Osaka is a symbol of Japan’s food culture, entertainment, shopping and prosperous business. The country’s third largest city is the main hub of the Kansai region (which comprises also of Kyoto, Kobe, Nara and Wakayama) and welcomes millions of international visitors every year. Osaka’s people are considered friendly, outgoing, fun and easy to hang out with. Including Osaka in your travel itinerary will ensure that you become acquainted with yet another different face that Japan has to offer!
Osaka’s most important entertainment facility is undoubtedly the Universal Studios Japan. Entertain yourself in the huge theme park and enter the magical Harry Potter World! Other famous places of interest are Osaka Castle, Kaiyukan Aquarium, Mt Tempozan amusement park, and of course the boat ride along the many rivers that cross Osaka city. In fact, Osaka is also known as Japan’s Water Capital!
Food is an undispensable pleasure for local people in Osaka. Many well-known delicacies originated or flourished in this city, including the takoyaki octopus dumplings, the okonomiyaki, and the crab cuisine chain restaurant Kani Doraku. A food walk along the popular gourmet street Dotonbori is a must-do thing for every visitor in Osaka! Enjoy your time discovering delicious street food and joining attractive cooking classes in the center of Osaka!
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