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Guidebook for Sumiyoshi-ku, Ōsaka-shi

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Guidebook for Sumiyoshi-ku, Ōsaka-shi

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Marui Hanten(まるい飯店)is famous among local people for gyoza or dumpling with minced pork and vegetable stuffing.Gyoza is originated in China (where they are called jiaozi), but have become a very popular dish in Japan. Only 3 munutes walk from here.
まるい飯店 大阪特上餃子製造直売所本店
Marui Hanten(まるい飯店)is famous among local people for gyoza or dumpling with minced pork and vegetable stuffing.Gyoza is originated in China (where they are called jiaozi), but have become a very popular dish in Japan. Only 3 munutes walk from here.
Ramen of this canteen is based on chicken soup.lIt's ight taste but very impresive, worth to try. Only 10 seconds walk from here.
ひろや
Ramen of this canteen is based on chicken soup.lIt's ight taste but very impresive, worth to try. Only 10 seconds walk from here.
SUKIYA is Japan’s leading Gyudon restaurant chain.A regular-sized Gyudon costs only JPY350. The price of set menu of Gyudon with side dishes such as Miso soup and green salad is about JPY500 to JPY700. Also, at SUKIYA, you can enjoy variety of popular Japanese meals; Gyudon, ginger pork bowl, rice and curry, and so on. These meals can be customized to guests’ individual preferences with variety of toppings including cheese and kimchi. SUKIYA provides breakfast sets at reasonable prices as well. We hope you’ll find and visit SUKIYA near your stay or places you visit. 5 minutes walk from here.
Sukiya Sumiyoshi Oriono
SUKIYA is Japan’s leading Gyudon restaurant chain.A regular-sized Gyudon costs only JPY350. The price of set menu of Gyudon with side dishes such as Miso soup and green salad is about JPY500 to JPY700. Also, at SUKIYA, you can enjoy variety of popular Japanese meals; Gyudon, ginger pork bowl, rice and curry, and so on. These meals can be customized to guests’ individual preferences with variety of toppings including cheese and kimchi. SUKIYA provides breakfast sets at reasonable prices as well. We hope you’ll find and visit SUKIYA near your stay or places you visit. 5 minutes walk from here.
This kushikatsu bar serves delicious kushikatsu or a dish of meat or vegetables that has been cut in mouthful portions, skewered, battered and deep fried. If you have the chance to come to Osaka, one thing you’ll want to try is the famous kushikatsu. But one thing to note is that there are some speci When eating kushikatsu, you dip it in a sauce. While it isn’t necessarily the case in all kushikatsu restaurants in Osaka, the sauce is usually shared between the customers, so for hygienic reasons, you aren’t supposed to dip kushikatsu that you have put in your mouth into the sauce. This is a rule you have to abide by. Only 1 minute walk from here.
味いちもんめ
This kushikatsu bar serves delicious kushikatsu or a dish of meat or vegetables that has been cut in mouthful portions, skewered, battered and deep fried. If you have the chance to come to Osaka, one thing you’ll want to try is the famous kushikatsu. But one thing to note is that there are some speci When eating kushikatsu, you dip it in a sauce. While it isn’t necessarily the case in all kushikatsu restaurants in Osaka, the sauce is usually shared between the customers, so for hygienic reasons, you aren’t supposed to dip kushikatsu that you have put in your mouth into the sauce. This is a rule you have to abide by. Only 1 minute walk from here.
If you don't want to eat out and are looking for a take away lunch, this shop is the most convenient and reasonable. You can choose your lunch from a variety of bento boxes. Only 2 minutes walk from here.
Hokka Hokka Tei
If you don't want to eat out and are looking for a take away lunch, this shop is the most convenient and reasonable. You can choose your lunch from a variety of bento boxes. Only 2 minutes walk from here.
This is one of the traditional unagi(eel) restaurant. The unaju consists of tasty, tender steamed unagi on rice, covered evenly in sauce. The recipe for the somewhat salty sauce has been passed down from generation to generation. Only 3minutes walk from here.
江戸焼鰻えとう
This is one of the traditional unagi(eel) restaurant. The unaju consists of tasty, tender steamed unagi on rice, covered evenly in sauce. The recipe for the somewhat salty sauce has been passed down from generation to generation. Only 3minutes walk from here.
Yakumido Curry & Rice is an excellent tiny curry restaurant, great for vegetarians, superb service in perfect English. This small curry rice shop serves two types of dishes, a Veggie Curry and a slightly spicy Dote Curry. 1 minute walk from Hankai Line Imaike station. You can go straight from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here to Imaike station.
Curry Yakumido
Yakumido Curry & Rice is an excellent tiny curry restaurant, great for vegetarians, superb service in perfect English. This small curry rice shop serves two types of dishes, a Veggie Curry and a slightly spicy Dote Curry. 1 minute walk from Hankai Line Imaike station. You can go straight from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here to Imaike station.
It's a independently owned cafe. Good for breakfast, brunch, and tea time. 3 minutes walk from here.
カフェ・フルル
It's a independently owned cafe. Good for breakfast, brunch, and tea time. 3 minutes walk from here.
Azumasushi is a authenti sushi restaurant near Midosuji Line Abiko station. 10 minutes walk from here.
Azuma Sushi
Azumasushi is a authenti sushi restaurant near Midosuji Line Abiko station. 10 minutes walk from here.
Stylish and reasonable Japanese cuisine restaurant. 3 minutes walk from here.
和楽采彩 月
Stylish and reasonable Japanese cuisine restaurant. 3 minutes walk from here.
Katsumura is a restaurant for Katsudon. Katsudon (カツ丼) is a popular Japanese food, a bowl of rice topped with a deep-fried pork cutlet, egg, vegetables, and condiments. The dish takes its name from the Japanese words tonkatsu (for pork cutlet) and donburi (for rice bowl dish). 9 minutes walk from here.
かつむら
Katsumura is a restaurant for Katsudon. Katsudon (カツ丼) is a popular Japanese food, a bowl of rice topped with a deep-fried pork cutlet, egg, vegetables, and condiments. The dish takes its name from the Japanese words tonkatsu (for pork cutlet) and donburi (for rice bowl dish). 9 minutes walk from here.
Saizo is a restaurant for curry soup. 12 minutes walk from here.
幸象
Saizo is a restaurant for curry soup. 12 minutes walk from here.
This okonomiyaki specialist near the Dotombori Arcade is one of our favorite places to sample Osaka’s signature dish. It’s friendly, fast and the okonomiyaki is rich, filling and absolutely delicious. Recommended! 8 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Ajinoya
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This okonomiyaki specialist near the Dotombori Arcade is one of our favorite places to sample Osaka’s signature dish. It’s friendly, fast and the okonomiyaki is rich, filling and absolutely delicious. Recommended! 8 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
If you like Japanese curry and rice, you’ll love this simple and excellent shop at the south end of Amerika Mura. There are tons of great choices, including some vegetarian options. 13 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Shinsaibashi Madras 5 - curry / cafe
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If you like Japanese curry and rice, you’ll love this simple and excellent shop at the south end of Amerika Mura. There are tons of great choices, including some vegetarian options. 13 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
This rough and ready udon specialist in Umeda serves one of the best bowls of udon noodles in the city. It’s perfect for a casual lunch while exploring the area. Recommended! 1 minute walk from Midosuji Line Umeda station which is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
Kamatake Udon
This rough and ready udon specialist in Umeda serves one of the best bowls of udon noodles in the city. It’s perfect for a casual lunch while exploring the area. Recommended! 1 minute walk from Midosuji Line Umeda station which is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
This nationwide ramen chain is famous for its private booth seating, where you can enjoy their thick-soup and tasty ramen. The branch here in Dotombori is great for a quick and casual meal. Buy a ticket from the vending machine in front. 10 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Ichiran Ramen
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This nationwide ramen chain is famous for its private booth seating, where you can enjoy their thick-soup and tasty ramen. The branch here in Dotombori is great for a quick and casual meal. Buy a ticket from the vending machine in front. 10 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
This classic old soba and udon shop is a calm refuge among the chaos of the Dotombori Arcade. The noodles are merely average, but the setting is very nice. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Dotombori Imai honten
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This classic old soba and udon shop is a calm refuge among the chaos of the Dotombori Arcade. The noodles are merely average, but the setting is very nice. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Okonomiyaki Chitose is a small local restaurant specialized in the Osaka's soul food called "okonomiyaki". It is a savory pan-fried cake (also known as Japanese pancake). The batter basically consists of eggs, flour, shredded cabbage, and other ingredients such as seafood and meat are added. After being cooked on an iron pan, the sweet and savory sauce, mayo, and other items are topped on the okonomiyaki.
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Okonomiyaki Chitose
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Okonomiyaki Chitose is a small local restaurant specialized in the Osaka's soul food called "okonomiyaki". It is a savory pan-fried cake (also known as Japanese pancake). The batter basically consists of eggs, flour, shredded cabbage, and other ingredients such as seafood and meat are added. After being cooked on an iron pan, the sweet and savory sauce, mayo, and other items are topped on the okonomiyaki.
Sightseeing
Osaka's Sumiyoshi Taisha (Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine) is one of Japan's oldest shrines and known as a sacred place.. Founded in the 3rd century before the introduction of Buddhism, it displays a unique style of shrine architecture, called Sumiyoshi-zukuri, that is free of influence from the Asian mainland. Only two other shrine architecture styles are also considered purely Japanese: Shinmei-zukuri as seen at the Ise Shrines and Taisha-zukuri as seen at Izumo Taisha. 5 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Sumiyoshihigashi station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
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住吉大社
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Osaka's Sumiyoshi Taisha (Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine) is one of Japan's oldest shrines and known as a sacred place.. Founded in the 3rd century before the introduction of Buddhism, it displays a unique style of shrine architecture, called Sumiyoshi-zukuri, that is free of influence from the Asian mainland. Only two other shrine architecture styles are also considered purely Japanese: Shinmei-zukuri as seen at the Ise Shrines and Taisha-zukuri as seen at Izumo Taisha. 5 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Sumiyoshihigashi station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
The tomb of Emperor Nintoku is one of the three largest tombs in the world. The tomb of Emperor Nintoku was built in the middle of the fifth century. Although the tomb was undoubtedly dedicated to a person with the highest power in Japan at that time, there is no proof to acknowledge it as that of Emperor Nintoku. Archeologically, therefore, it is called in different ways such as Daisenryo or Daisenryo Kofun. But it is commonly known as the tomb of Emperor Nintoku. 6 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station. This station is 12 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
仁徳天皇陵
The tomb of Emperor Nintoku is one of the three largest tombs in the world. The tomb of Emperor Nintoku was built in the middle of the fifth century. Although the tomb was undoubtedly dedicated to a person with the highest power in Japan at that time, there is no proof to acknowledge it as that of Emperor Nintoku. Archeologically, therefore, it is called in different ways such as Daisenryo or Daisenryo Kofun. But it is commonly known as the tomb of Emperor Nintoku. 6 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station. This station is 12 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
One of the four major burial mounds that remain in Osaka (also Chausuyama in Tennoji-ku, Okachiyama in Ikuno-ku and Shotenyama in Abeno-ku), Tezukayama, created in the early 5th century, is oblong in the front and circular at the back. Situated on a plateau to the north of the ward, it is said to be the grave of Otomono Kanamura, a high-ranking official of a powerful clan in the service of the Yamato Imperial Court who lived in the vicinity. 1 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Tezukayama station. This station is 13 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
帝塚山古墳
One of the four major burial mounds that remain in Osaka (also Chausuyama in Tennoji-ku, Okachiyama in Ikuno-ku and Shotenyama in Abeno-ku), Tezukayama, created in the early 5th century, is oblong in the front and circular at the back. Situated on a plateau to the north of the ward, it is said to be the grave of Otomono Kanamura, a high-ranking official of a powerful clan in the service of the Yamato Imperial Court who lived in the vicinity. 1 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Tezukayama station. This station is 13 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
A subordinate shrine of Sumiyoshi Grand shrine and situated outside the grounds of its larger counterpart, Asazawa Shrine's deity is Ichikishimahime. Since olden times, the northern banks of the Hosoe River have been known as Asazawa Ono; there were many marshes in the area, which was known for its Rabbit-Ear Irises. Indeed, such was the popularity of the area, its praises are sung in Manyoshu, Japan's oldest collection of tanka poetry. Kakitsubata (Rabbit-Ear Iris) Park was restored in 1997. 8 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Sawanocho station. This station is 1 minute ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.”
浅澤社 本殿
A subordinate shrine of Sumiyoshi Grand shrine and situated outside the grounds of its larger counterpart, Asazawa Shrine's deity is Ichikishimahime. Since olden times, the northern banks of the Hosoe River have been known as Asazawa Ono; there were many marshes in the area, which was known for its Rabbit-Ear Irises. Indeed, such was the popularity of the area, its praises are sung in Manyoshu, Japan's oldest collection of tanka poetry. Kakitsubata (Rabbit-Ear Iris) Park was restored in 1997. 8 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Sawanocho station. This station is 1 minute ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.”
The god enshrined here is Sukunahikona. Ikune Shrine was a middle shrine of Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine in the Edo period, but ended the association in 1872, whereupon it became the official local shrine. It had formally belonged to the Sumiyoshi Shrine in the Edo era but later separated in the 5 th year of Meiji . It is said that the main shrine was donated by Yodogimi, and construction work was completed by Katsumoto Katagiri. 3 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Sumiyoshihigashi station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Okunotenjin Ikune Shrine
The god enshrined here is Sukunahikona. Ikune Shrine was a middle shrine of Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine in the Edo period, but ended the association in 1872, whereupon it became the official local shrine. It had formally belonged to the Sumiyoshi Shrine in the Edo era but later separated in the 5 th year of Meiji . It is said that the main shrine was donated by Yodogimi, and construction work was completed by Katsumoto Katagiri. 3 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Sumiyoshihigashi station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
This temple was founded in five hundred forty-six the year from now It is in the temples of Kanzeonbosatsu oldest in Japan. Kanzeonbosatsu is a Buddha of eight minutes one cun tall. The number of participants that are horde Mode to Setsubun amulet Dafa Association, which boasts a tradition of Japan's oldest current, Kana your miracle sensible "good luck amulet, Shogan fulfillment" as a "Kannon", as Guanyin Zong Motoyama, faith is becoming more and more popular beyond the hundred Yorozu Muryo is. 10 munutes walk from here.
あびこ観音寺
This temple was founded in five hundred forty-six the year from now It is in the temples of Kanzeonbosatsu oldest in Japan. Kanzeonbosatsu is a Buddha of eight minutes one cun tall. The number of participants that are horde Mode to Setsubun amulet Dafa Association, which boasts a tradition of Japan's oldest current, Kana your miracle sensible "good luck amulet, Shogan fulfillment" as a "Kannon", as Guanyin Zong Motoyama, faith is becoming more and more popular beyond the hundred Yorozu Muryo is. 10 munutes walk from here.
The top floor of the Sakai City Hall is a galleried lobby that provides a 360 degree panoramic view of the city from 80 meters above the ground. It's free of charge. The observation lobby is a popular spot from which you can see the Rokko Mountains, Kansai International Airport, Mt. Ikoma / Kongo, Osaka Castle, and so forth. Sakai, which is the site of a hidden history including one of the world’s three great imperial mausoleums, the Nintoku-ryo Tumulus (Daisen Tumulus), unfolds before your eyes. It is also a good place to relax over a cup of coffee. Sakai City Hall is 5 minutes walk from Nankaikoya line Sakaihigashi station. From Abikomae station to Sakaihigashi station is 10 minutes.
Observatory Lobby, Sakai City Hall
The top floor of the Sakai City Hall is a galleried lobby that provides a 360 degree panoramic view of the city from 80 meters above the ground. It's free of charge. The observation lobby is a popular spot from which you can see the Rokko Mountains, Kansai International Airport, Mt. Ikoma / Kongo, Osaka Castle, and so forth. Sakai, which is the site of a hidden history including one of the world’s three great imperial mausoleums, the Nintoku-ryo Tumulus (Daisen Tumulus), unfolds before your eyes. It is also a good place to relax over a cup of coffee. Sakai City Hall is 5 minutes walk from Nankaikoya line Sakaihigashi station. From Abikomae station to Sakaihigashi station is 10 minutes.
In (537-571) in the times of the Emperor Kinmei, we name here Bandai (shrike) and are informed Shinto shrine when we worshiped the foundation, Her Majesty Empress Jinguu. That, in going, we had Buddhist priest belonging to a Shinto shrine 48 temple, Shake 360, 800, Jinryo choho. It became detached palace of (1158), Iwashimizu Hachiman shrine in 1158 of the Emperor Goshirakawa and collected the worship of Imperial Court and Shogunate general public including powerful family, Ouchi of Kyushu that was feudal lord of Izumi country. It's 10 minutes walk from Nankaikoya line Mozuhachiman station. From Abikomae station to Mozuhachiman station is 11 minutes ride.
Mozuhachimangu
In (537-571) in the times of the Emperor Kinmei, we name here Bandai (shrike) and are informed Shinto shrine when we worshiped the foundation, Her Majesty Empress Jinguu. That, in going, we had Buddhist priest belonging to a Shinto shrine 48 temple, Shake 360, 800, Jinryo choho. It became detached palace of (1158), Iwashimizu Hachiman shrine in 1158 of the Emperor Goshirakawa and collected the worship of Imperial Court and Shogunate general public including powerful family, Ouchi of Kyushu that was feudal lord of Izumi country. It's 10 minutes walk from Nankaikoya line Mozuhachiman station. From Abikomae station to Mozuhachiman station is 11 minutes ride.
This keyhole-shaped kofun has a mound length of 146 m. It originally had several satellite tombs around it. Itasuke Kofun is thought to have been built in the early 5th century. In the mid-1950s the kofun was saved from demolition by a citizen-led campaign to preserve it. A helmet-shaped haniwa (earthenware sculpture) has been unearthed from this kofun, which became a symbol of Sakai City’s efforts to protect cultural properties. It's 10 minutes walk from JR Hanwa line Mozu station. From Abikocho station to Mozu station is 12 minutes ride.
Itasuke Kofun
This keyhole-shaped kofun has a mound length of 146 m. It originally had several satellite tombs around it. Itasuke Kofun is thought to have been built in the early 5th century. In the mid-1950s the kofun was saved from demolition by a citizen-led campaign to preserve it. A helmet-shaped haniwa (earthenware sculpture) has been unearthed from this kofun, which became a symbol of Sakai City’s efforts to protect cultural properties. It's 10 minutes walk from JR Hanwa line Mozu station. From Abikocho station to Mozu station is 12 minutes ride.
Gobyouyama Kofun shows the scale of the inner moat—many of the larger Kofun have lost their narrower outer moats. This grave site was once the okusha, or inner shrine sanctuary, for Mozu Hachiman Shrine. The Kofun were originally bare, but the forests were allowed to grow in part to help preserve the earthworks from erosion. It's 5 minutes walk from JR Hanwa line Mozu station. From Abikocho station to Mozu station is 12 minutes ride.
Gobyoyama Kofun
Gobyouyama Kofun shows the scale of the inner moat—many of the larger Kofun have lost their narrower outer moats. This grave site was once the okusha, or inner shrine sanctuary, for Mozu Hachiman Shrine. The Kofun were originally bare, but the forests were allowed to grow in part to help preserve the earthworks from erosion. It's 5 minutes walk from JR Hanwa line Mozu station. From Abikocho station to Mozu station is 12 minutes ride.
The name Nisanzai possibly derives from misasagi, which means a tomb of an emperor or empress. With a mound length of 300 m, Nisanzai Kofun is the seventh largest in the country. The square front section of its keyhole-shaped mound is widely flared, making it the most aesthetically pleasing kofun in Mozu Kofungun. It was originally accompanied by several satellite tombs that once existed in its surroundings. Nisanzai Kofun is the youngest tomb among large-scale keyhole kofun in Mozu and is dated to the late 5th century. It's 20 minutes walk from Nankai Koya line Nakamozu station. From Abikomae station. Abikomae station to Nakamozu station is 12 minutes ride.
土师御陵古坟
The name Nisanzai possibly derives from misasagi, which means a tomb of an emperor or empress. With a mound length of 300 m, Nisanzai Kofun is the seventh largest in the country. The square front section of its keyhole-shaped mound is widely flared, making it the most aesthetically pleasing kofun in Mozu Kofungun. It was originally accompanied by several satellite tombs that once existed in its surroundings. Nisanzai Kofun is the youngest tomb among large-scale keyhole kofun in Mozu and is dated to the late 5th century. It's 20 minutes walk from Nankai Koya line Nakamozu station. From Abikomae station. Abikomae station to Nakamozu station is 12 minutes ride.
Kurohime-yama Kofun is a keyhole-shaped tomb situated facing west and located between Sakai's Mozu and Furuichi Kofungun in the cities of Habikino and Fujiidera. The round rear part has a diameter of 67 meters, while the front part has a width of 64 meters. With a total length of 114 meters and a height of 11 meters, the tomb has a two-tier structure. Archeological surveys have revealed an area around the outer moat that was used for rituals and other functions. The Tomb was designated a national Historic Site in 1957. Take the Kintetsu bus from Nankai Koya Line Hatsushiba station and get off at the Shimokuroyamanishi stop.
黒姫山古墳
Kurohime-yama Kofun is a keyhole-shaped tomb situated facing west and located between Sakai's Mozu and Furuichi Kofungun in the cities of Habikino and Fujiidera. The round rear part has a diameter of 67 meters, while the front part has a width of 64 meters. With a total length of 114 meters and a height of 11 meters, the tomb has a two-tier structure. Archeological surveys have revealed an area around the outer moat that was used for rituals and other functions. The Tomb was designated a national Historic Site in 1957. Take the Kintetsu bus from Nankai Koya Line Hatsushiba station and get off at the Shimokuroyamanishi stop.
Myokokuji Temple was constructed in 1562. Legend has it that the giant cycad trees on the temple's grounds were once transplanted to Azuchi Castle in accordance with the wishes of Oda Nobunaga but were subsequently returned to Sakai as they cried nightly of their desire to return. The trees have been designated a Natural Monument. The temple is also famous as the site where 11 Tosa samurai committed ritual suicide following the Sakai Incident in 1868. 5 minutes walk from Hankai Line Myokokujimae station. 11 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Myokokuji
Myokokuji Temple was constructed in 1562. Legend has it that the giant cycad trees on the temple's grounds were once transplanted to Azuchi Castle in accordance with the wishes of Oda Nobunaga but were subsequently returned to Sakai as they cried nightly of their desire to return. The trees have been designated a Natural Monument. The temple is also famous as the site where 11 Tosa samurai committed ritual suicide following the Sakai Incident in 1868. 5 minutes walk from Hankai Line Myokokujimae station. 11 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Also known as Shochuzan Kakuoji Temple. Its founder Michimoto Kono, the head of a powerful Iyo family, converted to Buddhism under the monk Kakunyo and took the name Kakuo. Later head monk Kono Tetsunan introduced the writers Yosano Akiko and Yosano Tekkan, and there is a monument on the grounds with an inscribed poem commemorating Yosano Akiko. Every year a memorial service is observed on May 29, Akiko's birthday. 2 minutes walk from Hankai Line Shinmeicho station. 14 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Kakuoji
Also known as Shochuzan Kakuoji Temple. Its founder Michimoto Kono, the head of a powerful Iyo family, converted to Buddhism under the monk Kakunyo and took the name Kakuo. Later head monk Kono Tetsunan introduced the writers Yosano Akiko and Yosano Tekkan, and there is a monument on the grounds with an inscribed poem commemorating Yosano Akiko. Every year a memorial service is observed on May 29, Akiko's birthday. 2 minutes walk from Hankai Line Shinmeicho station. 14 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Sugawara shrine is said to have originated in a festival celebrating a wooden statue of Sugawara-no-Michizane found washed ashore on a Sakai beach. The shine is variously known as Tenjinsan and Ebessan. The shrine is also well known as a prime spot for watching fireflies in the summer, and its Sakuramon Gate has been designated an official cultural property by Osaka Prefecture. 3 minutes walk from Hankai Line Hanadaguchi station. Hanadaguchi station is 8 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here. 12 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Sugawara Shrine
Sugawara shrine is said to have originated in a festival celebrating a wooden statue of Sugawara-no-Michizane found washed ashore on a Sakai beach. The shine is variously known as Tenjinsan and Ebessan. The shrine is also well known as a prime spot for watching fireflies in the summer, and its Sakuramon Gate has been designated an official cultural property by Osaka Prefecture. 3 minutes walk from Hankai Line Hanadaguchi station. Hanadaguchi station is 8 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here. 12 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
The only shrine that conforms to the Engi Code in the old city of Sakai, Aguchi Shrine enshrines the gods of Shiotsuji-no-oji-no-kami,Susano-o-no-mikoto, and Ikutama-no-mikoto. In the year 746, the monk Gyoki built Nembutsuji Temple on the current shrine's grounds. In 806, the monk Kukai added a pagoda, and the temple came to be known as Otera Temple. The Otera Picture Scrolls, a collection of tanka poems composed by the emperor Fushimi, and the Yoshimitsu dagger have been designated Important Cultural Properties. 14 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Aguchi Shrine
The only shrine that conforms to the Engi Code in the old city of Sakai, Aguchi Shrine enshrines the gods of Shiotsuji-no-oji-no-kami,Susano-o-no-mikoto, and Ikutama-no-mikoto. In the year 746, the monk Gyoki built Nembutsuji Temple on the current shrine's grounds. In 806, the monk Kukai added a pagoda, and the temple came to be known as Otera Temple. The Otera Picture Scrolls, a collection of tanka poems composed by the emperor Fushimi, and the Yoshimitsu dagger have been designated Important Cultural Properties. 14 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Originally built by Miyoshi Chokei in 1557 and founded by Dairin Soto, the 90th head priest of Daitokuji Temple, Nanshuji Temple burned to the ground during the battle fought between Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu. It was rebuilt by Takuwan in 1617. On its grounds is a landscaped garden that has been designated a national scenic site, a pagoda built in memory of the Sen family, and the Jissoan teahouse. 2 minutes walk from Hankai Line Goryomae station. Goryomae station is 15 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
Nanshuji
Originally built by Miyoshi Chokei in 1557 and founded by Dairin Soto, the 90th head priest of Daitokuji Temple, Nanshuji Temple burned to the ground during the battle fought between Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu. It was rebuilt by Takuwan in 1617. On its grounds is a landscaped garden that has been designated a national scenic site, a pagoda built in memory of the Sen family, and the Jissoan teahouse. 2 minutes walk from Hankai Line Goryomae station. Goryomae station is 15 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
Founded by Tokushu Shiin during the Oei period (1394 to 1428), Daianji Temple features a main hall constructed entirely of cypress with an upper-level drawing room in the Japanese shosoin style. It was converted from an elegant private residence and houses sliding doors painted with scenes of cranes, pine trees, and wisteria that are believed to be the work of an early Edo period artist of the Kano School. The main hall and its wall paintings have been designated Important Cultural Properties. 7 minutes walk from Hankai Line Goryomae station. Goryomae station is 15 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
Daianji
Founded by Tokushu Shiin during the Oei period (1394 to 1428), Daianji Temple features a main hall constructed entirely of cypress with an upper-level drawing room in the Japanese shosoin style. It was converted from an elegant private residence and houses sliding doors painted with scenes of cranes, pine trees, and wisteria that are believed to be the work of an early Edo period artist of the Kano School. The main hall and its wall paintings have been designated Important Cultural Properties. 7 minutes walk from Hankai Line Goryomae station. Goryomae station is 15 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
Long ago when travelers' journeys would take them in an unlucky direction, they would first set out in a direction other than their intended one. Built as a place for such travelers to pray, Hochigai Shrine is unusual in all Japan. are given chimaki cakes wrapped in wild rice leaves. 7 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Hochigai Shrine
Long ago when travelers' journeys would take them in an unlucky direction, they would first set out in a direction other than their intended one. Built as a place for such travelers to pray, Hochigai Shrine is unusual in all Japan. are given chimaki cakes wrapped in wild rice leaves. 7 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
The most important shrine in ancient Izumi, Otori Shrine is notable for its otori-style inner shrine, which is typical of ancient Japanese Shinto architecture. It is said that the mythical hero Yamatotakeru-no-Mikoto turned into a white swan at his death and last stopped at the site of Otori Shrine, prompting people living nearby to build the shrine to worship white swans. The shrine's grounds, which extend over more than 50,000 square meters, are known as "Chikusa-no-Mori" due to the seemingly endless variety of tree species found there. The shrine's iris garden features 100,000 flowers and is also well known. 10 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Otori station.
Ōtori taisha
The most important shrine in ancient Izumi, Otori Shrine is notable for its otori-style inner shrine, which is typical of ancient Japanese Shinto architecture. It is said that the mythical hero Yamatotakeru-no-Mikoto turned into a white swan at his death and last stopped at the site of Otori Shrine, prompting people living nearby to build the shrine to worship white swans. The shrine's grounds, which extend over more than 50,000 square meters, are known as "Chikusa-no-Mori" due to the seemingly endless variety of tree species found there. The shrine's iris garden features 100,000 flowers and is also well known. 10 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Otori station.
Called the "Hachiman of Niwadani," Sakurai Shrine has dignified wood and white plaster walls that are considered to be a Kamakura period architectural style. It is the only structure in Sakai to have been designated an important national building. The Ko-odori dance, an Intangible Cultural Asset, is performed every year on the first Sunday in October. 22 minutes walk from Semboku Rapid Railway TogaMikita station. Change trains at Nakamozu station to Semboku Rapid Railway from Nankai koya Line. Nakamozu station is 13 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Sakurai Shrine
Called the "Hachiman of Niwadani," Sakurai Shrine has dignified wood and white plaster walls that are considered to be a Kamakura period architectural style. It is the only structure in Sakai to have been designated an important national building. The Ko-odori dance, an Intangible Cultural Asset, is performed every year on the first Sunday in October. 22 minutes walk from Semboku Rapid Railway TogaMikita station. Change trains at Nakamozu station to Semboku Rapid Railway from Nankai koya Line. Nakamozu station is 13 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Located in Kozen Park, Tajihayahime Shrine is known as the god of childbirth, marriage, and warding of evil. The main hall, which has been designated an Important Cultural Property, features distinctive curved gables in the manner of Muromachi-period architecture as well as rare and colorful carvings of praying mantises, abalone, and conches. The shrine is also famous for its Japanese apricot (ume) and cherry trees. Take the Nankai bus at Semboku Rapid Line Izumigaoka station and get off at the Miyayamadai-2cho stop.
Tajihayahime Shrine
Located in Kozen Park, Tajihayahime Shrine is known as the god of childbirth, marriage, and warding of evil. The main hall, which has been designated an Important Cultural Property, features distinctive curved gables in the manner of Muromachi-period architecture as well as rare and colorful carvings of praying mantises, abalone, and conches. The shrine is also famous for its Japanese apricot (ume) and cherry trees. Take the Nankai bus at Semboku Rapid Line Izumigaoka station and get off at the Miyayamadai-2cho stop.
The largest wooden structure in Sakai, the current main hall was rebuilt in 1825. It served as the offices of the Sakai prefectural government for a period of 10 years starting in 1871 and is also known as the "Northern Temple." 3 minutes walk from Hankai Line Shinmeicho station. Shinmeicho station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here. 13 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Honganji Sakaibetsuin
The largest wooden structure in Sakai, the current main hall was rebuilt in 1825. It served as the offices of the Sakai prefectural government for a period of 10 years starting in 1871 and is also known as the "Northern Temple." 3 minutes walk from Hankai Line Shinmeicho station. Shinmeicho station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here. 13 mminutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station. Sakaihigashi station is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Maruhoyama kofun is a national designated historic site. it's total length is about 87 meters close to the western side of the tomb of Emperor Nintoku. Maruhoyama kofun is 13 minutes walk from Nankai Koya line Sakaihigashi station. From Abikomae station to Sakaihigashi station is 10 minutes ride. Abikomae station is 4 minutes walk from here.
丸保山古墳(仁徳天皇陵陪塚へ号)
Maruhoyama kofun is a national designated historic site. it's total length is about 87 meters close to the western side of the tomb of Emperor Nintoku. Maruhoyama kofun is 13 minutes walk from Nankai Koya line Sakaihigashi station. From Abikomae station to Sakaihigashi station is 10 minutes ride. Abikomae station is 4 minutes walk from here.
Guwashobo Kofun is located in Daisen Park. It is 7 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station which is 12 mimutes ride from Abikocho station. JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station is 8 minutes walk from here.
Guwashobo Kofun
Guwashobo Kofun is located in Daisen Park. It is 7 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station which is 12 mimutes ride from Abikocho station. JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station is 8 minutes walk from here.
Kamiishizumisanzai Tumulus is the 3rd largest keyhole‐shaped tumulus in Japan. 10 mminutes walk from JR Hanwa Line uenoshiba station which is 17 minutes ride from Abikocho station. JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station is 8 minutes walk from here.
履中天皇百舌鳥耳原南陵
Kamiishizumisanzai Tumulus is the 3rd largest keyhole‐shaped tumulus in Japan. 10 mminutes walk from JR Hanwa Line uenoshiba station which is 17 minutes ride from Abikocho station. JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station is 8 minutes walk from here.
Chausuyama Kofun (Burial Mound) is in Tennoji Park. Standing southwest of Shitennoji, there is a theory that this Chausu-yama is a keyhole-shaped tomb of nearly 200 meters in length, built around the 5th century. 12 minutes walk from Nankai Line Imamiyaebisu station which is 16 minutes ride from Abikomae station. Nankai Koya line Abikomae station is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Chausuyama Kofun (Burial Mound) is in Tennoji Park. Standing southwest of Shitennoji, there is a theory that this Chausu-yama is a keyhole-shaped tomb of nearly 200 meters in length, built around the 5th century. 12 minutes walk from Nankai Line Imamiyaebisu station which is 16 minutes ride from Abikomae station. Nankai Koya line Abikomae station is 4 minutes walk from here.
Around 400 years ago , when Toyotomi Hideyoshi visited the Sumiyoshi Taisha shrine and Sakai, resting at the teahouse here, enjoying the tea ceremony and enjoying the scenery in the vicinity, so local people came to call this teahouse Tengachaya. The teahouse itself were burned down due to war damage, and now there are only a big camphor tree, a stonehouse, and a stone statue are remained. It was restored in 1987. 4 minutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Kishinosatotamade station. This station is 8 minutes rid from Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
天下茶屋跡
Around 400 years ago , when Toyotomi Hideyoshi visited the Sumiyoshi Taisha shrine and Sakai, resting at the teahouse here, enjoying the tea ceremony and enjoying the scenery in the vicinity, so local people came to call this teahouse Tengachaya. The teahouse itself were burned down due to war damage, and now there are only a big camphor tree, a stonehouse, and a stone statue are remained. It was restored in 1987. 4 minutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Kishinosatotamade station. This station is 8 minutes rid from Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
This ancient burial mound has been known as Okachiyama (Victory Hill) since 1615 when Tokugawa Hidetada, the second Tokugawa Shogun, held a banquet here in celebration of the fall of Osaka Castle and the victory of the Shogunate over the Toyotomi clan. Before that it was called Okayama. 14 minutes walk from JR Loop Line Momodani station which is 4 minutes ride from Tennoji station which is 9 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station.
御勝山古墳
This ancient burial mound has been known as Okachiyama (Victory Hill) since 1615 when Tokugawa Hidetada, the second Tokugawa Shogun, held a banquet here in celebration of the fall of Osaka Castle and the victory of the Shogunate over the Toyotomi clan. Before that it was called Okayama. 14 minutes walk from JR Loop Line Momodani station which is 4 minutes ride from Tennoji station which is 9 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station.
Nagayama kofun is located about 50m northwest of the Tomb of Emperor Nintoku, a keyhole-shaped tumulus of about 100 m in length. The mounds are built in two stages with fuki-ishi (stones covering the surface of a burial mound) and haniwa (clay images), and surrounded by a shield shaped moat. 13 minutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station which is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
永山古墳(仁徳天皇陵陪塚と号)
Nagayama kofun is located about 50m northwest of the Tomb of Emperor Nintoku, a keyhole-shaped tumulus of about 100 m in length. The mounds are built in two stages with fuki-ishi (stones covering the surface of a burial mound) and haniwa (clay images), and surrounded by a shield shaped moat. 13 minutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station which is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Mozu-Furuichi Kofungun consist of two tumulus clusters of Mozu and Furuichi built between the late 4th and early 6th centuries and have the largest kofun in Japan in scale and area. The Mozu cluster includes the Tomb of Emperor Nintoku, the largest single burial mound in the world, with a central tumulus 486 meters in length and a total length, comprising the surrounding moat and ramparts, of 840 meters. 6 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station. This station is 12 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
百舌鸟古坟群
Mozu-Furuichi Kofungun consist of two tumulus clusters of Mozu and Furuichi built between the late 4th and early 6th centuries and have the largest kofun in Japan in scale and area. The Mozu cluster includes the Tomb of Emperor Nintoku, the largest single burial mound in the world, with a central tumulus 486 meters in length and a total length, comprising the surrounding moat and ramparts, of 840 meters. 6 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station. This station is 12 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
In the beginning of the Meiji era, village oeople had used the tombstones to repair the embankment of Yamato River. In the event of the renovation of the river after the war, the Jizo statue appeared from the bottom of the river. The stone statue of Jizo, mixed with the tombstones, may have been used for embankment reinforcement. At that time, they moved the excavated Jizo statue to next of the White Dragon statue, and worshiped the many tombstones that are still buried and pray for souls of victims of flood. 11 minutes walk from here.
雲上地蔵尊
In the beginning of the Meiji era, village oeople had used the tombstones to repair the embankment of Yamato River. In the event of the renovation of the river after the war, the Jizo statue appeared from the bottom of the river. The stone statue of Jizo, mixed with the tombstones, may have been used for embankment reinforcement. At that time, they moved the excavated Jizo statue to next of the White Dragon statue, and worshiped the many tombstones that are still buried and pray for souls of victims of flood. 11 minutes walk from here.
The oldest officially administered temple in Japan, Shitennoji was built by Prince Shotoku, the great cultural hero of early Japanese history who at the age of sixteen successfully triumphed over the opposition and brought about the adoption of Buddhism in the country. 12 minutes walk from JR Shitennnoji station which is 10 minutes ride from JR Hanwa line Abikocho station. Abikocho station is 8 minutes walk from here.
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Shitennoji
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The oldest officially administered temple in Japan, Shitennoji was built by Prince Shotoku, the great cultural hero of early Japanese history who at the age of sixteen successfully triumphed over the opposition and brought about the adoption of Buddhism in the country. 12 minutes walk from JR Shitennnoji station which is 10 minutes ride from JR Hanwa line Abikocho station. Abikocho station is 8 minutes walk from here.
The year in which the temple was established is unknown. The main deity is the god of treasure, Bishamonten (also known as Vaisravans); it is said to have belonged to a temple in the area to the south of Gokurakuji called Enozusho (a settlement that existed in the Nara and Heian periods). The grounds of the temple contain a rather severe-looking stone lantern depicting the aforementioned deity. The lantern bears the mark of having been created in March 1336 and has been designated as an important cultural artifact. One theory holds that it was donated by Masashige Kusunoki, who was conceived after prayers offered at the Gokurakuji. Gokurakuji Temple is 8 minutes walk from here.
Gokurakuji
The year in which the temple was established is unknown. The main deity is the god of treasure, Bishamonten (also known as Vaisravans); it is said to have belonged to a temple in the area to the south of Gokurakuji called Enozusho (a settlement that existed in the Nara and Heian periods). The grounds of the temple contain a rather severe-looking stone lantern depicting the aforementioned deity. The lantern bears the mark of having been created in March 1336 and has been designated as an important cultural artifact. One theory holds that it was donated by Masashige Kusunoki, who was conceived after prayers offered at the Gokurakuji. Gokurakuji Temple is 8 minutes walk from here.
Hanzei was the son of Emperor Nintoku and Iwanohime. He was the brother of Emperor Richū; and this succession effectively by-passed Richū's two sons. No other details have survived.[ Emperor Hanzei mausoleum is 7 minutes from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station which is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Mausoleum of Emperor Hanzei
Hanzei was the son of Emperor Nintoku and Iwanohime. He was the brother of Emperor Richū; and this succession effectively by-passed Richū's two sons. No other details have survived.[ Emperor Hanzei mausoleum is 7 minutes from Nankai Koya Line Sakaihigashi station which is 5 minutes ride from Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Tsutenkaku is a symbol of Osaka that has appeared in many movies. It was built in 1912 as the symbol of Shin-Sekai (a new world). Its concept was very typical of Osaka: build a steel tower that looks like Eifel Tower on a building designed in the image of the Arch of Triumph. With a height of 64 m, it was the tallest structure in the East Asia at the time and named Tsutenkaku, meaning “Building leading to heaven,” by Fujisawa Nangaku, a Confucian in the early Meiji period. 3 minutes walk from Hankai Line Ebisu-cho station wich is 20 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
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Tsutenkaku is a symbol of Osaka that has appeared in many movies. It was built in 1912 as the symbol of Shin-Sekai (a new world). Its concept was very typical of Osaka: build a steel tower that looks like Eifel Tower on a building designed in the image of the Arch of Triumph. With a height of 64 m, it was the tallest structure in the East Asia at the time and named Tsutenkaku, meaning “Building leading to heaven,” by Fujisawa Nangaku, a Confucian in the early Meiji period. 3 minutes walk from Hankai Line Ebisu-cho station wich is 20 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
Shinsekai (新世界) is Osaka's "new world," a district that was developed before the war and then neglected in the decades afterwards. At the district's center stands Tsutenkaku Tower, the nostalgia evoking symbol of Shinsekai. 3 minutes walk from Ebisucho station which is 20 minutes ride from Hankai Line Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
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Shin-Sekai
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Shinsekai (新世界) is Osaka's "new world," a district that was developed before the war and then neglected in the decades afterwards. At the district's center stands Tsutenkaku Tower, the nostalgia evoking symbol of Shinsekai. 3 minutes walk from Ebisucho station which is 20 minutes ride from Hankai Line Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
Located around Namba Station, Minami (南, "South") is one of Osaka's two major city centers. It is the city's most famous entertainment district and offers abundant dining and shopping choices. Namba station is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Located around Namba Station, Minami (南, "South") is one of Osaka's two major city centers. It is the city's most famous entertainment district and offers abundant dining and shopping choices. Namba station is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Since ancient times, the Namba Yasaka Shrine has been the central place of worship in Namba for believers of Shinto, Japan’s indigenous, nature-worshipping religion that predates the arrival of Buddhism in the sixth century AD. 7 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Since ancient times, the Namba Yasaka Shrine has been the central place of worship in Namba for believers of Shinto, Japan’s indigenous, nature-worshipping religion that predates the arrival of Buddhism in the sixth century AD. 7 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
An area in Nipponbashi, Den Den Town is one of the largest shopping areas in Minami. But what sets it apart from other shopping streets like Midosuji is that it is famous for selling electric equipment; in fact, its name comes from ‘Denki no Machi’, which means ‘Electric Town’. 7 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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日本橋
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An area in Nipponbashi, Den Den Town is one of the largest shopping areas in Minami. But what sets it apart from other shopping streets like Midosuji is that it is famous for selling electric equipment; in fact, its name comes from ‘Denki no Machi’, which means ‘Electric Town’. 7 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Dating back to the 17th century, Hozen-ji is a Buddhist temple founded in the Edo period. It is located in Hozen-ji Yokocho, a small, narrow alleyway preserved in the style of the Edo period. Entering it is like stepping back in time, to the serene hush of a bygone era – a stark antithesis to the vibrant, eccentric atmosphere of nearby Dotonbori. In the temple there is a statue made of moss… or is it? This statue of Fudo-myo, the worshiped deity at Hozen-ji, is completely covered in moss, as visitors can pour water over it to receive its blessings. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
法善寺小巷 Hozenji Yokocho
Dating back to the 17th century, Hozen-ji is a Buddhist temple founded in the Edo period. It is located in Hozen-ji Yokocho, a small, narrow alleyway preserved in the style of the Edo period. Entering it is like stepping back in time, to the serene hush of a bygone era – a stark antithesis to the vibrant, eccentric atmosphere of nearby Dotonbori. In the temple there is a statue made of moss… or is it? This statue of Fudo-myo, the worshiped deity at Hozen-ji, is completely covered in moss, as visitors can pour water over it to receive its blessings. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Dotonbori is a large scale downtown along the south bank of the Dotonbori-gawa Canal. Osaka is known as the gastronomists' town, and thus the entire area of Dotonbori is thronged with an unbelievable number of restaurants and amusement facilities, and is dearly loved by the Osakaites. There are theaters that play traditional puppet shows Bunraku, storytellers' halls and other popular entertainment as well as a number of movie theaters. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Dotonbori is a large scale downtown along the south bank of the Dotonbori-gawa Canal. Osaka is known as the gastronomists' town, and thus the entire area of Dotonbori is thronged with an unbelievable number of restaurants and amusement facilities, and is dearly loved by the Osakaites. There are theaters that play traditional puppet shows Bunraku, storytellers' halls and other popular entertainment as well as a number of movie theaters. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Since the 1970s, America-Mura (America Village) has been a center of youth culture in Osaka. The streets are crammed with used clothing stores, miscellaneous goods shops, cafes, galleries and more. The area got its name from the import shops selling miscellaneous goods from America which were set up here around 30 years ago. Centered at Sankaku Koen (Triangle Park), America-Mura is always full of young people sporting unique fashions. There are performances and flea markets on weekends, which create a lively, fun atmosphere. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Since the 1970s, America-Mura (America Village) has been a center of youth culture in Osaka. The streets are crammed with used clothing stores, miscellaneous goods shops, cafes, galleries and more. The area got its name from the import shops selling miscellaneous goods from America which were set up here around 30 years ago. Centered at Sankaku Koen (Triangle Park), America-Mura is always full of young people sporting unique fashions. There are performances and flea markets on weekends, which create a lively, fun atmosphere. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Located at 1-chome Ousaka, Tennoji-ku. An old shrine enshrining Sukuna-hikona-no-kami and Sugawara-no-Michizane. In the 4th year of the Shotai Period (901), when Sugawara-no-Michizane was banished to Dazaifu, he was on his way to visit his aunt Kakuju-ni (a nun) in Domyoji Temple of Kawachi, and stopped by here to yasui, or rest. Back then, a village person who sympathized with Michizane gave him some okoshi (rice cake), and in return was presented with the family emblem of umebachi. 11 minutes walk from Imamiyaebisu station which is 16 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
Yasui Tenjin Shrine
Located at 1-chome Ousaka, Tennoji-ku. An old shrine enshrining Sukuna-hikona-no-kami and Sugawara-no-Michizane. In the 4th year of the Shotai Period (901), when Sugawara-no-Michizane was banished to Dazaifu, he was on his way to visit his aunt Kakuju-ni (a nun) in Domyoji Temple of Kawachi, and stopped by here to yasui, or rest. Back then, a village person who sympathized with Michizane gave him some okoshi (rice cake), and in return was presented with the family emblem of umebachi. 11 minutes walk from Imamiyaebisu station which is 16 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4minutes walk from here.
The northern part of Osaka City surrounding Umeda, Kita is widely regarded to be at the forefront of trends in fashion, amusement and art. Known as the "gateway to Kansai", the Ume-kita area is continually developing to maintain its reputation as a world-class commercial district. Umeda station is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
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The northern part of Osaka City surrounding Umeda, Kita is widely regarded to be at the forefront of trends in fashion, amusement and art. Known as the "gateway to Kansai", the Ume-kita area is continually developing to maintain its reputation as a world-class commercial district. Umeda station is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
The 173 meter tall building consists of two towers that are connected with each other by the "Floating Garden Observatory" on the 39th floor. The observatory offers great views of the city through its windows and from its open-air deck. In the basement, there is a restaurant floor that replicates a town of the early Showa Period, while offices occupy most other floors. 11 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
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The 173 meter tall building consists of two towers that are connected with each other by the "Floating Garden Observatory" on the 39th floor. The observatory offers great views of the city through its windows and from its open-air deck. In the basement, there is a restaurant floor that replicates a town of the early Showa Period, while offices occupy most other floors. 11 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
Osaka Tenmangu Shrine, founded in the 10th century, is one of the most important of hundreds of shrines across Japan that are devoted to the Shinto deity of scholarship, Sugawara Michizane. Osaka Tenmangu Shrine has been destroyed by fire a number of times during its history, and its current main hall (honden) and main gate date back to 1845. 5 minutes walk from Minamimorimachi Station. Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 11 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station 13 min (7 stops) ⇒ Minamimorimachi Station
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大阪天满宫
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Osaka Tenmangu Shrine, founded in the 10th century, is one of the most important of hundreds of shrines across Japan that are devoted to the Shinto deity of scholarship, Sugawara Michizane. Osaka Tenmangu Shrine has been destroyed by fire a number of times during its history, and its current main hall (honden) and main gate date back to 1845. 5 minutes walk from Minamimorimachi Station. Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 11 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station 13 min (7 stops) ⇒ Minamimorimachi Station
Kyocera Dome Osaka opened in March 1997 as a unique landmark of Nishi-ku, Osaka. It is not only the franchise stadium of the Orix Buffaloes, but also a multi-purpose dome for events, concerts and sports. There is a dome tour around the inside of the stadium (1,000yen for adults, confirm in advance for available dates); tour participants can see the bullpen where pitchers warm up, the bench, and more. 9 minutes walk from Osaka Loop Line Taisho Station. Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station 11 min (7 stops) ⇒ Shin-Imamiya Station 3 min (non-stop) ⇒ Osaka Loop Line Taisho Station
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Kyocera Dome Osaka
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Kyocera Dome Osaka opened in March 1997 as a unique landmark of Nishi-ku, Osaka. It is not only the franchise stadium of the Orix Buffaloes, but also a multi-purpose dome for events, concerts and sports. There is a dome tour around the inside of the stadium (1,000yen for adults, confirm in advance for available dates); tour participants can see the bullpen where pitchers warm up, the bench, and more. 9 minutes walk from Osaka Loop Line Taisho Station. Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station 11 min (7 stops) ⇒ Shin-Imamiya Station 3 min (non-stop) ⇒ Osaka Loop Line Taisho Station
Parks & Nature
Daisen Park is a huge park with many Kofun located in Sakai, Osaka. It is located on the south side of Nintoku Kofun. There is a large play ground, kids facilities, library, Japanese gardens and Kofun. It is chosen as one of 100 best parks with history. It is also popular Sakura spot in Sakai. There are 400 Sakura that bloom in April. Daisen Park is approximately 35 hectares in size, located between Daisenryo Kofun (said to be the tomb of Emperor Nintoku) and Kamiishizu Misanzai Kofun (said to be the tomb of Emperor Richu). 5 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station. This station is 12 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
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Daisen Park
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Daisen Park is a huge park with many Kofun located in Sakai, Osaka. It is located on the south side of Nintoku Kofun. There is a large play ground, kids facilities, library, Japanese gardens and Kofun. It is chosen as one of 100 best parks with history. It is also popular Sakura spot in Sakai. There are 400 Sakura that bloom in April. Daisen Park is approximately 35 hectares in size, located between Daisenryo Kofun (said to be the tomb of Emperor Nintoku) and Kamiishizu Misanzai Kofun (said to be the tomb of Emperor Richu). 5 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station. This station is 12 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
The 65.7 ha. Nagai Park has facilities for enjoying sports and the outdoors, including Nagai Stadium, the well-known venue for the Osaka International Ladies Marathon held every winter, and the 2002 FIFA World Cup preliminary games. The park has two athletic stadiums, ball game grounds, swimming pools, tennis courts, workout facilities, and a sports center for the disabled. 5 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Nagai station. This station is 1 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
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长居公园
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The 65.7 ha. Nagai Park has facilities for enjoying sports and the outdoors, including Nagai Stadium, the well-known venue for the Osaka International Ladies Marathon held every winter, and the 2002 FIFA World Cup preliminary games. The park has two athletic stadiums, ball game grounds, swimming pools, tennis courts, workout facilities, and a sports center for the disabled. 5 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Nagai station. This station is 1 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
The oldest park in Osaka, opened in the 6th year of the Meiji Era (1873). The park used to be a part of the premises of Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine; it retains the riding ground of the shrine, and the Shiokake-michi that runs east and west through the center of the park was formerly the front approach to the shrine. The Takatoro that stands in the area facing Route 26 is said to be Japan's oldest lighthouse. 1 minutes walk from Hankai Line Sumiyoshitoriimae station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Hankai Line Abikomichi station which is 10 minutes walk from here.
Sumiyoshi Park
The oldest park in Osaka, opened in the 6th year of the Meiji Era (1873). The park used to be a part of the premises of Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine; it retains the riding ground of the shrine, and the Shiokake-michi that runs east and west through the center of the park was formerly the front approach to the shrine. The Takatoro that stands in the area facing Route 26 is said to be Japan's oldest lighthouse. 1 minutes walk from Hankai Line Sumiyoshitoriimae station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Hankai Line Abikomichi station which is 10 minutes walk from here.
It is thought that the pond was created by damming an eroded valley in the Uemachi plateau. The Kumano Road sweeps over the plateau and past the western end of the pond. Mandaiike(Bandaiike) was used as an irrigation pond until the end of the Meiji era. Long ago, there were almost no houses in the area surrounding the pond, as the people were very afraid of a monster that was rumored to live in its waters. However, Prince Shotoku is said to have rid the lake of the beast by reading a Buddhist mandala chant, and thus the pond was called Mandala Pond. 5 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Tezukayama station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station.
Mandaiike Park
It is thought that the pond was created by damming an eroded valley in the Uemachi plateau. The Kumano Road sweeps over the plateau and past the western end of the pond. Mandaiike(Bandaiike) was used as an irrigation pond until the end of the Meiji era. Long ago, there were almost no houses in the area surrounding the pond, as the people were very afraid of a monster that was rumored to live in its waters. However, Prince Shotoku is said to have rid the lake of the beast by reading a Buddhist mandala chant, and thus the pond was called Mandala Pond. 5 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Tezukayama station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station.
Hamadera Park is one of the oldest parks in Osaka. this park was designated as a public park in 1873. Since then, while its beautiful pine groves have been carefully nurtured, new entertainment facilities, including a swimming pool with a giant slide and a rose garden, have been constructed one after another in this comprehensive park, making the park very popular with the public. 1 minute walk from Hankai Line Hamaderaekimae station. You can go straight from Abikomichi station to Hamaderaekimae station.
Hamadera Park
Hamadera Park is one of the oldest parks in Osaka. this park was designated as a public park in 1873. Since then, while its beautiful pine groves have been carefully nurtured, new entertainment facilities, including a swimming pool with a giant slide and a rose garden, have been constructed one after another in this comprehensive park, making the park very popular with the public. 1 minute walk from Hankai Line Hamaderaekimae station. You can go straight from Abikomichi station to Hamaderaekimae station.
The park, which was opened at the end of April 1998, is the second largest park in Sumiyoshi-ku. The grounds contain a sports field with facilities for night games; wonderfully relaxing grassed areas featuring trees, streams, and other water flows; and a promenade. There is a performance stage surrounded by a manmade pond in which many Rabbit-Ear Irises bloom. The park is a focal point for recreational and communal activities in the ward and draws all sorts of visitors from children to seniors. 20 minutes walk from here.
Asaka Central Park
The park, which was opened at the end of April 1998, is the second largest park in Sumiyoshi-ku. The grounds contain a sports field with facilities for night games; wonderfully relaxing grassed areas featuring trees, streams, and other water flows; and a promenade. There is a performance stage surrounded by a manmade pond in which many Rabbit-Ear Irises bloom. The park is a focal point for recreational and communal activities in the ward and draws all sorts of visitors from children to seniors. 20 minutes walk from here.
Tennoji Park is an urban oasis like New York's Central Park or Hyde Park in London. It was first opened in 1909 and has one of the most colorful histories of Osaka's parks. In 2015, it reopened with a wide open space with grass, futsal court, playland, restaurants and shops. It's also home to the Tennoji Zoological Gardens and the Osaka Municipal Museum of Art. 7 minutes walk from Tennoji station which is 13 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
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Tennoji Park
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Tennoji Park is an urban oasis like New York's Central Park or Hyde Park in London. It was first opened in 1909 and has one of the most colorful histories of Osaka's parks. In 2015, it reopened with a wide open space with grass, futsal court, playland, restaurants and shops. It's also home to the Tennoji Zoological Gardens and the Osaka Municipal Museum of Art. 7 minutes walk from Tennoji station which is 13 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
The construction of Osaka Castle (大阪城, Ōsakajō) started in 1583 on the former site of the Ishiyama Honganji Temple, which had been destroyed by Oda Nobunaga thirteen years earlier. Toyotomi Hideyoshi intended the castle to become the center of a new, unified Japan under Toyotomi rule. It was the largest castle at the time. Osaka Castle Park is 1 minute walk from Osaka Loop Line Morinomiya station. Abikocho Station(8 minutes walk from here) 14 min (5 stops) ↓ Tennōji Station Osaka Loop Line 9 min (5 stops) ↓ Morinomiya Station
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大阪城
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The construction of Osaka Castle (大阪城, Ōsakajō) started in 1583 on the former site of the Ishiyama Honganji Temple, which had been destroyed by Oda Nobunaga thirteen years earlier. Toyotomi Hideyoshi intended the castle to become the center of a new, unified Japan under Toyotomi rule. It was the largest castle at the time. Osaka Castle Park is 1 minute walk from Osaka Loop Line Morinomiya station. Abikocho Station(8 minutes walk from here) 14 min (5 stops) ↓ Tennōji Station Osaka Loop Line 9 min (5 stops) ↓ Morinomiya Station
It's a walking distance from Umeda. Large‐scale play equipment, open space with grass, and swimming pool are provided, downtown's oasis that always sounds cheers. 2 minutes walk from Ogimachi Station. Ogimachi Station is 14 minutes ride from Tengachaya Station which is 8 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Ogimachi Park
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It's a walking distance from Umeda. Large‐scale play equipment, open space with grass, and swimming pool are provided, downtown's oasis that always sounds cheers. 2 minutes walk from Ogimachi Station. Ogimachi Station is 14 minutes ride from Tengachaya Station which is 8 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Mt. Tempo is famous for the smallest mountain in Japan. And also, it's famous for a hidden spot where you can see beautiful cherry blossoms and pine trees at the park. 8 minutes walk from Chuo Line Osakako Station. Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 8 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station Sakaisuji Line 9 min (5 stops) ⇒ Sakaisuji Hommachi Station Chuo Line 12 min (6 stops) ⇒ Osakako Station
Tempozan Park
Mt. Tempo is famous for the smallest mountain in Japan. And also, it's famous for a hidden spot where you can see beautiful cherry blossoms and pine trees at the park. 8 minutes walk from Chuo Line Osakako Station. Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 8 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station Sakaisuji Line 9 min (5 stops) ⇒ Sakaisuji Hommachi Station Chuo Line 12 min (6 stops) ⇒ Osakako Station
Nakanoshima Park is a waterfront park nestled between the Dojimagawa and Tosaborigawa rivers. The park, about 1.5 km in length and 10.6 ha in area, is an urban oasis filled with greenery attracting a lot of citizens. Osaka's first public park, it was established in 1891, incorporating the city's first beer garden, and providing citizens with sophisticated recreation and relaxation opportunities, together with a cafe also built in the park. 9 minutes walk from Yodoyabashi Station which is 21 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
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Nakanoshima Rose Garden
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Nakanoshima Park is a waterfront park nestled between the Dojimagawa and Tosaborigawa rivers. The park, about 1.5 km in length and 10.6 ha in area, is an urban oasis filled with greenery attracting a lot of citizens. Osaka's first public park, it was established in 1891, incorporating the city's first beer garden, and providing citizens with sophisticated recreation and relaxation opportunities, together with a cafe also built in the park. 9 minutes walk from Yodoyabashi Station which is 21 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
Minoo Park (箕面公園) is a forested valley on the outskirts of Osaka, just north of the urban sprawl. During the fall, it is one of the best places in the Kansai Region to see the autumn colors in a natural setting, as opposed to the attractive fall foliage found at temples and gardens. Minoo Park's main hiking trail extends about three kilometers through a valley alongside the Minoo River. The trail begins near Hankyu Minoo Station and leads to the Minoo Waterfall. With a height of 33 meters, the waterfall is the park's main natural attraction. The park is 15 minutes walk from Hankyu Minoo Line. The waterfall is another 40 minutes walk away.
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明治之森箕面国定公园
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Minoo Park (箕面公園) is a forested valley on the outskirts of Osaka, just north of the urban sprawl. During the fall, it is one of the best places in the Kansai Region to see the autumn colors in a natural setting, as opposed to the attractive fall foliage found at temples and gardens. Minoo Park's main hiking trail extends about three kilometers through a valley alongside the Minoo River. The trail begins near Hankyu Minoo Station and leads to the Minoo Waterfall. With a height of 33 meters, the waterfall is the park's main natural attraction. The park is 15 minutes walk from Hankyu Minoo Line. The waterfall is another 40 minutes walk away.
Drinks & Nightlife
Kotetsu is a tipical japanese style pub called izakaya. An izakaya can best be described as a Japanese version of a pub serving tapas-style food to accompany drinks. They are usually casual, noisy places where local people head for fun, food and a laugh after work. If you want to experience local life in Japan, you should try it! Just 2minutes walk from here.
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Kotetsu is a tipical japanese style pub called izakaya. An izakaya can best be described as a Japanese version of a pub serving tapas-style food to accompany drinks. They are usually casual, noisy places where local people head for fun, food and a laugh after work. If you want to experience local life in Japan, you should try it! Just 2minutes walk from here.
Suemoto is a typical Japanese Izakaya, serves Japanese sake (Nihonshu),Japanese spirits (Shochu),Wines,Cocktails. 10 minutes walk from here.
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Suemoto is a typical Japanese Izakaya, serves Japanese sake (Nihonshu),Japanese spirits (Shochu),Wines,Cocktails. 10 minutes walk from here.
Shopping
100 yen shops are a type of discount store that sell a wide range of products for 108 yen (100 yen plus 8 percent consumption tax). This corresponds roughly to one US dollar, making these shops a great source for travelers and residents on a budget. Typically everything in the store costs 100 yen per item; however, they often sell smaller things, such as candy and snacks, in multiples of 2 or 3 for 100 yen. Some stores also sell selected items for more than 100 yen, which are usually priced in multiples of 100 yen. These items will be clearly marked, and, although more expensive, are usually still a good value for the price. The Daiso is 10 minutes walk from here.
Daiso
100 yen shops are a type of discount store that sell a wide range of products for 108 yen (100 yen plus 8 percent consumption tax). This corresponds roughly to one US dollar, making these shops a great source for travelers and residents on a budget. Typically everything in the store costs 100 yen per item; however, they often sell smaller things, such as candy and snacks, in multiples of 2 or 3 for 100 yen. Some stores also sell selected items for more than 100 yen, which are usually priced in multiples of 100 yen. These items will be clearly marked, and, although more expensive, are usually still a good value for the price. The Daiso is 10 minutes walk from here.
Drugstores stock a tremendous variety of daily necessities, including pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, cleaning products, and toiletries, as well as snacks and drinks. Many shops offer these items at discount prices. The prevalence and convenient location of outlets and their abundant product selection has made these stores a regular facet of life in Japan. this shop is only 4minutes walk from here.
Sun Drug Oriono
Drugstores stock a tremendous variety of daily necessities, including pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, cleaning products, and toiletries, as well as snacks and drinks. Many shops offer these items at discount prices. The prevalence and convenient location of outlets and their abundant product selection has made these stores a regular facet of life in Japan. this shop is only 4minutes walk from here.
Kohama Shopping Street is in Suminoe-ku, Osaka. It has a long history that stretches back to the Meiji Period. Within the span of one station, between Kohama Station on the Nankai Main Line and the Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, an exciting shopping street packed with a diverse range of shops and specially selected products. 2 minutes walk from Hankai Line Sumiyoshi station. Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here to Sumiyoshi station is 5 minutes rid. 10 minutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sumiyoshihigashi station. Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here to Sumiyoshihigashi station is 3 minutes ride.
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Kohama Shopping Street is in Suminoe-ku, Osaka. It has a long history that stretches back to the Meiji Period. Within the span of one station, between Kohama Station on the Nankai Main Line and the Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, an exciting shopping street packed with a diverse range of shops and specially selected products. 2 minutes walk from Hankai Line Sumiyoshi station. Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here to Sumiyoshi station is 5 minutes rid. 10 minutes walk from Nankai Koya Line Sumiyoshihigashi station. Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here to Sumiyoshihigashi station is 3 minutes ride.
Standing at 300 meters, Abeno Harukas in Osaka is the tallest skyscraper in Japan. The building stands on top of the Kintetsu Osaka Abenobashi Station and is conveniently located across from JR Tennoji Station. It houses a department store, an art museum, a hotel and an observation deck. 4 minutes walk from JR Tennoji station which is 10 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
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Standing at 300 meters, Abeno Harukas in Osaka is the tallest skyscraper in Japan. The building stands on top of the Kintetsu Osaka Abenobashi Station and is conveniently located across from JR Tennoji Station. It houses a department store, an art museum, a hotel and an observation deck. 4 minutes walk from JR Tennoji station which is 10 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
Shinsaibashi-suji, an undercover shopping avenue that is the heart of the Minami district. Shinsaibashi-suji has been Osaka’s most important shopping area for 400 years, with close to 200 shops lining this 600-meter street. From huge department stores like Daimaru and flagship Uniqlo clothing store, to small independent boutiques, there is something for every shopper and every wallet in this street. 12 minutes from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Shinsaibashisuji
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Shinsaibashi-suji, an undercover shopping avenue that is the heart of the Minami district. Shinsaibashi-suji has been Osaka’s most important shopping area for 400 years, with close to 200 shops lining this 600-meter street. From huge department stores like Daimaru and flagship Uniqlo clothing store, to small independent boutiques, there is something for every shopper and every wallet in this street. 12 minutes from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Namba Parks may be a shopping mall, but rather than the homogenous malls you will find elsewhere in Osaka and, indeed, the world, Namba Parks is a gorgeous piece of architectural work, designed to integrate nature and the metropolis. 2 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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难波公园
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Namba Parks may be a shopping mall, but rather than the homogenous malls you will find elsewhere in Osaka and, indeed, the world, Namba Parks is a gorgeous piece of architectural work, designed to integrate nature and the metropolis. 2 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
About five minutes’ walk southeast of Namba subway station (easily reached on foot from Dotombori), the covered shopping arcade known as Doguyasuji is Osaka’s kitchen and restaurant supply street. Here is where you’ll find that bizarre plastic food sample to bring home as a quirky gift, or a proper Japanese cooking knife, lacquer bowl or pair of chopsticks. Even if you don’t intend to buy, it’s great for a stroll. 8 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shotengai
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About five minutes’ walk southeast of Namba subway station (easily reached on foot from Dotombori), the covered shopping arcade known as Doguyasuji is Osaka’s kitchen and restaurant supply street. Here is where you’ll find that bizarre plastic food sample to bring home as a quirky gift, or a proper Japanese cooking knife, lacquer bowl or pair of chopsticks. Even if you don’t intend to buy, it’s great for a stroll. 8 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Osaka Station City was built at JR Osaka Station, creating a vibrant hub around this important transportation center. In 2013, Grand Front Osaka opened as one of the largest shopping centers in the country, as well as a center of information, with luxury hotels and high-rise apartment buildings. To go to Osaka Station from here, take train at JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station, change trains to Osaka Loop Line at Shin-Imamiya station, from Shin-Imamiya to Osaka is 14 minutes ride.
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大阪車站城
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Osaka Station City was built at JR Osaka Station, creating a vibrant hub around this important transportation center. In 2013, Grand Front Osaka opened as one of the largest shopping centers in the country, as well as a center of information, with luxury hotels and high-rise apartment buildings. To go to Osaka Station from here, take train at JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station, change trains to Osaka Loop Line at Shin-Imamiya station, from Shin-Imamiya to Osaka is 14 minutes ride.
Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street stretches approx. 2.6km north to south, and boasts of being the longest straight shopping street in Japan. Drop by here and there, invited by the smile at the storefront, and you will be filled up both in your stomach and heart. We suggest going there on the way to worship at Osaka Temmangu or to give your spirits a fillip on New Year’s Day! 2 minutes walk from Tenjinbashisuji-rokuchome Station. Tenjinbashisuji-rokuchome Station is 15 minutes ride from Tengachaya Station which is 8 minutes rid from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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天神橋筋商店街
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Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street stretches approx. 2.6km north to south, and boasts of being the longest straight shopping street in Japan. Drop by here and there, invited by the smile at the storefront, and you will be filled up both in your stomach and heart. We suggest going there on the way to worship at Osaka Temmangu or to give your spirits a fillip on New Year’s Day! 2 minutes walk from Tenjinbashisuji-rokuchome Station. Tenjinbashisuji-rokuchome Station is 15 minutes ride from Tengachaya Station which is 8 minutes rid from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
HEP FIVE is an Osaka Umeda landmark with a giant red Ferris wheel. HEP FIVE is a fountain of fashion in Kansai, with about 170 shops including various brand shops as well as restaurants, amusement centers, etc. With a Ferris wheel which offers a spectacular scenic view from the sky and the red whale objet d'art in the entrance atrium, we produce a space where visitors can enjoy themselves. 3 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
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HEP FIVE
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HEP FIVE is an Osaka Umeda landmark with a giant red Ferris wheel. HEP FIVE is a fountain of fashion in Kansai, with about 170 shops including various brand shops as well as restaurants, amusement centers, etc. With a Ferris wheel which offers a spectacular scenic view from the sky and the red whale objet d'art in the entrance atrium, we produce a space where visitors can enjoy themselves. 3 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
As an approach to Tsuyuno Tenjinsha Shrine, where the famous "Sonezaki Shinju (Love Suicide in Sonezaki)" took place. this shopping street has about 100 shops and restaurants of various sizes and serves as an arcade with friendly atmosphere in Umeda area in the Kita district of Osaka. 8 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
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As an approach to Tsuyuno Tenjinsha Shrine, where the famous "Sonezaki Shinju (Love Suicide in Sonezaki)" took place. this shopping street has about 100 shops and restaurants of various sizes and serves as an arcade with friendly atmosphere in Umeda area in the Kita district of Osaka. 8 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 minutes ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
Grand Front Osaka on the north side of Osaka Station has 266 shops and restaurants. 4 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
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Grand Front Osaka
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Grand Front Osaka on the north side of Osaka Station has 266 shops and restaurants. 4 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
Stretching under eastern Osaka Station of JR line east to west, EST offers shops for young women from teens to the late twenties. A glass-covered exterior and corridor creates a comfortable shopping space. Combined cafe-shops plus Japanese style restaurants make up the culinary offerings. Together with "HEP FIVE" across the street they create a commercial district. 3 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
EST
Stretching under eastern Osaka Station of JR line east to west, EST offers shops for young women from teens to the late twenties. A glass-covered exterior and corridor creates a comfortable shopping space. Combined cafe-shops plus Japanese style restaurants make up the culinary offerings. Together with "HEP FIVE" across the street they create a commercial district. 3 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
Yodobashi Camera is a popular discount store selling a huge range of electrical devices. 5 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
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Yodobashi Camera is a popular discount store selling a huge range of electrical devices. 5 minutes walk from Umeda Station which is 24 ride from Midosuji Line Abiko Station which is 15 minutes walk from here.
Adjacent to the Tempozan Giant Ferris Wheel is the attractive water-side Tempozan Marketplace, which consists of shops, restaurants, amusement establishments, and live concert/event halls. Inside the Marketplace is a gourmet theme park called Naniwa Kuishimbo Yokocho, an eatery park which brings together in a single venue a wide range of restaurants offering "takoyaki" octopus balls, curry, "okonomiyaki" and other Osaka specialties and delicacies. 8 minutes walk from Chuo Line Osakako Station. Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 8 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station Sakaisuji Line 9 min (5 stops) ⇒ Sakaisuji Hommachi Station Chuo Line 12 min (6 stops) ⇒ Osakako Station
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Tempozan Market Place
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Adjacent to the Tempozan Giant Ferris Wheel is the attractive water-side Tempozan Marketplace, which consists of shops, restaurants, amusement establishments, and live concert/event halls. Inside the Marketplace is a gourmet theme park called Naniwa Kuishimbo Yokocho, an eatery park which brings together in a single venue a wide range of restaurants offering "takoyaki" octopus balls, curry, "okonomiyaki" and other Osaka specialties and delicacies. 8 minutes walk from Chuo Line Osakako Station. Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 8 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station Sakaisuji Line 9 min (5 stops) ⇒ Sakaisuji Hommachi Station Chuo Line 12 min (6 stops) ⇒ Osakako Station
With about 270 shops selling fashion, gourmet food and daily goods, Namba Walk is a popular underground shopping in the center of Minami. It used to be called the "Town of Rainbow" until it was rennovated in 1994. The whole area is divided into three different zones. In addition to shops, Namba Walk offers arts, music, a mini waterfront, plus excellent access to Subway stations, Kansai International Airport and OCAT (Osaka City Air Terminal). 7 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Namba Walk
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With about 270 shops selling fashion, gourmet food and daily goods, Namba Walk is a popular underground shopping in the center of Minami. It used to be called the "Town of Rainbow" until it was rennovated in 1994. The whole area is divided into three different zones. In addition to shops, Namba Walk offers arts, music, a mini waterfront, plus excellent access to Subway stations, Kansai International Airport and OCAT (Osaka City Air Terminal). 7 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
The market has a total length of close to 600 meters with 170 shops, the vast majority of which specialize in the freshest and best quality meat, vegetables, eggs and other ingredients from around the country and abroad. Although well over half of total sales are for the business (professional chef) market, Kuromon Ichiba caters also to the general public. For more than 170 years, everyone from restaurant chefs to housewives have come here, drawn by the taste, freshness and variety of its products. 8 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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黑门市场
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The market has a total length of close to 600 meters with 170 shops, the vast majority of which specialize in the freshest and best quality meat, vegetables, eggs and other ingredients from around the country and abroad. Although well over half of total sales are for the business (professional chef) market, Kuromon Ichiba caters also to the general public. For more than 170 years, everyone from restaurant chefs to housewives have come here, drawn by the taste, freshness and variety of its products. 8 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
Arts & Culture
Tamade Shopping Street is not a big shopping area like shinsaibashi but you can get mostly everyday household appliances here. It has many wacky and retro shops. Locally owned businesses serve great food and have unique souvenirs. Super Tamade is a famous ceap supermarket among local is originated from this shopping street. 8 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Kishinosatotamade station. This station is 6 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
玉出本通商店街
Tamade Shopping Street is not a big shopping area like shinsaibashi but you can get mostly everyday household appliances here. It has many wacky and retro shops. Locally owned businesses serve great food and have unique souvenirs. Super Tamade is a famous ceap supermarket among local is originated from this shopping street. 8 minutes walk from Nankaikoya Line Kishinosatotamade station. This station is 6 minutes ride from Nankaikoya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
This house is one of the earliest works of Tadao Ando. The Row House in Sumiyoshi is better known on the nme Azuma House. This house is 2 minutes walk from Hankai Line Hosoigawa station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Hankai Line Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here. If you want walk, 20 minutes walk from here.
Row House, Tadao Ando
This house is one of the earliest works of Tadao Ando. The Row House in Sumiyoshi is better known on the nme Azuma House. This house is 2 minutes walk from Hankai Line Hosoigawa station. This station is 3 minutes ride from Hankai Line Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here. If you want walk, 20 minutes walk from here.
Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts, opened in May 1936, is located in Tennoji Park―situated at the Chausuyama corner, the site of the former residence of the Sumitomo family. If you walk along the dimly-lit passageway following the arrows, you will see colorful paintings and ceramics through pale glass. The museum preserves many important cultural properties, housing a collection of about 8,500 works of Japanese and Chinese Art. 8 minutes walk from JR Tennoji station which is 10 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
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大阪市立美术馆
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Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts, opened in May 1936, is located in Tennoji Park―situated at the Chausuyama corner, the site of the former residence of the Sumitomo family. If you walk along the dimly-lit passageway following the arrows, you will see colorful paintings and ceramics through pale glass. The museum preserves many important cultural properties, housing a collection of about 8,500 works of Japanese and Chinese Art. 8 minutes walk from JR Tennoji station which is 10 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
There is a house site where Sen no Rikyu who succeeded Wabicha(style of Japanese tea ceremony) was born and a Tsubai which was used regularly for tea ceremony next to Sakai Rishonomori. Sen no Rikyu was an influential master of the Tea Ceremony. Famed for his having developed the Way of Tea into an art form, as well as for his political connections and unexplained sudden, enforced suicide. The Ruins Of Sen no Rikyu's House is just 1 minute walk from Hankai Line Shukuin station which is 12 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
千利休屋敷跡
There is a house site where Sen no Rikyu who succeeded Wabicha(style of Japanese tea ceremony) was born and a Tsubai which was used regularly for tea ceremony next to Sakai Rishonomori. Sen no Rikyu was an influential master of the Tea Ceremony. Famed for his having developed the Way of Tea into an art form, as well as for his political connections and unexplained sudden, enforced suicide. The Ruins Of Sen no Rikyu's House is just 1 minute walk from Hankai Line Shukuin station which is 12 minutes ride from Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
1-minute-walk from Hankai Tramway Shukuin Station and it's only tram train left in Osaka. There is a monument of Yosano Akiko's birthmark and also a monument for her poem along the main road. She is known as a woman's poet and her poem "Midaregami" is known as well. Shukkuin station is 12 minutes ride from Hankai Line Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
与謝野晶子生家跡
1-minute-walk from Hankai Tramway Shukuin Station and it's only tram train left in Osaka. There is a monument of Yosano Akiko's birthmark and also a monument for her poem along the main road. She is known as a woman's poet and her poem "Midaregami" is known as well. Shukkuin station is 12 minutes ride from Hankai Line Abikomichi station which is 12 minutes walk from here.
Sakai City Cultural Hall is a unique facility that includes the Alphonse Mucha Museum and the Yosano Akiko Museum: beautiful pictures by Alphonse Mucha, a leading artist in the Art Nouveau movement, are displayed in the former and works of Akiko Yosano, a woman poet from Sakai, as well as related documents and materials, are exhibited in the latter. 3 minutes walk from Sakai-shi Sta. on the JR Hanwa Line. Sakai-shi Sta. is 8 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
Sakai Alphonse Mucha Museum (Sakaishiritsu Cultural Center)
Sakai City Cultural Hall is a unique facility that includes the Alphonse Mucha Museum and the Yosano Akiko Museum: beautiful pictures by Alphonse Mucha, a leading artist in the Art Nouveau movement, are displayed in the former and works of Akiko Yosano, a woman poet from Sakai, as well as related documents and materials, are exhibited in the latter. 3 minutes walk from Sakai-shi Sta. on the JR Hanwa Line. Sakai-shi Sta. is 8 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.
Bunraku is similar to kabuki but performed using meter tall puppets. The National Bunraku Theater is considered the nation's most prestigious, and in addition to shows offers free seminars throughout the year. English earphones are available. 12 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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国立文乐剧场
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Bunraku is similar to kabuki but performed using meter tall puppets. The National Bunraku Theater is considered the nation's most prestigious, and in addition to shows offers free seminars throughout the year. English earphones are available. 12 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
The Shochikuza Theater is the prime location to see kabuki performances in Osaka. It is a Western style theater that opened in 1923 and has a seating capacity of just over 1000. English headsets are unavailable at Shochizuka Theater, but English program books can be purchased at the information counter. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Osaka Shochikuza Theatre
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The Shochikuza Theater is the prime location to see kabuki performances in Osaka. It is a Western style theater that opened in 1923 and has a seating capacity of just over 1000. English headsets are unavailable at Shochizuka Theater, but English program books can be purchased at the information counter. 9 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
This museum is the only one in the world to have a permanent Kamigata Ukiyoe exhibit. Kamigata Ukiyoe are woodblock prints from the Kyoto/Osaka region that typically feature portraits of kabuki actors. The third floor of the building is dedicated to rice growing and the roof has been converted to a wild rice field. 8 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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Kamigata Ukiyoe Museum
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This museum is the only one in the world to have a permanent Kamigata Ukiyoe exhibit. Kamigata Ukiyoe are woodblock prints from the Kyoto/Osaka region that typically feature portraits of kabuki actors. The third floor of the building is dedicated to rice growing and the roof has been converted to a wild rice field. 8 minutes walk from Namba station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
The Mint Bureau, operated by Japan's Ministry of Finance, has branches in Tokyo and Hiroshima, but its head office is right in the historic commercial hub of Osaka on the banks of the Okawa River. Adjacent to the Mint Bureau is the remarkable Mint Museum, opened in 1971. Some 4,000 items are on exhibit here. 14 minutes walk from Sakaisuji Line Minamimorimachi Station. Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 8 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station 13 min (7 stops) ⇒ Sakaisuji Line Minamimorimachi Station
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Mint Museum
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The Mint Bureau, operated by Japan's Ministry of Finance, has branches in Tokyo and Hiroshima, but its head office is right in the historic commercial hub of Osaka on the banks of the Okawa River. Adjacent to the Mint Bureau is the remarkable Mint Museum, opened in 1971. Some 4,000 items are on exhibit here. 14 minutes walk from Sakaisuji Line Minamimorimachi Station. Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 8 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station 13 min (7 stops) ⇒ Sakaisuji Line Minamimorimachi Station
Namba Grand Kagetsu (NGK) Theater is the headquarters of Yoshimoto, a universal brand of Japanese comedy. Opened in 1987, this large-scale entertainment hall equipped with the latest theatrical innovations revolutionized the image of playhouses at the time. Ever since, it has been providing audiences with heartfelt laughter and good times. 3 minutes walk from Namba Station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
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难波豪华花月
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Namba Grand Kagetsu (NGK) Theater is the headquarters of Yoshimoto, a universal brand of Japanese comedy. Opened in 1987, this large-scale entertainment hall equipped with the latest theatrical innovations revolutionized the image of playhouses at the time. Ever since, it has been providing audiences with heartfelt laughter and good times. 3 minutes walk from Namba Station which is 17 minutes ride from Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station which is 4 minutes walk from here.
The National Art Museum of Osaka (国立国際美術館, Kokuritsu Kokusai Bijutsukan) occupies two underground floors on Nakanoshima Island in central Osaka. The museum focuses on Japanese and foreign contemporary art, with exhibitions from the museum collection and special exhibitions. 9 minutes walk from Yotsubashi Line Higobashi Station. Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 11 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station ⇒9 min walk⇒ Yotsubashi Line Kishinosato Station 11 min (6 stops) ⇒ Higobashi Station
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国立国际美术馆
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The National Art Museum of Osaka (国立国際美術館, Kokuritsu Kokusai Bijutsukan) occupies two underground floors on Nakanoshima Island in central Osaka. The museum focuses on Japanese and foreign contemporary art, with exhibitions from the museum collection and special exhibitions. 9 minutes walk from Yotsubashi Line Higobashi Station. Nankai Koya Line Abikomae Station(4 minutes walk from here) 11 min (5 stops) ⇒ Tengachaya Station ⇒9 min walk⇒ Yotsubashi Line Kishinosato Station 11 min (6 stops) ⇒ Higobashi Station
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