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Crowds at Imamiya Ebisu Shrine. Source: Osaka Tourism & Convention Bureau https://osaka-info.jp/page/imamiyaebisujinja-tokaebisu

Toka Ebisu: a popular annual festival

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New Year is traditionally one of Japan’s most important holidays, and a rare occasion where many of the country’s businesses close for the day. One popular way to celebrate Japanese New Year is with...

Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

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Osaka is known for many things, such as its exquisite cuisine, crazy nightlife in Dotombori, great shopping or the remarkable Osaka Castle. However, this city offers you some of the finest, family-friendly museums, where...

Best Places to go Shopping in Osaka

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Besides being the Nation’s Kitchen, Osaka has also the reputation to be a shopper’s paradise. Osaka is historically a city of merchants, therefore you can expect to find here a variety of high quality...

Facing the Music: Osaka’s Top 5 Concert Venues

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If there’s one thing Osaka folks know better than most other Japanese, it’s how to have a good time. Osaka nightlife Nowhere is this more apparent than when you take a quick glance at the...

Den Den Town – The Ultimate Guide

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For many lovers of Japan’s culture, people, and spectacle, one of the most common gateways into such fandom is through what is now affectionately known as the “Geek Culture”. den den town osaka As a...

Amemura: Five Must-See Sights

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Osaka is perhaps best known for its food and its nightlife. However, in recent times it has also become something of a magnet for fans of all things "geek" and counter-cultural in general among...

Osaka Kaiyukan: Asia’s Best Aquarium

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Of all the tourist attractions I sampled during my time in Osaka, none quite have the charm of the Osaka Kaiyukan. This magnificent aquarium, one of the largest, not just in Japan but indeed...

Osaka’s Biggest Attraction Returns

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This is your chance to see the biggest and strongest athletes in Japan - LIVE in Kansai. Seven hundred members of the Japan Sumo Association, weighing anything from 80 to 273 kilos, will descend...

Panasonic Center in Osaka

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Maybe you know, maybe not, but Osaka is home to a number of Japan’s, and the world’s, biggest companies. Daihatsu, Sanyo, Sharp, Panasonic, Maxell and even sports equipment manufacturer Mizuno are among them. With...
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