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Osaka is the third biggest city in Japan and is home to delicious street food, comedy, Universal Studios, and Glico’s famous Running Man. Those who visit Osaka admire the charm of its friendly and outgoing people, and nationwide renowned dishes. If you visit Kansai’s coolest city, there is a huge amount of things to do…

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If the JR Yamanote line is the most convenient train line in Tokyo, the Osaka Municipal Subway’s Midosuji Line would be its Osaka cousin. Many of Central Osaka’s tourist spots are accessible via the Midosuji Line (colour-coded red) and it is the oldest subway line in Osaka. commons.wikimedia.org/ Many of its stations are transportation hubs…

Tsuruhashi Korea Town: The Korean Essence of Osaka

Living in Osaka means being immersed in Japanese things every day, from using fabulous Japanese cosmetic products to eating various Japanese dishes to attending concerts and cheering for your favorite J-band. But what if, you are like me, a fan of Korean beauty products, food, and music? Then, in this case, you must pay Korea…

Osaka’s Famous God Billiken, Who Is He Really?

Even with all the advanced technology and modernity of Japan, some people still remain believers of a number of religious traditions and other such beliefs. The majority of people who have a religion are Buddhist or Shinto and especially for the old folks, they believe in plenty of gods and deities that help them with…