Last Updated on September 2, 2023 by Nouman kaleem
The big enemy of going out is rain, isn’t it? Even if I went on a planned trip, I would be very sad if I couldn’t do anything because of the rain. Therefore, we will introduce spots that can be enjoyed even in the rain in Osaka by genre so that you can assemble a plan flexibly. There are many classic spots, the latest spots, and spots that make you want to go even in the rain. Please make it memorable and enjoyable, even on a rainy day.
5 Museum Facilities Perfect for Sightseeing on Rainy Days
Living Museum Nifrel
Speaking of going out on a rainy day, it’s an aquarium. Nifrel in Expo City, Suita City, Osaka Prefecture, differs slightly from ordinary aquariums.
Under the theme of “living museum,” we are exhibiting according to the characteristics of the creatures, not the types. Not only fish and creatures that live in water but also birds, monkeys, and white tigers are among the members.
Let’s enjoy learning about living creatures.
The world’s largest aquarium, Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, is recommended for people who have plans all day long due to rain.
Although it is an indoor facility, you can see the fish swimming in the magnificent aquarium, which is 9m high. .. There are many exciting gimmicks, such as the area where jellyfish shine like stars in the Kaigetsu Galaxy’s darkness and the animals’ mealtime.
Cup Noodle Museum Osaka Ikeda
At the Cup Noodle Museum, run by the Osaka company Nissin, you can learn about Cup Noodles in various ways. There is a workshop where you can make chicken ramen by hand and a workshop where you can make your own original “Cup Noodle”, so it will be a memorable outing. You can also learn about the world’s instant noodles and the history of instant noodles.
Osaka Museum of Housing and Living
Osaka Museum of Housing and Living, located 2 stations from Umeda, is a museum where you can feel like you have returned to old Osaka. Even though it is indoors, the full-scale buildings and alleys of the Edo period are faithfully reproduced. You can go up to the inside of the room and pick up the exhibits to feel like you have slipped back in time. You can also rent a kimono for 200 yen. It is also popular with women and foreign tourists because it is free to take pictures.
Osaka Science Museum
You can appreciate the world’s largest planetarium at the Osaka Science Museum. You can enjoy a large planetarium with a capacity of 300 people while receiving explanations from professional staff. In addition to the planetarium, there are exhibitions in space and exhibitions where you can experience various sciences, so you will never get tired of it all day long.
Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library
Located in Nakanoshima, Osaka, this is a quaint library whose part of the building is designated a nationally important cultural property. With a retro look reminiscent of the Meiji era, it is perfect for quietly reading a book on a rainy day. Recommended for those who want to stay calm. There is also a fashionable cafe in the library. The interior is retro but sophisticated, and it is recommended to have a relaxing tea at the cafe.