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The Main Tower of Osaka Castle

The Main Tower of Osaka Castle

4.5/51,557 Reviews
Museum
9:00-17:00 (closed at 16:30), spring, summer and autumn sometimes extended the opening hours; December 28 - January 1 closed. (Local time)
The Main Tower of Osaka Castle is a key landmark building of Osaka that was built in 1583 and is also known as "Hideyoshi Castle". The castle interior has now been transformed into a museum that provides information on Toyotomi Hideyoshi and the castle's history, while the top floor offers great views over Osaka. The castle is built on an elevated platform and features white walls with green tiles, while the end of each flying eave is adorned with a magnificent tiger or shachi formed out of gold foil . Every spring and autumn, the ancient charm of the castle is ever more prominent against the cherry blossoms or red maple leaves.
Osaka Museum of History

Osaka Museum of History

4.6/5348 Reviews
Museum
9:30-17:00, admission stopped 30 minutes before closing. The closed day is Tuesday (the next day in case of holidays), December 28th - January 4th of the following year. (Local time)
The Osaka Museum of History is located on the west side of Osaka city and contains displays of cultural relics, historical artefacts, and various multimedia displays to entertain and inform visitors. Visitors can come and learn about the history of one of Japan's greatest cities, from ancient times to the modern day.
Kobe Maritime Museum

Kobe Maritime Museum

4.5/592 Reviews
Museum
Exhibition Hall
The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

The Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

4.4/5158 Reviews
Exhibition Hall
The buildings and street models of Osaka's early years are displayed in the museum. With the changes in the sound and lights, it shows the round-the-clock rotation of rain and shine, exhibiting the ways of life for Osaka residents in different historical periods. It is a good place to learn about Japanese history and customs. In addition, visitors to the museum can wear a kimono, experiencing the Edo era of Japan in person.
Osaka Takoyaki Museum

Osaka Takoyaki Museum

4.5/5148 Reviews
Museum
11:00-22:00, with different seasonal opening hours varied. (Local time)
Located just outside Universal Studios Japan, the Osaka Takoyaki Museum is a haven for any true foodie. Although called a museum, the place is really a street of 5 unique restaurants, each with their own special takoyaki flavor. As well as tasting takoyaki, visitors can learn about the origins and history, see takoyaki-making tools, and browse souvenirs and merchandise.
Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art

Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art

4.6/533 Reviews
Art Gallery
Arima Toy Museum

Arima Toy Museum

4.6/563 Reviews
Museum
Rhine no Yakata

Rhine no Yakata

4.4/543 Reviews
Museum
Urokono-ie Uroko Museum of Art

Urokono-ie Uroko Museum of Art

4.3/538 Reviews
Art Museum
Observation Deck
Kamigata Ukiyoe Museum

Kamigata Ukiyoe Museum

4.4/5142 Reviews
Art Gallery
This museum is a good place to learn about 'ukiyoe', woodblock prints from Japan's Edo period (1603-1868). It has a permanent exhibition of dozens of ukiyoe in the Kamigata style, the majority of which are depictions of Kabuki performers. Each of the 4 floors holds only one exhibition room, but the remaining space is planned out exquisitely.
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