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History Museum
“Well done museum about the city's history. The museum exhibits are visually oriented with several large models. They chronicle the city's history, beginning in ancient times when Osaka served as Japan's first capital and site of the Naniwa Palace and ending with exhibits on the city's bustling shopping arcades of the early Showa Period.”
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“Ceramics are crafts for practical use and mankind’s first-ever invention of the kind that involve chemical changes. Many aesthetically splendid works of art have been produced during the long history of ceramics. East Asian ceramics, in particular, have been highly praised and appreciated worldwide.”
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“A small museum that displays traditional Ukiyo-e prints depicting Kabuki actors.”
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History Museum
“A facility to record the damage of Osaka that became a burned-out burn with over 50 bombing of the US military and to convey the misery of war and the preciousness of peace to future generations. There are models and pictures of bombs dropped in Osaka, exhibits on war and atomic bombs from Manchurian Incident until the end of the Pacific War.”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
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“Enjoy Takoyaki (the octopus-filled snack sold on Osaka street corners), learn about the roots of "konamon" and experience making wax samples of Takoyaki. Enjoy takoyaki served with carefully selected champagne and wine in a B1 basement bistro. On the 1st floor, you can watch the technique of Takoyaki experts firsthand, and eat the Takoyaki of the famous store Takoya Dotombori Kukuru. In the Konamon Historical Museum on the 2nd floor, see historical documents about takoyaki's famous brown sauce as well as konamon varieties other than Takoyaki. On the 3rd floor, you can make Takoyaki samples, which is just right for a souvenir. Enjoy yourself through "konamon" culture. ”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
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“A museum with a collection and exhibition of tea ceremony utensils collected for over 50 years by Mr. Teiichi Yuki.”
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“Approximately 5,000 items of oriental antiquities collected by Denzaburo Fujita, a wealthy merchant of the Meiji Era, and his descendants.”
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“This Osaka Prefectural museum collects, conserves and exhibits materials and documents on Kamigata (the old name of the Kyoto-Osaka area) comedy and performing arts.”
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“A unique museum that introduces the life and achievements of 107 Osaka-based entrepreneurs through the exhibitions of their memorabilia and other personal items.”
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“The Plaza offers various programs in which visitors can experience and learn about TV program production processes.”
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“Ken Hamazaki is a prominent contemporary artist who owns Ken Hamazaki Red Museum in Minamisenba, Osaka. He is also famous for his signature eccentric red fashion. The three main concepts of his art works are ‘fly’ ‘sleep’, and ‘sit’. His works based on these concepts are exhibited in his museum.”
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“Universal Studios Japan is also one of the city's busiest, attracting around 10 million visitors each year. One of only four Universal theme parks orldwide, Recent additions include Hollywood Dream: The Ride, a fun rollercoaster that actually travels backwards at times; rides based on the Spiderman franchise; and Universal Wonderland, a family-friendly area perfect for those traveling with younger kids. Uniquely Japanese-themed entertainment and characters are found in rides based on games and TV shows in the Universal Cool Japan area, including Monster Hunter and the One Piece Premier Show. Also of interest to fans of both the books and movies is The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.”
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