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Osaka Area Guide

Osaka’s population is third place after Tokyo, Kanagawa. The area is second smallest prefecture. Before to the construction of Kansai International Airport, Osaka was the smallest prefecture in Japan. The artificial island on which the airport was built added enough area to make it slightly larger than Kagawa Prefecture.
The west is open to Osaka Bay. The Yodo and Yamato Rivers flow through the prefecture.
There is big difference culture between Tokyo and Osaka, about food culture, dialect.
There are many electrical, chemical, pharmaceutical, heavy industry, food, and housing companies in Osaka Prefecture.
Many companies set headquarter in Osaka, Panasonic, Sharp, Nissin Foods Holdings, Ezaki Glico Company, Toray, Itochu Corporation and so on. Osaka is well-known as the capital of food. You should go Doton-bori for eating.
There is Universal studio Japan.
1-13-10, Sanshin Building 2A, Hatchobori, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan