Family and Kids in Osaka

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
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    Family and Kids

    Recently opened Minion plaza at the Universal Studios in Osaka has instantly become one of the popular tourist attractions in Osaka. Considered to be one of the largest minion-themed parks in the world, this place is everything a minion-lover would want! The combination of all the thrilling rides, funny statues, exciting parade, and a number of quirky eateries makes sure that you have fun here....Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
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    Family and Kids

    Mizukakefudoson is a tiny shrine along the road that is popular amongst locals. The statue is covered in moss and is considered to be a protective deity. You will find a number of people coming here or stopping by daily to offer their prayers. One of the interesting places in Osaka to visit, Mizukakefudoson will give you a glimpse of the religious side of the city.
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
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    Zoo

    Animo (Animo) Okunai Zoo is not a regular animal center but it is proud to call itself a ‘healing shop’. It is home to many ‘Yumekawa’ animals with the concept of an indoor mini zoo. Yumekawa creatures mean animals that have dreamy cuteness. You will find here a number of cats, hamsters, hedgehogs, guinea pigs, rabbits, and panda mice along with parrots and owls. You can...Read more
  4. Amazing Osaka attraction for kids
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    Family and Kids

    Eeyan is a tourist information center located minutes away from Dotonbori area. The center has become popular amongst travelers as the staff is helpful and speaks English, Japanese, and Chinese fluently. Your queries about sightseeing will be answered here with detailed information. There is a small cafe on the premises along with a luggage storage facility, making it a one-stop destination for...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
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    Family and Kids

    Amidaike Daikoku is a small sweet shop that is all about traditional Japanese awaokoshi. This simple sweet is made up of cereal puffs, candies compressed into bars. Along with it, the shop is also known for experimenting with new flavors and making different types of confectionaries for people who are looking for modern sweets. A perfect place for those who have sweet tooth, consider stopping b...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Osaka
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    Family and Kids

    Combining some of the traditional illusions with modern techniques, Illusion Museum leaves you baffled when you visit. Considered to be the first of its kind in Japan, this place has everything from displays about historic magic to live performances of different illusionists. An interesting place to visit for kids and adults alike, taking a tour here is one of the top things to do with kids in ...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
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    Family and Kids

    Legoland Japan Resort or simply Legoland Japan is the first Legoland theme park in Japan and eight of its kind in the world. Opened in 2017, this theme park occupies a total of 23 acres. Attracting more than 2 million visitors annually, Legoland Japan is said to be one of the most famous attractions in Nagoya, Japan. Like every other Legoland theme park in the world, Legoland Japan also has sev...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
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    Family and Kids

    When in Osaka, who wouldn’t want to try traditional Japanese cuisine, right? And Kushikatsu Janjan is one such place that is known for serving authentic local dishes. Though small, this hidden gem will pamper your taste buds with delicious kushiage made up of deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables. With pocket-friendly rates, it attracts locals and tourists alike.
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
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    Garden

    Daisen Park Japanese Garden covers an area of more than 6 acres and makes for a peaceful escape right in the heart of the city. It has a small koi pond in the middle that is lined with tiny artificial hills. The pavilion offers soothing views of the surrounding greenery. Following the traditional Japanese-style garden landscapes, this is a relaxing place to stop by.