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A very nice museum on the 8th floor of a building. I think the price is good only 600 yen and also I recommend buying the audio English guide for 100 yen as it is very in depth. The exhibit really takes you back to...More
This museum is a great way to stroll through the past. Edo period replica village is set up for you to wander through. You can dress up in kimono (surcharge) while there for some great photographs! An hour or two in AC makes this a...More
The museum was close to where I lived and also just right above tenjinbashisuji 6-chome station.
You get a discount if you present your Surutto Kansai Pass and admission is free is you have the Amazing Osaka Pass. What I liked most about my visit...More
We could wear Japanese traditional clothes like Gimono and Geda, including traditional socks. Of course it's a bit inconvenient to walk, especially Geda makes us feel more painful when walking. However we can realize why old Japanese people had a short and quick steps on...More
This is a small and cute museum. Located inside one floor of a building, it can be a little hard to find. We went there using the Osaka pass (totally worth it combined with other attractions). The best part is a real size of old...More
This museum is located on the 8-10th floor of a large building.
Google Maps got us in close proximity of the building but we didn't see any signs to direct us. Ended up enlisting the help of a local passer by and showed us the...More
It provides you with glimpses of the past from homes to retail shops. You can explore back alleys and interiors of homes. It gives you a better feel of what Osaka must have been like during the edo period. Overall well done but leaves you...More
Quibbling I know; but a bit pricey compared to wonderfully slick and grand Tokyo-Edo museum where for 1000¥ you also get complimentary audio-phone guides, reasonably comprehensive English language signage, areas which are hands-on interactive and set out chronologically easy to understand.
600¥ entry, 200¥ for...More
I think you might be better to leave the suitcases in the lockers at Osaka or Shin Osaka stations, depending where you will depart. The train station lockers are large and cost 500-600 yen depending on size. These are... More
I think you might be better to leave the suitcases in the lockers at Osaka or Shin Osaka stations, depending where you will depart. The train station lockers are large and cost 500-600 yen depending on size. These are readily available in the station concourses.
From memory, there was a cloak room at the Museum, but I'm pretty sure it was only for coats. They also had small lockers suited to leaving a back pack or a handbag, but I don't recall big lockers.