21. Tsuruhashi (Korea Town)Osaka's Korea town has been here since before WWII. It's well-known for its Korean BBQ restaurants (bulgogi), traditional Korean dresses and vegetable stands.
22. National Museum of EthnologyJapan's largest research institute for humanities and social sciences. A collection of 255,000 cultural artifacts from around the world. It's one of Japan's best museums.
It's located on the grounds of the 1970 world expo. This area has some interesting features such as a large (70 meters, 230 feet high) statue called the Tower of the Sun.
23. Tsutenkaku TowerTsutenkaku Tower is located in the colorful (and reportedly dangerous) Shinsekai area of Osaka.
It was built in 1912 as part of the Luna Park amusement park. At the time, it was the second tallest structure in Asia at 60 meters. The park was closed in 1925 and the tower was damaged in WWII. It was dismantled for its iron for the war effort.
In 1956 it was reconstructed. The new structure is 103 meters tall. It provides an unobstructed view of Osaka.
24. Tempozan Ferris WheelThe Tempozan Ferris Wheel was the World's tallest ferris wheel from 1997-1999. Its neon lights predict the weather for the next day — orange for sunny, green for cloudy and blue for rain.
It's located beside the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan at Tempozan Harbor Village.
25. Tenjimbashisuji Shopping StreetThe longest covered shopping arcade in Japan at 2.6 kilometers (1.6 miles).
26. Osaka Tenmangu ShrineOsaka Tenmangu Shrine was built in 949 and reconstructed after a fire in 1845. It's the site of one of Osaka's biggest festivals — Tenjin Matsuri.
The Tenjin Matsuri (July) has been held here for 1000 years. The highlight of the festival is a procession of 100 traditional boats carrying 3000 people dressed in 8th century Imperial fashions.
27. Kema Sakuranomiya ParkA large riverside, urban park with 5000 cherry trees.
28. Osaka Museum of HistoryA 10 storey museum of Osaka's history. It features some interesting artifacts, photos and large scale models. It's across the street from Osaka castle.
29. Osaka Love HotelLove hotels aren't nearly as seedy as they sound. They're an interesting modern cultural experience. Osaka has hundreds of them. They're easy to spot with names like "Hotel Mickey Cookies" and "Hotel Little Chapel Coconuts".
30. America Mura (American village)A large shopping and entertainment district popular with young people and foreign residents of Osaka. It's similar to Harajuku in Tokyo.
America-mura is near the Shinsaibashi shopping street and is centered around a small-scale reproduction of the Statue of Liberty.