61 Sights in Osaka, Japan (with Map and Images)


Churches & Art
Water & Wind
Heritage & Space
Paid Tours & Activities

Explore interesting sights in Osaka, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 61 sights are available in Osaka, Japan.

Sightseeing Tours in Osaka

1. Shitennoji

Show sight on mapBook Ticket*

Shitennō-ji is a Buddhist temple in Ōsaka, Japan. It is also known as Arahaka-ji, Nanba-ji, or Mitsu-ji. The temple is sometimes regarded as the first Buddhist and oldest officially-administered temple in Japan, although the temple complex and buildings have been rebuilt over the centuries, with the last reconstruction taking place in 1963. It is the head temple of the Wa Sect of Buddhism.

Wikipedia: Shitennō-ji (EN), Website

2. Osaka Castle

Show sight on mapBook Ticket*

Osaka Castle 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.

Wikipedia: Osaka Castle (EN), Website

3. Tsutenkaku

Show sight on mapBook Ticket*

Tsūtenkaku , owned by Tsūtenkaku Kanko Co., Ltd. , is a tower and well-known landmark of Osaka, Japan and advertises Hitachi. It is located in the Shinsekai district of Naniwa-ku, Osaka. Its total height is 103 m; the main observation deck is at a height of 91 m.

Wikipedia: Tsūtenkaku (EN), Website

4. Naniwa Palace Site

Show sight on map
Naniwa Palace Site

Naniwa Palace is a general term for the Namba Okuma Shrine, which was the palace of Emperor Ojin from the late Yayoi period to the Kofun period, Namba Takatsu-no-miya, the imperial palace of Emperor Nintoku, the head of Wakoku and the founder of the Kawachi dynasty, who was called Ōkimi, and the ancient palaces built around modern Hōenzaka after returning to Namba (modern Osaka City) from the Asuka period to the Nara period. It was the imperial capital for about 150 years from 645 to 793. The structure that clearly defined the emperor's residence, politics, and ceremonial place was the first Namba Palace, and later palaces were also adopted. In addition, it is said that the use of the national name Japan and era name began from Namba Palace, and Emperor Kotoku issued a reformation resignation, and in Article 2 of it, Namba Palace was the first capital of Japan as the first Shukyo master. The most powerful theory is that the Namba Takatsu Palace of Emperor Nintoku, the head of Wakoku, who was called the Great King, was also located around the Namba Palace where the Namba Palace was built. It is an ancient palace in present-day Chuo Ward, Osaka City, and the site is designated as a national historic site.

Wikipedia: 難波宮 (JA)

5. Harry Potter and The Forbidden Journey in 4K3D

Show sight on map
Harry Potter and The Forbidden Journey in 4K3D Carlos Cruz / CC BY-SA 3.0

Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey is a motion-based dark ride located in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter-themed areas of Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida; Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City, California; Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, Japan; and Universal Studios Beijing in Beijing, China. The ride takes guests through scenes and environments in and around Hogwarts Castle from the Harry Potter series of books and films. Mark Woodbury, president of Universal Creative, described the ride as an in-depth look at the world of Harry Potter, which utilizes never-before-seen technology which transforms "the theme park experience as you know it". The ride first opened at Islands of Adventure with The Wizarding World of Harry Potter on June 18, 2010; subsequent versions opened at Universal Studios Japan on July 15, 2014, at Universal Studios Hollywood on April 7, 2016, and at Universal Studios Beijing on September 20, 2021.

Wikipedia: Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey (EN)

6. Osaka Museum of History

Show sight on map

Osaka Museum of History opened in Chūō-ku, Ōsaka, Japan in 2001. The project architects were César Pelli & Associates and Nihon Sekkei. It is adjoined by an atrium to the NHK Osaka Broadcasting Center, which was designed by the same architects and built at the same time. The former Osaka City Museum closed earlier the same year. Over four floors, the displays tell the history of the city from the time of the Former Naniwa Palace, located in the area now occupied by the museum. Remains of a warehouse, walls, and water supply facilities for the palace are also on view in the basement. In 2005, the collection numbered some 100,000 objects. By 2016, it had grown to 138,595 objects, while a further 17,632 items were on deposit at the museum.

Wikipedia: Osaka Museum of History (EN)

7. Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem

Show sight on map

Despicable Me Minion Mayhem is a computer-animated simulator ride attraction located at Universal Studios Florida, Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Japan, and Universal Studios Beijing, as well as upcoming to Universal Studios Singapore. The attraction is based on Universal Pictures and Illumination's animated film Despicable Me (2010) and its franchise, employing the use of 3D high-definition digital animation. While it is an opening day attraction in Beijing, it replaced Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast in Florida, T2-3D: Battle Across Time in Hollywood, Back to the Future: The Ride in Japan and Madagascar: A Crate Adventure in Singapore.

Wikipedia: Despicable Me Minion Mayhem (EN)

8. The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man - The Ride 4K3D

Show sight on map
The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man - The Ride 4K3DJeremy Thompson from United States of America / CC BY 2.0

The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man is a 3D motion simulator and dark ride located at Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida, United States. Based on the Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man, it was originally built for Islands of Adventure's grand opening in 1999. A second installation called The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man: The Ride opened at Universal Studios Japan in 2004. The attractions have a hybrid configuration that combines motion vehicles with 3D projection and elaborate physical sets.

Wikipedia: The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man (EN)

9. ABC Hall

Show sight on map
ABC Hall

The Asahi Broadcasting Group Holdings Corporation is a certified broadcasting holding company headquartered in Osaka, Japan. Until March 31, 2018, it was a unified radio and television broadcaster serving in the Kansai region. On April 1, 2018, its radio and television broadcasting divisions were spun off into two subsidiaries, with Asahi Radio Broadcasting Corporation taking over the radio broadcasting business, and Asahi Television Broadcasting Corporation took over television broadcasting.

Wikipedia: Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (EN)

10. 山本能楽堂

Show sight on map

Yamamoto Noh Theater is a Noh theater located in Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, and the public interest incorporated foundation that owns and operates it. Since the building has a full-fledged Noh stage inside a three-story wooden building in the urban area, it was registered as a national registered tangible cultural property on November 29, 2006 (Heisei 18). The highlight (audience seats) are the pier seats, and the pine on the mirror plate is brushed by Kanafu Matsuno.

Wikipedia: 山本能楽堂 (JA)

11. Nakanoshima Park

Show sight on map

The Nakanoshima Park 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 11 hectare park houses public facilities such as Osaka Central Public Hall, Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library and Museum of Oriental Ceramics. It also holds a rose garden. The City Hall of Osaka building is located on its west end.

Wikipedia: Nakanoshima Park (EN)

12. 阿遅速遅神社

Show sight on map
阿遅速遅神社 Kansai explorer / CC BY 3.0

A Chi Suxiong Shrine is a shrine located in Hejian District, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture. In the Yanxi-style God's name account, the old society is the township society. In the Edo period, it was called the Eight Swords Shrine, but according to the comparison of Yanxi-style inner society, the company, as Yanxi-style Achishu Shrine, placed the "Achishu Shrine Mark Stone". Since then, people have called it the Shrine of Achusuxiong.

Wikipedia: 阿遅速雄神社 (JA)

13. あべのハルカス美術館

Show sight on map
あべのハルカス美術館 Oilstreet / CC BY 2.5

Abeno Harukas Art Museum opened in Abeno-ku, Ōsaka, Japan, in 2014. Specializing in temporary exhibitions, it is located on the 16th floor of Abeno Harukas, Japan's tallest building, named after the ward of Abeno and the expression harukasu (晴るかす), meaning 'brightening up'. The Museum's inaugural director is art historian Asano Shūgō , director of Kintetsu Railway Company's other cultural initiative, the Yamato Bunkakan.

Wikipedia: Abeno Harukas Art Museum (EN), Website

14. Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

Show sight on map

The Osaka Municipal Museum of Housing (Osaka Municipal Housing Museum), nicknamed "Osaka Living Konjakukan" (Osaka Living Konjakukan), is a public museum dedicated to the history and culture of urban living in Osaka City. It exhibits materials and models of residences in the city from the late Edo period to the postwar period. It is located in the Osaka Municipal Housing Information Center Building.

Wikipedia: 大阪くらしの今昔館 (JA), Website

15. 淀川神社

Show sight on map

Yodogawa Shrine (淀川神社, Yodogawa-jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Kema-cho, Miyakojima-ku, Osaka. In 1953 (Showa 28), the 15 Shrines that enshrined the Ujigami of the former Tomobuchi Village and the Yawata Daijingu Shrine (Hachiman Shrine), which enshrined the Ujigami of the former Kema Village, were established in the precincts of the 15 Shrines in the form of enshrining the gods.

Wikipedia: 淀川神社 (JA)

16. NMB48 Theatre

Show sight on map
NMB48 Theatre

NMB48 is a Japanese idol group that debuted in 2011 as the second sister group to AKB48, produced by Yasushi Akimoto. NMB48 is named after the Namba district in Osaka city of Osaka Prefecture, where the group is based. The group performs at the NMB48 Theater, which is located in the basement of the Yes-Namba Building in Namba, Osaka. The group has sold over 9 million CDs in Japan.

Wikipedia: NMB48 (EN), Website

17. 杭全神社

Show sight on map

Kumano Gongensha (杭全神社, Kumano Gongensha) is a Shinto shrine located in Hiranomiya-cho, Hirano-ku, Osaka. The former company is a prefectural shrine. He is revered as the clan god of the Sakagami clan and the clan god of Hiranogo. The summer festival (Hirano Danjiri Festival) is held every year from July 11 to 14, and driving on nearby National Route 25 is restricted.

Wikipedia: 杭全神社 (JA)

18. 瑞松寺

Show sight on map

Zuishoji Temple (瑞松寺) is a temple of the Jodo Shinshu Honganji sect located in Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The mountain number is Mt. Nariike. It is said that the mountain number Nariikeyama is due to the Kamakura period, when Taira Kagekiyo accidentally killed his uncle and washed his blood sword in the pond while choking on tears.

Wikipedia: 瑞松寺 (JA)

19. Shoman-in; Aizen-do

Show sight on map

Shōman-in (勝鬘院) is a temple of the Japanese sect located in Tennoji Ward, Osaka. The mountain number is Araryōsan. The main son is Aizen Meioh. It is also called Aizendo. Shitennoji Betsuin. The first temple of the 17 sacred sites of Aizen in the West Country. Shingon Esoteric Kyo Katsukin-ryu Nemoto Dojo. Tahoto is the oldest wooden structure in Osaka City.

Wikipedia: 勝鬘院 (JA)

20. Catholic Tamatsukuri Church

Show sight on map

Osaka Cathedral St. Mary's Cathedral (大阪Cathedral Sei Maria Daiseido) is a Catholic Tamatsukuri Church cathedral located in Tamatsukuri, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is called "Osaka Cathedral" because it is the episcopal cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Osaka. The church's commemorative saint is the Immaculate Conception (St. Mary).

Wikipedia: 大阪カテドラル聖マリア大聖堂 (JA)

21. 山内ビル

Show sight on map

Yamauchi Building is a historical building located in Tosabori, Nishi-ku, Osaka. It is a reinforced concrete four-story building with Spanish brown tiles. The official name is "Kaori Yamauchi Law and Patent Office" Currently, the plate part of the word "incense" has disappeared for some reason due to the deterioration of the building.

Wikipedia: 山内ビル (JA)

22. Osaka-jō Hall

Show sight on map

Osaka-jō Hall 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. Built on a site area of 36,351 square meters, part of its form uses stone walls, modeled after those of the Castle and it won the Osaka Urban Scenery Architects Prize Special Award in 1984.

Wikipedia: Osaka-jō Hall (EN), Website

23. Sumiyoshi Taisha

Show sight on map
Sumiyoshi Taisha

Sumiyoshi-taisha (住吉大社), also known as Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, is a Shinto shrine in Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is the main shrine of all the Sumiyoshi shrines in Japan. However, the oldest shrine that enshrines the Sumiyoshi sanjin, the three Sumiyoshi kami, is the Sumiyoshi Shrine in Hakata.

Wikipedia: Sumiyoshi-taisha (EN), Website

24. The Symphony Hall

Show sight on map

The Symphony Hall is located in Oyodo Minami 2-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, and was built as part of Asahi Broadcasting's 30th anniversary commemoration project, and is the first hall dedicated to classical music concerts in Japan. It has received high praise both in Japan and abroad in terms of acoustics.

Wikipedia: ザ・シンフォニーホール (JA)

25. 六大院

Show sight on map

Rokudaiin (六大院) is a temple located in Tennoji-ku, Osaka. The mountain number is Osaka Koyasan. Koyasan Shingon Buddhism, Bekkaku Honzan. Koyasan Kongo Ko Osaka City Headquarters. The main statues are Fudo Myōō and Kobo Daishi. As a separate temple, there is Kongoji Temple in Terakawa, Daito City, Osaka Prefecture.

Wikipedia: 六大院 (JA)

26. 寂光寺

Show sight on map

Jakkōji Temple (寂光寺) is a Nichiren Buddhist nunnery located in Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka. The official name is Baolinzanpukenin Shakoji Temple. Also known as Eguchi no Kimido, it is known for the songs of Eguchi no Kimi (妙女) and Saigyōhōshi. The former main mountain is Tanimachi Myokyoji Temple. Seishi Hōen.

Wikipedia: 寂光寺 (大阪市) (JA)

27. HanjoTei

Show sight on map

Tianman Tianshen Fanchang Pavilion is a mailing seat located in Erding, Tianshen Bridge, Shibei District, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture. One of the fixed seats of Luoyu above, performances of various arts such as cross talk and folk songs centered on Luoyu have been held for several days. Known as "Fanchang Pavilion".

Wikipedia: 天満天神繁昌亭 (JA), Website

28. 綿業会館

Show sight on map

The Cotton Industry Hall is a Renaissance-style historical building located in Semba, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Stand facing the Sankyu Bridge. It was designated as a national important cultural property on December 25, 2003, and was certified as an industrial modernization heritage in 2007.

Wikipedia: 綿業会館 (JA)

29. Osaka Culturarium at Tempozan

Show sight on map

Osaka Cultural Museum Tempozan (大阪Cultural Museum Tempozan Tenpozan) is an art museum located in Tempozan Harbor Village in Minato-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The name was changed from "Suntory Museum" in February 2013, and Suntory has not been involved in its operation since 2011 (Heisei 23).

Wikipedia: 大阪文化館・天保山 (JA)

30. American Village

Show sight on map

Amerikamura is a sizable retail and entertainment area near Shinsaibashi in the Chūō-ku district of Osaka, Japan. It is usually referred to by locals as "Ame-mura". Amerikamura is an area stretching from Nagahori Street to Dotombori, located in the west side of the Shinsaibashi station.

Wikipedia: Amerikamura (EN)

31. 鵲森宮

Show sight on map
鵲森宮 KENPEI / CC BY-SA 3.0

Kasagimori no Miya (鵲森宮) is a Shinto shrine located in Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is a company within the ceremony, and the former company is a prefectural company. The common name is Morinomiya Shrine, which is the origin of the surrounding place name Morinomiya.

Wikipedia: 鵲森宮 (JA)

32. Osaka Shochiku‑za

Show sight on map

Osaka Shochiku-za (大阪松竹座, Osaka Shochikuza) is a Japan theater located in Dotonbori 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is managed by Shochiku Corporation. This theater is not included in the five theaters "Dotonbori Goza" that originated in the Edo period.

Wikipedia: 大阪松竹座 (JA), Website

33. Isshinji

Show sight on map
Isshinji KENPEI / CC BY-SA 3.0

Isshin-ji (一心寺) is a Pure Land Buddhist temple in Osaka, Japan. Starting in the Meiji period, thirteen images have been formed, each incorporating the ashes of tens of thousands of devotees. The annual burial ceremony on 21 April in turn draws tens of thousands of worshippers.

Wikipedia: Isshin-ji (EN), Website

34. 應典院

Show sight on map

Ōten-in (應典院) is a temple of the Jodo sect Chion-in located in Tennoji-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. When it was first built, it was the head of the tower that was opened as a retreat place for the Oath Honor Resident, which is the third generation of Dairenji Temple.

Wikipedia: 應典院 (JA)

35. Osaka Prefectural Museum of Kamigata Comedy and Performing Arts

Show sight on map

The Osaka Prefectural Kamigata Performing Arts Museum (大阪県上performing arts museum, commonly known as Wacha Kamigata) is a collection and preservation facility for materials related to Kamigata performing arts located in Namba Sennichimae, Chuo-ku, Osaka. Opened in 1996.

Wikipedia: 大阪府立上方演芸資料館 (JA)

36. Tennoji Zoo

Show sight on map
Tennoji Zoo No machine-readable author provided. Fk assumed (based on copyright claims). / CC BY-SA 2.5

Tennōji Zoo (天王寺動物園) is a 11-hectare (27-acre) zoo located at Tennōji Park in Tennōji-ku, Osaka, Japan, opened on January 1, 1915. It is the third zoo to be built in Japan and is located southwest of the Shitennō-ji temple, the first Buddhist temple in Japan.

Wikipedia: Tennōji Zoo (EN), Website

37. Goryo Jinja Shrine

Show sight on map

Goryōjinja (御霊神社) is a Shinto shrine located in Awaji-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka. The former company is a prefectural shrine. The forehead of the front torii gate is written as Goryogu. Although our company is called Goryo Shrine, it has nothing to do with Spirit worship.

Wikipedia: 御霊神社 (大阪市) (JA)

38. Aleph Osaka Training Center

Show sight on map
Aleph Osaka Training Center

Aleph , formerly Aum Shinrikyo , is a Japanese new religious movement and doomsday cult founded by Shoko Asahara in 1987. It carried out the deadly Tokyo subway sarin attack in 1995 and was found to have been responsible for the Matsumoto sarin attack the previous year.

Wikipedia: Aum Shinrikyo (EN), Website

39. 比売許曽神社

Show sight on map

Himeso Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Higashinari-ku, Osaka. The former shrine is a village shrine. It is one of the shrines of the Shikinai Meishin Taisha "Hibai Yoshiso Shrine (Shimoteru Hibaisha)" (the other is Takatsunomiya Setsha and Hiuri Koso Shrine).

Wikipedia: 比売許曽神社 (JA)

40. 法清寺

Show sight on map
法清寺 KENPEI / CC BY-SA 3.0

Hōsei-ji (法清寺) is a Nichiren Buddhist temple located in Sonezaki, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The mountain number is Mt. Kochi. The former main mountain is Kyoto Honmanji Temple, Ryūgenkai (Ryugenkai). It is commonly known as Kashiku Temple.

Wikipedia: 法清寺 (大阪市) (JA)

41. 日本工芸館

Show sight on map

The Japan Crafts Museum is a museum located in Naniwa-ku, Osaka that aims to preserve, nurture and disseminate traditional folk crafts. It was established in 1950 by Chuichi Miyake as a base for the activities of the Osaka branch of the Japan Mingei Association.

Wikipedia: 日本工芸館 (JA)

42. Osaka Castle Park

Show sight on map

Osaka Castle Park 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 and occupies a large area in the center of the city of Osaka. This park is the second largest park in the city.

Wikipedia: Osaka Castle Park (EN)

43. Yoshimoto Manzai Theatre

Show sight on map
Yoshimoto Manzai Theatre

Yoshimoto Manzai Gekijo is a comedy theater that opened on December 1, 2014 in Namba-Sennichimae, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan. It is located opposite the Namba Grand Kagetsu, on the 5th floor of the YES-NAMBA building. It is commonly known as Mangeki.

Wikipedia: よしもと漫才劇場 (JA)

44. Mario Kart: Koopa's Challenge

Show sight on map
Mario Kart: Koopa's Challenge Japanexperterna.se / CC BY-SA 2.0

Mario Kart: Bowser's Challenge is an augmented reality dark ride that serves as the anchor attraction of Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan and Universal Studios Hollywood. The ride is primarily based on the Mario Kart 8 video game.

Wikipedia: Mario Kart: Bowser's Challenge (EN)

45. 心眼寺

Show sight on map

Xinyan Temple is a pure land temple located in Tennoji District, Osaka City. The mountain number is Zhentian Mountain. This deity is Amitabha Buddha. The temple pattern is the same as the real Tian family pattern, both of which are six pence.

Wikipedia: 心眼寺 (JA)

46. 本傳寺

Show sight on map

Hondenji (本傳寺) is a Nichiren Buddhist temple located in Togano-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The mountain number is Mt. Takateru. The former main mountain is Daihonzan Honkokuji Temple (Rokujōmon-ryū), Oyashi Hōen.

Wikipedia: 本傳寺 (大阪市) (JA)

47. Kiyomizudera

Show sight on map
Kiyomizudera KENPEI / CC BY-SA 3.0

Kiyomizu-dera Temple (清水寺) is a Japanese sect temple located in Rein-cho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka. The mountain number is Mt. Arisu. The main statue is the eleven-sided thousand-armed Kanseon Bodhisattva. A branch of the Shitennoji Temple.

Wikipedia: 清水寺 (大阪市) (JA)

48. 南城内緑地

Show sight on map

Amagasaki Port Station (尼崎港駅, Amagasaki-kōeki) was a disused railway station that existed in Nanjo, Amagasaki, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It was the terminal station of a branch line of the Japan National Railway Fukuchiyama Line.

Wikipedia: 尼崎港駅 (JA)

49. 生國魂神社行宮

Show sight on map

Ikukunitama Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Tennōji-ku, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Its main festival is held annually on September 9. It was formerly an imperial shrine of the first rank in the Modern system of ranked Shinto Shrines.

Wikipedia: Ikukunitama Shrine (EN)

50. Syoten-Ryokokuinn

Show sight on map
Syoten-Ryokokuinn bittercup / CC BY-SA 3.0

Ryotokuin is a temple of the Toji Shingon sect located in Fukushima Ward, Osaka. The mountain number is Ruyi Mountain. The main statues are Quasi-Hu Kannon and Eleven-Faced Kannon (Great Sacred Joy Heaven). It is known as Urae Shōten.

Wikipedia: 了徳院 (JA)

51. Oe-jinja Shrine

Show sight on map
Oe-jinja Shrine KENPEI / CC BY-SA 3.0

Ōe Shrine (大江神社, Ōe Jinja) is located in the town of Yuhioka, Tennoji-ku, Osaka. A shrine located in the former Tennoji Kita Village, part of Tennoji Village in Higashinari District). The former shrine is a gōsha.

Wikipedia: 大江神社 (大阪市) (JA)

52. Fujita Art Museum

Show sight on map

The Fujita Art Museum is one of the largest private collections in the Kansai region. The collection was assembled by Fujita Denzaburō and his descendants. It was installed in a storehouse on the family property in Osaka.

Wikipedia: Fujita Art Museum (EN)

53. 鷹合神社

Show sight on map

Takaai Shrine (鷹合神社, Takaai-jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Takaai, Higashisumiyoshi-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The official name is Sobi Son-jinja Shrine. The former shrine is a village shrine.

Wikipedia: 鷹合神社 (JA)

54. Tamatsukuri Inari Shrine

Show sight on map
Tamatsukuri Inari Shrine

Tamatsukuri Inari Shrine is a shrine dedicated to the Shinto kami ('god') Inari. Its construction can be traced to 12 BCE, and Inari was enshrined there by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the 1580s to protect Osaka Castle.

Wikipedia: Tamatsukuri Inari Shrine (EN)

55. Sukunahikona-jinja Shrine

Show sight on map
Sukunahikona-jinja Shrine KENPEI / CC BY-SA 3.0

Sukunahikona Shrine (少彦名神社, Sukunahikona Jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Doshomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka. The former company is an unqualified company. Another name is Shinnou and Shinnou of Doshomachi.

Wikipedia: 少彦名神社 (大阪市) (JA)

56. Nakanoshima Museum of Art, Osaka

Show sight on map

The Osaka Nakanoshima Museum of Art is an art museum located in Nakanoshima 4-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka. It collects, stores and exhibits modern art from the late 19th century to the present day of the 21st century.

Wikipedia: 大阪中之島美術館 (JA), Website

57. Gojogu Shrine

Show sight on map

Gojo-no-miya (五條宮) is a Shinto shrine located in Tennoji Ward, Osaka. The former shrine is a village shrine. It is the only shrine in Japan dedicated to Emperor Toshida, the ancestor of the Tachibana clan.

Wikipedia: 五條宮 (JA)

58. 南岳山 舎利尊勝寺

Show sight on map

Sharisonshoji Temple is a temple of the Obaku sect located in 1-2-36 Sariji, Ikuno-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The common name is Sariji, and the common name is also the place name of Ikuno Ward.

Wikipedia: 舎利尊勝寺 (JA)

59. 長久寺

Show sight on map

Chōkyū-ji is a Nichiren Buddhist temple located in Chuo-ku, Osaka. The mountain number is Mt. Daien. The main statue is one tower and two sons. It enshrines the Fukurokuju of the Seven Lucky Gods of Osaka.

Wikipedia: 長久寺 (大阪市) (JA)

60. 崇禅寺

Show sight on map
崇禅寺 KENPEI / CC BY-SA 3.0

Sozenji Temple (崇禅寺) is a temple of the Soto sect located in Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka. The mountain number is Lingyun Mountain. The main statue is Buddha. There is a head mound of Ashikaga Yoshinori.

Wikipedia: 崇禅寺 (大阪市) (JA)

61. 西村捨三翁

Show sight on map

Nishimura Sutezō was a Japanese businessman and politician. He was a veteran of the Boshin War. He was the fourth Governor of Okinawa Prefecture (1883–1886) and the sixth Governor of Osaka (1889–1891).

Wikipedia: Nishimura Sutezō (EN)


Spread the word! Share this page with your friends and family.

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.