Each floor represents an era. Not only can you see it, you can also experience it.
You can learn about the history of Osaka and experience local culture at the Osaka Museum of History, located in Chuo-ku, Osaka. What is the biggest feature here?
When you arrive at the museum, I suggest starting from the tenth floor. Each floor stands for an era and its respective culture. On the tenth floor is Naniwa palace, the ninth has mid century and the busy looking Edo Era, on the eighth floor is a recreation space for a ruins excavation site, on the seventh floor is an exhibition of the streets of Osaka in recent years. It’s quite interesting just picturing these eras separated by level.
In addition to ancient artifacts, models and exhibits, Osaka Museum of History’s main features are its ‘authentic experience spaces’, such as the ancient palace area on the tenth floor, the design of the Water City’s past view on the ninth floor, 1 to 1 modern streets, architecture and market on the seventh floor. You can actually see them and experience being around them.
Don’t miss it if you are interested in Japanese history.Address: 4-1-32, Otemae, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 540-0008, Japan