Anna Melegova

Anna is a passionate traveler and experienced travel writer who has been regularly contributing to large international portals with extensive travel guides and well researched travel tips. As a current resident of Osaka, she is on the mission to bring the most detailed information on interesting places and events from "Japan's kitchen".
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A Visitor’s Guide to Osaka Castle Park

Osaka Castle Park, or Osaka-jo koen in Japanese, is a large park in the city center spreading on the surface of 2 square km. It is home to the famous Osaka Castle, several gardens...

Vida Latina – Osaka’s Center of Salsa

In Osaka.com we are always in search for interesting people and unique businesses in Osaka to interview for our website. Businesses not only for tourists, but locals and expats alike. This month we met...

National Museum of Ethnology Osaka – Trip around the World in one day

Have you ever dreamed about taking a trip around the whole world? Swim in the pristine blue lagoons of the South Pacific Islands, embark on the Inka trail in Peru, join colorful carnivals in...

Experience Japanese Countryside in Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

Countryside creates a great portion of every nation’s personality. Japan has an incredible history and picturesque countryside with traditional architecture. You can never run out of the things to do in Japan’s metropolitan cities....

Guide to EXPO 70’ Commemorative Park

The year 1970 saw the opening of the first World Exposition in Asia, in the Senri Hills on the north of Osaka. The 70’ Expo became the biggest event in the post-war Japan and...

Universal Studios Japan – Everything you need to know

Introduction to Universal Studios Japan Universal Studios Japan, located in Osaka's Bay area was opened on the 31st March 2001 and it was the first Universal Studios ever opened outside of the United States. In...

Osaka Museum of History – Visitor’s Guide

Osaka is home to many great museums where you can learn more about Japan and they can provide you shelter if a rainy day changes your plans. After showing you around the Osaka Museum...

Cup Noodles Museum in Osaka – The birthplace of instant ramen

Who wouldn’t know instant ramen and cup noodles? This super easy-to-make, yet tasty dish is a beloved staple food not only in students’ dorm rooms but also in many households all over the world....

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