Osaka is the third largest city in Japan after Tokyo and Yokohama. Despite its rich history (before the founding of Tokyo, it played one of the leading roles in the state), traditionally, tourists are more interested not in the old times of the city, but in its signs of the new century. Here we are primarily talking about such monuments of new Japan as the Kansai International Airport, a unique feature of which is that it is the world's first airport built on water, or rather on a 5-kilometer artificial island in the sea bay.
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The International Wholesale Trade Center is also worth close attention. The Osaka Dome is also beautiful, an indoor multipurpose stadium that can accommodate up to 55,000 spectators.