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Editable Vector Map of the Osaka Japan in SVG format.
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Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Osaka Japan vector map svg free

Osaka Japan vector map svg free

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Osaka, Japan, is a vibrant city with a rich cultural heritage and a blend of modern and traditional attractions. Here are some of the principal streets, roads, and city districts of Osaka:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Midosuji Boulevard
    • A major north-south street running through the heart of Osaka, connecting Umeda in the north to Namba in the south.
    • Known for its ginkgo trees, luxury boutiques, and offices.
  2. Shinsaibashi-suji
    • A famous shopping street that runs parallel to Midosuji, extending from Shinsaibashi to Namba.
    • Known for its shopping arcades, fashion stores, and vibrant atmosphere.
  3. Dotonbori Street
    • Located in the Namba district, it is one of Osaka’s most famous streets.
    • Known for its neon lights, bustling nightlife, and the iconic Glico running man sign.
  4. Sakaisuji Avenue
    • Runs parallel to Midosuji and is known for its business district, electronics shops, and traditional markets.
  5. Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street
    • The longest shopping street in Japan, stretching about 2.6 km.
    • Known for its variety of shops, restaurants, and traditional Japanese goods.

Principal Districts

  1. Umeda (Kita District)
    • A major commercial and business hub in northern Osaka.
    • Known for its skyscrapers, department stores, shopping malls, and Umeda Sky Building.
  2. Namba (Minami District)
    • A major entertainment and shopping district in southern Osaka.
    • Famous for its nightlife, street food, shopping streets like Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi, and landmarks like the Namba Parks complex.
  3. Shinsaibashi
    • Known for its covered shopping streets, luxury brand stores, and fashion boutiques.
    • Popular with both tourists and locals for shopping and dining.
  4. Tennoji
    • Known for its historic temples like Shitennoji, the Tennoji Park, and the Tennoji Zoo.
    • Home to the Abeno Harukas, the tallest skyscraper in Japan.
  5. Osaka Bay Area
    • Features attractions like Universal Studios Japan, Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, and Tempozan Ferris Wheel.
    • Known for its waterfront developments and entertainment options.
  6. Osaka Castle Area
    • Centered around the historic Osaka Castle, a major tourist attraction.
    • The surrounding park is popular for cherry blossom viewing in spring.
  7. Nakanoshima
    • An island in central Osaka, known for its museums, the Nakanoshima Park, and government buildings.
    • A cultural and administrative center with picturesque scenery.
  8. Nishinari
    • Known for its traditional atmosphere, budget accommodations, and Shinsekai district.
    • Home to Tsutenkaku Tower and a variety of unique local eateries.

These streets and districts encapsulate the essence of Osaka, offering a mix of shopping, entertainment, culture, and history.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.