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


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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 86 sights are available in Osaka, Japan.

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1. Isshinji

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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

2. Tsutenkaku

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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 metres (338 ft); the main observation deck is at a height of 91 metres (299 ft).

Wikipedia: Tsūtenkaku (EN), Website

3. Osaka Castle Park

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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)

4. Shitennoji

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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. Shortly after World War II, Shitennō-ji became independent of the parent Tendai sect, and formed the "Wa" sect of Buddhism.

Wikipedia: Shitennō-ji (EN), Website

5. Nakanoshima Park

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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 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)

6. Osaka Castle

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Osaka Castle is a Japanese castle in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan. The castle and fortress are 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

7. Shinsekai

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Shinsekai is an old neighbourhood located next to south Osaka City's downtown "Minami" area. The neighbourhood was created in 1912 with New York as a model for its southern half and Paris for its northern half. At this location, a Luna Park amusement park operated from 1912 until it closed in 1923. The centrepiece of the neighbourhood was Tsutenkaku Tower.

Wikipedia: Shinsekai (EN)

8. 山本能楽堂

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Yamamoto no Gagakudo is a Noh theater located in Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, and a 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). From 2011 to 2014, as part of the Agency for Cultural Affairs' "Project for the Public Utilization of Important Buildings, etc.," large-scale renovation work was carried out, including seismic reinforcement work, equipment work, and sanitary work, and the functions of the facility were enhanced such as the use of color LED stage lighting and floor heating throughout the building. Although it is an old building, the latest technology has been added, and it has been reborn as a unique space where a modern space confronts a building engraved with the shadows of history. The concept of the renovation is an "open Noh theater". The highlight (audience seats) is the pier seats, which are equipped with "folding chairs" proposed by Junzo Yoshimura, one of Japan's leading architects, and are wheelchair accessible. The pine on the mirror plate is made by the brush of Kanade Matsuno.

Wikipedia: 山本能楽堂 (JA)

9. Naniwa Palace Site

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Naniwa Palace Site

Naniwa Miya is a general term for an ancient palace built in a region in Chuo -ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture. Namba Okuma -miya, the palace of the Emperor Ojin during the Kofun period, and Namba Takatsu -miya, the chief of the Emperor Nintoku, the chief of the King and the founder of the Kawachi dynasty, and the Nara era to the Nara period. It refers to a group of palace, which was built around Nanba (now Osaka City) and built around Enzaka. It was about 150 years from 645 to 793. Namba Shrine was the first structure that clarifies the Emperor's home, politics, and rituals, and was adopted in the later palace. In addition, it is said that the use of the national name of Japan and the era of Japan from Namba Shrine has begun, and Emperor Kotoku issued a revision of the renewal, and in the second Article 2, Namba Shrine was the first capital of Japan. The theory that Emperor Nintoku, Namba Takazu Shrine, was also considered a the theory that Namba Palace was located around the area where it was built. At present, the palace remains in front of Chuo -ku, Osaka are designated as the national historic site under the name of "Namba Shrine Ruins Tsukiyoshi Enzen."

Wikipedia: 難波宮 (JA)

10. Harry Potter and The Forbidden Journey in 4K3D

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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)

11. Osaka Human Rights Museum

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Liberty Osaka was a museum dedicated to human rights situated in Naniwa-ku, a ward in south Osaka City. As the first general museum dedicated to human rights in Japan, the focus of its permanent exhibits was the history of the struggle against discrimination experienced by the nation's minority ethnic groups; the Burakumin, the Ainu of Hokkaidō, the Ryukyuans of Okinawa and Japan's communities of Korean and Chinese descent. There were also exhibits dedicated to discrimination issues affecting women, lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender people, the physically challenged, and the survivors of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (hibakusha). Founded in December 1985 to document the history of the Osaka human rights movement, it was relaunched in December 1995 as the Osaka Jinken Hakubutsu-kan.

Wikipedia: Liberty Osaka (EN), Website

12. Osaka Museum of History

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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)

13. Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem

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Despicable Me Minion Mayhem is an 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)

14. Osaka Science Museum

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The Osaka Science Museum 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. Opened in 1989, the museum was constructed to mark the 100th anniversary of Osaka City. The construction was funded through a 6.5 billion yen donation toward building costs from Kansai Electric. Its theme is "The Universe and Energy". Before the war a similar museum opened in 1937. It was known as the Osaka City Electricity Science Museum and it was both the first science museum and the first planetarium in Japan.

Wikipedia: Osaka Science Museum (EN), Website

15. オリックス劇場

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The Orix Theater is a 2,400-seat concert hall in Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan. Artists that performed in the main hall include Black Sabbath, Kiss, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Whitesnake, Robin Trower, Rainbow, Queen, Santana, The Jackson 5, James Brown, UFO, Iron Maiden, Red Velvet, Amalia Rodrigues, NCT 127, and Jun. K from 2PM. It officially opened on 14 April 1968 and was the largest concert hall in Osaka at the time. The complex included a smaller hall, lodging facilities and two restaurants. The building was sold in October 2009 to Orix Real Estate, who currently run it under the name the Orix Theater.

Wikipedia: Orix Theater (EN)

16. Mt. Tenpo

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Mount Tenpō located in Minato-ku, Osaka is currently Japan's second lowest mountain. The definition of a "mountain" used here is any elevation described as a mountain on a topographic map published by the Geographical Survey Institute of Japan, though it is disputed that the mountain lacks credibility because it is not a natural part of the landscape. The mountain's peak is 4.53 meters above sea level, and will bear more resemblance to a hill than a mountain to the casual observer. A small port is located nearby, and much of the mountain's surface has been converted into a park.

Wikipedia: Mount Tenpō (EN)

17. 坐摩神社

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Ikasuri Shrine is a major Shinto shrine located in central Osaka, Japan. Its annual festival is on April 22. In the former modern system of ranked Shinto shrines it was an imperial shrine of the second rank or kanpei-chūsha (官幣中社). It was also the ichinomiya of the former Settsu Province. It enshrines five kami known as ikasuri no kami or zama no kami: Ikui no kami (生井神), Sakui no kami (福井神), Tsunagai no kami (綱長井神), Hahiki no kami (波比祇神), and Asuha no kami (阿須波神); collectively known as Zamagami (座摩神)

Wikipedia: Ikasuri Shrine (EN)

18. Floating Garden Observatory

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The Umeda Sky Building is a two-tower mixed-use skyscraper located in Osaka, Japan. Located in the outskirts of Umeda business district in Kita-ku, Osaka, the Umeda Sky Building consists of two 40-story towers that connect at their two uppermost stories, which are interconnected via glass bridges with escalators and elevators which crosses the tower's open atrium space in the ground floor area. which currently the fifteenth-tallest building in the prefecture, and one of the city's most recognizable landmarks.

Wikipedia: Umeda Sky Building (EN)

19. ABC Hall

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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.

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20. 阿遅速遅神社

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Achihaya no Jinja is a shrine located in Tsurumi Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is a shikinai shrine recorded in the Enki Shikishin Name Book, and the former company status is Gosha. In the Edo period, it was called the Hakken Shrine, but by Namikawa Seisho, who compared the shrines in the Enki ceremony, we placed the "Adahaya Hayao Shrine Marker Stone" as it corresponds to the shrine in the Enki ceremony. Since then, it has come to be known as the Ahaya Hayao Shrine.

Wikipedia: 阿遅速雄神社 (JA)

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

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The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man is a 3D motion simulator and dark ride located at Universal Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Florida. Based on the Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man, it was originally built for Islands of Adventure's grand opening in 1999. A second version of the attraction also existed at Universal Studios Japan from 2004 to 2024. The attraction has a hybrid configuration that combines motion vehicles with 3D projection and elaborate physical sets.

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

22. あべのハルカス美術館

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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

23. 大阪護國神社

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Osaka Gokoku Shrine is a shrine (Gokoku Shrine) located in Suminoe Ward, Osaka. It enshrines more than 105,000 pillars of the heroic spirits of martyrs from Osaka Prefecture and related relatives, and the number of pillars of the shrine is the third largest among Gokoku Shrines after Gokoku Shrine in Okinawa Prefecture and Fukuoka Gokoku Shrine. It is currently a separate shrine of the main office of the shrine.

Wikipedia: 大阪護國神社 (JA)

24. 堀川戎神社

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Horikawa Ebi Shrine is a shrine located in Kita-ku, Osaka. The former company name is Murasha. In Osaka City and the area, it is known as the god of prosperous business, along with the Imamiya Ebi Shrine in the southern part of Osaka City and the Nishinomiya Shrine in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture. Known as "Horikawa's Ebessan" or "Kita's Ebessan", the 10-day Ebisu is held from January 9 to 11 every year.

Wikipedia: 堀川戎神社 (JA)

25. Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

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The Osaka Municipal Museum of Housing (Osaka Municipal Museum of Housing), nicknamed "Osaka Living Present and Past" (Osaka Kura no Konjakukan), is a public museum dedicated to the history and culture of urban life in Osaka City. Materials and models of the city's dwellings from the late Edo period to the postwar period are on display. It is located in the Osaka Municipal Housing Information Center Building.

Wikipedia: 大阪くらしの今昔館 (JA), Website

26. NMB48 Theatre

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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

27. Hōzen-ji

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Hozenji Temple is a temple of the Jodo sect located in Namba, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan. The name of the mountain is Tenryu Mountain. The honzon is Amitabha. It is famous for its mossy appearance of "Mizukake Fudo". It is commonly called Senkaji Temple because it performed the 1,000-day nembutsu, and the name of the place 1,000 days ago is derived from the gate of this temple.

Wikipedia: 法善寺 (JA), Website

28. 淀川神社

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Yodogawa Shrine is a shrine located in Kema-cho, Miyakojima-ku, Osaka. In 1953 (Showa 28), it was established in the precincts of the 15 shrines in the form of a joint enshrinement of the gods of the 15 shrines that enshrined the gods of the former Tomobuchi Village and the gods of the Yawata Daijingu (Hachiman Shrine) that enshrined the gods of the former Kema Village.

Wikipedia: 淀川神社 (JA)

29. 瑞松寺

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Zuishōji Temple is a temple of the Jodo Shinshu Honganji sect located in Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Mt. Tear Pond. It is said that the name of the mountain is due to the fact that in the Kamakura period, Taira Kagekiyo accidentally killed his uncle and washed his bloody sword in the pond while choking on tears.

Wikipedia: 瑞松寺 (JA)

30. Kids Plaza Osaka

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Kids Plaza Osaka (Kids Plaza Osaka) is a children's museum, children's center, and science museum located in the lower part of Kantele Ogimachi Square, where Kansai Television Broadcasting is headquartered, located in Ogimachi 2-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture. In this section, Kantele Ogimachi Square, which will be located, is also described.

Wikipedia: キッズプラザ大阪 (JA), Website

31. 桑津天神社

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Kuwazu Tenjinja is a shrine located in Kuwazu 3-chome, Higashi-Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka. There are a total of 11 deities, including the god Shohiko, Sugawara Michishin, Susano, Kiinada Hiyori, Nomi Shukuro, Tenji Roof Life, Cloth Sword Ball Life, Tenyu Receiving Life, Saruta Bikojin, Kyozu Lord Life, and Ken Tsuchi Life. The former company name is Murasha.

Wikipedia: 桑津天神社 (JA)

32. Osaka-jō Hall

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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 (391,280 sq ft), 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

33. Catholic Tamatsukuri Church

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The Osaka Cathedral St. Mary Cathedral (Oka Cathedral Seii Maria Daisi Daisido) is a cathedral of the Catholic Tamako Church in Tamazo, Chuo -ku, Osaka -shi, Osaka. It is called "Osaka Cathedral" because it is the Catholic Cathedral (Cathedral) of Catholic Osaka Bishop. The saint commemorating the church is "The Virgin of the innocence (St. Mary)".

Wikipedia: 大阪カテドラル聖マリア大聖堂 (JA)

34. 寂光寺

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Jakkoji Temple is a Nichiren Buddhist nunnery located in Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka. The official name of the temple is Baolin Mountain Pukenin Temple. It is also known as Eguchi no Kimido, and is known for the song and answer between Eguchi no Kimi (Myojo) and Saigyō Hoshi. The former main temple is Tanimachi Myokyoji Temple. Seishi Dharma.

Wikipedia: 寂光寺 (大阪市) (JA)

35. 山内ビル

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

Wikipedia: 山内ビル (JA)

36. 杭全神社

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Kumata Jinja is a shrine originally located in Hiranomiya-cho, Hirano-ku, Osaka, Japan. The former company name was Fusha. He is revered as the god of the Sakagami clan and the god of Hirano Town. The summer festival (Hirano Danjiri Festival) is held every year from July 11 to 14, and driving on the nearby National Route 25 is restricted.

Wikipedia: 杭全神社 (JA)

37. Shoman-in; Aizen-do

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Shomanin is a temple of the Japanese sect located in Tennoji Ward, Osaka. The name of the mountain is Mt. Araryo. The honzon is Aizen Myo. It is also called Aizendo. Shitennoji Betsuin. Nishikoku Aizen 17 Sacred Grounds No. 1. Shingon Esoteric Buddhism Katsuhi-ryu Nemoto Dojo. The Taho Pagoda is the oldest wooden structure in Osaka.

Wikipedia: 勝鬘院 (JA)

38. Osaka International Peace Center

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The Osaka International Peace Center , also known as Peace Osaka , is a peace museum established in August 1991 based in the city of Osaka, Japan. It focuses on the destruction of the city during World War II and the broader themes of the tragedy of war and the importance of peace. It is funded by Osaka city and Osaka Prefecture.

Wikipedia: Osaka International Peace Center (EN)

39. 六大院

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Rokudaiin is a temple located in the town of Baiza, Tennoji-ku, Osaka. The name of the mountain is Mt. Koya, Osaka. Koyasan Shingon Buddhism, Betsu Honzan. Koyasan Kongoko Osaka City Headquarters. The honzon is Fudo Myō and Kobo Daishi. As a separate temple, there is Kongo-ji Temple in Terakawa, Daito City, Osaka Prefecture.

Wikipedia: 六大院 (JA)

40. Mario Kart: Koopa's Challenge

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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, with an upcoming version at Universal Epic Universe. The ride is based on the Mario Kart franchise, primarily on the Mario Kart 8 video game.

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

41. 和光寺

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Wakoji is a temple of the Jodo sect in Kitahorie, Nishi -ku, Osaka. The mountain name is Mt. Hasuike. The principal is Zenkoji Shiki Amida Sanson. A nun is a priest. Settsu Kuni 88 places, No. 3 bill. The name of Amida Pond, known as Amida Pond, and is one of the north -south trunk roads in Osaka, is derived from our temple.

Wikipedia: 和光寺 (JA)

42. Sumiyoshi Taisha

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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

43. Mitsutera

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Mitsu-ji Temple is a quasi-separate main temple of the Shingon sect of the Omuro sect located in Shinsaibashi-suji, Chuo-ku, Osaka. The name of the mountain is Shippo Mountain. The main Buddha is the eleven-sided Kannon Bodhisattva. It faces Midosuji and is known locally as "Mitera-san" or "Minami no Kannon-san".

Wikipedia: 三津寺 (JA)

44. HanjoTei

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Tenma Tenjin Hanjotei is a vaudeville theater located in Tenjinbashi 2-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture. It is one of the fixed seats of Kamikata Rakugo, and performances of colorful arts such as comic books and folk songs are held every day, mainly rakugo. It is commonly known as "Shigechang-tei".

Wikipedia: 天満天神繁昌亭 (JA), Website

45. The Symphony Hall

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The Symphony Hall is Japan's first hall dedicated to classical music concerts, built as part of Asahi Broadcasting's 30th anniversary commemorative project, located in Oyodonan 2-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, Japan. It has received high praise both domestically and internationally in terms of acoustics.

Wikipedia: ザ・シンフォニーホール (JA)

46. 比売許曽神社

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Himesaso Shrine is a shrine located in Higashinari Ward, Osaka. The former company name is Murasha. It is one of the shrines of the Shikiuchi Meijin Taisha Shrine "Settsu Province Higashisei-gun Hiyori Kyoso Shrine (Shimoteru Hiso Shrine)" (the other shrine is Takatsunomiya Setsha and Hiyori Koso Shrine).

Wikipedia: 比売許曽神社 (JA)

47. Aleph Osaka Training Center

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Aleph Osaka Training Center

Aleph , better known by their former name 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

48. American Village

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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)

49. 赤留比売命神社

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Akudome Hyomi Shrine (Akari Hime Motojinja) is a shrine located in Hirano Higashi, Hirano -ku, Osaka. Akarome Hi Daigo is the main god. It is said that it had already existed in the middle of the Heian period because it was a Shikinai shrine described in the Enki Shiki Shinto Name Book.

Wikipedia: 赤留比売命神社 (JA)

50. Goryo Jinja Shrine

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Goryōjinja is a shrine located in Awaji-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka. The former company name was Fusha. In addition, the plaque of the front torii gate is written as Spirit Palace. Although our company is called the Spirit Shrine, it has nothing to do with the belief in the Holy Spirit.

Wikipedia: 御霊神社 (大阪市) (JA)

51. Abeno-jinja Shrine

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Abeno Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Abeno-ku, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Its main festival is held annually on January 24. It was founded in 1882, and enshrines the kami of Kitabatake Chikafusa and Kitabatake Akiie. It is one of the Fifteen Shrines of the Kenmu Restoration.

Wikipedia: Abeno Shrine (EN)

52. Tennoji Zoo

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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

53. 日本工芸館

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

Wikipedia: 日本工芸館 (JA)

54. Osaka Shochiku‑za

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

Wikipedia: 大阪松竹座 (JA), Website

55. Tempozan Ferris Wheel

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Tempozan Ferris Wheel is a 112 meter tall ferris wheel located in Osaka, Japan, at Tempozan Harbor Village, next to Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, one of the largest aquariums in the world. The wheel has a height of 112.5 metres (369 ft) and diameter of 100 metres (330 ft).

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56. 鵲森宮

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Kasasagi Morinomiya is a shrine located in the center of Morinomiya, Chuo-ku, Osaka. It is a Shikiuchi company, and the former company name is Fusha. It is commonly known as Morinomiya Shrine, and is the origin of the surrounding place names Morinomiya and Morinomiya.

Wikipedia: 鵲森宮 (JA)

57. Yoshimoto Manzai Theatre

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Yoshimoto Manzai Theatre

The Yoshimoto Manga Theater is a comedy theater that opened on December 1, 2014, which was open on December 1, 2014, which is before Namba, Chuo -ku, Osaka -shi, Osaka. Opposite Namba Grand Kagetsu, located on the 5th floor of the YES-NAMBA Building. Known as Mangeki.

Wikipedia: よしもと漫才劇場 (JA)

58. 綿業会館

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Mengyokaikan is a Renaissance -like building in Funaba, Chuo -ku, Osaka -shi, Osaka. Standing facing Mikashibashi. It was designated as a national important cultural property on December 25, 2003, and was certified in 2007 as a modernized industrial heritage.

Wikipedia: 綿業会館 (JA)

59. 鶴満寺

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Kakumanji Temple is a temple of the Tendai Shinsei sect located in Kita-ku, Osaka. The name of the mountain is Mt. Unmatsu. The honzon is Amitabha. Kannon-do is the third temple of the 33 places in the New West Country, and the main temple is Koyasu Kannon.

Wikipedia: 鶴満寺 (JA)

60. Honganji Temple Tsumura Betsuin

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Honganji Tsumura Betsuin is a temple of the Jodo Shinshu Honganji sect located in Honmachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka. A separate temple of Motoyama Nishi Honganji. The name of the mountain is Mt. Ryukoku. The honzon is Amitabha. It is commonly known as Kitamido.

Wikipedia: 本願寺津村別院 (JA)

61. 福島天満宮

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Fukushima Tenmangu is a shrine located in Fukushima 2-chome, Fukushima-ku, Osaka. The former company name is Murasha. It is also commonly referred to as "the god of heaven on Fukushima". One of the "25 Worship of the Suga Sacred Shrine" (the twelfth).

Wikipedia: 福島天満宮 (JA), Website

62. 国分寺

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Kokubun-ji (国分寺) is a Buddhist temple in Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It was founded in 655 during the reign of Empress Kōgyoku, and is affiliated with Shingon Buddhism. It is also known as Nagara Kokubun-ji (長柄国分寺).

Wikipedia: Kokubun-ji (Osaka) (EN)

63. Syoten-Ryokokuinn

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Ryotokuin is a temple of the Toji Shingon sect located in Fukushima-ku, Osaka. The name of the mountain is Mt. Ruyi. The main temple is the quasi-hu Kannon and the eleven-sided Kannon (Daisei Joy Heaven). It is popularly known as Urae Seiten.

Wikipedia: 了徳院 (JA)

64. 野田恵美須神社

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Noda Ebisu Shrine is a shrine located in Fukushima-ku, Osaka, Japan. (In the Osaka Prefectural Directory of Religious Corporations, Torii, and Hatsuki, it is simply written as "Ebisu Shrine", but it is usually called "Noda Ebisu Shrine.") )

Wikipedia: 野田恵美須神社 (JA)

65. Osaka Culturarium at Tempozan

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

Wikipedia: 大阪文化館・天保山 (JA)

66. 生國魂神社行宮

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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.

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67. 御幸森天神宮

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Miyukimori Tenjingu Shrine is a shrine located in Ikuno Ward, Osaka City (formerly Inokaino Village, Higashio District, Settsu Province). He enshrines Emperor Hitoku, Naohiko and Shinosaka Hiko, and is the chief deity of Inokai Nomura.

Wikipedia: 御幸森天神宮 (JA)

68. 湯木美術館

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Yuki Museum of Art opened in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan, in 1987. The collection, built up by Yuki Teiichi (湯木貞一) of kaiseki restaurant Kitchō fame, includes twelve Important Cultural Properties and three Important Art Objects.

Wikipedia: Yuki Museum of Art (EN)

69. The National Museum of Art, Osaka

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The National Museum of Art, Osaka 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.

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70. 天神社

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Ten-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Tamagawa, Fukushima Ward, Osaka City. It was ranked as a sonsha (village shrine) under the old shrine classification system. and it is commonly called the tenjin lower in Fukushima.

Wikipedia: 天神社 (大阪市福島区) (JA)

71. 心眼寺

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Shinganji Temple is a temple of the Pure Land sect located in Tennoji Ward, Osaka. The name of the mountain is Mt. Sanada. The honzon is Amitabha. The temple crest is the same sixpenny as the family crest of the Sanada family.

Wikipedia: 心眼寺 (JA)

72. 法清寺

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Hoseiji Temple is a Nichiren Buddhist temple located in Sonezaki, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan. The name of the mountain is Mt. Kwangchi. The former main temple is Kyoto Honmanji Temple, Ryugenkai. It is commonly known as a temple.

Wikipedia: 法清寺 (大阪市) (JA)

73. Fujita Art Museum

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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)

74. Osaka Prefectural Museum of Kamigata Comedy and Performing Arts

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Osaka Prefecture Kamigata Engei Shiryokan (commonly called Wach Kamigata) is a collection facility for Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka Prefecture) that is located in Naniwa Sennichi-mae, Chuo Ward, Osaka City. It opened in 1996.

Wikipedia: 大阪府立上方演芸資料館 (JA)

75. 東高津宮

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Higashi Takatsu-gu Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Higashi Takatsu-cho, Tennoji Ward, Osaka City. It was ranked as a sonsha (village shrine) under the old shrine classification system. It is also called Moto-Takatsu.

Wikipedia: 東高津宮 (JA)

76. Gallery Namban

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Gallery Namban

The Nanban Cultural Museum is a private museum located in Nakatsu 6-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture, with a collection of about 250 items including Nanban art and Christian relics from the early modern period.

Wikipedia: 南蛮文化館 (JA)

77. Ohmiya Shrine

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Omiya is a shrine located in the south of Ōdo, Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka. It is also called Omiya Shrine in the old name. In ancient times, it was called Zao Gongen, Ushizu Tenno, Omiya Daigongen, and Omiya Daimyojin.

Wikipedia: 大宮 (大阪市東淀川区) (JA)

78. 長久寺

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Chokuji Temple is a temple of Nichiren Buddhism located in Chuo-ku, Osaka. The name of the mountain is Mt. Daen. The main temple is one pagoda and two sons. Enshrine the Fukurokuju of the Seven Lucky Gods of Osaka.

Wikipedia: 長久寺 (大阪市) (JA)

79. Tamatsukuri Inari Shrine

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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)

80. 大阪市下水道科学館

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The Osaka City Sewerage Science Museum is a learning and exhibition facility related to sewage systems located in Konohana Ward, Osaka City. It is under the jurisdiction of the Osaka City Construction Bureau.

Wikipedia: 大阪市下水道科学館 (JA)

81. 西村捨三翁

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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)

82. Yasui-jinja Shrine

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Shrine of Angqu (やすじじゃ) and Shrine of the Temple of Tianwang, Osaka City. Old society, village house. The palace of Tianqi, Anjing Shrine and Shrine of Anyi. Nakada Xinhua is demanding the earth.

Wikipedia: 安居神社 (JA)

83. 南岳山 舎利尊勝寺

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Sharisonshoji Temple is a temple of the Yellow Wood sect located at 1-2-36 Shariji, Ikuno-ku, Osaka, Japan. The common name is Shariji, and the common name is also the place name of Ikuno Ward (Shariji).

Wikipedia: 舎利尊勝寺 (JA)

84. 大依羅神社

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The Shrine of the Great Eilo Shrine (おおよじじゃ) and the Shrine of Osaka City. Type of Internal Society (Name God's Association) and Old Social Council. Now the Shrine's Benqui-affiliated Shrine.

Wikipedia: 大依羅神社 (JA)

85. 三光神社

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Sankō Shrine is a Shinto shrine on a hill named Mt. Sanada in Tennōji-ku, Osaka, Japan. It is notable for being the possible location of a legendary tunnel used during the 17th century Siege of Osaka.

Wikipedia: Sankō Shrine (EN)

86. Kiyomizudera

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Kiyomizu -dera is a temple of Kazujong in Reincho, Tennoji -ku, Osaka. The mountain is Arisuyama. The principal is the eleven Sennote Kanzeon Bodhisattva. Wind of Wason Soho Motoyama Shitennoji Temple.

Wikipedia: 清水寺 (大阪市) (JA)


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