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With a history of about 1,400 years and long flourishing as a commercial center, Osaka is never boring, with its mix of traditional and contemporary attractions.

Among them are Osaka Castle, Tsutenkaku Tower and the 300-meter-tall Abeno Harukas, the country’s tallest building. These and other landmarks frame the unique food culture of the vibrant metropolis that is also known for its hospitality and friendly locals.

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