Tennouji Park is located , nearby the Tsutenkaku tower, the symbol of Osaka. The park has a number of attractions such as a Japanese garden, zoo, an art museum.
Keitakuen is hidden Japanese garden in Osaka. The landscaping is both calming and majestic at the same time. You can extend your visit to Tennouji Park
Shitennou-ji Temple, located in Osaka, is beautiful, historical buddhist architecture from the 6th and 7th centuries. It was founded in 593 by Prince Shotoku.
Imamiya Ebisu-jinja Shrine, located in Osaka, is known for “Ebessan” , the god of commerce. Tradition has it that when the prince Shotoku-taishi built
Final preparations are underway for this year’s festival which takes place on July 6, 7th and 8th: Shitennouji temple’s workers are building the bamboo tunnel
This path in the middle of the city takes you up and down a series of historical slopes and leads you through all kinds of temples and other interesting sites.
Manto-in is believed to house a god who can cure illness. You pray in a different way there – hyakudomairi “百度参り”. Hyaku means one hundred.
If you fancy a coffee after all your Tennouji area sightseeing, how about getting some fresh air at the same time! You can also take a selfie with Harukas.
通天閣の天気予報。 白が晴れ 赤が曇り………..
Tsutenkaku was built in 1912 as the symbol of Shin-Sekai (which mean “new world”). 600yen admission to the 85m observation platform on the 5th floor