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Amazing castle with huge museum. Great place to learn about the history of Osaka during the early times. The design of the castle itself is stunning. The interior was great and the view from the top floor was jaw dropping.
Osaka Castle Park opened in 1931 and covers an area of 106.7 hectare. Osaka Castle Park is colorfully embellished. You can see about 600 cherry trees, including someiyoshino in Nishinomaru Garden. About 95 kinds of Japanese apricot flowers,1250 trees in total bloom in Ume Grove, and in…
Osaka castle was built as a display of power by Toyotomi Hideyoshi after he achived his unifying Japan. It takes 3years by 100,000 workers. It was destroyed in 1615 and built as replica.
This is a Japan's historical place. Around that a very large park spreads out. So you will be able to spend it leisurely.
〜Osaka Castle〜 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. www.osakacastle.net/english/
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