List of tallest structures in Osaka Prefecture

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Osaka Prefecture is the third-most populated of Japan's 47 prefectures.[1] In Osaka, there are 37 buildings that stand taller than 150 metres (490 ft). Abeno Harukas, which was completed in 2014, is the tallest building in Osaka and in Japan at 300 metres (980 ft). Both rising 256 metres (840 ft), the Osaka Prefectural Government Sakishima Building and the Rinku Gate Tower Building, which were completed in 1995 and 1996 respectively, are the second-tallest buildings in the prefecture. The prefecture's third-tallest building is The Kitahama, which rises 55 stories and 252 metres (827 ft) in height. Overall, of the 25 tallest buildings in Japan, 4 are in Osaka Prefecture.[2]

Osaka has been the site of many skyscraper construction projects in recent years. Since 2010, 12 buildings rising higher than 150 metres (490 ft) have been completed. As of June 2015, three such buildings are under construction in the prefecture. Several other construction projects planned to exceed the height of 150 metres are proposed for the near future.

Tallest buildings[edit]

This lists ranks Osaka skyscrapers that stand at least 150 metres (490 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts.

Rank Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Coordinates Ward Notes
01.01 Abeno Harukas 300 (984) 60 2014 34°38′45.6″N 135°30′48.2″E / 34.646000°N 135.513389°E / 34.646000; 135.513389 (Abeno Harukas) Abeno Tallest building in Japan[3][4][5]
2= Osaka Prefectural Government Sakishima Building 256 (840) 55 1995 34°38′18″N 135°24′54″E / 34.63833°N 135.41500°E / 34.63833; 135.41500 (Osaka World Trade Center) Suminoe 3rd-tallest building in Japan[6][7][8]
2= Rinku Gate Tower 256 (840) 56 1996 34°24′40″N 135°18′0″E / 34.41111°N 135.30000°E / 34.41111; 135.30000 (Rinku Gate Tower) Izumisano 3rd-tallest building in Japan[9][10][11]
4 The Kitahama 209 (687) 54 2009 34°41′21″N 135°30′25.5″E / 34.68917°N 135.507083°E / 34.68917; 135.507083 (The Kitahama) Chūō Tallest all-residential building in Japan; 22nd-tallest building in Japan; Tallest building completed in Osaka in the 2000s[12][13][14]
5= Osaka Bay Tower 200 (656) 51 1993 34°40′9″N 135°27′40″E / 34.66917°N 135.46111°E / 34.66917; 135.46111 (Osaka Bay Tower) Minato 28th-tallest building in Japan[15][16][17]
5= X-Tower Osaka Bay 200 (657) 54 2006 34°40′6.5″N 135°27′37″E / 34.668472°N 135.46028°E / 34.668472; 135.46028 (X-Tower Osaka Bay) Minato 28th-tallest building in Japan[18][19][20]
Nanko Power Plant[A] 200 (656) Suminoe
7 Nakanoshima Festival Tower Nakanoshima Festival Tower Osaka Japan01.jpg 199 (653) 39 2012 34°41′36.7″N 135°29′48.3″E / 34.693528°N 135.496750°E / 34.693528; 135.496750 (Nakanoshima Festival Tower East) Kita [21][22][23]
8 Nakanoshima Festival Tower West NAKANOSHIMA FESTIVAL TOWER WEST.jpg 199 (654) 41 2017 34°41′36.7″N 135°29′43.5″E / 34.693528°N 135.495417°E / 34.693528; 135.495417 (Nakanoshima Festival Tower West) Kita [24][25][26]
9 KEPCO Headquarters 196 (641) 41 2004 34°41′34″N 135°29′33.5″E / 34.69278°N 135.492639°E / 34.69278; 135.492639 (KEPCO Headquarters) Kita 33rd-tallest building in Japan[27][28][29]
The Parkhouse Nakanoshima Tower 193 (633) 54 2017 34°41′19″N 135°29′7.2″E / 34.68861°N 135.485333°E / 34.68861; 135.485333 (The Parkhouse Nakanoshima Tower) Kita [30][31][32]
10= HERBIS Osaka 190 (622) 40 1997 34°41′55″N 135°29′34.5″E / 34.69861°N 135.492917°E / 34.69861; 135.492917 (HERBIS Osaka) Kita 42nd-tallest building in Japan[33][34][35]
10= Osaka Hibikino Machi - The Sanctus Tower 190 (622) 53 2015 34°40′43″N 135°29′40.5″E / 34.67861°N 135.494583°E / 34.67861; 135.494583 (Osaka Hibikino Machi - The Sanctus Tower) Nishi [36][37]
12 Umeda Hankyu Building 187 (614) 41 2010 34°42′9″N 135°29′56″E / 34.70250°N 135.49889°E / 34.70250; 135.49889 (Umeda Hankyu Building) Kita 47th-tallest building in Japan[38][39][40]
13 Grand Front Osaka Tower A Grand Front Osaka South Building.JPG 180 (589) 38 2013 34°42′15.6″N 135°29′41″E / 34.704333°N 135.49472°E / 34.704333; 135.49472 (Grand Front Osaka Tower A) Kita [41][42]
14= City Tower Nishi-Umeda 177 (582) 50 2007 34°42′0″N 135°29′8.5″E / 34.70000°N 135.485694°E / 34.70000; 135.485694 (City Tower Nishi-Umeda) Fukushima [43][44][45]
14= The Tower Osaka 177 (581) 50 2008 34°41′40″N 135°29′20.5″E / 34.69444°N 135.489028°E / 34.69444; 135.489028 (The Tower Osaka) Fukushima [46][47][48]
16 OAP Tower 176 (578) 39 1994 34°41′39.5″N 135°31′11.5″E / 34.694306°N 135.519861°E / 34.694306; 135.519861 (OAP Tower) Kita [49][50][51]
17= Breezé Tower 175 (574) 34 2008 34°41′55″N 135°29′38″E / 34.69861°N 135.49389°E / 34.69861; 135.49389 (Breezé Tower) Kita [52][53][54]
17= Grand Front Osaka South Tower B 175 (575) 38 2013 34°42′19.6″N 135°29′40″E / 34.705444°N 135.49444°E / 34.705444; 135.49444 (Grand Front Osaka South Tower B) Kita [55][56]
19 Grand Front Osaka Owner's Tower 174 (572) 48 2013 34°42′26″N 135°29′38.6″E / 34.70722°N 135.494056°E / 34.70722; 135.494056 (Grand Front Osaka Owner's Tower) Kita [57][58]
20 Umeda Sky Building 173 (568) 40 1993 34°42′19″N 135°29′23″E / 34.70528°N 135.48972°E / 34.70528; 135.48972 (Umeda Sky Building) Kita [59][60][61]
21 City Tower Osaka 170 (558) 50 2003 34°41′11″N 135°30′27″E / 34.68639°N 135.50750°E / 34.68639; 135.50750 (City Tower Osaka) Chūō [62][63][64]
22 ORC 200 Prio Tower 167 (549) 50 1992 34°40′10.7″N 135°27′34.7″E / 34.669639°N 135.459639°E / 34.669639; 135.459639 (ORC 200 Prio Tower) Minato [65][66][67]
23 The Senri Tower 164 (539) 50 2009 34°48′40″N 135°29′40″E / 34.81111°N 135.49444°E / 34.81111; 135.49444 (The Senri Tower) Toyonaka [68][69][70]
24 City Tower Grand Tennoji 162 (531) 43 2007 34°38′37.5″N 135°31′3″E / 34.643750°N 135.51750°E / 34.643750; 135.51750 (City Tower Grand Tennoji) Abeno [71][72][73]
25= Applause Tower 161 (529) 34 1992 34°42′31″N 135°29′54.5″E / 34.70861°N 135.498472°E / 34.70861; 135.498472 (Applause Tower Osaka) Kita [74][75][76]
25= Osaka Fukushima Tower 161 (527) 45 2011 34°41′35″N 135°28′52″E / 34.69306°N 135.48111°E / 34.69306; 135.48111 (Osaka Fukushima Tower) Fukushima [77][78][79]
27 Nakanoshima Dai Building 160 (525) 35 2009 34°41′34″N 135°29′33.5″E / 34.69278°N 135.492639°E / 34.69278; 135.492639 (Nakanoshima Dai Building) Kita [80][81][82]
28= Twin 21 MID Tower 157 (515) 38 1986 34°41′34″N 135°31′53.7″E / 34.69278°N 135.531583°E / 34.69278; 135.531583 (Twin 21 MID Tower) Chūō [83][84][85]
28= Twin 21 Panasonic Tower 157 (515) 38 1986 34°41′36″N 135°31′51″E / 34.69333°N 135.53083°E / 34.69333; 135.53083 (Twin 21 Panasonic Tower) Chūō [86][87][88]
28= OBP Castle Tower 157 (515) 38 1988 34°41′30″N 135°31′58″E / 34.69167°N 135.53278°E / 34.69167; 135.53278 (OBP Castle Tower) Chūō [89][90][91]
28= Crystal Tower 157 (514) 37 1990 34°41′31.7″N 135°31′43.5″E / 34.692139°N 135.528750°E / 34.692139; 135.528750 (Crystal Tower) Chūō [92][93][94]
32= Meiji-Yasuda Seimei Umeda Building 156 (511) 30 2000 34°41′55″N 135°29′29.5″E / 34.69861°N 135.491528°E / 34.69861; 135.491528 (Meiji-Yasuda Seimei Umeda Building) Kita [95][96][97]
32= City Tower Osaka Temma The River & Parks 156 (510) 45 2009 34°42′29″N 135°30′58.5″E / 34.70806°N 135.516250°E / 34.70806; 135.516250 (City Tower Osaka Temma The River & Parks) Kita [98][99]
32= Geo Tower Tenroku 156 (510) 44 2013 34°42′40.5″N 135°30′41.5″E / 34.711250°N 135.511528°E / 34.711250; 135.511528 (Geo Tower Tenroku) Kita [100][101]
35 The Namba Tower 155 (509) 46 2007 34°39′38.5″N 135°30′4.3″E / 34.660694°N 135.501194°E / 34.660694; 135.501194 (Namba Tower Residence) Naniwa [102][103][104]
36 Grand Front Osaka North Tower C 154 (505) 33 2013 34°42′23.6″N 135°29′40″E / 34.706556°N 135.49444°E / 34.706556; 135.49444 (Grand Front Osaka North Tower C) Kita [105]
37 Yodoyabashi Apple Tower Residence 152 (499) 46 2007 34°41′22″N 135°30′12″E / 34.68944°N 135.50333°E / 34.68944; 135.50333 (Yodoyabashi Apple Tower Residence) Chūō [106][107][108]
Osaka Metropolis Tower 152 (500) 46 2016 34°40′54.6″N 135°29′2.2″E / 34.681833°N 135.483944°E / 34.681833; 135.483944 (Osaka Metropolis Tower) Nishi [109]
38 D'Grafort Osaka N.Y. Tower Higobashi 151 (494) 46 2008 34°41′23.6″N 135°29′49.2″E / 34.689889°N 135.497000°E / 34.689889; 135.497000 (D'Grafort Osaka N.Y Tower Higobashi) Nishi [110][111][112]
39 Ōsaka Station North Gate Building 150 (492) 29 2011 34°42′9.5″N 135°29′39.3″E / 34.702639°N 135.494250°E / 34.702639; 135.494250 (JR Osaka Station North Building) Kita [113][114][115]

* Indicates buildings that are still under construction but have been topped out.
= Indicates buildings that have the same rank because they have the same height.

Tallest structures[edit]

This list ranks Osaka structures that stand at least 150 meters (492 feet) tall, based on standard height measurement. This height includes spires, architectural details and antenna masts.

Rank Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Coordinates Structure type Ward Notes
1 Nanko Power Plant 200 (656) 34°36′58.2″N 135°24′16.8″E / 34.616167°N 135.404667°E / 34.616167; 135.404667 (Nanko Power Plant) chimney Suminoe [116]
2 Tanagawa No.2 Power Plant 200 (656) 1977 34°19′23.5″N 135°7′47.7″E / 34.323194°N 135.129917°E / 34.323194; 135.129917 (Tanagawa No.2 Power Plant) chimney Misaki [117]
3 Dai Heiwa Kinen Tō 180 (591) 1970 34°30′6.8″N 135°35′9.6″E / 34.501889°N 135.586000°E / 34.501889; 135.586000 (Dai Heiwa Kinen Tō) cenotaph Tondabayashi
4 Tempozan Bridge
152 (499) 1990 34°39′30″N 135°26′2″E / 34.65833°N 135.43389°E / 34.65833; 135.43389 (Tempozan Bridge) cable-stayed bridge Minato [118]

Demolished or destroyed structures[edit]

Name Image Height
m (ft)
Year
built
Year
destroyed
Structure
type
Location Notes
Osaka Tower
160 (525) 1966 2009 radio tower Kita Dismantled[119]

Tallest under construction[edit]

This lists buildings that are under construction in Osaka and are planned to rise at least 150 metres (492 ft). Any buildings that have been topped out but are not completed are also included.

Name Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Ward Notes
Branz Tower Umeda Kita Project 168 (551) 50 2019 Kita Construction started in 2016
The Fine Tower Umeda Toyosaki 152 (497) 45 2019 Kita Construction started in 2016
Yodobashi Umeda Tower 150 (492) 34 2019 Kita Construction started in 2017

Timeline of tallest buildings[edit]

Osaka Obayashi Building

This is a list of buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Osaka.

Name Years as tallest Height
m (ft)
Floors Ward Notes
Osaka Obayashi Building 1973–1973 120 (393) 30 Chūō [120]
Osaka Kokusai Building 1973–1977 125 (410) 32 Chūō [121][122]
Hankyu Grand Building 1977–1979 127 (417) 32 Kita [123][124]
Osaka-Ekimae Daisan Building 1979–1986 132 (432) 34 Kita [125][126]
Twin 21 Towers 1986–1992 157 (515) 38 Chūō [127][128][129][130]
OBP Castle Tower 1986–1992 157 (515) 38 Chūō [131][132]
ORC 200 Prio Tower 1992–1993 167 (548) 50 Minato [133][134]
Osaka Bay Tower 1993–1995 200 (656) 51 Minato [135][136]
Osaka Prefectural Government Sakishima Building 1995–2014 256 (840) 55 Suminoe [137][138]
Abeno Harukas 2014–Present 300 (984) 60 Abeno [139]

Notes[edit]

A. ^ This structure is not a habitable building but is included in this list for comparative purposes. Per a ruling by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, freestanding observation towers, chimneys or masts are not considered to be buildings, as they are not fully habitable structures.

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