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This observatory is a prominent symbol of Osaka's Shinsekai area. Built from steel, this strange tourist attraction was originally designed to look like Paris's Eiffel Tower standing atop the Arc de Triomphe. After being damaged in a fire, it now takes on a new image, but it still offers up a fresh world view with its neon light display at night.
1-18-6 Ebisu-Higashi, Namihaya, Osaka
Adults ¥ 700Elementary/Junior high school students ¥ 400Children￥ 400
9:00- 21:00* Last admission open until 20:30
Not only the observatory, but attached also are the georama and cafe where the image of Tsutenkaku from about a century ago can be found inside the building.
- Exit "Ebisu-cho Station" of Subway Sakaisuji Line- Exist "Shin Imamiya Station" of JR Kanjo Line
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