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Shinsaibashi

Shinsaibashi

4.6/53,468 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Shinsaibashi is a well-known commercial shopping district in Osaka. It is centered on Shinsaibashi Commercial Street. It has a variety of boutiques, specialty stores, and department stores, as well as a variety of shops where you can buy Japanese groceries. Of course, you can also shop big brands. It is a must-visit shopping paradise. You can also find food from all over the world as well as local speciality such as Okonomiyaki, fried skewers, takoyaki, and ramen.
Dotonbori

Dotonbori

4.6/51,888 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Located at the southern end of Shinsaibashi, Dotonbori is a well-known and bustling business district, famous for its neighboring theaters, commercial and entertainment venues, and as the birthplace of Osaka cuisine. Japanese people often say "eat in Osaka", which shows that there are many restaurants here. There are huge billboards on both sides of the river with exaggerated and attractive shapes. Among them, the big crab signboard of Glico's signboard and Kani Dōraku's crab are the places where tourists take photos of the most. At night when the neon lights are flashing, you can also take a sightseeing boat and enjoy the night view of the city.
Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle

4.6/51,999 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Local time)
Located in the center of Osaka, Osaka Castle is a major landmark of Osaka. It is also listed as one of the three famous castles in Japan's history together with Nagoya Castle and Kumamoto Castle. The Osaka Castle is divided into inner, middle, and outer castles (i.e., Honmaru, Ninomaru, Sannomaru). The magnificent city gate, the steep walls and the wide moats inside and outside are very spectacular. The pavilion also overlooks the streetscape around Osaka Castle. In the parks of the castle, plum blossoms and cherry blossoms bloom in their respective seasons, and they are famous places to enjoy plum and cherry blossoms in Osaka.
Tsutenkaku

Tsutenkaku

4.4/5582 Reviews
Observation Deck
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM (Local time)
Located in the Shinsekai district of Osaka and patterned after the Eiffel Tower, Tsutenkaku has become an iconic landmark building in Osaka. At night, the tower is lit with colorful lights and is an attractive sight in this southern city of Japan. Visitors to the top observation deck can enjoy beautiful views of the streets below while taking in the bustling city from a different perspective.
Nijo Castle

Nijo Castle

4.5/51,185 Reviews
Historical Architecture
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
8:45-16:00 (the castle is closed at 17:00); July and August opening hours 8:00-18:00 (the castle is closed at 19:00); September opening hours 8:00-16:00 ( The castle is closed at 17:00) (Local time)
Once the acting residence of the Tokugawa shoguns while in Kyoto, Nijo Castle is also serves as a symbol of the power of the Tokugawa Shogunate. The castle is surrounded by high walls and a moat, with the inside rooms connected by a corridor installed with the famous "nightingale floors". These floors were designed to make a chirping sound when walked upon so as to prevent intruding assassins at night. The castle opens in the evening during cherry blossom season, attracting flocks of visitors to view the magnificent cherry blossom trees.
Namba

Namba

4.5/5184 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Namba is a neighborhood located in Osaka’s Chuo and Naniwa wards. Known as an entertainment district, it contains some of Osaka’s most popular bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and arcades. Shopping is also popular in Namba with several large and smaller scale department stores scattered throughout. Visitors will find there is lots to recommend in Namba, making it a worthwhile stop during anyone’s visit to Osaka.
Umeda Sky Building

Umeda Sky Building

4.6/5643 Reviews
Observation Deck
The opening hours of the shops are different. Observatory 10:00-22:30 (admission stopped at 22:00, Japan time),Please check the official website for special opening day, closed day . (Local time)
The Umeda Sky Building is located in the Umeda district of north Osaka. A rather uniquely designed building, it consists of two towers that are connected at the top with a rooftop observatory deck, from which visitors can view the dazzling streets below. The building has become a landmark in Osaka, with visitors coming to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
America Mura

America Mura

4.5/5286 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Mon - Fri 10:30 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
America Mura refers to the area near Shinsaibashi in Osaka. It takes on a very different style from the adjacent popular Shinsaibashi Shopping Street and the elegant Midosuji Boulevard. The area is filled with hundreds of boutique stores, restaurants, and special hotels, and the American style of the pedestrians will make you feel like you are walking the streets of America.
Gion

Gion

4.5/5497 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Situated in the scenic area of Higashiyama, Gion is a traditional entertainment district in Kyoto. Nowadays, it is a well-known attraction in Kyoto, and a must-see place for many tourists wishing to spot a geisha. During the day, the traditional Japanese restaurants and teahouses of this area serve as a place of relaxation, and visitors may often encounter geishas passing by. However, the evening is when this place really comes to life. You can expect to meet geisha and maiko here, or you could head to Gion Corner to watch a traditional art performance.
Hanamikoji

Hanamikoji

4.4/5712 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Hanamikoji is located in the Gion district of Kyoto and is well known for its old streets. Geisha still live here today, and as night falls, tourists have a good chance of encountering one of Japan's living national treasures flitting past. The area has remained a stylish place ever since the Edo period, and it is one of the few places where geisha can still be seen.