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A fun thing to do in Japan is to get a thorough massage by one of those wild-looking robotic chairs that will enfold you almost completely from head to toe. Usually you can find them in great number at the home appliance sections in shopping malls. Many Japanese would go there after work for a relaxing time.
From the outside the castle is great, and the park around the castle is nice. From the inside it's horrible, totally renovated, plastic-stuff everywhere. If you want to see an old japanese castle, you're much better off heading to Himeji (still in its old form, was not bombed in ww2), which is not too far from Osaka by shinkansen.
Learn some Japanese otherwise you'll find it really hard to get around in Osaka
The Kansai Intl. Airport is a phenomenal sight. It's been built into the water about 4 miles offshore. It already looks impressive from the surface. But if you take a train or cab from the mainland over the sparkling silvery bridge into its intestines, you'll enter a multiple-story town underground - with railway stations of different companies stacked on top of each other! (The pic overlooking the bridge to the airport was taken from our hotel room - the hotel itself being a phenomenal sight, too.)
Once you've visited this beautiful shrine, you think the other ones are just smaller copies. Don't forget to visit the trail up to the mountain to smaller shrines. The path is covered with hundreds and hundreds of torii. At the main temple, on the left side, take the short stairs up and then follow the short stairs on the right. You'll land at the entrance of the beautiful path.
The park is great way to see Osaka. On a (very) hot day we strolled around in the park, avoiding Osaka city's busy streets and enjoying the peace and quiet. The park provides a nice contrast between the park's human-size architecture and the buzzling Osaka downtown with skyscrapers and lots of people.
Check out the Floating Garden Observatory in the amazing Umeda Sky Building for a stunning view over town, but only if you don't suffer from aerophobia. Follow the waterfall to a small city underground for great food and exciting shops.
Don't go. The town's the headquarters for a culty church-like group. Any temples (except for the cult stuff) or other sites are far from any train stations.
An easy way to visit Osaka from the Kansai International Airport is to take the train. It takes about one hour one-way.
the food in osaka is amazing. the night life and eateries in shinsaibashi are a must see and must eat!
The acquarium was amazing, one of the best I have been to. They have a whale shark!