Highlights: Abeno Harukas is a 300-meter-high building in Tennoji, completed in 2014, and is now the tallest building in Japan. The building integrates various facilities such as department stores, hotels, restaurants, museums, observation decks, etc. It can be described as a comprehensive "three-dimensional city". The basement of the building is Kintetsu Osaka Abenobashi Station, which is also connected to Tennoji Station on the subway and Tennoji Station on the JR Line. From B2 to the 14th floor is the super-large Kintetsu Main Store, with a complete range of products, whether it is luxury goods or daily cosmetics. The art gallery on the 16th floor adds a bit of artistic flavor to this modern building with a reinforced concrete and glass curtain wall. From time to time, some modern and contemporary art exhibitions are displayed here, and you can slowly appreciate these masterpieces in a quiet environment. The 19th, 20th, 38th-55th and 57th floors are the floors of the Marriott Hotel, and both restaurants and guest rooms can enjoy the splendid street view of South Osaka. The observation deck Harukas300 on the 58th-60th floor can be described as the highlight of the whole building. The 58th floor is a restaurant, which provides some light meals, beer, drinks, etc. You can also choose a seat by the floor-to-ceiling windows and sit down with the open scenery in front of you. Dine. On the 59th floor is the exit of a special souvenir shop and viewing platform, where you can buy souvenirs limited to Abeno Harukas. The all-round viewing corridor on the 60th floor is the essence of the viewing platform. Walking along the fully transparent corridor, you can enjoy the scenery of the south, south, and northwest of Osaka.