Northern Osaka City大阪市北部
The site of Expo Osaka spreads on the Senriyama Hills. Amusement park and cultural facilities in the vast area.
The Banpaku-koen Park located on the east side of the Senriyama Hills in the central north part of Osaka is the site where Expo Osaka was held in 1970. Osaka Monorail runs through this 264 hectare wide park from east to west.
On the north side of the monorail, there are Japanese gardens with teahouses such as Senri-an and Banri-an, and a natural cultural garden where you can enjoy seasonal flowers. There are also the National Anthropology Museum that introduces the lives and cultures of different people in the world, the National International Art Museum, Osaka Japanese Art and Craft Hall and other cultural establishments.
There are a drive-in theater "Stardust" that can accommodate 390 cars, Senri-no-yu, a natural hot spring pumped from 1,000 m deep well and other points of interest dotted throughout the hills.
From Tokyo :
[Rail] Take JR Tokaido Shinkansen Line for 2 hours and 30 minutes from Tokyo Station to Shin-Osaka Station. Then take a subway for 13 minutes from Shin-Osaka Station to Senrichuo Station.