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However for photographers please bring some clothes or "Ninja Refu" available at Yodobashi as the reflection of the light is annoying. Can view Abeno Harukas, Tsutenkaku from far, and also the Tempozan Ferris Wheel. The admission fee is not high. Definitely worth a visit.
If you are a laid back person like me who enjoys bird eye views, then you cannot miss this place. It just happened that while we were on our way to Tempozan Marketplace we changed our mind and got down at Cosmo Square instead. The...More
Another Amazing pass free attraction. Was not sure what to expect as the lift was nothing special, but when we left the lift we had to go up the longest escalator I've ever seen, & once up the top the views were spectacular.
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This place has one of the best views in Osaka along with Umeda Sky Building and Abeno Harukas, both day and night.
It is by far the cheapest in terms of entrance fee JPY 700, and there is no line as opposed to a long...More
Came here to try out the tower here, here is what we think:
Physical Ease: 5/5
Value for Money: 4/5
The Good: Nice sights, we came on a Sunday without much people in summer, so it was marvellous, quiet,...More
We went here at 8 pm. The place is so quiet and less crowded than Umeda Sky Building. There are only a few people (less than ten) at that time.
This observatory is included in 2-day Osaka Amazing Pass. All we need is to show...More
Also know as Cosmo Tower (previously: Osaka World Trade Center Cosmo Building), this stylish tower was the highest building in Osaka (and he second highest in Japan, just after the Yokohama Landmark Tower) - before the bulky Abeno Harukas was built. First or second highest...More