Top 5 Popular Photo Shoot Locations in Osaka
1. Osaka Station
On the stairs of Osaka Station — Photo by GQ wedding photojournalism
A secret meeting in Osaka — Photo by GQ wedding photojournalism
This bustling station in Osaka provides a very modern feel for more mature photos. With so many shops and train lines within the station it can be fun to explore!
2. Universal Studios Japan
A playful shot in USJ — Photo by ohtaka photo studio
Many different backgrounds in Universal Studios Japan — Photo by ohtaka photo studio
Due to the various franchises included in the park, Universal Studios Japan offers different photo spots throughout. Some of the franchises include Spider-Man (Marvel Entertainment), Nintendo, Hello Kitty (Sanrio), Harry Potter and more iconic franchises.
3. Nagai Botanical Gardens
Beautiful cherry blossoms in the spring — Photo by Candy Decorations
A romantic spring photo shoot — Photo by Atelier Casha
This botanical garden takes up about 60 acres and is found within the Nagai Park. With different varieties of flowers like water lilies, plum blossoms, hellebores, peonies and more, there are beautiful backgrounds for every season.
4. Streets/ City
Down the streets right through the city — Photo by Studio TVB
Let's hit the road and go! — Photo by E-DETA FACTORY
The city of Osaka provides a nice blend of modern and traditional architecture, providing fascinating sites — and pictures! We recommend strolling through the city to find some spots that you would like!
5. Tsurumi Ryokuchi Park
With the cosmos — Photo by CLAIRE Bridal Studio
Known locally to have many different varieties of flowers within the park, 2600 species to be more precise, this park has an iconic windmill, perfect for pictures! The different flowers come from all over the world and are a real spectacle at all times of the year.
If you’re looking for the grandeur of Japanese architecture, or perhaps the tranquility of the many small shrines littered around everywhere, there’s no better place than Osaka. After your photoshoot, don't forget to treat yourself to some of their famous Takoyaki and Okonomiyaki!
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