A serious question: what do you think about toilets at train stations?
Dark, dirty, stinky??
You wouldn’t use them if you didn’t have to, and you’d use them in a pinch because you have no choice?
Meet Osaka Metro’s toilets that will forever change your mind about public toilets.
> Articles: Welcome to Osaka Metro’s Toilets
Lockdown has been lifted in Osaka!!
We can’t travel far yet but I’m happy to be free from confinement and walk above ground along the subway line, with a mask on and 2 meters apart!> Articles: Walking Between Osaka Metro Stations: From Temmabashi to Minamimorimachi
Osaka is an exciting city, always bustling and filled with energy.
For now, though, the city remains quiet and still, and I miss walking around the vibrant Dotonbori buzzing with noise.
I want to show you cool spots around the city where you can take rare photos of Osaka! Let’s explore Osaka at home♪ > Osaka Finder!: Cool Spots, Cool Photos, With Osaka Metro☆
Early summer brings fresh green leaves and colorful flowers to the city. The comfortably dry weather before the arrival of the rainy season is perfect for enjoying nature.
But since we can’t see these flowers in person this spring, we’re bringing them to you to enjoy virtually! And, we found a flower that blooms in both spring and fall. Hopefully we can all see them together by next time it blooms. > Articles: Osaka’s Best Rose Gardens!
Are you itching to go outside on those warm sunny days?
But trying to stay put at home to keep everyone safe from coronavirus?
Since you can’t come to Osaka, we are going to bring Osaka to you via a series of travel photos from Osaka Metro! > E-mon Guide: The Best Views of Osaka on Osaka Metro: Classic Choices
Here’s the first of the new series that introduces the characteristics and charms of the 9 Osaka Metro lines as well as the interesting neighborhoods around them☆ > Osaka Finder!: Series Issue 1: The Yotsubashi Line
The meaning of Sakura is ‘spiritual beauty‘.
We hope we all get through the pandemic soon and see Sakura together in Osaka next year.
> Articles: Osaka’s Sakura Stories 2020