After Dotonbori this is a great place to get some food; they say that Osaka is Japan's kitchen and I gotta say that I agree with that statement. So many places to select from but the ones we tried wer...
Come during the night. The lights of the area make this place magical and dare I say, romantic? This is considered as the second most taken photo in Osaka behind the Glico man. So be wary of how busy ...
Shinsekai is a colorful area to the west of Tennoji Park packed with shops and restaurants but it is best known for its proximity to the iconic Tsutenkaku Tower. The area opened originally in 1912 alo...
Definitely among one of the images when you think of Osaka. The wires, the signboards, and the Tsutenkaku combined into an intriguing cityscape. It may not be as modern as the Dotonbori, still a landm...
The new world, although called the New World, has been seen to have a strong sense of old and broken. The New World was built in 1912. Its southern part mimics New York, the north mimics Paris, and the southeastern artisan Yokota is one of the representatives of the nostalgic lanes of the New World. It is said that because the geishers here played the Dazheng, the craftsmen Named after the sound of the piano, the official name is now Nanyangtong Shopping Street.
After the reconstruction of Osaka after World War II, the artisan Heng Ding was once a favorite shopping street for locals. It still retains its original appearance. It is izakaya, Japanese rotisserie, grocery store and chess room filled with uncles. Very lively. One of Osaka's landmarks, the Tsutenkaku, is located in the northern part of the New World. Although the tower that leads to the sky looks a bit sloppy, it is the nostalgic complex of many Osaka people.
bought a crepe in a dessert shop and recorded the birth of a crepe with a lens.
Now put the prepared noodle into the preheated round cake pan, then roll the dough into a round shape with a roller, wait until it is cooked and removed. Squeeze the cream on the dough, add red beans, and ice cream, then roll into a tapered hand, add some cream to the remaining crust, then roll it out and roll it with paper. A crepe is like this. finished.
The iconic photo of Osaka New World is a photo of a giant puffer fish lantern and a photo taken by Tsutenkaku. It looks colorful and magnificent. In order to find this photo, we have to come here to see. When we arrived, the day was still dark, the lanterns were not bright, only the numerous wires in the sky were intertwined, and there were countless giant animal styling signs, while the big belly puffer lanterns hung in the middle of the road and looked very funny. The puffer fish lanterns correspond to the expensive puffer fish dishes. This puffer fish speciality shop is surrounded by blue waves and puffer lanterns. The most famous food in the New World is still fried skewers, which is the civilian cuisine of Osaka. Here, there is the Japanese sashimi called "Shu " (the front of the door stands the Blessing of the gods), and there are also the ancestors of the ancestral sizzling shop "the first generation ? ", and the series of fried squid is very rich.? (The signboard is a chef standing with two fried slings standing there, with a serious expression), and the dumpling shop Osaka King, as well as a game hall, barber shop, etc. Just go to a fried skewer and you'll be able to eat authentic fried skewers.
#tripaway got a update recently that the iconic pufferfish have been taken away due to the closure of the restaurants. I am lucky to get a photo of it. #japan
Shinsekai is Osaka's famous old neighborhood that encompasses Tsutenkaku Tower and many historical shops. Many iconic scenes are found here, and it is especially known for the image of puffer fish lanterns set off against the tower. The area has also appeared in many films and television programs. The grassroots sentiment of this district has not changed much over the years, and this is a good place to discover the past prosperity of Osaka, with the communal atmosphere of the city fully reflected here.