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An onsen theme park with full resort facilities, SpaWorld features natural hot springs where you will feel like you are traveling on a world tour, as well as a huge pool and other amusement spots located throughout the complex.
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Spa World
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An onsen theme park with full resort facilities, SpaWorld features natural hot springs where you will feel like you are traveling on a world tour, as well as a huge pool and other amusement spots located throughout the complex.
グルメシーン
Tsutenkaku Tower (lit. “tower reaching heaven”) was first built in 1912 and looked much more like the Eiffel Tower than its current iteration. It was taken down during WWII and later rebuilt in 1956, designed by Tachu Naito, who also created Tokyo Tower and Sapporo’s TV Tower. It stands 103 meters tall with an observation deck 91 meters high. An open-air deck built in 2015 offers a panoramic view while the exterior is covered in thousands of LED lights that change color depending on the season (think red and green for Christmas, pink for cherry blossoms). The whole thing is aptly sponsored by Hitachi, which advertises in bold letters on one of its eight sides. Find the gold Billiken statue on the 5th floor observation deck of the tower. The Billiken, a small elf-like figure with a mischievous smile, is a good luck figure invented in America during the New Thought Movement that grew popular upon its arrival in Japan in 1910. He is known as the God of Happiness or “Things as they ought to be.” The original wooden statue was kept in Luna Park but disappeared when the park was demolished. The current statue was created in 1979 to attract visitors to the tower but he’s since become a symbol of the entire city, and tourists visit just to rub his feet for good luck and to place a coin in his donation box.
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Shin-Sekai
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Tsutenkaku Tower (lit. “tower reaching heaven”) was first built in 1912 and looked much more like the Eiffel Tower than its current iteration. It was taken down during WWII and later rebuilt in 1956, designed by Tachu Naito, who also created Tokyo Tower and Sapporo’s TV Tower. It stands 103 meters tall with an observation deck 91 meters high. An open-air deck built in 2015 offers a panoramic view while the exterior is covered in thousands of LED lights that change color depending on the season (think red and green for Christmas, pink for cherry blossoms). The whole thing is aptly sponsored by Hitachi, which advertises in bold letters on one of its eight sides. Find the gold Billiken statue on the 5th floor observation deck of the tower. The Billiken, a small elf-like figure with a mischievous smile, is a good luck figure invented in America during the New Thought Movement that grew popular upon its arrival in Japan in 1910. He is known as the God of Happiness or “Things as they ought to be.” The original wooden statue was kept in Luna Park but disappeared when the park was demolished. The current statue was created in 1979 to attract visitors to the tower but he’s since become a symbol of the entire city, and tourists visit just to rub his feet for good luck and to place a coin in his donation box.
KYOBASHI IS AS CENTRAL AS YOU CAN GET IN OSAKA. IT HAS THE DISTINCTION OF BEING ONE OF THE CITY'S LARGEST BUSINESS DISTRICTS WHILE BEING CLOSE TO MANY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, MOST NOTABLY OSAKA CASTLE PARK. IT IS KNOWN FOR ITS SHOPPING AND NIGHTLIFE, ESPECIALLY ITS NUMEROUS IZAKAYAS AND TACHINOMI, OR STANDING BARS. Kyobashi is a hub both day and night. It is known equally for its shopping and nightlife, especially its numerous izakayas and tachinomi, or standing bars. Kyobashi station is served by JR West’s Osaka Loop Line, Gakkentoshi Line, and Tozai Line; Keihan Railway’s Main Line; and Osaka Municipal Subway’s Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line. The Loop Line is just what it sounds like--a large loop that runs both clockwise and counterclockwise and serves Osaka’s major central hubs. Kyobashi is just one stop away from Osaka Station, and is thus a very convenient location to live in for those working in downtown Osaka.
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KYOBASHI IS AS CENTRAL AS YOU CAN GET IN OSAKA. IT HAS THE DISTINCTION OF BEING ONE OF THE CITY'S LARGEST BUSINESS DISTRICTS WHILE BEING CLOSE TO MANY TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, MOST NOTABLY OSAKA CASTLE PARK. IT IS KNOWN FOR ITS SHOPPING AND NIGHTLIFE, ESPECIALLY ITS NUMEROUS IZAKAYAS AND TACHINOMI, OR STANDING BARS. Kyobashi is a hub both day and night. It is known equally for its shopping and nightlife, especially its numerous izakayas and tachinomi, or standing bars. Kyobashi station is served by JR West’s Osaka Loop Line, Gakkentoshi Line, and Tozai Line; Keihan Railway’s Main Line; and Osaka Municipal Subway’s Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line. The Loop Line is just what it sounds like--a large loop that runs both clockwise and counterclockwise and serves Osaka’s major central hubs. Kyobashi is just one stop away from Osaka Station, and is thus a very convenient location to live in for those working in downtown Osaka.
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The Tennoji Zoo opened in January 1915 as the third zoo in Japan. The zoo's approximately 11 hectares house 1,000 animals of 200 different types, including everything from lions, and chimpanzees, to the always-popular koalas, New Zealand kiwis (which can only be viewed at the Tennoji zoo), and distinctive, black-headed drills. In addition to attempting to reproduce the animals' natural habitats as closely as possible, the Tennoji Zoo also serves as a kind of ecological exhibition, introducing the public to the way these animals live. The reptile house, Ifar, for example, was meticulously designed to resemble real animal habitats. The hippo enclosure is Japan's first transparent pool enclosure. The rhino enclosure mimics the African savanna.
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Osaka Tennoji Zoo
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The Tennoji Zoo opened in January 1915 as the third zoo in Japan. The zoo's approximately 11 hectares house 1,000 animals of 200 different types, including everything from lions, and chimpanzees, to the always-popular koalas, New Zealand kiwis (which can only be viewed at the Tennoji zoo), and distinctive, black-headed drills. In addition to attempting to reproduce the animals' natural habitats as closely as possible, the Tennoji Zoo also serves as a kind of ecological exhibition, introducing the public to the way these animals live. The reptile house, Ifar, for example, was meticulously designed to resemble real animal habitats. The hippo enclosure is Japan's first transparent pool enclosure. The rhino enclosure mimics the African savanna.
Korea Town (Tsuruhashi) FacebookPinterest3TwitterRedditPrint The largest Korean neighbourhood in Japan is home to some of the best Korean food eateries and stores in Osaka. Robert Kodama takes us through the old and new market in search for an authentic Korean experience without the need of purchasing a plane ticket.
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Tsuruhashi
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Korea Town (Tsuruhashi) FacebookPinterest3TwitterRedditPrint The largest Korean neighbourhood in Japan is home to some of the best Korean food eateries and stores in Osaka. Robert Kodama takes us through the old and new market in search for an authentic Korean experience without the need of purchasing a plane ticket.
エリアガイド
The lively entertainment area of Dotonbori is Osaka’s most famous tourist destination and renowned for its gaudy neon lights, extravagant signage, and the enormous variety of restaurants and bars.
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Dotonbori
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The lively entertainment area of Dotonbori is Osaka’s most famous tourist destination and renowned for its gaudy neon lights, extravagant signage, and the enormous variety of restaurants and bars.