OSAKA (about 330 miles southwest of Tokyo) is the second largest city in Japan and the 13th largest city in the world, with a population of about 10.5 million people. Situated on a sheltered bay, it is also the commercial, shipping and industrial center of western Japan, the second major gateway to Japan after Tokyo. People from Osaka and Kansai are regarded as more outgoing, pragmatic, independent and irreverent than other Japanese. Osaka area is 18 million and Geographic coordinates of Osaka, Japan are Latitude: 34°41′37″ N, Longitude: 135°30′07″ E, Elevation above sea level: 24 m = 78 ft.
Osaka offers high quality high school education. Students are showing good performance in science, reading and math. Osaka has 5 universities listed in the rankings. Overall, Osaka is ranked 108th of all Teleport Cities for university education. Keio University, Nihon University, Nippon Medical School, Saitama Medical School, St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Teikyo University, Toho University, Tokai University, Tokyo Medical University are reputed universities in Japan. Advanced Medical Research Center, Earth-Life Science Institute, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, National Institute for Environmental Studies, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology are some of the research institutes in Japan.
Many of Japan's foremost sightseeing spots are located in Kansai, the region surrounding Osaka. There are plenty of ways to get to and from Osaka, so it's just a quick trip to Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, and other popular sightseeing locations! The first step on your trip to Osaka is a flight to Kansai International Airport. Osaka is in almost the exact center of Japan. There is plenty of transportation to Osaka from major cities around Japan. Depending on your starting point and preferred traveling style, you can choose from among planes, bullet trains, express trains, buses, cars, ferries, and other modes of transportation. There is plenty of transportation to Osaka from major cities around Japan.
Few Top Rated Tourist Attractions in Osaka:
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan
The Tempozan Ferris Wheel and Harbor Village
Twin Towers: Tsutenkaku and the Kobe Port Tower
The National Museum of Art
Tennoji Park and Zoo
Osaka Science Museum
The Umeda Sky Building
Universal Studios Japan
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