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[Osaka City Central Public Hall]

A retro building from the Taisho period, and a popular place for social gatherings

Osaka City Central Public Hall is a conspicuously characterful, stately red-brick building in Nakanoshima, an area which has a concentration of economic and cultural spots and is blessed with plenty of water and greenery. The building was designed by Shinichiro Okada (Draft), Kingo Tatsuno and Yasushi Kataoka (Final Design), three of the most famous architects of the Meiji period, and was completed in 1918. The keynote for the Hall is a Neo-Renaissance style, and distinguishing features include its arched roof and the ceiling in the Special Room painted by Western-style painter Hisashi Matsuoka. Many concerts and lectures are held in the Hall today, and it has become a symbol of Osaka City.
Address 1-1-27 Nakanoshima, Kita Ward, Osaka City, Osaka
Phone +81-6-6208-2002
Opening hours 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Holidays Every fourth Tuesday of the month (the next weekday if Tuesday is a holiday), December 28th to January 4th, some unscheduled holidays
Participation Fee Guided tour (Reservation and additional fee required)
Visitors can also enjoy guided tours on which staff introduce the history of the Public Hall and get to see the Special Room.
●Basic Course(A guided tour with a duration of approx. 30 minutes) 500 yen
●Special Course(A guided tour with a duration of approx. 30 minutes and original course lunch.) 2,000 yen
* Please check the website for details.
Access Take the Midosuji Line of Osaka Metro from "Shin-Osaka Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen for approx. 9 minutes, alight at "Yodoyabashi Station" and walk for approx. 5 minutes.
Photo credit Osaka City Central Public Hall

updated on Mar 30, 2018

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