My present Osaka visit confirmed further that it is my most favorite city on the planet. All the while, I thought I have been to all its best places to go to. But I was at awe when I and my family visited the top of Abeno Harukas, the tallest building in Japan. Abeno Harukas is the newest landmark in this part of Nippon country for it just opened in March/April of 2014.
The top three atrium cum observatory floors of the building is called Harukas 300 which offers the sweeping view of the whole Osaka metropolis. The lower floors houses a five star hotel, a magnificent museum, high-end offices and a humongous shopping mall.
The view at Harukas 300 floors are so wonderful, it is hard to find words to fully describe it. The whole panoramic sight will make your heart beat faster and makes you realize how huge Osaka is and how spectacular Japanese architectural advancement is.
It is surprising to note that the observation deck vicinity was actually very relaxing considering that it is so modern and top of the class. The coffee shop at the 58th floor was a good add-on facility for people who would like to unwind and let time pass by while enjoying a spectacular view of the city.
Harukas 300 is indeed a new iconic landmark in cosmopolitan Osaka.