Enjoy Osaka’s delights at these sightseeing and eating locations.
Dominating the area is the aquarium which, with a 5,400-ton water volume, is one of the largest in the world. Surrounding it are displays featuring fauna in natural habitats representing each region of the Ring of Fire (the circular Pacific volcanic belt) – ranging from polar to tropical regions.
Together with "Taiko-han (Toyotomi Hideyoshi)", the castle tower of Osaka Castle is a symbol of Osaka and has a central place in the hearts of Osaka’s citizens.
These areas have every type of shop, ranging from typically Osaka-style to well-known brands and leading fashion names. You can easily enjoy a whole day of browsing and eating!
The following represent what is on offer in the neighborhood.
The domed multipurpose stadium hosts baseball games, and also serves as a venue for concerts and other events.
The gymnasium includes both main- and sub-arenas.
Osaka Pool consists of three pools of different sizes.
The Utsubo Tennis Center promotes a wide range of sporting activities for all ages in Utsubo Park in Osaka.
The following are the Osaka’s most representative facilities.
Japan, particularly Osaka, plays increasingly important role in international exchanges. For this, the "Grand Cube Osaka" (Osaka International Conference Center) is a venue for various exchanges that open an impressive gateway to the world.
It is one of the largest international exhibition centers in Japan, with a display area of 70,000 square meters in the Bay Area (Nanko). It caters for every type of need, including trade fairs, exhibitions, events, concerts and for conducting examinations.
For such purposes, this flexible, 17-room venue is easily configured to accommodate different numbers of attendants, whether for conferences, lectures or training. Catering for groups of 10 up to to 500 people, it offers exactly the right solution to suit a specific need.
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