Electric Lady Land
The much-visited Ōsu Kannon temple traces its roots back to 1333. The temple, devoted to the Buddha of Compassion was moved to its...
Nagoya City Science Museum
This spanking new hands-on museum claims the world's largest dome-screen planetarium with some seriously out of this world projection...
This trendy cafe is a sweet spot to chill over a coffee, cake or cocktail. Artsy folk come to people watch.
This spotless new branch of a popular gyōza chain is in a great location opposite Ōsu Kannon. Set meals are excellent value including...
2-10-43 Ōsu · interesting places nearby
Electric Lady Land information
An intimate live venue showcasing the underground music scene in a cool, postindustrial setting. Nationally known bands play the 1st-floor hall, while up-and-coming acts have the smaller 3rd.