Japan is a relatively small country but sometimes the regional differences can be night and day. Tokyo and Osaka, for example, can feel like completely different planet to the residents of each in terms of language and habits.
The following six places in Osaka are a good example of these differences. The names of each of these places could be dropped to a local in conversation without so much of a flinch. However, these same Osaka residents might be shocked to learn that people in Tokyo have no idea that such places exist.
In no particular order here are the six hidden (unless you live here!) gems of Osaka.