Kishiwada Kannon Setsubun Festival
Lucky beans are thrown to accompanying cries of, "Demons out! Good Luck in!" in a prayer to ward off misfortun(...)
Naritasan Fudoson Temple Setsubun Festival
The largest Setsubun festival in Kansai. Dried soy beans stored in the largest square wooden sake cup in Japan(...)
Setsubun Yakuyoke Daihoue
Before the beginning of spring, people visit the temple to ward off evil spirits and pray for a good health. (...)
Setsubun Big Festival
Setsubun Festival is held to ward off evil spirits for the year.
Special exhibit of inside the turrets of Osaka Castle.
Special exhibit of some parts of the facilities used for keeping watch, defense as well as the armory, located(...)
【The event was over.】Event to discover the charm of Osaka, City of Food
Top chefs of the world from the Relais & Chateaux *, an international gastronomy network, will come together i(...)
TOMBORI River JAZZ Boat
A roughly 40-minute-long sightseeing cruise with live jazz and views of Osaka's Minami downtown area from the (...)
Story flowing out of the museum. Pieces re-written (re-drawn) by contemporary artists appear in the city of Iz(...)
A unique tale accompanied by magical lights and sounds. Incorporating the latest in digital art, the newest in(...)
Naniwa Exploration Cruise with Rakugo comedians
Ultimate Way of Sightseeing in Osaka! Enjoy sightseeing spots in Osaka by boat!
REVUE JAPAN GEISHA & SAMURAI
An all-female musical troupe that captivates audiences with the brilliant beauty of Japan.
Hamadera Park Rose Garden
Hamadera Park is one of the oldest prefectural parks in Osaka. In the rose park, 300 varieties and 6,500 roots(...)
David Austin English Rose Garden and Plant Center
This is one of the largest gardens in the world, with over 3,000 roses blooming here come spring.
Toyono Town's famous flower field colored in pink can be enjoyed in autumn. Millions of cosmos flowers swaying(...)
Passing through the Mint Bureau under cherry blossoms
Scene to represent Osaka spring. Cherry trees lining approx. 560m road in the Mint Bureau forming a beautiful (...)