Dine on all the many different delights Osaka has on offer. For coffee combined with flowers, fashion and delicious food, BioTop is a cool spot to devote your morning to. A steamy way to spend your day is at Spa World, an 8-floor water theme park filled with pools, baths and saunas, or for a more traditional experience take a day trip by train to Kinosaki Onsen which is a town built around relaxing in one of seven hot springs.
Despite being one of the country’s most modern cities, traditional Japenese puppet theatre is a rare art form you’re lucky enough to still be able to witness at Osaka’s National Bunraku Theater. Walked up an appetite? While Dontonburi is Osaka’s most famous spot for foodies, the area of Fukushima is teeming with tiny gastronomic delights, like Hanakujira, Moeyo Mensuke and Ketobashiya Champion, for you to tour during a night out. If it’s fine dining you’re after, Fujiya 1935 is a three Michelin star restaurant serving up Kobe beef Spanish-style or try the marvellous multi-course ‘kaiseki’ at Yonemasu which holds one Michelin star
Behind Tenma Station, you’ll find plenty of bars and small bites along the lantern-lit Chochin-dori street. With infinite options, why not open up to the endless possibilities of Osaka?