The beautiful building of Osaka City Central Public Hall with red brick walls and blue dome roof
Northern Osaka(Osaka Station・Umeda) area

The beautiful building of Osaka City Central Public Hall with red brick walls and blue dome roof

The beautiful collaboration of the building with the surrounding nature

Osaka City Central Public Hall is open to the public for cultural, art, and educational purposes.
The retro building with red bricks and white lines are popular among tourists along with the Osaka Castle.

The combination of classical and modern design

"NAKANOSHIMA SOCIAL EAT AWAKE" on the B1 floor provides you with modern-style Western dishes.
The interior of the restaurant beautifully emphasizes the design of the retro building.

Stylish souvenirs for gifts

There are stylish souvenirs available at the Public Hall Shop.
The shop's door was originally used for the entrance of the cafeteria when the hall was first built, allowing the visitors to feel first-hand the history of the building.

The historically important exhibits

At the exhibit room, you can learn about the history of Osaka City Central Public Hall.
The building is famous for Helen Keller and Yuri Gagarin to have given a lecture, and there are many historical items displayed in the room. (Free entrance)

The romantic illuminations

The hours for the illumination in the nighttime varies on seasons.
The illuminations gradually turn off from the lower floor to the upper floor, making the lightings further interesting.

Name of the facilityOsaka City Central Public Hall
Address1-1-27 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi
Nearest station5 minutes walk from Yodoyabashi Station (Midosuji Subway Line, Keihan Dentetsu Main Line), 3 minutes walk from Kitahama Station (Sakaisuji Subway Line), 1 minute walk from Naniwabashi Station (Keihan Nakanoshima Line)
Nearest bus stop5 minutes walk from Yodoyabashi (Shiyakusho-mae) bus stop (Osaka City Bus route 8,62, and 88)
Business hours9:30-21:30
Regular holiday4th Tuesday every month. (In case that day is a holiday, the next weekday after that will be the day of closure), New Years Holiday (12/28-1/4)
Admission feeFree exhibits available on the B1 floor. ※Guide tour available with additional fees and prior reservation.