History of Tsutenkaku
Originally built in 1912, Tsutenkaku is a symbol tower of Shin-Sekai (New World) area. The original tower was dismantled in 1943 due to a breakout of fire and world war. The current tower is a newly constructed tower, which was rebuilt on 1956, with a height of 64 meters.
Tsutenkaku was built with an influence of Paris’s Eiffel Tower. At night, the tower illuminates with various color.
Access to Tsutenkaku
JR West “Shin-Imamiya Station,” 10 minutes walk
Osaka Municipal Subway Brown Line “Ebisu-cho Station,” 3 minutes walk.
Nankai Railway “Shin-Imamiya Station” 10 minutes walk
Osaka Municipal Bus 48, 52, 80 “Chikatetsu Dobutsuen Mae,” 7 minutes walk.
Showa Park Shinsekai 30minutes/200yen Maximum 700yen (weekdays) 2000yen (weekends)
Times Shinsekai Ebisu 20minutes/330yen Maximum 700yen (weekdays) 2000yen (weekends)
Observation Tower Ticket Price: Adult 900yen Child 400yen