Sights in Osaka


A photogenic town filled with eye-catching signs

Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan

One of the largest public aquariums in the world where you can enjoy the underwater world from around the Pacific Rim

Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle, the symbol of Osaka that abounds with history


Osaka’s greatest shopping area, sharing old and new

Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine

The main shrine of all Sumiyoshi shrines, beloved by Osakans for the Taiko-bashi Bridge and the Hattatsu-san Festival


Shinsekai, filled with the nostalgic air of Japan

Umeda Sky Building, Osaka

A 360-degree view spreads out from the unique rooftop garden connecting the 2 buildings


Umeda is THE place for everything from Japan’s cutting-edge trends to household applicances.

Osaka Tenman-gu Shrine

Boasting a history of 1000 years, it is a place where the god of learning and performing arts is enshrined and the st...

Konamon Museum

Make it, fry it and eat it. Try your hand at takoyaki right in its home of Dotombori!

Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street

The venerable shopping street boasting its status as Japan’s largest that has been given the name “The Nation’s Kitch...

Kamigata Ukiyo-e Museum

Unadorned actor prints are the attraction here! This is an art museum collecting only the ukiyo-e prints of Kamigata

Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shopping Street

An arcade specializing in kitchenware that absolutely belongs in the town of “kuidaore” (eat and shop until you drop)...

The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

The recreated Edo Era streets of Osaka recreated inside the building are extremely popular!


A retro tower soaring about 100m over the bustling masses!

Kuromon Ichiba Market

A treasure trove of umaimon (tasty goodies)! A lively and famous Osaka market

Hozen-ji Yokocho

A historic cobblestone alley with a “delicious” air


With fashion, music and art all rolled up in one place, this is Osaka’s area for trends!

Universal Studios Japan

Experience the world of movies for real at this theme park

The Floating Garden (Umeda Sky Building)

It’s a landmark in Umeda and was chosen as one of the top 20 structures in the world