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What to know


Osaka is the City of Bikes

It’s a city of bikes! Biking in Osaka is not for the faint-hearted, but once you get used to traversing crowds of pedestrians and fellow cyclists, it’s unquestionably the best way to get around. Osaka is split into two distinct areas: Kita (North) which refers to the area of Umeda around Shin Osaka station and Minamai (south) covering Dotombori and Namba. Biking from either of these hubs can get you out and about quickly.

Talk Like a Local


~ OH-sah-ka-ben


Osakaben is casual and more comedic dialect of Japan. “Ookini” (pronounced with a long “oh”) is comparable to the English “thank you” or “Nan-de-ya-nen” (Why, or What are you talking about?). Use these, and you’ll be sure to gain some props for your effort.


Closest Airport

Kansai International Airport (KIX)


Japanese Yen (JPY)



What to do



The city’s only Michelin-starred yakitori joint with accomplished craftsmanship, uncompromising in its pursuit of the finest in yakitori dining.

Nobeha No Yu Tsuruhashi

Soak in for a soothing onsen experience with its indoor and outdoor hot spring baths surrounded by nature, plus saunas, massage services and relaxation rooms, you could easily spend hours here.


The lively entertainment area of Osaka, most famous as a tourist destination and renowned for its gaudy neon lights, extravagant signage, and the enormous variety of restaurants and bars.

America Mura

American Village, colloquially known as Ame-Mura, is a hotspot for young people to shop for the latest trends in international brands and styles.


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