The instant noodle (ramen) was invented by Mr. ANDO Momofuku of Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd. in 1958. Cup Noodles are a great bestselling food that Japan is proud of.
Cruise on the Okawa River (formerly Yodo River) in seasonal beauty, and enjoy the views of Nakanoshima and Osaka Castle.
The commercial zone of BREEZE Tower building, which contains a total of 60 shops and restaurants. From the first basement to the 6th floor on the ground are a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as service facilities. The 33rd floor features a world-famous French bistro, where you can enjoy excellent food while admiring breathtaking city views.
New landmark of Nakanoshima opened in November 2012. 200m tall high-rise is home to offices, restaurants, shops, and the refurbished Festival Hall.
Osaka Castle, which is a famous landmark, a popular sightseeing spot, and the symbol of Osaka, contains...>>
One of the landmarks of Umeda, Osaka. On the top is the Floating Garden Observatory, where Osaka’s cityscape can be viewed from a height of 170 meters.
A bustling commercial street that is representative of the Minami area of Osaka, always busy with playhouses and food shops from the Edo Period to today.
A marketplace that fills the stomachs of Naniwa people. 180 wholesale and retail shops.
Japan’s longest shopping street, which stretches approx. 2.6 km to the north from Tenjimbashi to Tenjinbashi-Suji 7-chome.
Be surprised by the huge whale shark. Smile at the drifting jellyfish. Various wonders of the sea are displayed in the tanks.