By Malvika Kashyap
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The second-largest city in Japan after Tokyo and the capital of Western Japan is Osaka. If you are planning a trip to Osaka then here are the top things to do in Osaka.
1. Visit Osaka Castle It is among the most well-known sights in Japan. It was initially constructed in 1583. A few years later, the old castle was destroyed by fire and rebuilt.
2. Go to Shitennoji Temple Japan's first Buddhist temple. The first building was erected in 593 AD. Throughout World War II, it was devastated.
3. Osaka Tenmangu Shrine The grounds of this lovely temple, which is dedicated to the god of learning and research, are serene enough.
4. Kamigata Ukiyoe Museum The Kunishige prints made from Kamigata wood blocks are only permanently shown in this museum, the only one on the entire globe.
5. Osaka Aquarium This eight-story building has one of the biggest public aquariums in the world, with 16 main displays showing ecosystems from different parts of the globe.
6. Umeda Sky Building With two 40-story skyscrapers connected by bridges and an escalator at the top floors, it is one of the most identifiable sights.
7. Spa World Spa World advertises itself as having "Hot Springs From Around the World" and features natural hot springs in addition to regular spa services.
8. Tempozan Ferris Wheel It was the highest Ferris wheel in the world when it was launched in 1997. Awe-inspiring views of Osaka Bay and its surroundings may be seen from the peak.
9. National Museum of Ethnology It is the largest research institute for the humanities and social sciences and one of Japan's most important museums.
10. Expo Park and the Tower Of The Sun The Tower of the Sun statue served as the emblem of the 1970 World Expo, which was held there. The front and rear of the statue each have three faces.
Both visitors and residents will find enough to enjoy in Osaka, Japan. There are no restrictions on what you can do, eat, see, or where you can go.
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