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Points of Interest

Dotonbori

A bustling commercial street that is representative of the Minami area of Osaka, always busy with playhouses and food shops from the Edo Period to today.

Address:
1 Chome Dotonbori, Chuo Ward, Osaka - 542-0071 - Osaka - Japan
GPS:
-6.233406,-35.049906

Hozenji Temple/Hozenji Yokocho

Hozenji Temple is best known for its statue of Fudo Myoo, lovingly known as Mizukake Fudo by the locals. As is tradition, find the statue of Fudo Myoo and splash it with water. This is said to bring you good luck. After visiting the temple, wander the narrow alley of Hozenji Yokocho. You’ll encounter quaint shops and restaurants that recall the Osaka of several centuries ago.

Address:
1 Chome-2-16 Nanba, Chuo Ward, Osaka - 542-0076 - Osaka - Japan
GPS:
-6.233406,-35.049906

Tsutenkaku

A symbol of Naniwa, also known as the Eiffel Tower of Osaka. On the 5th floor, there is an observatory with a view of Osaka, and statue of Biriken, a god that is said to bring good luck to those who stroke the bottom of its feet.

Address:
1 Chome-18-6 Ebisuhigashi, Naniwa Ward, Osaka - 556-0002 - Osaka - Japan
GPS:
-6.233406,-35.049906

Namba Yasaka Shrine

The current shrine buildings are post-war reconstructions. The enormous lion head-shaped building, measuring 12 meters high, 11 meters wide, is particularly eye-catching. This ritual was designated Osaka City’s first intangible folk cultural property.

Address:
2 Chome-9-19 Motomachi, Naniwa Ward, Osaka - 556-0016 - Osaka - Japan
GPS:
-6.233406,-35.049906

Kuromon Market

A glorious food marketplace with 170 wholesale and retail shops.

Address:
2 Chome Nipponbashi, Chuo Ward, Osaka - 542-0073 - Osaka - Japan
GPS:
-6.233406,-35.049906