Let’s Explore Osaka!
Prepare to be amused – at Kids’ Plaza you can play at indoor playgrounds with massive slides as well as learn new things with hands-on experiences, such as cooking, TV presenting and much more.
Your trip to Osaka won’t becomplete without visiting the most famous landmark in the city. The castle was built in 1583 and demolished in 1868, but the reconstruction is still impressive. Aside from the castle, you can also visit the beautiful park surrounding it.
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan
If you want to see whale sharks, the largest fish species in the world, visit Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan. This place features more than 15 large tanks with approximately 30,000 creatures encompassing 620 species, including otters, penguins, dolphins and sea lions.
Which is your favourite movie – Harry Potter, Spiderman, Minions or Jurassic Park? You can find them all in the exciting attractions at Universal Studios. Make sure you set aside a whole day to enjoy them all!
This is not your usual Japanese onsen (hot springs) – with water slides it is certainly more fun! As well as the water slides, Spa World also offers a different hot-spring experience by providing onsen inspired by European and Asian designs, such as Persian and Greek.