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About Osaka

2 871 680 dans la ville
14 287 199 dans laire urbaine
220 km² (85 mi²)
4 m
Osaka, capital of Osaka Prefecture at the mouth of the Yodo River, has become one of the largest cities in the world, both in area and in population. It ranks among the busiest ports in the country and accommodates major ocean-going vessels. Kansai Airport is built on a man-made island in Osaka Bay and is a key point in the air routes of Japan. Osaka is a major industrial city, and a financial and commercial centre in the seat of Kansai, one of Japan's wealthiest regions. Industries include the manufacture of steel, machinery, textiles, ships, motor vehicles, electrical equipment, and cement. The city is intersected by many canals spanned by bridges and has several parks, the largest of which, Tennoji Park, contains botanical gardens. The city is the home of Japanese drama, particularly bunraku (puppet theatre). Osaka University (1931), Kansai University (1886), and Osaka City University (1949) are here. The city dates from about AD 300, when it was known as Naniwa. In 1583 the Japanese general and statesman Toyotomi Hideyoshi made Osaka his feudal capital, and Osaka Castle was built and completed. During Toyotomi's administration Osaka became a flourishing centre of trade, and now boasts a skyline which, in Japan, is second only to Tokyo. As well as being home to Japan's 3rd tallest skyscraper, Osaka is also home to the country's most famous: the Umeda Sky Building.

Zones urbaines

Osaka Business Park (16)

Nombre de bâtiments

No. Current status
2 191 Tous les bâtiments
2 059
en construction
jamais construit

Bâtiments les plus hauts

# Bâtiment Hauteur Année
1 Abeno Harukas 984 ft 2014
2 Osaka Sakishima Building 827 ft 1995
3 The Kitahama 687 ft 2009
4 X-Tower Osaka Bay 657 ft 2006
5 ORC 200 656 ft 1993