At Suita in Osaka,
Japan’s largest complex
Expocity is born on Nov. 19, 2015!

What is Expocity?

Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. will open EXPOCITY, one of Japan’s biggest large-scale, mixed-use complexes, located in the Expo ’70 Commemorative Park in Suita City, Osaka Prefecture, on Thursday, November 19, 2015.


EXPOCITY is located on a site spread out over approximately 172,000 ㎡ in front of Bampaku-kinen-koen Station on the Osaka Monorail close to central Osaka, and is a large-scale, mixed-use complex fusing entertainment and shopping centered around Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport EXPOCITY with eight large-scale entertainment facilities and 305 stores.

Expocity’s Concept

This facility presents unprecedented experiences and emotions with eight entertainment facilities including a museum, cinema complex and edutainment facility integrating education and entertainment all under the theme of “fusing the enjoyment of ‘playing, learning, and discovering.’”

LaLaport EXPOCITY will also assemble entertaining restaurants and interactive stores providing an extraordinary excitement and thrills never experienced before, while gathering shops ranging from the highly fashionable to those offering daily sundries to realize an elegant lifestyle.


8 Large-scale Entertainment Facilities

In 1970, the 45th year of the Showa period, Japan held Expo ’70, the first World Exposition in Asia, in Expo ’70 Commemorative Park under the theme of “Progress and Harmony for Mankind.”

45 years later, EXPOCITY is born anew.
Through the accumulation and fusion of entertainment and shopping, the area that held Expo ’70 will create a new community through a facility seeking to recall the enthusiasm and bustle experienced 45 years earlier.

The complex aims to become a world-class Japanese landmark that will attract people not only from the Kansai area, but the rest of Japan and throughout the world as a large-scale, mixed-use facility for people of all generations to spend an enjoyable time and a place for people to gather and interact.