Osaka is Japan’s western city, famous for its comedians, street food, and Universal Studios. It’s a must-visit for people travelling between Tokyo and Hiroshima who want to see as many of Japan’s vibrant cities as possible. Though still a large city and one of the most famous in the country, Osaka is very different from Tokyo. Locals have a different dialect, eat different kinds of food, and pride themselves on being famously more open and friendly than their capital city counterparts. So what do locals like to get up to in the wild and friendly Osaka? Here are ten great things to do in this city that both visitors and locals love.