Abeno Harukas HARUKAS 300 (Observatory)

Observatory on top of Japan’s highest building

Observatory on top of Japan’s highest building

Japan’s tallest skyscraper offers complete facilities of shopping, accommodations and restaurants.

Viewing Osaka from the top of the building is magnificent.

 

HARUKAS 300 is the observatory located in Japan’s highest 300-meter building ABENO HARUKAS consisting of three layers on the 58th, 59th and 60th floors. When weather permits, this observatory commands a panoramic view of Kyoto to the Rokko Mountains, Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge to Awaji Island, Ikoma Mountains and Kansai International Airport.

Information

Address
1-143 Abeno Muso, Abeno-ku, Osaka City 545-8545
Access
6-minute by train from Namba station
Phone
06-6624-0300
Hours
10:00 - 20:00 (last entry 19:30)
* Operating hours are subject to change without prior notice
* Tickets of the day are on sale from 9:50 to 19:30
Holidays
None
Admission
Adult (age 18 and over) 1,500 yen
Middle school students (age 12-17) 1,200 yen
Elementary school students (age 6-11) 700 yen
Pre-school children (age 4-5) 500 yen
Website
http://www.abenoharukas-300.jp/en/observatory/