Once the capital of Japan in the 7th century, Osaka had an extremely flourishing growth rate, being a transshipment point for water trading of many countries in the region thanks to its river system. dense. Perhaps it is because of that that Osaka is called the city of water.
Well-known as a city with its own harmony between traditional beauty and modernity, between natural landscapes and the rhythm of human life, Osaka has long been an indispensable destination in action. each visitor's discovery of Japan.