Is the second largest city in Japan and is known for its lively atmosphere, delicious food, and vibrant culture.
Visit Osaka Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Explore the Dotonbori district, a bustling area known for its neon lights, street food, and shopping.
Take a walk through the Nishiki Market, a 1,000-year-old market where you can find all sorts of fresh produce, seafood, and Japanese delicacies.
Visit the Osaka Museum of Modern Art, which houses a collection of Japanese and Western art.
Go shopping at Umeda SkyBuilding, a 40-story skyscraper with a rooftop observation deck that offers panoramic views of the city.
Visit Universal Studios Japan, a theme park that is home to rides, shows, and attractions based on popular movies and TV shows.
7. See a show at the Namba Grand Kagetsu, a traditional Japanese theater that performs kabuki, bunraku, and other forms of Japanese performing arts.