Published On: Fri, Oct 21st, 2016

Explore the Attractions in Osaka

Osaka has been in a lively commercial hub since ancient times. Osaka is blessed with a long history and rich culture, Osaka has a lot to offer for the tourists from across the world. Home to a lively urban landscape with friendly people and delicious food, Osaka is perfect for sightseeing, shopping and entertainment. Here are some of the most popular attractions that you cannot miss when travel to Osaka:

Japan Rail Osaka Station Umeda. Located in West Japan, Japan Rail Osaka Station Umeda is the biggest train station. Japan Rail Osaka Station Umeda is home to a large shopping area around the station, such as the department stores, which is an underground shopping mall- Whitey, as well as the Grand Front Osaka, which is a new massive shopping complex. Nearby attractions also include the Yodobashi camera electronic store where there are a lot waiting for you to explore.

Osaka Castle. As a large castle blessed with a moat, and gardens home to cherry blossom trees, Osaka Castle is was established in 1583. Osaka Castle provides a 360 view of the entire city from the top level. There is a museum dedicated to Japanese history, offering the chance to visitors to dress up in a samurai outfit and take pictures.

The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living. The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living is a museum where you can learn something about the history of life in Osaka in ancient times. There are also events held in this museum, such as theatrical performances, which are native to the Kansai region. Do not miss the nearby attraction-Tenjinbashisuji Rokuchome station located on the Sakaisuji line where is also worth visiting for your trip to Osaka!

All in all, no matter where you choose to go, make sure to have fun!

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