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Restaurants For Every Budget in Osaka

Such is Osaka’s love of good food there’s even a local saying which translates as ‘to eat oneself bankrupt’. The phrase encapsulates the city’s appreciation of properly cooked, seasonal dishes, so whether you choose a 100-yen-a-plate sushi conveyor or a Michelin-starred restaurant, you can be sure you’ll eat well in Osaka.
11-19 Nanbasennichimae, Chuo Ward, Osaka, 542-0075.
Street food is Wanaka's speciality. You should, by all means, try out their takoyaki.
2-4-14 Yariyamachi Chuo District, Osaka 540-0027.
Fujiya 1935 has focused on the tiniest details ever since its opening back in 1935.
3-6-3 Namba Chuo District, Osaka 542-0076.
551 Horai specialises in barbequed pork buns and has over the years become the most famous among its counterparts in Osaka.

Shopping Destinations in Osaka

Are you in need of some retail therapy? Osaka has a huge range of options that will sort you out. From designer fashion stores and supercar showrooms along the ginkgo tree-lined Midosuji Street to bargain hunting at the monthly Shi-Tennoji Temple Flea Market.
Shinsaibashi Suji Shopping Arcade
Nipponbashi ‘Den-Den Town’
Dotonbori Canal Shopping and Dining District

Sightseeing In Osaka

While Osaka may not have as many temples as nearby Kyoto, or as much greenery as next door Nara, the city is home to one of Japan's most iconic castles, its first Buddhist temple and a range of entertainment options that put its neighbours to shame. Not only are Universal Studios Japan and the massive Osaka Aquarium great, but you will also find huge entertainment centres throughout the city featuring games arcades, bowling alleys, and karaoke.
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Osaka Castle

As the symbol of Osaka and easily one of its most impressive sites, Osaka Castle is a must see for any visitor to the city.

Great Places To Stay in Osaka

From a luxury suite in Japan’s highest hotel to comfortable lodgings that won’t break the bank, you will never be stuck for somewhere to stay in Osaka. The city boasts thousands of hotels, apartments, and traditional-style guest houses to suit all budgets, with much of the accommodation clustered around major train stations for easy access to the rest of Osaka and the surrounding Kansai region.
1-1-11 Taishi, Nishinari-ku, Osaka, Osaka 557-0002
After a fun-filled day in Osaka, you would rest at the Hotel Chuo Selene.
8-50-1 Temmabashi, Kita Ward, Osaka, 530-0042
The Imperial Hotel Osaka is located in one of the city centre's most scenic locations.
2-5-25 Umeda, Kita Ward, Osaka, 530-0001
Located in the bustling business district of Nishi-Umeda, the Ritz-Carlton Osaka offers a luxurious sanctuary from the hive of activity in the city centre.

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