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Umeda Sky Building
Umeda Sky Building has two 40-story towers and is at 173 meters making it a landmark of Umeda, Osaka. Since it was introduced as one of the “Top 20 buildings in the World” in the UK paper “THE TIMES” alongside Taj Mahal and Sagrada Família in 2008, it has become a popular sightseeing spot among foreign tourists. From the observation deck, you will have the entire view of Osaka city and you can also enjoy the amazingly beautiful view during sunset and at night.
- 1-1 Oyodonaka, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
- Contact No.
- 7-min walk from the Central North Exit of JR Osaka Station
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- Observation deck: 10:00-22:30; Sky lounge Star Dust: 17:00-23:00
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Admission fee
- Observation deck, 800 yen; Junior high and high school students, 500 yen; Elementary students, 300 yen; Children younger than age four, 100 yen
- Other Information
- *Wi-Fi Available *Pamphlets in English, Chinese, Korean available
※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.
Night view from the Floating Garden Observatory
In each of the observatory floors, 39th, 40th and the roof top, you can enjoy a breathtaking landscape. Especially on The Rumi Sky Walk, 173 meters above the ground and 122 meter long, you can enjoy a 360-degree view. The sunset from this spot was designated as one of “Japan's 100 Most Beautiful Sunsets."
Authentic Cantonese cuisine at Sangu
An authentic restaurant & lounge is located on the observation floor. Sangu serves authentic Hong Kong-style Cantonese cuisine and is a restaurant which won the prime minister prize at the Food Exhibition. Savoring your dinner with a beloved with a gorgeous sunset and the sparkling city in front of your eyes will no doubt be exceptional.
On B1 floor of Umeda Sky Building is Takimikoji that represents a restaurant district from the Showa period. You can enjoy Japanese authentic cuisine in 26 restaurants mainly serving Japanese dishes such as soba (buckwheat noodles), ramen and okonomiyaki (savory pancakes).