Osaka Castle (大坂城 or 大阪城, Ōsaka-jō) is a Japanese castle in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. The castle is one of Japan's most famous landmarks and it played a major role in the unification of Japan during the sixteenth century of the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
Osaka Museum of History
Osaka Museum of History (大阪歴史博物館, Ōsaka Rekishi Hakubutsukan) opened in Chūō-ku, Ōsaka, Japan in 2001. The project architects were César Pelli & Associates and Nihon Sekkei.
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 Nakanoshima Park (中之島公園 Nakanoshima kōen) is the first public park opened by Osaka in 1891, after its foundation as a city. It is located in Kita ward, on the Nakanoshima (中之島) sandbank, lying between Dōjima and Tosabori Rivers.
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.
Hirakata Park (ひらかたパーク, Hirakata Pāku) is an amusement park in Hirakata, Osaka, Japan, nicknamed "Hirapah". The park is managed by Keihan Leisure Service and is located on the Keihan line at Hirakata-kōen Station (枚方公園駅).
Iwashimizu Hachimangū (石清水八幡宮) is a Shinto shrine in the city of Yawata in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.
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".
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.
Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library
Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library (大阪府立中之島図書館, Ōsaka Furitsu Nakanoshima Toshokan) is a major library in the Nakanoshima section of Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It was established in 1904; and is today one of two libraries which are supported by the Osaka Prefectural government.
Osaka Castle Park
Osaka Castle Park (大阪城公園, Osaka-Jō-Kōen) is a public urban park and historical site situated at Osaka-Jō in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. It lies on the south of the Ōkawa (Kyū-Yodo River) and occupies a large area in the center of the city of Osaka.
Tekijuku (適塾) was a school established in Senba (船場), Osaka, the main trading route between Nagasaki and Edo in 1838 during the Tenpō era of the late Edo period. Its founder was Ogata Kōan, a doctor and scholar of Dutch studies (Rangaku).
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.
Osaka Business Park
Osaka Business Park (大阪ビジネスパーク, Ōsaka Bijinesu Pāku, OBP) refers to a planned city surrounding Chūō-ku, Osaka.
Osaka-jō Hall (大阪城ホール, Ōsaka-jō Hōru) is a multi-purpose arena located in the Kyōbashi area of Osaka, Japan. The hall opened in 1983 and can seat up to 16,000 people.
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 Sakuya Konohana Kan (咲くやこの花館) is a botanical garden set within one of the world's largest greenhouses, located in Tsurumi Ryokuchi park at 2-163 Ryokuchi Koen, Tsurumi-ku, Osaka, Japan. It is open daily except Mondays; an admission fee is charged.
Sankō Shrine (三光神社, Sankō-jinja) is a Shinto shrine on a hill named Mt. Sanada (真田山, Sanada-yama) in Tennōji-ku, Osaka, Japan.
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