Suita, Osaka

Suita (Japanese吹 田 市, - shi) is a city in Japan in the northern prefecture of Osaka.


The city was founded on April 1, 1940.

Education and Culture

The city has three universities:

  • Kansai University
  • University of Osaka
  • Gakuin University Osaka

In the following Suita museums are located:

  • National Ethnology Museum (国立 民族 学 博物馆, Kokuritsu minzokugaku Hakubutsukan, Eng. National Museum of Ethnology )
  • Institute for International Youth Literature, Osaka Prefecture (大阪 府 立 国际 児 童 文学 馆, Osaka Furitsu kokusai jidōbungakukan, Eng. International Institute for Children's Literature, Osaka )
  • Japan Folk Crafts Museum, Osaka (大阪 日本 民 芸 馆, Osaka Nihon Mingeikan, Eng. Folk crafts museum The Japan Osaka)
  • Kansai University Museum
  • City ​​Museum

With the 2007 Expo closed country, the city had one of the major theme parks in Japan.


Suita is the home of the football club Gamba Osaka.


  • Train: JR Tōkaidō Main Line
  • Senri Hankyu Line
  • Street: Chugoku highway
  • Meishin highway
  • National Road 423.476

Sons and daughters of the town

  • UA (singer and actress)

Adjacent Cities and Towns

  • Osaka
  • Toyonaka
  • Ibaraki
  • Mino
  • Settsu