Osaka tourism is attractive thanks to its monumental architecture, natural scenery as well as typical local cuisine. Along with Tokyo or Kyoto, Osaka is always on the list of places to visit in the country of cherry blossoms.
Referring to Osaka, people immediately think of the symbol of the city – Osaka Castle – a quite famous tourist destination of the country of the rising sun. Although built in the 16th century, this castle still retains its majesty and splendor. Around the castle is a large campus, planted with many flowers, especially cherries. In spring, Osaka Castle has really become an ideal flower-viewing spot.
In the summer, the Okawa River northwest of the castle becomes the main stage for the Tenjin-matsuri festival, giving visitors the chance to participate in one of Japan’s three biggest festivals here.
Osaka is also a modern city. Located in the heart of Shin Umeda district, Umeda Sky is an outstanding architectural work of the world. At 300 meters tall, Abeno Harukas in Osaka is the tallest skyscraper in Japan. Inside this building, there is a department store, an art museum, a hotel, and an observation deck. Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Department Store is the largest department store in Japan. Department store over 100,000 square meters with many international brands. With large glass panels all around, the 60th floor offers 360-degree panoramic views of Osaka. In addition, the Shinsekai neighborhood is also a symbol of modern Osaka.
It is not natural that people call Osaka “the dining capital of Japan”. Osaka has a long and famous culinary scene, with a wide variety of dishes. There are dishes that everyone must taste when coming to Osaka. Osaka’s famous dishes are takoyaki, okonomiyaki, sushi, sashimi, and specialty kushikatsu.
According to the Internet