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Top recommendations from locals

“You can see many kinds of animals in the zoo located in the middle of the city. The Tennoji Zoo was opened on January 1, 1915. It celebrated the 100th anniversary from the opening in 2015 and is currently known as the third oldest zoo in Japan. The zoo has about 1,000 animals of about 200 species in an approximately 11 hectare site and attracts many visitors as an urban oasis.”
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Minnismerki / kennileiti
“Shinsekai is a colorful area to the west of Tennoji Park packed with cheap shops and eateries and best known for its iconic Tsutenkaku Tower. The History of Shinsekai Shinsekai was designed as an entertainment district in the early 20th century, and originally modelled after the cities of New York and Paris. Opened in 1912, “Shinsekai” literally means “New World” and because of its modern image the area quickly became a popular tourist attraction.”
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“Spa world osaka - スパワールド Drawing on natural spring water, Osaka's Spa World is one of the largest hot spring complexes in the world, featuring themed rooms modeled after spas around the world and a water theme park on the roof”
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Place to eat
“Famous shopping area. Many local restaurants nearby. Good for shopping and visiting.”
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Place to eat
“Tsutenkaku is a symbol of Osaka is a tourist spot that does not take off absolutely. Also Tsutenkaku are also referred to as the Eiffel Tower of Naniwa”
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Discount Store
“Don Quijote a.k.a. DONKI is the most popular discount store in Japan with over 150 branches through the country. Literally, there is pretty much nothing that you can’t find at Donki stores as a massive variety of products are sold, including food, snacks, cosmetic, medicine, electric products, clothes, household items, and etc. It’s also one of the most popular spots to shop souvenirs among foreign visitors in Japan. Today, I’d like to introduce some of most recommended products to shop at Donki, all perfect for souvenirs to take home!”
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Place of Worship
“今宮戎神社 If you are a businessman or running your business, I do recommend to go to Imamiya-Yebisu Shrine. Every January, a big festival is held and tons of business owners try to be blessed by Yebisu God. (Yebisu God is the chubby guy printed on the label of Yebisu Beer. ) Why don’t you check out one of the most popular god among 8,000,000 gods in Japan!”
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“Award winning ramen shop which draws crowds of ramen fans and curious onlookers. A must try!”
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Hot Spring
“Hours / morning 8:00 to midnight 1:00 (a day, seven days a week) The final acceptance / Bathing: midnight 24:00 bedrock bath: midnight 23:00 ”
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“大阪通天閣でも有名な串揚げ屋さんのひとつ。Kushikatsu is a deep fried skewer which typically made up of meat, fish and vegetables. It looks like a small pork cutlets. The strict rule; the sauce is usually shared between the customers, so for hygienic reasons, you aren’t supposed to dip kushikatsu that you have once put in your mouth into the sauce. Enjoy Osaka local food!”
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Minnismerki / kennileiti
“The crusty, trusty, 103m-high steel-frame tower Tsūten-kaku - built 1912, rebuilt 1956 - is the central landmark of Shin-Sekai. ”
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Sublocality Level 4
“A landmark of Osaka. Tsutenkaku was built in 1912 as the symbol of Shin-Sekai (a new world). Tsutenkaku means "Building leading to heaven". Hours open to visitors 9:00 am - 9:00 pm ”
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“Here is famous for Kushikatsu. So Kushikatsu is the Osaka most famous food. You will feel real Osaka soul taste. So be careful, if you eat It. you can not dip the fried food into the sace two times.”
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Point of Interest
“木津市場 The Kizu Wholesale Market boasts a huge scale and has a history of more than 300 years. Although the wholesale professional gathers in the Kizu market, "Morning market (朝市)" is held in order for general people to enjoy it. The event held from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm on the 2nd Saturday and the last Saturday of every month and you can enjoy eating with fresh ingredients unique to the wholesale market. Also you can eat at restaurants that cook fresh seafood on other days too, but most restaurants close by noon.”
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“Tsutenkaku, the symbol of Naniwa" that towers over the town of Shinsekai, Osaka. Not just the exterior, but every corner inside the tower has been remodeled. Now it's the hottest spot around, offering excitement every day. Enjoy making your way to the top of Tsutenkaku over and over again, filled with thrills and laughter.”
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