Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Honten, located in the Abeno Harukas facility, is a large department store operated by the Kintetsu Group. The department store is divided into two buildings, the Tower Building and the Wing Building. The Tower Building has groceries, cosmetics, women’s and men’s clothes, interiors, restaurants, and other shops from the 2nd floor to the 14th floor. The Wing Building has shoes, sports equipment, travel goods and toys, and an event venue from the 2nd floor to the 9th floor. This is a convenient place to shop at Abeno Harukas, as it has a wide selection of genre-rich products. There is a Harukas Wing Garden and Abeno Harukas Farm on the roof.
Abeno Harukas restaurant offers a wide variety of meals including Japanese and Western dishes, Chinese and ethnic, restaurant bars, buffets and cafes. Especially recommended is “Kushi no Bou”. It is a “Kushikatsu” specialty store that originated in Osaka City Hozenji. Founded in 1950, the store offers seasonal ingredients for seasonal skewers.
The observation deck “Harukas 300” at Abeno Harukas is located on the 58th to 60th floors, and on the 60th floor you can overlook Osaka from a height of 300m on the ground. Let’s enjoy an aerial walk where you can taste the thrill because there are also glassed feet.
There is a souvenir shop on the 59th floor, so you can purchase Abeno Harukas character ‘Abe no bea’ goods, key chains, ballpoint pens and sweets.
The 58th floor has a stylish cafe & bar and a garden. The garden is a roofless outdoor garden where you can take a break in an open space.
Purchase tickets for Harukas 300 (observation deck) at the Abeno Harukas 16th floor ticket counter. When you visit the observation deck, the sky is cloudy and you may not see the scenery well, but it is recommended that you “Harukas 300 1day ticket”. If you purchase this ticket in advance, you can enter as many times as possible on the day. If you go up to the observation deck at a clear timing, you can see good views.
The scenery of about 300 meters is certainly worth seeing
One of Osaka’s best high-rise complex buildings opened in 2014, “Abeno Harukasu”. It is a sightseeing spot where you can enjoy department stores, 44 restaurants, hotels, museums all day. The 360-degree panoramic view overlooking throughout the Kansai area from the top floor observation hall “Harukasu 300” is a masterpiece. Local Osaka people are said to love high places, but the scenery of about 300 meters that they are convinced is certainly worth seeing at first sight. It is conveniently located just a short walk from the nearest station. It is a new sightseeing spot for Osaka sightseeing which is also suitable for souvenir purchase.
“Harukasu” (bright and clear) in a passage of “Tales of Ise”
In the building with 60 stories above the ground and 300 meters high, there are Marriott hotels, museums and nurseries as well.
By the way, the origin of the name “Harukasu” seems to be “Harukasu” (bright and clear) in a passage of “Tales of Ise” (Japanese Old Tale).
The night view seen from about 300 meters above the ground is wonderful
One of the most recommended spots in Abeno Harukasu is “Harukasu 300”. It is an observation hall which can see the view of Osaka with 360-degree panorama. The night view seen from about 300 meters above the ground is wonderful. If the weather is nice, you can see Awajishima Island, Rokko Mountains Range and Kansai International Airport. The admission fee for adults is 1,500 yen, but the admission fee for children is free for those under 4 years old.
You can enjoy the view as much as you wish
The height of Abeno Harukasu is the third largest in the building in Japan, but in the skyscraper building is the best in Japan, surpassing the Yokohama Landmark Tower. “Harukasu 300” which is the observation hall has a three-layer structure of 58, 59, 60 floor, and since the wall over is glassed, there is a feeling of release and you can enjoy the view as much as you wish.
Abeno Harukasu can be confirmed from far away
From the 58th floor to the top is a colonnade, and the 60th floor heavenly corridor surrounds it. It is unusual to have a “colonnade” structure at such a high place, it is open and wonderful.
Building 60 floors above ground, Abeno Harukasu, the tallest skyscraper in Japan, can be confirmed from far away. It is a recommended spot where local couples, parents and children, and tourists are excited.
Information(Access, Price/Charge, Tel, Address, Official site, etc.)
|Address:||Abenosuji 1-1-43 Osaka Abeno-ku, Osaka 545-0052 Japan|
|Access:||Osaka Municipal Subway Midosuji-sen Line “Tennoji-eki Station” (It's connected to the station)|
|Price/Charge:||1,500 yen Adult (age 18 and over)|
1,200 yen Middle schoolers (age 12-17)
700 yen Elementary schoolers (age 6-11)
500 yen Young children (age 4-5)
Please refer the official web page.