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Located on the 56th to 60th floor of the ABENO HARUKAS, ranked the highest building in Japan at over 300 meters above the ground, Harukas 300 is an observatory deck which offers amazing panoramic views of Osaka.

This observatory is known to be a popular date spot, given that it is a certified ‘Lover’s Sanctuary’ and provides the perfect backdrop for marriage proposals or a romantic photo op.

Osaka city on a sunny day from Abeno Harukas
Even seen from this high, Osaka has no end. | Photo by Getty Images

How to buy tickets

To save money and time, we recommend purchasing your tickets online in advance. A general observatory ticket will cost you ¥1,500. For an additional ¥500, you can buy a Heliport Tour Ticket which includes a unique tour of the heliport located on the top of the building and a chance to see an unobstructed view of Osaka.
If you do decide to buy on the day, the ticket prices are as follows; adults (age 18 and over) ¥1,800, middle schoolers (age 12-17) ¥1,200, elementary schoolers (age 6-11) ¥700 and young children ¥500.

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How to get there

There is no car parking available so you will need to come by public transport. The nearest station is Tennoji which can be accessed by the JR Kansai Airport Line, JR Osaka Loop Line, Tanimachi Line, Midosuji Line, and the Yamatoji Line. You can also take the Airport Limousine Bus from Kansai Airport to Tennoji.