Episode 4 – Things To Do & Most Visited Attraction in Osaka (Travel & City Guide)

Episode 4 – Things To Do & Most Visited Attraction in Osaka (Travel & City Guide)


Hi everyone, welcome to another episode of Travel and City Guides We have reached the final destination of my journey in Japan. It has been a great experience, and definitely worth every penny. As for the last city, Kyoto reminds me a lot of Rotterdam It’s modern city with nice architectural building, and lot of great bars and restaurants. And don’t forget a great nightlife. It’s time to start with the first attraction. Osaka castle is one of Japan’s most famous landmarks. The castle tower is surrounded by a secondary citadels, gates, turrets, impressive stone walls As you can see here The castle tower is 5 stories high, and is entirely modern on the inside. It even features an elevator for easier accessibility The weather is great today. Now we have a really nice view of the city As you can see here After your visit at Osaka, you should over to the Kuromon Market. This place has the greatest street food. They have all kind of fish: salmon, tuna, octopus You name it they got it. For first time visitors of Japan don’t forget to taste the blue fin tuna fish. This is delicious! This is one of Osaka’s most popular tourist destinations. It is a popular shopping and entertainment district and is also known as a food destiny. At night it is lit by hundreds of neon lights and signs, including the famous Glico Running Man sign. The Umeda Sky Building is a spectacular high rise building in Osaka. The 173 meter tall building consists of two main towers which are connected with each other by the “Floating Garden Observatory” on the 39th floor. The observatory offers a great view of the city for a 700 yen admission fee. This one of Japan’s most spectacular aquariums. It introduces various forms of life inhabiting the Pacific Rim in a well organized and impressive way. Visitors start their tour of the aquarium on the 8th floor and slowly spiral down floor by floor around the central tank. Some of the tanks stretch over several floors, making it possible to observe the animals from different depths and perspectives.

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