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Osaka is a city that blends the traditional with the hyper-modern, presenting both with a distinctly local flavor. Osaka embraces both nature and consumerism, and seeks to take this combination to new heights by creating eco-friendly, futuristic spaces that sit alongside its shrines, temples, and castles from long-ago. This guide will help you enjoy the balance that Osaka is so good at providing: from the busy shopping complexes of Umeda, to the gentle serenity of the Castle Park (and every famous and delicious food stall in between) - make the most of your time in this vibrant, merry city that is responsible for so much of Japan's best food, culture, and architecture.

Good for
  • History Buff
  • Thrill Seeker
  • Shopping Fanatic
  • Art and Architecture Lover
  • Nightlife Seeker
  • Nature Lover
  • Foodie
  • Luxury Traveller
  • Thrifty Traveller
  • Trendsetter
  • Like a Local

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15 Places

Day 1

Osaka Castle

Castles

Osaka Castle Park

Castles

Shitennoji Temple

Religious Sites

Hozen Temple

Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks

Namba Parks

Shopping Malls

Day 2

Osaka Station City

Department Stores, Shopping Malls

Grand Front Osaka

Speciality & Gift Shops

Floating Garden

Gardens, Points of Interest & Landmarks

Hep Five Ferris Wheel

Points of Interest & Landmarks

Day 3

Shinsaibashi

Neighbourhoods

Dotonbori

Neighbourhoods

National Bunraku Theater

Theatres

Tenjimbashisuji Shopping Street

Speciality & Gift Shops

Namba Yasaka Shrine

Religious Sites

Spa World

Amusement & Theme Parks, Spas, Onsen Resorts

Maddie S's City Tips

  • Osaka has a comprehensive subway system that makes any part of the city highly accessible. As such, no two destinations are ever too far apart.
  • It is not customary to tip at Japanese restaurants. As tips will be returned to you, it is best to save your change and avoid embarrassing the wait staff.
  • It is customary to wash your hands before entering a temple or shrine. Use the wooden dippers at the entrance: pick up the water and pour it over your hands.
    Day 1
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    Osaka Castle
    Castles
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    Maddie S Says:

    If there is one must-see for any visitor to the city, Osaka Castle is it. In addition to being a historically significant architectural and artistic marvel, it is easy to plan a full day of activities around a trip here. Its 15 lush acres of grounds provide visitors with much to do and see, nestled away into parkland that's gorgeous in any season. Osaka Castle itself is eight towering storeys strategically built on a rock-face overlooking a picturesque moat. With a long, chequered history since the 1500s, as an army stronghold and an arms storage facility, today it houses a museum dedicated to retelling its past, and outlining its importance throughout various periods. The structure itself, repaired to its Edo-era glory, boasts a fantastic view of the city from its top floor, and of the gilded golden koi fish that sit on the wings of the roof, guarding over it. Visit for the history, the beauty, the art, and the artifacts; and afterwards, enjoy a stroll around the grounds, exploring the many fortifications and gates that stand strong to this day.

    Good for
    • Must See
    • History Buff
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • While exploring, keep an eye out for the famous stone marking the spot where Toyotomi Hideyori committed suicide alongside his mother, the first time the castle was captured.
    • The metro stations nearest to the castle all have exit signs with arrows clearly pointing visitors in the right direction. Don't worry about getting lost.
    • While the castle looks to be 5 storeys from the outside, on the inside it is in fact 8, and a lift services them all.
    Plan to stay:
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #11 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • quirky little museum inside 26/04/2015
    • Historical Visit 26/04/2015
    • Osaka Castle
    Address:
    1-1 Osakajo, Chuo-ku
    Osaka 540-0002
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6941-3044
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    9:00 - 4:30
    Other:
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    Osaka Castle Park
    Castles
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    Maddie S Says:

    Osaka Castle Park, located alongside the castle, is one of the largest public parks in the city. Its grounds contain elegant maple and ginko trees, spacious fields and sports pitches, a duck pond, and the Castle Keep Tower - from whose spire there is a lovely view of the cityscape and parklands. Old fortifications dot the greenery, and beautiful old gates still stand solemnly along the walkways. Home to street stalls during lively festival days, the Castle Park is a great place to stroll and get some fresh air after visiting Osaka Castle.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Must See
    • Shopping Fanatic
    • Nature Lover
    Tips
    • In the spring (from April-May), Castle Park is a prime destination for hanami - cherry blossom (and plum blossom) viewings, with meals enjoyed outside beneath the blossoms.
    • If you go during the weekend, it's very likely you'll find music here, courtesy of local buskers.
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #4 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    Certificate of Excellence 2014Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • In the middle of everything is an oasis and local hangout 26/04/2015
    • Nice park to chill in 26/04/2015
    • Osaka Castle Park
    Address:
    Osakajo, Chuoku
    Osaka 540-0002
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6941-1144
    Other:
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    Shitennoji Temple
    Religious Sites
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    Maddie S Says:

    The Buddhist temple of Shitennō-ji was the first of its kind in Japan, having been commissioned in the year 593. With a far longer lineage of use and refurbishment than Osaka Castle, the Temple was built by Prince Shōtoku to pay homage to four godly Kings and to bring order to his lands. As such, the structures which still stand today include the ancient hospital and welfare institute, nestled close to the treasured Golden Pavilion, a five-storey pagoda of splendid vermillion which houses a detailed image of the god Kannon. Great gates contain and protect the complex, which is generally serene even during the high tourist season. After the bustle of some of Osaka's busier attractions, Shitennō-ji is a wonderful way to take a peaceful step back into the past and experience it for yourself. It is truly a treasured piece of Japan's spiritual history.

    Good for
    • Thrifty Traveller
    • History Buff
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • Far to the west stands a stone torii gate: this gate is believed to have direct access to the Pure Lands. Definitely keep an eye out for it.
    • Remember to wear matching socks! If you decide to enter the pagoda, you will be asked to remove your shoes while you walk up it.
    • On the 21st and 22nd of every month, a massive flea market is held at Shitennō-ji. Though it is busy on these days, it is also one of the best times to visit.
    • Student discounts are available with valid ID.
    • Access to the Treasures Hall costs a small additional fee. Worth it if you are interested in Buddhist relics, art, and imagery.
    • The Temple is near to Tennoji zoo, which can make for a fun and easy stop, especially if you are traveling with children.
    • The nearest metro station is Tennoji. From here, Shitennō-ji is about a 10-15 minute walk away.
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #29 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • A Quick Visit 21/04/2015
    • nothing much to see... 14/04/2015
    • Shitennoji Temple
    Address:
    1-11-18 Shitennoji, Tennoji-ku
    Osaka 543-0051
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6771-0066
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    8:00 - 4:00
    Other:
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    Hozen Temple
    Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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    Maddie S Says:

    Hōzen Temple, a paragon of the Shingon sect of Buddhism, provides a lively and interesting contrast to Shitennō-ji Temple. Marvel at the detail in the obsidian devil head tiles, pray for good luck at the shinto shrine, or enjoy the fresh incense-perfumed next to the scenic pond. The main attraction however, is the statue of Mizukake Fudo (officially Fudo Myoo), designed to be a fearful reminder of the power of justice, with its glowering expression and towering size. As it happens, the face of the statue was too handsome to be feared! Legend has it that a woman went there to make a wish and poured shrine water over it. Then, when she placed her hands together to pray, moss suddenly appeared covering the statue. Today, that moss not only hides the face of the statue, but it is lovingly preserved by locals and visitors alike. An interactive shrine experience, Hōzen is not to be missed.

    Good for
    • History Buff
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • The Temple is also open at night, when lanterns illuminate the site. It is a wonderful time to visit if you'd like to take some hauntingly beautiful photos.
    • It's customary to pour water over the statue before making a wish/prayer. Use the wooden dippers at the entrance, or ask for help; helping is a goodwill gesture for locals.
    Plan to stay:
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #49 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • Intriguing temple in a great area. 24/03/2015
    • nice little temple 25/02/2015
    • Hozen Temple
    Address:
    1-2-16 Namba, Chuo-ku
    Osaka 542-0076
    Japan
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    Namba Parks
    Shopping Malls
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    Maddie S Says:

    Namba Parks is part-park, part-shopping complex, and you will be amazed at how seamlessly these concepts fit together here, where ascending parkland rises eight storeys high, comprising of fields and forest, waterfalls and streams. The shopping center is built on top and astride the greenery, with terraces, cafes, and a rooftop garden lining the route into the super-modern retail canyon - a shopper's paradise containing no less than 120 stores and restaurants. With much to choose from in terms of cuisine (from pizza to bibimbap, snacks to fine dining), plus a cinema to visit afterwards, Namba Parks is a great place to end your day on a relaxing note of food, fashion, and film.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Shopping Fanatic
    • Nature Lover
    Tips
    • To reach the Namba Parks, exit at Namba Station (Nankai Rail) and head south.
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #37 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • More Than Just a Mall 21/04/2015
    • Relaxing shopping experience 09/04/2015
    • Namba Parks
    Address:
    2 Nanbanaka Naniwa-ku
    Osaka 556-0011
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6644-7100
    Other:
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    Osaka Station City
    Department Stores, Shopping Malls
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    Maddie S Says:

    Osaka Station isn't merely a train station. Located in the Umeda district (and attached to the Umeda Station complex), it is more accurately described as an underground city, where shopping is the most popular pastime. Housing many unique Japanese fashion brands, and a number of restaurants and bakeries, Osaka Station is a great place to kick off a day exploring the Umeda district. Browse its complex maze of shops, sit down to a breakfast of fresh-baked breads and Japanese tea, or visit the Daimaru department store for a few bargains or last-minute essentials for your trip.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Luxury Traveller
    • Shopping Fanatic
    Tips
    • Located north of Osaka Station, Yodobashi Camera has a huge outlet here, selling good-value electronic goods and accessories.
    • Located opposite, the Hilton Plaza offers diners and shoppers a more luxuriant, less crowded place to sit down, eat, shop, or get pampered.
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #34 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • utter madness and confusion 26/04/2015
    • Shop till you drop. 25/04/2015
    Address:
    Umeda, Kita-ku
    Osaka 530-0001
    Japan
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    10:00 - 9:00
    Other:
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    Grand Front Osaka
    Speciality & Gift Shops
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    Maddie S Says:

    Not far from Osaka Station, Grand Front Osaka is as contemporary a shopping experience as Japan has to offer. Showcasing the best in progressive eco-friendly architecture, it features a relaxation plaza surrounded by water in its entranceway, a rooftop garden on the ninth floor, terraces on various levels, and its southern and northern walks are lined with ginko and zelkova trees. The greenery allows you to take a deep breath, even when surrounded by the many other shoppers here to browse Grand Front's 250 plus shops. Restaurants, cafes, exhibition spaces, and dessert spots can be found in between the best of Japanese local designers and international brands. Grab a hoji-cha parfait on one floor, and wash it down with a sakura latte from Starbucks on the next. A wonderful place to shop, explore, eat, and take in what's current and trendy in the city.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Luxury Traveller
    • Trendsetter
    • Shopping Fanatic
    Tips
    • Grand Front also features the Panasonic Center and the Active Lab: both free, they provide fun and interactive science experiences, especially great for kids.
    • This is a popular destination, so many restaurants/cafes will have lines. Don't worry: they are used to a high turnover and move very quickly.
    • Most of the restaurants are located either street-side or on the 7th floor.
    • The top floor has a free rock-climbing gym! Why not? Get your Spider-man on.
    From the community
    Ranked #7 of 63 Shopping in Osaka
    • Modern Osaka 09/04/2015
    • Lots of shops and lots of restaurants 05/03/2015
    • Grand Front Osaka
    Address:
    Ofukacho, Kita-ku
    Osaka 530-0011
    Japan
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    10:00 - 9:00
    Other:
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    Floating Garden
    Gardens, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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    Maddie S Says:

    The 40 storeys of the Umeda Sky Building make it one of the tallest buildings in Japan, and one of Osaka's most memorable landmarks. Its unique design features escalators encased in glass tubing, suspended between its two towers, which lead all the way up to its greatest height: an upper atrium that contains the luminous 'floating sky garden.' This rooftop observatory offers a delightful view of the city (especially at sunset or nightfall), with a glowing floor that mimics the lights and colors of the galaxy on an inky black backdrop. The Umeda Sky Building also features a lower observation deck with interactive exhibits, a gift shop with great souvenirs, a restaurant near the top, and a basement filled with more unique dining options.

    Good for
    • Peace and Quiet Seeker
    • Must See
    • Thrill Seeker
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    • Nature Lover
    Tips
    • Known for having some of the highest escalators in the world, the Sky Building may not be a good idea if you're afraid of heights or claustrophobic.
    • Outside of the building, you'll find a small, peaceful garden with streams, and a nearby cafe. Especially serene at midday.
    • The Sky Building's basement has been built to look like a series of Japanese streets from the early 1900s: visit here for restaurants set in an old Japanese ambiance.
    • There is free city WiFi on the top floors of the building: enter your email address to connect.
    • Umeda Sky Building offers free access to holders of the Osaka Amazing Pass.
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #9 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    Certificate of Excellence 2014Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Where's the garden? 26/04/2015
    • A long Way Up 26/04/2015
    • Floating Garden
    Address:
    1-1-88 Oyodonaka, Kita-ku
    Umeda Sky Building
    Osaka 531-0076
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6440-3855
    Other:
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    Hep Five Ferris Wheel
    Points of Interest & Landmarks
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    Maddie S Says:

    If you're going to shop, you may as well go all out and shop 'til you drop. HEP Five is perfect for a night filled with entertainment and retail therapy. HEP stands for 'Hankyu Entertainment Park,' and with good reason: along with 100-plus shops and eateries catering to the hippest of the hip, there is also a ferris wheel with a great city view, and a gigantic piece of installation art (in the form of two red whales suspended from the ceiling) to enjoy here. The Tempozan Ferris Wheel is embedded into the building, and has maps of the city inside its carts, so you can see where you've been and where you're headed.

    Good for
    • Trendsetter
    • Thrill Seeker
    • Nightlife Seeker
    Tips
    • The ferris wheel also contains speakers where you can plug in your iPod and enjoy your own playlist while you ride.
    • The Tempozan Ferris Wheel is free to holders of the Osaka Amazing Pass.
    Plan to stay:
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #38 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • Perfect view 18/04/2015
    • Overcome your acrophobia and enjoy the view at a bargain price! 11/04/2015
    • Hep Five Ferris Wheel
    Address:
    5-15 Kakudacho, Kita-ku
    Hep Five Mall
    Osaka
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6313-0501
    Other:
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    Shinsaibashi
    Neighbourhoods
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    Maddie S Says:

    To combine some of Osaka's traditional charm with its modern flare is essential, and starting your day in the Shinsaibashi district is a great way to do it. This famous shopping street is covered by a glass dome, making it a good spot to visit whatever the weather. Close to the interesting streets of Dōtonbori and Amerika-mura, it is a well-located launch point for a day's exploration, but worth checking out in its own right too. Its many shops and stores boast some of the best names in brands, plus everything from curiosity shops to specialty shops to luxury fashion. It is an amazing place for finding the latest trends at a discounted price, and perfect for working up an appetite before visiting Dōtonbori (nearby foodie haven).

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Shopping Fanatic
    • Nightlife Seeker
    Tips
    • Enjoy a leisurely breakfast as most of the Shinsaibashi's shops open between 10-11am.
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #6 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • shop till you drop 26/04/2015
    • shinsaibashi suji & ebisubashi suji 26/04/2015
    • Shinsaibashi
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    Dotonbori
    Neighbourhoods
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    Maddie S Says:

    As a lunch stop, Dōtonbori won't disappoint. With its free-spirited decorations and flashy neon signs, let Dōtonbori's cuisine culture pull you in to its warm (if a little odd) embrace. Situated alongside a lively canal, there is no such thing as subtlety in this area of Osaka, where giant mechanical crabs and huge octopi statues adorn shop fronts, tempting passers-by with promises of what specialty food lies in wait just beyond their doors. The area is considered the best place in the city to try some of Osaka's signature dishes - from 'okonomiyaki' (Japanese pancake), to 'takoyaki' (fried octopus in dough) - at a low-cost. And as this is THE place for 'kuidaore' ('eat until you drop' philosophy), go all-in, and experience udon, yakiniku grilled meat, ramen, and red-bean cakes fried street-side. With delicious food at every turn, and a happening nightlife to tempt you back later, the bravado of what was once Osaka's theater district will sweep you up and leave you feeling full and satisfied.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    Tips
    • While in the area, don't miss the opportunity to take a snap of the Iconic Glico Man. An Osaka staple, the always-stylish running-man helps celebrate the city's athletics.
    • While there are plenty of restaurants along Dōtonbori, both famous and delicious, the street food is really the highlight. Hit up as many vendors as your stomach has room for!
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #1 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • The spirit of Osaka, best by night! 26/04/2015
    • Take photo with Glicoman that's a must! 26/04/2015
    • Dotonbori
    Address:
    Dotonbori, Chuo-ku
    Osaka 542-0076
    Japan
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    National Bunraku Theater
    Theatres
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    Maddie S Says:

    If you are looking for a taste of Osaka's heritage while you are in the area, take the time to stop by the National Bunraku Theater. Bunraku is the city's traditional form of story-telling through puppetry, developed in the early 1800's. It involves puppeteers (Ningyōzukai), narrating chanters (Tayū), with shamisen music and taiko drumming providing the soundtrack to the tale. Along with Osakan Bunraku performed here, there are frequent manzai, shamisen, and rakugo shows (all traditional forms of entertainment) in the smaller of the two halls.

    Good for
    • History Buff
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • Because there is so much seating, tickets do not have to be bought in advance. Simply show up on the day you'd like to see a show, and find out what's on.
    • The Bunraku Theater is incredibly accessible to foreign visitors: English audio tapes translate the stories as they are portrayed live, making it simple to follow along.
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #18 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • If you are staying nearby, drop in and see the puppets 07/04/2015
    • Go for a bit 10/01/2015
    • National Bunraku Theater
    Address:
    1-12-10 Nippombashi, Chuo-ku
    Osaka 542-0073
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6212-2531
    Other:
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    Tenjimbashisuji Shopping Street
    Speciality & Gift Shops
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    Maddie S Says:

    Casinos and restaurants make up the difference in an area dotted by shops favored by the local Japanese here in Tenjimbashisuji. With reasonably-priced clothing, quick snack food markets, and lots of special deals - all being energetically advertised to you - this area is a fun way to get an authentic feel of daily life in Osaka. Definitely worth a detour to wander a few of the streets along its lengthy, enclosed boulevard.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Shopping Fanatic
    Tips
    • On July 24-25th, during Tenjin Matsuri, this street is especially lively and covered with decorations. A great time to visit, though it'll be more crowded than usual!
    • The nearest metro station (if you aren't traveling by foot) is Temma.
    • Good for visiting when it's raining, as most of Tenjimbashisuji is covered by a domed ceiling.
    Plan to stay:
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #2 of 63 Shopping in Osaka
    • One Mile and a Half of Fun Along the Traditional Japanese Shopping Arcade 19/04/2015
    • A long shopping arcade, of experience! 15/04/2015
    • Tenjimbashisuji Shopping Street
    Address:
    5-6-30 Tenjimbashi Kita-ku
    Osaka
    Japan
    Other:
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    Namba Yasaka Shrine
    Religious Sites
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    Maddie S Says:

    The Namba Yasaka Shrine is a quick stop, but it leaves a powerful impression. The entryway is marked by the huge, gaping jaw of an embellished stone animal - unlike any other temple construction you'll find in the area. Inside, the purifying waters of the Shinto shrine rest alongside gorgeously detailed protective stone statues of lions, and war memorials that help keep the memories of the temple's past struggles alive.

    Good for
    • History Buff
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    • Nature Lover
    Tips
    • On the third Sunday in January, a Tug-of-War ritual is held on the grounds, to pay homage to the deity Susano-o (symbolizing his victory over an evil snake).
    Plan to stay:
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #47 of 306 things to do in Osaka
    • Unique shirine in Namba area 26/04/2015
    • A first note, captivating... 05/04/2015
    • Namba Yasaka Shrine
    Address:
    2-9-19 Motomachi Naniwa-ku
    Osaka 556-0016
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6641-1149
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    Spa World
    Amusement & Theme Parks, Spas, Onsen Resorts
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    Maddie S Says:

    Whether you'd like to end your time in Osaka here, or spend an entire day here - and forget about sightseeing altogether - you can't go wrong with a visit to Spa World. This eight-floor complex spares no expense in offering its guests a relaxing, world-class onsen experience. The onsen (natural hot spring) itself is found on the fourth and sixth floors, while other floors bring to life specific sauna and spa cultures from around the world - from the European Zone (with ancient Roman bath, a Greek medicinal bath, a Spanish open-air spring, a Blue Grotto with healing mud and Finnish saunas), to the Asian Zone (featuring Japanese outdoor baths in smooth, scented wood, a golden Persian spa, an exotic Bali bath, and an Islamic stone bath). Not enough to tempt you? The entry fee also gives you full access to the communal pool with water slides, the massive food court (with every kind of ice cream imaginable), relaxation and game rooms, plus multiple themed saunas.

    Good for
    • Peace and Quiet Seeker
    • Luxury Traveller
    • Trendsetter
    Tips
    • If you need a bit of extra relaxation, many massage rooms and packages are available.
    • If you stay at the Spa World Hotel, admission to Spa World itself is free.
    • The entry fee allows you to stay all day, and if you're really into it, you can pay extra to stay the night, too: there is even a hotel attached!
    • Amenities include hair dryers and tooth brushes, so every bit of you will leave feeling clean.
    • Everything in the Spa is paid for by the wrist-band you are provided with, so you need not worry about taking your wallet out of the locker.
    Plan to stay:
    More than 3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #1 of 16 Spas & Wellness in Osaka
    Certificate of Excellence 2014Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Lose your inhibitions and relax! 17/04/2015
    • Fantastic!! 15/04/2015
    • Spa World
    Address:
    3-4-24 Ebisu-higashi, Naniwa-ku
    Osaka 556-0002
    Japan
    Phone:
    +81 6-6631-0001
    Hours:
    Sun
    13:00 - 11:00
    Mon - Sat
    13:00 - 14:00
    Other:
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