Beauty spot for cherry blossoms, azaleas, and autumn foliage. There are five hiking courses and an observation tower, providing a perfect location to view the Osaka Plain. Selected as one of the Top One Hundred Scenes of Greenery in Osaka.
Old-line Sake Brewery. The brand is a gold prize winner at national freshly brewed sake competitions.
High-class nightlife district, representative of the Kita area of Osaka, that has thrived as an information exchange location for businessmen.
Osaka’s southern-most amusement park has everything you could possibly want: rides, a zoo and even dolphin shows.
Park known for its magnificent cherry trees in full bloom in spring
Rinku Town, directly connected to Kansai International Airport, has a wide variety of facilities, including a hotel, shops, and restaurants. Airplanes in the night sky create an attractive vista.
The main guardian god of Sonezaki, Umeda, built over 1,300 years ago. The nickname Ohatsu Tenjin was derived from a courtesan named Ohatsu, who was a character in the famous play Sonezaki Shinju, written by Chikamatsu. God of matchmaking.
A theater for performing arts, mainly for kabuki but including musicals and many other forms. There are many excellent restaurants with various specialties in the basement.
With 200 experiential exhibits themed on “Space and energy” as well as science shows and a planetarium this museum can be enjoyed by the entire family.
Tokimeki Beach (Tannowa Bathing Beach) is known for its white sand and clear waters. The sunset is also spectacular.