Explore Japan's essential sites and hidden gems
Tezuka Osamu Manga Museum
TEZUKA Osamu (1926-1989), the father of modern manga and pioneer of anime, has left some one hundred and fifty thousand comic strips, long and short films and hundreds of episodes of TV series tha
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Lovers of beautiful pieces of art, throw yourselves into this unique museum, located close to the temple housing the moss-covered statue Fudo-Fudō.
National Museum of Fine Arts
Both in substance and in form. What better example than the National Museum.
National Museum of Ethnography
North of Osaka, in the small town of Suita, hides a park.
Museum of Oriental Ceramics
"Art provides an aesthetic sensibility essential to the enrichment of human nature." Thus the Museum of Oriental Ceramics in Osaka presents the visitor.
The Lifestyle Museum in the old Osaka reproduces full-scale an old street of the city in the 1830s ... on the top floor of a ten-story building!
Osaka Museum of History
Formerly Naniwa-kyo, Osaka the forsaken has often had a prominent role in the history of Japan. This museum tries to highlight its moments of glory.
Momofuku Ando's Instant Noodle Museum
Named the greatest Japanese invention of the twentieth century in a Japanese poll, instant noodles are a cult product in Japan and the rest of the world.
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