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Given its name, I had expected some historical artifacts to be displayed. There were surprisingly few of them at this musuem. The vast majority of the display consists of dioramas depicting historical events. This place is mainly catering to children.
This museum is located on the 8-10 floors of a large building. Google maps got us to the surrounding building but the lack of signs got us confused how to get to the actual museum. We ended up going in the side doors with help...More
This is a wonderful museum to take the kids to, or if you're a lover of museums. The diaramas there are first class giving an insite into 7th century Japan. It's is very cheap with kids being free. We would recommend after or before visiting...More
I love the visit to this museum! It’s amazing how Osaka’s history is presented to visitors. It’s worth every cent to also bundle the ticket to this museum with that of the Osaka castle. Do cater about 3-4hrs for the whole trip.
The museum doesn't really have anything special and is mildly interesting. They do try to make the best of it, which is admirable. Nice on a rainy day and you already saw all others sites in Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, etc.
We visited this museum on April 10. You can buy a ticket for the museum (600 yen) or buy a ticket were the entrance to the Osaka Castle is included (900 yen). We purchased the latter. They have English audio guides (200 yen). There are...More
This was our first stop in Osaka on our way to the Osaka Castle. A lot of information here where you could spend several hours if you wanted to really read about the city. Can easily visit this place ansd the Castle in a half...More