Osaka GuideŌsaka is the third largest city in Japan, with a population of over 17 million people in its greater metropolitan area. It is the central metropolis of the Kansai region and the largest of the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto trio. HotelsFind hotels in Osaka, Suita, Amagasaki and more, including The St. Regis Osaka, Hotel Hankyu International, Ritz-Carlton Osaka, Arietta Hotel Osaka, Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka, Hotel Brighton City Osaka Kitahama and Imperial Hotel Osaka. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Osaka including Tsūtenkaku, Shitennō-ji, National Museum of Art, Osaka Castle Hall, Umeda Sky Building, Hōzen-ji Temple and National Bunraku Theatre. RestaurantsDiscover restaurants around Osaka including Jūsō, はがくれ ラグザ店, Saizeriya, 出入橋きんつば屋, CAFE IN THE PARK, そじ坊大阪第一生命ビル店 and Karin.
Popular in OsakaMinamiOsaka/Minami is the largest commercial area in Osaka. All manner of shops and entertainment can be found in the Minami Area, which stretches from Semba to the area surrounding Namba station. KitaThe Kita is an area in Osaka city. The area around Umeda station, where major terminals for the Osaka subway, JR, Hankyu and Hanshin railways can be found, boasts department stores, buildings full of fashionable shops and various attractions.
In OsakaTennojiOsaka/Tennoji is in Osaka. The fastest trains between Kansai Int'l Airport and Tennoji station are "Ltd.Express Haruka" which operates by JR West. Bay AreaOsaka/Bay Area is in Osaka city. The Bay Area of Osaka has recently developed into a place of large-scale facilities for shopping and entertainment, and has became popular among young people in particular. Osaka castleThe Osaka castle area is in Osaka city. This area consisting of many buildings surrounded by water is home to Osaka-castle … SouthSouth Osaka is the outer south district of Osaka. One of Japan's oldest Shinto shrines, with a history stretching back 1800 years. NorthOsaka/North is in Osaka. Northern Osaka covers the wards of Higashiyodogawa-ku, Nishiyodogawa-ku, and Yodogawa-ku. EastOsaka/East is in Osaka. Eastern Osaka covers the wards of Asahi, Joto, and Tsurumi.
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