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Osaka, Toyonaka intro. Suita is a city situated in the north of Osaka in Japan. The city has a good selection of Suita hotels and a monorail line connecting it with the city of Osaka. The city also has many excellent restaurants serving Japanese and international dishes. Suita is known for its universities and there are a number of fascinating museums in the city. The National Museum of Ethnology has many exhibits, and visitors can learn more about the way of life of Japanese people here. The exhibits include sections on farming, religion and urban development throughout Japan's history. There are many archaeological artefacts as well as film footage, photography and sound recordings on show. The museum is one of the largest research institutes in the world. The Japan Folk Crafts Museum is also worth a visit as it has over 17,000 folk craft items made by Japanese people as well as Chinese, Korean and African people. Kansai University Museum also has many archaeological and historical artefacts on display.
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