JR Takatsuki Station Tourist Information Center 0

Takatsuki has long been a transportation hub, with an abundance of well-preserved natural beauty in the mountains to the north. Its long history means the city is blessed with a wealth of historic heritage. At the same time, Takatsuki is also a lively modern city. Its citizen have come together to create Takatsuki Jazz streets and other events. Located just steps away from JR Takatsuki station's central ticket gates, the tourist information center offers a broad range of pamphlets and more.

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  • Open

    10:00 - 18:00
  • Closed

    None, year-end and New Year holidays (12/29 - 1/3)

Despite its location in a metropolitan area, the abundant natural blessings of Takatsuki City remain pristine in the form of mountains to the north and the Yodogawa River region. As a historic transportation hub, Takatsuki has a wealth of historical heritage. At the same time, Takatsuki is also a lively, modern city where its citizens have come together to organize events like the Takatsuki Matsuri festival, and the Takatsuki Jazz Streets event. JR Takatsuki Station is located about 15 minutes from both JR Osaka Station and JR Kyoto Station. You'll find the tourist information center directly outside of the central ticket gates. Feel free to drop by if you ever find yourself in need of assistance, or if you need any questions answered. We offer a broad range of pamphlets and more. Ask about our volunteer guides.

  • Location

    〒 569-1116 JR Takatsuki Station Building
    1-1 Hakubaicho, Takatsuki-shi, Osaka
  • Directions

    Roughly 15 minutes by Special Rapid from JR Osaka Station
    Roughly 17 minutes by Special Rapid from JR Kyoto Station
    Roughly a 10-minute walk from Takatsuki-shi Station on the Hankyu Kyoto Line
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  • Fax

  • Languages

    English, Chinese
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