Step back in time on the 8th floor at this really creative museum
The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living was opened back in 2001 yet still didn’t appear in one of the most popular travel guide books that we took with us and we heard about it locally. I have seen an ...
The buildings and street models of Osaka's early years are displayed in the museum. With the changes in the sound and lights, it shows the round-the-clock rotation of rain and shine, exhibiting the ways of life for Osaka residents in different historical periods. It is a good place to learn about Japanese history and customs. In addition, visitors to the museum can wear a kimono, experiencing the Edo era of Japan in person.
Attractions Near The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living