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One of the best-known parks in Osaka, with much history. There are many must-sees within the park, including a Japanese garden, a kofun (burial mound), an art museum, and a water square.
Tenshiba Park has just been built in the last few years and even people who live in Osaka often dont know about Tenshiba. Tennoji used to be a dangerous and dirty place. But that certainly changed in the last few years. Tenshiba is a calm park with alot of young people and families. If you get…
“Kaiyūkan is easily one of the world's best aquariums. An 800m-plus walkway winds past displays of sea life from around the Pacific 'ring of fire': Antarctic penguins, coral-reef butterflyfish, unreasonably cute Arctic otters, Monterey Bay seals and unearthly jellyfish. Most impressive is the ginormous central tank, housing a whale shark, manta and thousands of other fish and rays. There are good English descriptions, but the audioguide (¥500) gives more detail. Expect lots of families and school groups.”
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“A restaurant specializing in the savory pancakes known as okonomiyaki, with a history spanning more than 30 years. This well-established restaurant uses only the freshes ingredients when cooking its various types of okonomiyaki.”