Nakazakicho: It's just about 15 minutes from the center of the north part of Osaka, but it still retains the atmosphere of old-time Osaka. It's less touristy and tranquil.
Tenjinbashi shopping street: This is the longest shopping street in Japan. Here, you can enjoy not only various food but shopping. Its span is 2.6km and 600 unique shops are lined up. Just walking this street must be enjoyable.
Osaka Temmangu: This shrine was built in 10 century, and famous for giving the luck to study. So many high school students visit here to pass the university entrance exam. Sugawara no Michizane, who is known for the god of study, is enshrined here as a worshiped deity.
Osaka Chakai: Green tea leaves are freshly ground to make “freshly ground ryokucha” for all items from our original drink menu and part of our dessert menu. Visitors to Cafe Osaka Chakai can enjoy the drink menu from the cup of their choice, with over 100 different varieties to choose from on shelves that line the interior. Cups include mug cups, matchawan (traditional tea bowls) and free-style cups made by artist. The cafe, with its interior designed on the concept of “a retreat in the heart of the city
Osaka Castle: Osaka castle was built in 16 century by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who was one of the most powerful warlords in back then in Japan.
He built it to hold stronghold and unify Japan.