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Osaka Living Guide

Osaka is located in the Kinki region in Honshu. The capital is Osaka-shi. Nara, Wakayama, Hyogo, and Kyoto are neighboring prefectures, while the southwest side faces Osaka Bay.

The climate is warm throughout the year. In the plains, there is almost no snowfall in the winter, and it is extremely hot in the summer.

Osaka has a lot of industrial areas, and many large companies have their headquarters. Osaka Castle and Universal Studios Japan are also popular tourist destinations.

Living Guide Articles tagged "Osaka"

Hiring Foreign Workers in Japan and How to Apply for Visa
Food Culture Differences Between Kanto and Kansai
English-Speaking Moving Companies in Japan
Foreigner's Communities in Osaka-Pref.
English-speaking Hair-salons in Osaka
English-Speaking Hospitals in Osaka
English-Speaking Dentists in Osaka
Karate Dojos & Karate in Japan
Kendo Dojos in Japan
Aikido Dojos in Japan
Sumo Wrestling in Japan : Tournaments, Tickets and More
10 Best Places to See Autumn Leaves in Japan
Attractions and Advantages of Living in Osaka
International Schools in Osaka
Osaka vs Tokyo - What are the differences?
Discovering Kabuki: A Guide to Kabuki Theatres, Tickets, and Cultural Insights
Hiring Foreign Workers in Japan and How to Apply for Visa