Highlights: The Namba Yasaka Shrine was founded so long ago that the exact age cannot be determined. But early records date from about 1069, when the ancient shrine guarded this area of Namba. After the Meiji Restoration, it was abandoned for a while due to the separation of gods and Buddhas. The main hall of the current shrine was rebuilt in May 1974. Held on the third Sunday of January every year, the Tsunayin Shinji Matsuri (Tug-of-War Shinto Matsuri) is a festival designated as an intangible folk culture by Osaka City. The most striking thing in the house is the huge lion hall facing the entrance. It is very shocking to greet the worshippers who enter the shrine with a big mouth with golden teeth. If you look closely, the mouth of the huge lion head is a stage, the eyes are lights, and the nose is a sound. Every year during the festival, wonderful performances are performed on this stage.
Highlights: Anju Shrine is located in Aizaka 1-chome, Tennoji District. In the 4th year of Changtai (901), Sugawara Michizane was banished to Dazaifu, and on the way to visit his aunt Joshouni who lived in Doming Temple in Hanoi, he stopped here to rest. At that time, the villagers who sympathized with Michizin gave him dessert, and in return, they received the Sugawara family's family crest "Plum Bowl". Anjuten Shrine was built by the villagers in the 5th year of Tenkei (942) after the death of Michizane to worship Michizane's undead. The monks of the local Shitennoji Temple sometimes live here in "Xiaanju" (no longer going out in the rainy season, and concentrate on practicing in the temple), and "Anjing" has become "annual residence". In the yard, there is the "Shenzhen Well", one of the seven famous waters of Tennoji Temple, which is said to have been drunk by Michizane. There is also a monument to Sanada Yukimura, who was defeated by Tokugawa during the Summer Battle of Osaka and died in the battle.
Highlights: Yuzuo Inari Shrine is a small shrine located in Osaka. Its guardian is in the shape of a jade, made of crystal or jade. There are also some relics about Toyotomi Hideyoshi and his son Laixiu in the temple.