I was dragged here on a rainy day on which admission was free. I have an aversion to many Japanese museums as they are usually crowded, noisy, and most descriptions are only in Japanese. Fortunately, the only problem on this day was the lack of descriptions in English. I didn't know there was an english audio guide. Well, most exhibits had an English 'tag' on them, but the explanation about what you were looking for was all in Japanese only.
It's an interesting building but I found it somewhat amusing that there was such an inefficient use of space within the building.
I wouldn't pay to enter, but if you are interested in Osakan history and happen across it on a day where the entrance fee is free, make sure you ask about an English audio guide.
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