• Osaka Museum of History
  • Osaka Museum of History
  • Osaka Museum of History
  • Osaka Museum of History

Osaka Museum of History



You'll find the Osaka Museum of History lies at the north-western edge of the Naniwa-no-Miya Historical Park. Completed in 2001 as part of a project to continuously unite the Naniwa-no-Miya site with Osaka Castle Park, the museum was built within the remains of Naniwa-no-Miya Palace, a site boasting a history of more than 1,350 years. The museum's seventh to tenth floors are permanent exhibition galleries that introduce the Asuka period in Naniwa-no-Miya Palace's past, as well as Osaka's medieval, early modern, modern, and present periods using life-size reconstructions, scale models, and key photographs. The abundant genuine artifacts and experiential exhibitions make it a place to learn about Osaka's rich history and culture.

Location Information

  • Address

    4-1-32, Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, 540-0008

  • Nearest Station
    Tanimachiyonchome Station
    ・ Tanimachi Line
    ・ Chuo Line
  • Phone Number
    Available languages
    only in Japanese
  • Hours
    9:30am - 5:00pm
  • Closed
    *Closes the following day when a regular closing day and national holiday coincide*12/28 to 1/4
  • Public Site
    Official Site

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