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Shitennoji Temple
Osaka Shitennoji is the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan and one of Osaka's main landmarks. It was built in 593 AD and has a history of more than 1,400 years. The temple is dedicated to the Salvation Bodhisattva and the Four Kings. It is the tallest and most majestic building out of the Buddhist temples. Although it is the most famous Buddhist temple in Osaka, there are relatively few tourists at the Shitennoji Temple as compared to the Kiyomizu-dera Temple and the Kinkaku-ji Temple in Kyoto.  There is an environment in the courtyard that is not invaded by the world. The most beautiful time in the Sitianwang Temple is at twilight. At this time, the whole temple is more solemn and magnificent. Despite the war and natural disasters, Sitian Temple still maintains its historical features. Its temple architecture is deeply influenced by China. There are many celebrations every year, including Doya-Doya Festival, Holy Spirit Society and Wandawang Temple Wasso. These fully demonstrate the status of this ancient traditions even in the millennium.
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Tempozan Giant Ferris Wheel
The Tianbaoshan Ferris Wheel used to be the world's largest Ferris wheel. It overlooks the sea, the distant mountains and the entire city of Osaka from a high altitude. You can also see the Rokko Mountain in Kobe from the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge across the sea. The Ferris wheel has two types of compartments, one with a transparent floor and another with a non-transparent floor. There are only four transparent floor boxes so there is a line for those, while you can usually get to ride in the non-transparent floor boxes directly. The diameter of the Ferris Wheel is about 100 meters, and when it is lit up at night, it forms a beautiful pattern that creates a very romantic atmosphere.
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America Mura
There is an American village near Shinsaibashi, Osaka, Japan, where the buildings and street decorations are filled with American street styles of the 1960s and 1970s. There aren’t many Chinese tourists who visit this American Village. You will find more Japanese and European people here as you walk the streets. This "village" is a place that young people like, and there are many items imported from the United States. In addition, there are many authentic restaurants and coffee shops. There are also some flagship stores of well-known brands in the neighbourhood. It is convenient if you want to shop or have a bite to eat. Like other parts of Japan, the American village's goods are basically clearly priced, so you know how much tax you need to pay. There are many creative statues in the American village, such as skateboarding ladies, three or four-story slender villains, and so on. If you are traveling to Osaka, and have some time to spare, go to the American village and have a taste of the American Village. It is also a good experience.
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Osaka Castle
Osaka is one of the three famous cities in Japan, and the Osaka Castle is very well known. It was built in 1583 by the famous Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who is well known in Japanese history. Toyotomi Hideyoshi had a fight with Tokugawa Ieyasu as he did not recognize him as a capable general. He felt that capable people were more ambitious. Toyotomi Hideyoshi was able to suppress Tokugawa Ieyasu when he was alive. After the death of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the conflict between the Tokugawa clan and the Toyotomi clan intensified.  Later, Tokugawa Ieyasu launched two campaigns in summer and winter. He defeated the Toyotomi clan, and destroyed Osaka Castle. In 1620, however, the second generation general of Tokugawa Shogun, Tokugawa Hideto, rebuilt the "surrounded city". The core building of Osaka Castle is the castle tower in the centre of the city. It looks like five floors, but there are actually eight floors. The top floor of the castle tower overlooks the bustling city of Osaka. From its appearance, the architectural style of the castle tower and the main building of Kumamoto Castle and Nagoya City are printed like a mould. The Tengwang Pavilion in Nanchang, Jiangxi is also very similar, once again confirming the historical statement that Japanese culture originated from Chinese culture.
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Osaka Children's Park Breakfast, Mom made a simple porridge noodle at the B&B, Miss Fu is amused by the bare feet running around the house, occasionally sitting quietly and tearing the sticker story book, every trip Miss Fu is very different. After breakfast, head to @ to accompany the proposed Osaka Childrens Park, which is only one subway station away. It is said that it will welcome more than 400,000 tourists from all over the world every year. It is better to say that it is a veritable name. A large museum with the theme of children's education. There are various facilities such as folk customs, children's play, traditional costumes and even professional experience centers. You can also observe the habits of creatures in close quarters, etc., and they are very patient grandparents. Osaka Children's Park is not just for entertainment, but also for children to learn. At the beginning, I was worried that Miss Fu would be too small to be hit by someone. Later, I proved that I was worried about it. The children played very orderly and knew how to be polite. As a mother, the most interesting thing is a five-storey colored castle like a labyrinth. Its true. I am wearing a yellow and white match. Its good for taking pictures. However, its a photography technique. It is. Here, if you have enough time, you can play for another day. Name: Osaka Children's Park kids plaza osaka Suitable age: 1-10 years old Transportation: Take the Osaka Subway Sakae Line and get off at "Saramachi Station". Exit 2 is a few minutes walk.
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