Osaka Bay

Find Out Why This Osaka Museum Closed in 2013 and What Remains of it in 2017

Besides being known as the “Nation’s Kitchen,” Osaka has quite a history when it comes to its maritime culture. It has also been a popular place for the trading of goods. In line with this, the Mayor of the city opened the Osaka Maritime Museum in 2000 in order to reflect the importance of the…

27 Recommended Hotels and Ryokan in Osaka for the Perfect Trip in 2017

Welcome to the largest city in the west of Japan: Osaka (大阪). There is a unique charm to Osaka that finds visitors falling in love with the metropolis as soon as they set foot in it. This is most certainly in part thanks to its distinctly friendly, outgoing locals, the hip vibes omitted from the…

3 Wonderful Aqua Tours in Osaka

Full of wonderful attractions and historical canals and rivers, Osaka is on the list of must-see places for many visitors to Japan, whatever season of the year it may be. And what better way to experience the sights of Osaka than to breathe in the fresh air on the water and take an aqua tour!…

Explore Osaka Bay Area: Universal Studios Japan, Aquarium and More!

What is the most pleasant area in Osaka? There are probably many. This city offers many things to see and eat in different areas: Umeda, Shinsaibashi, Dotonbori, America Mura and many more. Yes, this city is interesting for everyone who visits, especially young people. Besides the places in the city’s center, bay area of Osaka…