Ōsaka Abenobashi Station (大阪阿部野橋駅, Ōsaka-Abenobashi-eki, station number: F01) is a railway station on Kintetsu Minami Osaka Line in Abeno-ku, Osaka, Japan. The station is also called "Abenobashi Station" (あべの橋駅).
According to the research on November 13, 2012, 159,075 passengers got on and off trains at Ōsaka Abenobashi Station. It was the largest number of passengers getting on and off trains at stations on the Kintetsu Lines.
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Christina Leung | Apr 21, 2018
Awesome observatory. Easy access (3-min walk from station), spacious and low crowd level. Tripod is also allowed, which is quite rare. ¥1,500 admission really isn’t bad especially if you enjoy photography. Some people said that going to the 16th floor (free garden) is sufficient; I have included a photo from the 16th floor so you can compare the view yourself.
Julia Fehse | Mar 10, 2018
Went up to Harukas 300 obeservation deck. It cost you around 1500¥ but its worth it! Great view especially in the late afternoon. Go up as long as the sun is still out, go have a beer 3 stories further down and watch the stunning sunset over the harbor region. After that go back up and have a look at the city at dawn. Amazing experience.
abdeslam el moukni | May 2, 2018
This is the highest building in Japan... It contains sixty floors (around three hundred metres from the ground)... On the top of this building you can enjoy an amazing view of Osaka city (I liked the Hanshin Expressway bridges going through buildings and crossing the city)... There's also a new attraction entertainment that you can enjoy: hanging from the highest point (with special gears) and feel the 300m of hight...
Andrew A | Apr 20, 2018
Really amazing place for views of Osaka! It's the tallest building in Japan! (That doesn't include any of the towers, just actual buildings) there's a fun gift shop, and if you're brave enough you can sign up to hang off of the side of the building!!
Jin Liew | Jan 26, 2018
Spectacular views at night! (Apparently much better than during the day). There's a bit of a light show on the way up, great views in all directions and a few light shows on the observation floor. If you enjoy the city lights then it's definitely worth taking a look.
Ronald Perez | Jun 14, 2018
Went to the free one. Nice view of three directions of Osaka. Kind of expensive to go to the top deck ($25) but that's just me, maybe you find that valuable. Good places to eat near and high end shops like Gucci at ground level.
Kayda Kurenai | Jun 15, 2018
Fee is over ¥1000. View is amazing, there's a gift shop on the observatory and an extreme experience where you can go to the top and look over the edge. It was raining on the day i went so I didn't get to do it. There are also restaurants on the lower floor
Nathanial Howard | Jun 15, 2018
It's a pretty impressive building. Quite expensive for what it is. You don't really get any telescopes or interactive screens at the top. Cool elevator ride up to the top though.
an chu | May 18, 2018
One of the best buildings to get a view of a city. You must pay a few to enter Harukas 300, about 1000 yen. Many people and can get crowded, but it's a very beautiful scene and if you get the chance you should definitely check this area out.
Julie Tran | May 19, 2018
I think this is the tallest building in Osaka. You can pay to go all the way to the top, but the 16th floor is the highest free level to visit and I think this was good enough. Very open plan on this level with a mini garden outside. Super pretty
Min Jie Cheong | Jul 8, 2018
Gives a 360° view of the surrounding Osaka downtown area. A must-visit if you have a thing for bird's eye views of cities around the world. Went right at sunset on what was a wet day, but could still see all the way to Osaka bay and the surrounding mountains. Was crowded but could still move around easily and have ample space to stand around the full-length windows. The only downside is that the interior lighting of the observation deck ruins photos taken of the surroundings due to reflection. For a unimpeded view of the Osaka bay, try going one floor down to the toilets (either male or female will do). The full-length windows will give you what the observation deck won't, as that same area on the 60th floor is off limits unless you pay for your picture to be taken.
Jiri Donat | Jun 27, 2018
Terrific views of the city. Even the elevator ride is fantastic, as you see the entire shaft above you enhanced with LED lights. Not to be missed.
Napoleon Biggs | Jul 12, 2018
Nothing like drinking an Asahi Dry whilst eating edamame on an outdoor deck next to real trees (and piped bird song!) at 60 floors above ground. Surprisingly relaxing after snapping countless rooftops on your phone.
Alex Shyu | Jul 5, 2018
1,500jpy entry fee. Very fun as it is not crowded at all and you can enjoy a quite time here watching Osaka city. Almost all the major attractions in Osaka are identifiable atop here and even the Akashi cross strait bridge is viewable from here which was a very pleasant surprise. Highly recommended when you’re tired of the hustles and bustles of Osaka and need some time to relax. Good restaurants on the restaurant floors too.
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