Cup Noodle Museum Osaka Ikeda
CupNoodles Museum Osaka Ikeda (カップヌードルミュージアム 大阪池田) is a museum dedicated to instant noodles and Cup Noodles, as well as its creator and founder, Momofuku Ando. The museum is located in Ikeda in Osaka, and is located within walking distance of Ikeda Station on the Hankyu-Takarazuka Line.
Expo '70 Commemorative Park
Expo '70 Commemorative Stadium (万博記念競技場, Banpaku Kinen Kyōgi-jō), also called Osaka Expo '70 Stadium, is an athletics stadium located in the Expo Commemoration Park, the site of Expo '70, in the city of Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It has a capacity of around about 21,000.
The Tower of the Sun
The Tower of the Sun (太陽の塔, Taiyō no Tō) is a building created by Japanese artist Tarō Okamoto. It was known as the symbol of Expo '70 and currently is preserved and located in the Expo Commemoration Park in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
Nishinomiya Shrine (西宮神社, Nishinomiya jinja) is a Shinto shrine in Nishinomiya, Hyōgo, Japan. It is the head shrine of the Ebisu sect of Shinto, and it is said that there are about 3,500 shrines under it.
The Takarazuka Revue (Japanese: 宝塚歌劇団, Hepburn: Takarazuka Kagekidan) is a Japanese all-female musical theatre troupe based in Takarazuka, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. Women play all roles in lavish, Broadway-style productions of Western-style musicals and stories adapted from films, novels, shōjo manga, and Japanese folktales.
Osaka Science Museum
The Osaka Science Museum (大阪市立科学館, Ōsaka Shiritsu Kagakukan) is a science museum in Naka-no-shima, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan. The museum is located between the Dōjima River and the Tosabori River, above Osaka's subterranean National Museum of Art.
The National Museum of Art
The National Museum of Art, Osaka (国立国際美術館, Kokuritsu Kokusai Bijutsukan) is a subterranean Japanese art museum located on the island of Nakanoshima, located between the Dōjima River and the Tosabori River, about 10 minutes west of Higobashi Station in central Osaka. The official Japanese title of the museum translates as the "National Museum of International Art".
Nakayama-dera (中山寺 Nakayama-dera) is a Buddhist temple, in Takarazuka, Hyōgo, Japan. The Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage No.
National Museum of Ethnology
The National Museum of Ethnology (国立民族学博物館, Kokuritsu Minzoku-gaku Hakubutsukan) is one of the major museums in Japan. It is Japan's largest research institute in the academic disciplines of humanities and social sciences, which was established in 1974 and opened to the public in 1977.
Hattori Ryokuchi Park
Hattori Ryokuchi Park (服部緑地公園, Hattori Ryokuchi Kōen) is a large, hilly park in northern Osaka. It is most famous for its Open-Air Museum of Old Japanese Farmhouses, which contains examples of rural architecture from various parts of Japan.
Panasonic Stadium Suita
Panasonic Stadium Suita (パナソニックスタジアム吹田) is a stadium located in the city of Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It has a capacity of 39,694.
Satsukiyama Zoo (五月山動物園) is located at Satsukiyama Park, at the base of Mount Satsuki in Ikeda, Osaka, Japan, opened in April, 1957. The zoo is the municipal zoo of Ikeda.
Takarazuka Bow Hall
Takarazuka Vega Hall (宝塚ベガ・ホール) is a concert hall in Hyogo, Japan. It has hosted concerts by some of Japan's most successful musicians.
Redhorse Osaka Wheel
Redhorse Osaka Wheel is a 123-metre (404 ft) tall, 118. 3-metre (388 ft) diameter giant Ferris wheel at Expocity in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
Kwansei Gakuin University
Kwansei Gakuin University (関西学院大学, Kansei Gakuin Daigaku), colloquially known as Kangaku (関学), is a private, non-denominational Christian coeducational university in Japan. The university offers Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral degrees to around 25,000 students in almost 40 different disciplines across 11 undergraduate and 14 graduate programs.
Hirota Shrine (廣田神社, Hirota-jinja) is a Shinto shrine in Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The town's name, "Nishinomiya", means "shrine of the west", and the town is named for Hirota Shrine.
Amagasaki Castle was a 16th-century flatland type castle, in Amagasaki, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is now in ruins.
Umeda Art Theater
Umeda Arts Theater (梅田芸術劇場, Umeda Geijutsu Gekijō) is a Japanese theater located at Chayamachi Applause in Chayamachi, Kita-ku, Osaka, operated by Umeda Arts Theater Co. , Ltd.
The Yodokō Guest House was built as the summer villa for the well-to-do brewer of Sakura-Masamune sake, Tazaemon Yamamura, and is the only surviving Frank Lloyd Wright residence in Japan. The guest house was designed in 1918, and construction was completed in 1924.
Nishinomiya Kitayama Botanical Garden
The Kitayama Botanical Garden (北山緑化植物園, Kitayama Ryokka Shokubutsuen), sometimes called the Nigawa Botanical Garden, is a botanical garden located at 6-14-15 Nigawa-cho, Nishinomiya, Hyōgo, Japan. The garden is next to Kabutoyama Forest Park at Mount Kabutoyama, and contains a greenhouse, flower collections, and cherry trees.
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