A viewing tower located in Naniwa Ward, Osaka City and a famous Osaka landmark. Originally erected in 1912 and modeled after the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the current 108 meter tower is actually the second Tsutenkaku. The fourth and fifth floors are a viewing floor overlooking Osaka. There are figures of the Seven Gods of Fortune on the fifth floor as well as a statue of Billiken which is said to bring good luck when the soles of its feet are rubbed. The tower is filled with other interesting things to see and do, including the Kinnikuman Museum; a café produced by Mother Farm; and showroom shops by Morinaga, Glico, and Nisshin.
Osaka Osakashi Naniwa-ku Ebisuhigashi 1-18-6
9:00-21:00 (Last entry is 20:30)
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Osaka Osakashi Naniwa-ku Ebisuhigashi 1-18-6 [map]
- 9:00-21:00 (Last entry is 20:30)
- open everyday
- [General observatory fee Friday ※ 2017 9 Monday 30 Sunday to 2017]
[Adult] 700 yen [college student] 500 yen [junior high school student] 400 yen [Elementary School Students] 300 yen [Child (5 years old or older)] 300 yen
[General observatory fee Friday 2017 From 10Monday 1Sunday]
[Adults (High School Students or higher)] 700 yen [Junior High School Students/Elementary School Students/Child (5 years old or older)] 400 yen
- Parking Lot
- 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."