Things to do at Abeno Harukas

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Abeno Harukas is a multi-purpose commercial facility in Abenosuji Itchome, Abeno-ku, Osaka, Japan. It consists of the New Annex (main tenants: Osaka Abenobashi Station, Kintetsu Department Store Main Store Abeno Harukas Wing Building), Eastern Annex (Miyako City Osaka Tennoji), and a 300 m (984 ft) tall skyscraper Abeno Harukas. The reconstruction began in January 9, 2010, and opened on March 7, 2014. The building is 300 meters tall and has 62 floors, making it the tallest building in Japan. It is the planned alternative station building of Osaka Abenobashi Station, the terminal of Kintetsu Minami Osaka Line. Its floor space is around 100,000 square meters, making it the biggest department store in Japan. It contains Kintetsu Department Store Main Store Abeno Harukas, Marriott International hotel, university campuses, and Sharp Corporation sales office.
Opening hours: 09:00 - 22:00
1-chōme-1-43 Abenosuji, Abeno-ku, Osaka, 545-6016, Japan

Your guide to Abeno Harukas

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Eliza
23 Feb 2020
Abeno Harukas, Japan's tallest skyscraper, offers a stunning city view of Osaka from its observation deck on the 60th floor. We came here after nightfall so we only saw the night views. I found the experience enjoyable, and even the elevator ride had a dreamy feel to it.
Yik Yen
10 Dec 2019
We enjoyed the awesome and spectacular 360 degree night view of Osaka from the top floor at 300 metres of Abeno Harukas, the tallest building in Japan. The building is easily accessed as it is located next to Tennoji station. Redemption procedure is very easy and customer-friendly.
Derrick
12 Nov 2019
Abeno Harukas is a modern and clean building and the observatory is a must-go if you’re in the area! The building is easily identifiable from around Osaka - it is the tallest building in the whole of Japan! The observatory provides a true 360-degree view of the city of Osaka!
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Bin Mohd Ali
20 Aug 2019
Abeno Harukas, the most amazing view in Osaka. Easy and fast. Cost saving. Highly recommended.
2+
shente
13 Aug 2019
Utilizing the underground subway, we got to the Abenobashi Terminal Building (Abeno Harukas) and began going up. Heading to the 60th floor, the observatory spot, we got to witness the entirety of Osaka. It was really interesting seeing the city so high up; houses and railways became miniature figures. The observatory area also featured glass-paneled floors for a much more exciting experience. It was nice! It was a great spot to take nice pictures and enjoy the nice scenery.
Cecille
25 Jul 2019
Harukas 300 Observatory is at the top of the Abeno Harukas Bldg! The way to the observatory, you'll find the elevator quite entertaining since it seems like you're going up in space due to the star-like effect in it. When you get into the observatory, you'll be greeted by the city lights of Osaka! It was such a beautiful sight, seeing all the lights, how you can see everything up there. You could literally spend hours just sitting there, looking out, and just enjoying in the moment!
Wan Yi
30 Apr 2019
We alighted at Tennoji Station and the signboards were very useful to lead us to the Abeno Harukas. Exchanged the tickets easily at their counter by showing them the Klook voucher QR code. The view from level 60 is amazing as we arrived around 6.40pm to see the sunset + nighttime view. Highly recommended if you want to get an overview of Osaka City.
Mastura
2 Jan 2019
Ouh! This activity was so good. Abeno Harukas 300 is on the 60th floor. You can see the whole of Osaka from here! We when at night because of the city lights. Admission was easy. The fireworks were on a screen but there’s 2 more interactive lights on projectors. The mascot is soo cute! Couldn’t help buying a few souvenirs.
CHALERMCHAI
26 Dec 2018
Can take the E-Voucher to scan to the gate via The counter will be on the 16th floor of the Abeno Harukas building and then take the elevator to the 60th floor. [If getting up at night when the elevator goes up to the 60th floor, stay in the end. Looking at the top, you will see the light running in the elevator line. Take good photos)