopping]


Kuromon Market is nicknamed "Osaka's Kitchen", and in recent years It has gradually become a tourist attraction for tourists. In the market, you can browse the various products sold by the merchants, and you can also try a variety of dishes, such as tuna, tempura, desserts, or fruits. Some stores will even offer freshly sliced ​​fish for you to try to entice you to buy sashimi.

16. Namba Yasaka Shrine [Tourist Attraction]

Namba Yasaka Shrine is located in Namba, Osaka. The giant "Ema-den" has a lion head (a mythological lion) that is 12 meters high, 11 meters wide, and 10 meters deep. It is quite eye-catching. The "Tsunaiki Shrine" (tug-of-war sacrificial ceremony) held on the third Sunday of January every year was designated as Osaka's first intangible folk cultural asset in 2001.
  
Website: http://nambayasaka.jp/ (Japanese)
Address: 2-9-19 Motomachi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

17. Minato Town Square [Sightseeing]


Minato Town Square, located next to the Dotonbori River, is like an oasis in the heart of Osaka. There is an octagonal building on the square and a three-dimensional square called "Plaza", which is used by local residents to hold outdoor leisure activities such as flea markets and street concerts. At night, when the entire building lights up, it becomes even more charming, making it the first choice destination for young men and women to date.
  
Website: http://www.oud.co.jp/riverplace/index.php (Japanese)
Address: 1-3-1 Minato-cho, Naniwa-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

18. Nihonbashi Electric Town - Denden City [Shopping]


If you plan to buy Japanese electronics products or home appliances, then you must not miss this place. There are many shops selling electronics-related products in Nihombashi Electric Town, and you can easily compare prices here. If you find that the price of goods in another store is cheaper than the price listed in this store, if you can speak Japanese, then this is a good opportunity to negotiate with the store. You may be able to get the same price, or even a higher price. Buy at low price.
  
Website: http://www.denden-town.or.jp/ (Japanese)

19. Tsutenkaku [Tourist Attraction]

In the early 20th century, Tsutenkaku became a well-known tower in Naniwa District, Osaka, overlooking Osaka Minami. We highly recommend going to the Tsutenkaku Observation Room to view the Harukas Tower in Abeno Ward. Tsutenkaku also cooperates with large candy and pastry companies to sell related candies, limited products, etc.
  
Website: http://www.tsutenkaku.co.jp/Guide-pdf/mishiran-guide-taiwan.pdf

20. SpaWorld The world's largest hot spring [event]


Spa World is a leisure facility where you can soak in hot springs, hydrotherapy, or take a sauna in an exotic bathhouse. There are swimming pools, artificial rivers, slide waterways and children's play areas, as well as dining areas, as well as accommodation areas overlooking Tsutenkaku. Here, for a small fee, you can enjoy hot springs in different urban styles and relax to your heart's content.
  
Website: http://www.spaworld.co.jp/china/
Address: Ebisu Higashi 3-chome 4-24, Naniwa-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

21. Octopus dumplings - Koga-ryu Honten [Gourmet]


If you want If you know the most famous and notorious takoyaki restaurants in the Kansai region, Koga-ryu Honten must be on the list. If you want to eat the most delicious takoyaki in Osaka, this is the place. The Koga-ryu main store is located next to Triangle Park in America Village. We recommend that if the weather is fine, you can consider buying some takoyaki and bring it to the park, where you can sit relaxedly and slowly taste this delicious takoyaki.
  
Website: http://www.kougaryu.jp/ (Japanese)
Address: 2-18-4 Nishishinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

22. American Village, Triangle Park [Sightseeing Attraction]


American Village is a well-known birthplace of fashion; here Young people from around 13 to early 20s often gather. American Village, also known as "Ame Village" for short, sells some unique personalized products such as second-hand clothing, jeans, old records and groceries imported from the West Coast of the United States. Therefore, you can often see fashionable and unique people here. young people.
  
Address: 2-11 Nishishin Saibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka (Google Map)

23. Matsusaka Beef Yakiniku M. Store - Hozenji Yokocho Branch [Gourmet]

If you want to taste high-quality Matsusaka beef, then you must come to this Yakiniku restaurant which is famous for its Matsusaka beef. shop. Because the atmosphere and service of the "Matsusaka Beef Yakiniku M." restaurant are quite famous, you can search for many reviews of this restaurant in the food reviews on travel websites. But please remember: Matsusaka beef is valuable, so if you intend to dine there, be sure to prepare enough money. In addition, the "M" in the restaurant name comes from the "M" in "Matsuzaka" (Matsusaka).
  
Website: http://www.matsusaka-projects.com/shoplist/houzennji.html (Japanese)
Address: 1-1-19 Namba, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

24. Abeno Harukas [Shopping][Sightseeing Attractions]


Harukas, opened in 2014 , is Japan's first super high-rise building with 60 floors and a total height of 300 meters. Below the 16th floor are department stores and art galleries, on the 16th to 18th floors are corporate offices, and on higher floors are restaurants and observation rooms. The view of Osaka city seen from the Harukas 300-meter-high observation room is quite spectacular and vast, so we recommend you to experience it.
  
Website: http://www.abenoharukas-300.jp/tc/
Address: 1-1-43 Abenosuji, Abeno-ku (Google Map)

25. Tennoji Zoo [Event]


Tennoji Zoo opened on January 1, 1915 and is the third largest in Japan. Zoo. Covering an area of ​​about 11 hectares, the park has more than 900 animals of 230 species. Tennoji Zoo is currently the only place in Japan where you can see New Zealand’s national bird, the kiwi, and Indonesia’s fishing cat.
  
Website: http://www.jazga.or.jp/tennoji/ (Japanese)
Address: 1-108 Chausuyama-cho, Tennoji-ku (Google Map)

26. Shitennoji Temple [Tourist Attraction]

Shitennoji Temple is the first Buddhist temple in Japan. Legend has it that it was founded by Prince Shotoku in 593 to worship the Four Heavenly Kings. The Shitennoji-style garland configuration, from south to north, is: the central gate, the five-story pagoda, the golden hall, and the lecture hall, arranged in a straight line, and then surrounded by a circle of corridors. It is the oldest existing architectural style temple in Japan. In Shitennoji, you can stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of the ancient temple.
  
Website: http://www.shitennoji.or.jp/ (Japanese)
Address: 1-11-18 Shitennoji, Tennoji-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

27. Tennoji Station [Sightseeing Attraction]


Tennoji Station is ranked second only to Umeda and Namba. Three bustling neighborhoods. There are shopping malls everywhere around Tennoji Station and Abeno Station, whether on the ground or underground. There are various shopping malls such as Tennoji Mio Department Store, Kintetsu Department Store, Abeno Lucias, Q's Shopping Center, Abeno Walk pedestrian shopping area, Abeno Harks, and Hoop... because the transportation is convenient and the shopping malls are quite dense, so you can Enjoy shopping around here.

28. Tsuruhashi Station-Yakiniku Restaurant [Gourmet]
If you want to taste delicious yakiniku in Japan, we recommend you come to Tsuruhashi Station. Because there are many BBQ restaurants and Korean restaurants around the station; the air here is often filled with the overwhelming aroma of BBQ meat. In addition to yakiniku restaurants, there are also other food and beverage restaurants, as well as shops selling traditional Korean clothing and food.

29. Miyukidori Shopping Street (Korea Street) [Shopping]


Miyukidori Shopping Street is located between Tsuruhashi Station and Momotani Station. The shopping street is mostly filled with Korean restaurants and Korean traditional clothing stores; so no matter where you go, you can see Korean characters. If you want to taste food from different cultures in Osaka, I recommend you come here.
Website: http://www.ikuno-koreatown.com/ (Japanese)

30. Quanxing Temple [Sightseeing Attraction]


Quanxing Temple, in terms of the appearance of the shrine, is completely an ordinary shrine, but in fact, Quanxing Temple has a special hell hall, which makes Worshipers take a special trip to experience hell. Before entering the Hell Hall, you will first take a test at the entrance to determine whether you are going to Paradise or Hell. If you get the score and the result is to go to Hell, you will hear a loud warning sound from the speaker to determine the result. ; Then after you actually enter, you will see the huge King Yama and Ghosts waiting for you! The atmosphere in the hall is gloomy, and you are welcome to come and try your courage!
  
Japanese website: http://www.senkouji.net/
Address: 4-12-21, Hiranohonmachi, Hirano-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

31. Universal Studios Japan (USJ) [Event]


Universal Studios Japan is one of the 4 Universal Studios theme parks in the world. In the movie park, whether you are an adult or a child, you can have a very pleasant experience in the specially designed scenes of popular Hollywood movies and the arrangements of popular characters in the movies. The theme park added a new Harry Potter area in July 2014, including the Wizarding School and Homie Village, which is modeled on the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Islands of Adventure in Florida and Universal Studios in Hollywood. park. This park not only attracts many Japanese, but also attracts a large number of Asian tourists to visit.
  
Website: http://www.usj.co.jp/tw/
Address: 2-1-33 Sakurashima, Nakayama-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

32. Maizhou Garbage Disposal Site [Art]


It looks like an art building from the outside, but in fact This is the Wuzhou garbage treatment plant. Designed by Australian environmental artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, it looks nothing like a garbage disposal plant, so it is often easy for tourists to get lost and not find it.
  
Website: http://www.hetgallery.com/semba_b13.html (Japanese)
Address: 1-2-48 Kitako Shirazu, Naka-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

33. Osaka Aquarium-Kaiyukan [Activity]

Kaiyukan is one of the world-class aquariums , located in the Nanko area of ​​Osaka, which is Osaka Minami District. The exhibition area takes "Pacific Rim of Fire" and "Pacific Rim Life Zone" as the exhibition themes; and then changes according to the seasons, using 1.2 million lights to create an incredible seascape light, which no aquarium can do yet. to the same scale. We highly recommend that you bring your family and children to visit.
  
Website: http://www.kaiyukan.com/language/chinese_traditional/
Address: 1-1-10 Kaigandori, Minato-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

34. Osaka Nanko Area-ATC Commercial Complex (Asia & Pacific Trade Center) [Tourist Attraction]

Located The Nanko area in Osaka is a large-scale commercial complex that combines restaurants, entertainment facilities, concert halls, exhibition venues, etc., referred to as ATC. Whether indoors or outdoors, various types of events such as cosplay or jazz concerts, etc. are often held. Moreover, at the Kaiou Ferry Terminal, there are direct ferry flights to Kyushu and Shikoku.

Website: http://www.atc-co.com/ (Japanese)
Address: 2-1-10 Nankokita, Suminoe-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

35. Sankusu Hirao Shopping Street (Sankusu Hirao) [Shopping]

Sankusu Hirao Shopping Street, It is also known as "Little Okinawa". Most of the residents here come from Okinawa in southern Japan, so there are many restaurants and shops selling Okinawan food. This is the best place in Osaka to taste Okinawan cuisine. In addition to enjoying the food, you can also get to know and experience the natural and unpretentious cultural customs of the southern Japanese islanders.

36. Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine [Tourist Attraction]


Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine, It is the most famous shrine in Osaka, with more than 2 million people visiting it for the first time every New Year. The shrine is dedicated to the god who specializes in business prosperity, so it attracts many businessmen to pray during the annual festival. There is a strong nostalgic atmosphere around the shrine, and there are also many gourmet restaurants; you are welcome to come and visit.

Website: http://www.sumiyoshitaisha.net/ (Japanese)
Address: 2-9-89 Sumiyoshi, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

37. Flower Expo Memorial Park-Tsurumi Ryokuchi [Tourist Attraction]
Originally the International Flower Expo (Flower Expo) held in 1990 The site is currently used as a municipal park. There is Japan's largest greenhouse in the park, which can display flowers from 55 countries; the windmill built in imitation of the Netherlands is a landmark symbol of the park; the rose garden is a natural landscape for flower viewing and leisure.
  
Website: http://www.tsurumi-ryokuchi.jp/ (Japanese)
Address: 2-163 Ryokuchi Park, Tsurumi-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

38. Namba Theater Hanazuki [Event]

The Manzai (ザ・マンザイ, The Manzai) is a theater in the Kansai region of Japan A performance style developed, usually performed by two people; the two people tell each other jokes at a very fast speed, and most of the jokes revolve around misunderstandings, puns and phonetic words between the two people. Namba Theater arranges performances by professional manga artists every day, so we sincerely recommend you to come here to experience Osaka-style humor (if you can understand Japanese).
  
Website: http://www.yoshimoto.co.jp/ngk/ (Japanese)
11-6 Namba Sennichimae, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

39. Japan Mint [Sightseeing Attraction]

At the Japan Mint, you can make a reservation in advance to visit the printing and production of Japanese banknotes process, but the most unmissable thing in the Mint is actually the cherry blossoms on both sides of the long road leading to the front of the Mint. When the cherry blossoms are in full bloom in early spring every year, here is a beautiful scene of a sea of ​​cherry blossoms, and there is an endless stream of flower-viewing tourists. Therefore, the Osaka Mint is famous not because of the Mint itself, but because of the cherry blossoms that bloom every year. This is the main reason why we recommend it to you.
  
Website: http://www.mint.go.jp/category/eng (English)
Address: 1-1-79 Tenman, Kita-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

40. Kushikatsu restaurant - Daruma (Daruma, だるま) [Food]

Near Tsutenkaku If you want to eat fried skewers in Shinsegae Shopping Street, we highly recommend the Shinsegae Main Store, the tumbler fried skewers shop. Because this store is quite famous, there is always a long queue, so you must be mentally prepared to wait in line. Each fried skewer is made with fresh ingredients, wrapped in a thin batter and fried; then the fried skewers are dipped in the store's special sauce for consumption. Please pay special attention: because the sauce box on the table is shared by everyone, the store will not always replace it. The store will only add more when the portion is insufficient, so please be sure to abide by the "No double dipping of sauce" regulations.
  
Website: http://www.kushikatu-daruma.com/ (Japanese)
Address: 2-3-9 Ebisu Higashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

41. Nakanoshima Park [Sightseeing Attraction]m
Nakanoshima Park is like an oasis in Osaka’s business district. It is a waterside park located between the Dojima River and the Tosabori River. On the east side of Nakanoshima Park, there is also a rose garden consisting of about 4,000 roses of about 100 species. There is also a lighting event at the end of the year, so it is busy with tourists. In addition, there are fashionable cafes and restaurants in the park, allowing you to enjoy a leisurely tea time while taking a walk and completely forget that you are in a business district.
  
Website: http://www.osakapark140526.osgf.or.jp/nakanoshima/ (Japanese)
Address: Nakanoshima 1, Kita-ku (Google Map)

42. Yamano Noh Theater [Art]


The oldest Noh theater performance venue is located in Osaka. Noh drama is one of the traditional Japanese performing arts. It is a performance mainly based on dance and music. Translation tools in English, Chinese and Korean are provided on site to help you understand and enjoy the performance. If you are interested in enjoying Japanese opera, Yamano Theater is definitely your best choice.
  
Website: http://www.noh-theater.com/chnkor/chinese.html
Address: 1-3-6 Tokui-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

43. Rinku Premium Outlets [Shopping]


The shopping mall is located in Osaka Bay on an artificial island, close to Kansai Airport. It was built to imitate the Port of Charleston in South Carolina, USA. It has about 210 well-known overseas brands, so you can enjoy shopping here while enjoying the beautiful harbor scenery.
  
Website: http://www.premiumoutlets.co.jp/cht/
Address: 3-28 Rinku Minami, Izumisano City, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

44. Momofuku Ando-Cup Noodles Invention Memorial Hall [Event]


Cup Noodles, a subsidiary of Nissin Foods, located in Ikeda City The Noodles Invention Memorial Hall is the birthplace of the famous instant noodles. In 1958, where Mr. Ando lived and is now the memorial hall garden, the famous "Chick Ramen" was sold to commemorate Mr. Ando's successful development. for sale. In the memorial hall, you can learn about the history of instant noodles and the stories behind their creation. At the same time, you can also make your own instant noodles and add your favorite ingredients.
  
Website: http://www.instantramen-museum.jp/ (Japanese)
Address: 8-25 Kasumicho, Ikeda-shi, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

45. Minoh Falls [Sightseeing Attraction]


Minoh Falls, one of the top 100 waterfalls in Japan, is located in Minoh, Meiji Forest In a national park. There are many leaf trees, maple trees, etc. in the park, so during the maple viewing season, many travelers or photography enthusiasts come. Because Minoh Falls is located on the outskirts of Osaka City, many people often come here to have a picnic. They bring their own plastic canvas and picnic boxes, sit in the river valley, enjoy a meal, absorb the phytoncide of nature, and at the same time appreciate the beautiful scenery of nature. , it’s really a great achievement! This leisurely natural landscape forms a special contrast with the busy and noisy city of Osaka.
  
Website: http://www.mino-park.jp/ (Japanese)
Address: Minoh Park, Minoh City, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

46. Katsuoji Temple [Tourist Attraction]


Katsuoji Temple is located in northern Osaka, in the center of Minoh Quasinational Park. 1,300 years ago, Katsuoji Temple was famous for praying for luck and victory; but today, everyone still hopes for success and luck in life, such as smooth exams, elimination of disasters, even business prosperity, victory in elections, etc. Therefore, Katsuoji Temple is still attracting worshipers from all over the country who come here to worship "Katsuoji Temple's winning luck". Therefore, there are many tumblers here that symbolize perseverance (obtaining a prayed tumbler can help you defeat yourself and achieve success). Because Katsuoji Temple is located in the Minoh Quasinational Park in Osaka Prefecture, it has rich natural scenery. After praying for victory, you can also stop by to enjoy the beautiful scenery of this paradise.
  
Website: http://www.katsuo-ji-temple.or.jp/katuouji_c/index.html 
Address: 2914-1 Awaumadani, Minoh City, Osaka Prefecture (Googel Map)

47. Asahi Beer - Suita Factory [Activity]

Suita Factory is a very well-known Asahi The birthplace of beer. If you are a beer lover and are interested in trying Asahi beer, we recommend that you definitely visit the Suita factory. The factory offers free workshops where you can sample at least 3 glasses of draft beer.
  
Website: http://www.asahibeer.co.jp/brewery/suita/ (Japanese)
Address: 1-45 Nishi-noso-cho, Suita-shi, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

48. ​​Expo Commemorative Park [Tourist Attraction]


Expo Commemorative Park was established in 1972 Japan International Exposition. The "Tower of the Sun" is the landmark symbol of the memorial park. In the natural and cultural park, you can freely enjoy various flowers throughout the year; this park has also been selected as one of Japan's top 100 cherry blossom attractions.
  
Website: http://www.expo70-park.jp/languages/chinese/
1-1 Senri Expo Park, Suita City, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

49. Suntory Yamazaki Distillery [Activity]


Suntory is the first company in Japan to manufacture whiskey. When visiting the distillery, you can learn about the brewing equipment, brewing process, etc., and the distillery will also provide samples for you to try Yamazaki single malt whiskey. Of course there are also different tastings available (some of which are paid), so we highly recommend a visit to this brewery.
Website: Official Site (English)

Address: 5-2-1 Yamazaki, Shimamoto-cho, Mishima-gun, Osaka Prefecture (Google Map)

50. Daiso 100-yen Department Store - Shinsaibashi Store [Shopping]

Daisy 100-yen department store chain stores throughout Japan, all products are priced at 100 yen, and with such a wide variety of products, high quality, and exquisite designs, it’s really hard to believe that everything only costs 100 yen. Such high-quality and low-priced products are very suitable for you to use as your first choice when purchasing "Made in Japan" souvenirs, or even for home use.
  
Website: http://www.daiso-sangyo.co.jp/shop/index.php?prc=detail&sid=8646
Address: 3-10-3 Minamisenba, Chuo-ku, Osaka City (Google Map)

From the above introduction, you can see that Osaka is a place where natural charm and super friendly Osaka people are perfectly combined.



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