Tsutenkaku Tower・Shinsekai (New World)

The broad and deep world centering from Osaka's symbolic tower

The broad and deep world centering from Osaka's symbolic tower

Shinsekai (New World) which is located in the Ebisuhigashi, Naniwa Ward of Osaka City, is a flourishing district since the World War II. It is a sightseeing spot with retro atmosphere newly recognized and highly evaluated again because of various food shops including famous snack, kushi-katsu (pork cutlets on skewers), from the center of the Jan Jan Yokochuo.In addition, Tsutenkaku Tower is about in the center of Shinsekai. It is an observatory tower with 100-meter height, and it is said that is able to get good luck after touching the sole of the foot of Billiken (God of Luck)  Statue on the Golden Observation Platform. There are 700,000 people coming to visit every year. It is known as famous sightseeing spot in Osaka.

Information

Address
18-6 Ebisuhigashi 1-chome, Naniwa-ku, Osaka-City, Osaka 556-0002 (Tsutenkaku)
Access
3-minute walk after getting off at Subway Ebisucho Station
10-minute walk after getting off at JR Shin-Imamiya Station
3-minute walk after getting off at Ebisucho Station of the Hankai Electric Tramway Hankai Line
Phone
06-6641-955 (Tsutenkaku Tower)
Hours
9:00-21:00 (Last entry 30 minutes prior closing/ Vary by seasons)
Holidays
None
Admission
800 yen for adults
400 yen for junior high school students and elementary school students, infants (5-year-old above), (free until lobby)
Website
https://osaka-info.jp/en/page/tsutenkaku
https://osaka-info.jp/en/page/shinsekai