Osaka Museum of History大阪歴史博物館
This museum northwest of Naniwanomiyaato Park in Chuo Ward, Osaka City opened in 2001. A permanent exhibit entitled ''Toshi Osaka no Ayumi'' covering the history of Osaka from ancient times to today takes up the 7th to 10th floors. The top floor features a recreation of the council hall of the Nara-period Naniwa Palace complete with 70 cm-thick vermillion-lacquered pillars and life-sized figures of government officials. Each floor presents the history and culture of Osaka through recreations of buildings, miniature models, videos, and abundant artifacts. The remains of Naniwa Palace are preserved in the museum's basement. Tours are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Otemae 4-1-32 (Osaka Castle / Kyobashi / Eastern Osaka CityArea)
9:30-17:00 (Friday of special exhibition period is until 20:00) ※ The entrance is until 30 minutes closing
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There are a lot of Japanese life style in the old time showing, which make you realize how the Japanese lived their lives in...
that is dedicated to the 'ancient era'. One below is 'middle ages', and so...
- Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Otemae 4-1-32 [ map ]
- 9:30-17:00 (Friday of special exhibition period is until 20:00) ※ The entrance is until 30 minutes closing
- Tuesday (The next day for Public holiday), New Year's Holiday
- [Admission fee to view Permanent exhibition] Adults 600 yen, Senior university student 400 yen, Junior High School Students or less Free
[Admission fee to view Permanent exhibition Osaka Castle Tenshukaku set ticket] Adults/Senior university student 900 yen ※ Special exhibition is additional fee Friday
- Parking Lot
- Available 144spaces
- Credit Card
- Not available
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- View route from Station View route from Bus Stop View route from IC View route from Parking
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Osaka Main Areas
While Osaka prefecture is the country's second smallest prefecture, its capital, Osaka City, is the country's third-largest and arguably one of the most popular in the Kansai region thanks to its vibrant nightlife, the Osaka people's openness, and its much-loved cuisine, which has earned it the nickname âthe nation's kitchen."