[ US /oʊˈsɑkə/ ]
  1. port city on southern Honshu on Osaka Bay; a commercial and industrial center of Japan
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  • A beautiful eki-ben (means an obento purchased at the train station) on the Shinkansen (bullet train) to Nagoya from Osaka, Japan. Archive 2008-07-01
  • The clusters of buildings became older and more weather-worn the closer we got to Osaka.
  • Among the 440 cable radio stations available to condo owners in one section of Osaka are those broadcasting traditional street vendor cries, buzzing cicadas and Buddhist sutras.
  • “Especially when it comes to women’s position in society, this is still a developing country,” says Osaka assemblywoman Kanako Otsuji. Kickboxing Geishas
  • Anyway, you can always spot a person from Osaka as they always make bad jokes apparently - the jokers of Japan, a bit like the way that all Scousers are funny in the UK.
  • Osaka prints are with a few exceptions of bijin prints exclusively designs of actors and kabuki scenes.
  • Of course, it's through this sort of tribulation that one becomes wise oneself, and while the Nü-Freds are no less dorky for their travels they're certainly a bit more worldly, so their bike messenger friend who's been living in Osaka Japan is apparently importing its lifestyle messengers now throws them an "alleycat," which is the fixed-gear equivalent of getting a Bar-Mitzvah: Hacking Away: Epic Schemes and Epic Rides
  • Osaka's decline is evident in the local prefectural office, a grand stone building with grimy linoleum floor coverings.
  • But the incoming mayor, formerly governor of Osaka prefecture, has tools to ratchet up the pressure: Osaka, Japan's third-biggest city, is both the largest city in Kansai Electric's service area and the utility's biggest shareholder, with a stake of about 9% as of March 31. Nuclear Conflict: Utility, Mayor Face Off in Japan
  • But since the War exhibitions have been held at Brussels, Montreal and Osaka by wealthy nations, celebrating their achievements.
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