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Introducing lots of awesome places in Umeda, Shinsaibashi, Namba, Dotonbori, and more. Experience the nightlife in Osaka.

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THE BURLESQUE

THE BURLESQUE is a real entertainment event which enchanting Osaka.

Chuo Area
CATS

Located on the 3rd floor of the same building as CIRCUS Osaka, CATS is a music bar equipped with VOID Acoustics speakers, the world’s highest sound system brand, as well as a DJ booth.

Minami Area
Aruyoru, Biru no Katasumide

Located in Namba, Nihonbashi, come and visit Japan's first cosplay lounge.

Minami Area
La Potcha Potcha

La Potcha Potcha is a bar/restaurant which offers HUGE portions of food, such as a fried chicken tower and a rice ball bigger than your head!

Minami Area
Relaxation Spa Velours

Please spend your luxury time in a luxurious space that imagined a hotel in Europe.

Kita Area
G2

Open until 7 am every day, drink, party and have fun until the sun comes up at G2!

Minami Area
Magic Bar Tejinaya Umeda

A magic show by magicians of international award-winning caliber.

Kita Area
Bambi

Attracting over 1,000 people, even on weekdays, this club is a premier night spot for younf people in Osaka.

Minami Area
M's Club

Enjoy playing at some of the world's most prestigious golf courses, all from the comfort of a bar!

Minami Area
Circus Osaka

Located in Amemura (American Village), Circus is a premier nightclub that also has a location in Tokyo.

Minami Area
JAZZ LIVE BAR GLOVER

Enjoy wonderful live performances with bar food and drinks on the top floor.
Kansai's famous musicians are here to play for your entertainment.

Chuo Area
Club Piccadilly Umeda Osaka

A first in Kansai! From the remains of a theater, Umeda Piccadilly was reborn as Japan’s finest theater-style entertainment venue, “Club Piccadilly Umeda Osaka.”

Kita Area

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