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It is the waterfront area. There is the ferris wheel, boardwalk and a small park here.
We came here in December, so it was cold and there was minimal outdoor activities.
It was really quiet and we felt isolated.
This area is probably best avoided on Japanese public holidays with long queues for most activities. We visited the aquarium but the other attractions we wanted to see just had insane queues. Probably would have been better to come on another day.
Another tourist area, so expect higher prices. There is a food court where prices are more reasonable. You see the usual shopping malls, restaurants, entertainment etc. Accessible using the Osaka metro.
This is Osaka’s version of Kobe’s Meriken Park, though the view is not as stunning. Accessible via the Chuo (green) subway line at the Osaka-ko station, this place has all the touristy attractions - Osaka Kaiyukan Aquarium, the ferris wheel ride, Lego Discovery Centre and...More
Let's start by walking through a tunnel of water surrounded by fish.Then you continue to the top of the aquarium where the tanks are themed such as the Humbolt and the barrier reef. You spiral down through the tanks with the main attraction being the...More
Unless you plan to visit the aquarium or love ferris wheels, Tempozan Harbour Village will disappoint.
It was probably a good concept but it appears that the economic downturn undermined their best laid plans. It is relatively quiet with little to see or do.
This was fun mall to visit it had loads of places to eat and a couple of dozen small shops. Lots of shops were selling food items, candy, cookies, etc. My wife picked up a baseball cap at one of the local stores. She collects...More