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Shitennoji Shitennoji

Shitennoji

Built in 593 by Prince Shotoku. Shitennoji was Japan's first govermental temple, featuringa middle gate, a 5-story pagoda. a main hall and an auditorium arranged in straight line surrounded by corridors.

1.70km 15minutes on foot

Ikuno Korean town

Ikuno Korean town

This 300m arcade, which stretches from Tsuruhashi to Momodani station, is filled with the smell of Kimuchi and chijimi Korean supermarets, restaurants,and shops dealing in Korean national costumes line the arcade.

1.0km 8minutes on foot

Tsutenkaku

Tsutenkaku

Visitors to Tsutenkaku tower, which is one of the symbol of Osaka, are afforded a panoramic view of the city. It is said that visitors will have good luck if they rub the feet of the Biliken statue that is located there.

2.7km 10minutes by train

Osakajo

Osakajo

Construction of Osaka Castle commenced in 1583 by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, who aimed to unify Japan as a nation.

4.0km 8minutes by train

Aizen-san Aizen-san

Aizen-san

1.7km 20minutes on foot

Ikutama-jinjya

Ikutama-jinjya

The middle shrine and inner sanctuary of Ikutama shrine, which is mentioned in Japan's oldest remaining manuscripts, are covered by the same roof, making it unique in terms of construction among Japanese shirines.

2.0km 10minutes by train

 

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