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Guidebook for Fukushima-ku, Ōsaka-shi

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Guidebook for Fukushima-ku, Ōsaka-shi

Drinks & Nightlife
Dive into the underground! Beloved by artists and musicians, the Namba area's centre for counter-culture and underground movements is a jumble of small bars, galleries and the like, rivalling Shinjuku's Golden Gai both in terms of scale and quirkness.
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Misono Building
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Dive into the underground! Beloved by artists and musicians, the Namba area's centre for counter-culture and underground movements is a jumble of small bars, galleries and the like, rivalling Shinjuku's Golden Gai both in terms of scale and quirkness.
Arts & Culture
"The Museum of Oriental Ceramics" Appreciate Far Eastern pottery! Nakanosima is home to a multitude of museums, including this one housing around 6,000 pieces of pottery mainly from Korea and China. The world-renowned collection of East Asian ceramics is particularly plentiful, and is counted among the best of its kind anywhere.
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The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka
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"The Museum of Oriental Ceramics" Appreciate Far Eastern pottery! Nakanosima is home to a multitude of museums, including this one housing around 6,000 pieces of pottery mainly from Korea and China. The world-renowned collection of East Asian ceramics is particularly plentiful, and is counted among the best of its kind anywhere.
"Issinji Temple" Pray to a bone Buddha! Found next to Tennoji Park, Issinji is famed for its Buddha statues made from powderised human bones - a unique and still ongoing custom. Believers from all over the country contribute cremated remains to the temple, where a new statue is sculpted once every ten years.
一心寺参拝者休憩所
"Issinji Temple" Pray to a bone Buddha! Found next to Tennoji Park, Issinji is famed for its Buddha statues made from powderised human bones - a unique and still ongoing custom. Believers from all over the country contribute cremated remains to the temple, where a new statue is sculpted once every ten years.
"Nakanoshima Library" Flip pages in a histrical hall! The oldest public library still in operation in Japan, Nakanoshima is appropriately imposing from the outside and also boasts a grand interior, including a gorgeous spiral staircase.
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Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library
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"Nakanoshima Library" Flip pages in a histrical hall! The oldest public library still in operation in Japan, Nakanoshima is appropriately imposing from the outside and also boasts a grand interior, including a gorgeous spiral staircase.
Catch an epic doll show! Dedicated to the traditional form of puppet theatre known as Bunraku, this heavy-set building is where finely performed epic drama takes place in small scale. Headphones for English audio guidance can be rented, but just looking at the beautifully crafted dolls is entertaining in itself.
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National Bunraku Theatre
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Catch an epic doll show! Dedicated to the traditional form of puppet theatre known as Bunraku, this heavy-set building is where finely performed epic drama takes place in small scale. Headphones for English audio guidance can be rented, but just looking at the beautifully crafted dolls is entertaining in itself.
Entertainment & Activities
”Gengabashi Onsen" Soak in cultured surroundings! Built in 1937, this public bathhouse isn't what you'd call stylish - there's a Statue of Liberty on the roof, mind you - but offers a wonderfully down-to-earth soaking experience. Note that in Kansai, 'onsen' refers to public baths in general, whether they use actual hot spring water or not.
Gengabashi Onsen
”Gengabashi Onsen" Soak in cultured surroundings! Built in 1937, this public bathhouse isn't what you'd call stylish - there's a Statue of Liberty on the roof, mind you - but offers a wonderfully down-to-earth soaking experience. Note that in Kansai, 'onsen' refers to public baths in general, whether they use actual hot spring water or not.
Have your morning meal on the water! What better way to start your day than with a breakfast cruise down the canals? Book your spot via the official website and enjoy a feast of fresh fruit and veg while enjoying the fresh breeze. Note: the cruise only runs on weekends, unless you reserve the entire boat.
Ofune Camome
Have your morning meal on the water! What better way to start your day than with a breakfast cruise down the canals? Book your spot via the official website and enjoy a feast of fresh fruit and veg while enjoying the fresh breeze. Note: the cruise only runs on weekends, unless you reserve the entire boat.
Parks & Nature
"Expo'70 commemorative Park" Gaze out over a symbol of Osaka! The 1970 Osaka World's Fair was a turning point in Japan's history, and this spacious park serves as a reminder of that epoch-making event. Check out the Japanese garden and the National Museum of Ethnology, or just take in the majesty of Taro Okamoto's 70m-tall 'Tower of the Sun'.
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Expo '70 Pavillion
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"Expo'70 commemorative Park" Gaze out over a symbol of Osaka! The 1970 Osaka World's Fair was a turning point in Japan's history, and this spacious park serves as a reminder of that epoch-making event. Check out the Japanese garden and the National Museum of Ethnology, or just take in the majesty of Taro Okamoto's 70m-tall 'Tower of the Sun'.
Sightseeing
Tour Japan's premier Koreatown! Still Japan's largest Koreatown, Ikuno has attracted innovators and skilled craftsmen from the Continent since ancient times. The scores of yakiniku eateries and other restaurants found here make a major contribution to Osaka's culinary divercity.
Koreatown
Tour Japan's premier Koreatown! Still Japan's largest Koreatown, Ikuno has attracted innovators and skilled craftsmen from the Continent since ancient times. The scores of yakiniku eateries and other restaurants found here make a major contribution to Osaka's culinary divercity.
Stroll the neon streets of Osaka's Akihabara! What Akihabara is to Tokyo, Nipponbashi is to Osaka. Electronics geeks and manga otaku will feel at home here, with those looking for more ttraditional tools, secondhand machinery and such also sure to mke finds. The Nipponbashi Street Festa takes place here every March.
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Osaka Nippombashi Denden Town
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Stroll the neon streets of Osaka's Akihabara! What Akihabara is to Tokyo, Nipponbashi is to Osaka. Electronics geeks and manga otaku will feel at home here, with those looking for more ttraditional tools, secondhand machinery and such also sure to mke finds. The Nipponbashi Street Festa takes place here every March.
"Hozenji Yokocho" Smell the spirit of Osaka! Praised in many a popular song and novel, this lively alley is where to sense the vibrant atmosphere and merchant traditions of Osaka. Although they might not look very inviting at first, many of the bars and eateries here even have English menus nowadays.
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法善寺横丁
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"Hozenji Yokocho" Smell the spirit of Osaka! Praised in many a popular song and novel, this lively alley is where to sense the vibrant atmosphere and merchant traditions of Osaka. Although they might not look very inviting at first, many of the bars and eateries here even have English menus nowadays.
Shopping
Discover the sound of the city! You're bound to run into a local musician or three at Osaka's finest record shop, where international favourites and up-and-coming indie artists from Kansai are generally given equal exposure.
FLAKE RECORDS
Discover the sound of the city! You're bound to run into a local musician or three at Osaka's finest record shop, where international favourites and up-and-coming indie artists from Kansai are generally given equal exposure.
Travel back to the future of furniture! Postmodern kitsch meets '60s pop at this retro-futuristic home decor store where you just might run into a chair or table by Shiro Kuramata, one of postwar Japan's most innovative designers.
Spiral in the trip スパイラルインザトリップ
Travel back to the future of furniture! Postmodern kitsch meets '60s pop at this retro-futuristic home decor store where you just might run into a chair or table by Shiro Kuramata, one of postwar Japan's most innovative designers.
"Matuyamachi-suji Shopping Arcade" Stock up on explosives! Itching to shoot a few fireworks? Get your bangers and butterflies at this shop that keeps them in stock even during the off-season, and make sure to also check out the many shops selling old toys, dolls and dagashi (cheap snacks).
Shitaderamachi
"Matuyamachi-suji Shopping Arcade" Stock up on explosives! Itching to shoot a few fireworks? Get your bangers and butterflies at this shop that keeps them in stock even during the off-season, and make sure to also check out the many shops selling old toys, dolls and dagashi (cheap snacks).
"Tabun Zettai Gallery Shop" Pick up a pair of quickly slippers! Run by a fast-rising clothing brand, the designers of which weave and dye their own fabrics, this shop also carries items by other young local creatives. Look out for the slipper-style geta sandals.
多分、絶対ギャラリー
"Tabun Zettai Gallery Shop" Pick up a pair of quickly slippers! Run by a fast-rising clothing brand, the designers of which weave and dye their own fabrics, this shop also carries items by other young local creatives. Look out for the slipper-style geta sandals.
"Iseya" Sample a savoury piece of Osaka history! A tourist attraction in its own right, pickle shop Iseya still employs production methods used back when the store was founded more than a century ago. No machinery is allowed here, with the staff upholding the time-honoured traditions of Kuromon Market, known as 'Osaka's kitchen'.
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ตลาดคุโรมอนอิจิบะ
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"Iseya" Sample a savoury piece of Osaka history! A tourist attraction in its own right, pickle shop Iseya still employs production methods used back when the store was founded more than a century ago. No machinery is allowed here, with the staff upholding the time-honoured traditions of Kuromon Market, known as 'Osaka's kitchen'.
Food Scene
Enmusubi BENTO" Chow down on a glorious bento! It's an open secret that rice shops make the best bento lunches. The Makunouchi Bento at this rustic market combines grilled fish, tempura, stewed veg, pickles and more for a well-balanced deal that's also big on flavour.
新世界市場商業協同組合
Enmusubi BENTO" Chow down on a glorious bento! It's an open secret that rice shops make the best bento lunches. The Makunouchi Bento at this rustic market combines grilled fish, tempura, stewed veg, pickles and more for a well-balanced deal that's also big on flavour.
Slurp futuristic soba! Not all soba restaurants are traditional - this one offers handmade noodles in a shop with metallic decor and synth-heavy music. It's usually open till late, but the somewhat moody owner sometimes decides to close spontaneously - visiting before 10pm is your safest bet.
Denki Soba Analogue Synth Restaurant
Slurp futuristic soba! Not all soba restaurants are traditional - this one offers handmade noodles in a shop with metallic decor and synth-heavy music. It's usually open till late, but the somewhat moody owner sometimes decides to close spontaneously - visiting before 10pm is your safest bet.
"Kokoro ni Amai Anpanya" Bag some anpan for the road! Before heading out to Kyoto or Kobe from Umeda station, stop by this small anpan (sweet bread roll) shop found at the entrance to the station's restaurant street. In addition to the orthodox bean paste-filled version, they sell buns flavoured with the likes of chestnut, egg yolk and 'salt butter'.
Anpanya
"Kokoro ni Amai Anpanya" Bag some anpan for the road! Before heading out to Kyoto or Kobe from Umeda station, stop by this small anpan (sweet bread roll) shop found at the entrance to the station's restaurant street. In addition to the orthodox bean paste-filled version, they sell buns flavoured with the likes of chestnut, egg yolk and 'salt butter'.
Take a coffee break by the water! Sip quality Joe on the terrace at this riverside cafe that stands out like a sore thumb amongst office blocks. You won't be able to miss it - or its inviting aromas.
MOTO COFFEE
Take a coffee break by the water! Sip quality Joe on the terrace at this riverside cafe that stands out like a sore thumb amongst office blocks. You won't be able to miss it - or its inviting aromas.
"Sashi no Hana" Bite into the finest beef in Japan! Kobe, Yonezawa, Matsusaka - luxurious wagyu is on parade at this unpretentions yakiniku joint near Itami Airport. Selecting only the finest and freshest pieces of meat, Sashi no Hana also rules in the side menu and sake categories.
さしの花
"Sashi no Hana" Bite into the finest beef in Japan! Kobe, Yonezawa, Matsusaka - luxurious wagyu is on parade at this unpretentions yakiniku joint near Itami Airport. Selecting only the finest and freshest pieces of meat, Sashi no Hana also rules in the side menu and sake categories.
"Naniwa Ryori Yu" Taste the essence of Osaka's culinary culture! The Osaka foodie scene is more than just takoyaki (deep-fried octopus balls): at refined washoku restaurant Yu, the city's proud tradition of adapting to customers' diverse tastes is carried on with pride, ensuring a veritable feast every time.
なにわ料理 有
"Naniwa Ryori Yu" Taste the essence of Osaka's culinary culture! The Osaka foodie scene is more than just takoyaki (deep-fried octopus balls): at refined washoku restaurant Yu, the city's proud tradition of adapting to customers' diverse tastes is carried on with pride, ensuring a veritable feast every time.
"Kushikatsu Goemon" Snack on dirt-cheap skewers! Stretch your legs with a walk around the mysterious Nodahanshin area, where this kushiage (fried vegetable and meat skewers) specialist offers greasy delicacies for as low as \90 per stick. You'll also want to chat with the bartenders and the happy - and usually tipsy - regulars.
Nodahanshin Station
"Kushikatsu Goemon" Snack on dirt-cheap skewers! Stretch your legs with a walk around the mysterious Nodahanshin area, where this kushiage (fried vegetable and meat skewers) specialist offers greasy delicacies for as low as \90 per stick. You'll also want to chat with the bartenders and the happy - and usually tipsy - regulars.
Let a master cook your pancake! Okonomiyaki is Osaka's soul food and an unmissable part of any visit to the city. At Sogetsu, try the Negiyaki, a thinner version of this Japanese-style pancake made with fried spring onion. You can cook it up yourself, but to ensure you get the best version of the dish, leave the cooking to the staff.
Sogetsu
Let a master cook your pancake! Okonomiyaki is Osaka's soul food and an unmissable part of any visit to the city. At Sogetsu, try the Negiyaki, a thinner version of this Japanese-style pancake made with fried spring onion. You can cook it up yourself, but to ensure you get the best version of the dish, leave the cooking to the staff.
They open from 6 o'clock in the morning until 10 o'clock in the night. They have morning set menu and lunch set menu.
プラザカフェ
They open from 6 o'clock in the morning until 10 o'clock in the night. They have morning set menu and lunch set menu.