Kuchinawazaka 0

Let's find more about history of Osaka on Uemachidaichi's hill road. The temple where ancient people sleep calmly and a monument of the writer who loved Osaka.

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Shingon-zaka in Tennnouji-ku,Osaka,Gensho-zaka, Kuchinawa-zaka, Aizen-zaka,Kiyomizu-zaka, Tenjin-zaka,O-saka. These 7 slopes are called Tennouji Nanasaka. (the Seven Slopes of Tennoji)The Kuchinawa-zaka is said that looks like a snake when you see a rugged path from the bottom of the slope. Also, this is the place where Osaka castle was started streching a rope. There is a monument for a writer/Oda Sakunosuke that is engraved a passage from his novel/Ki no Miyako. There are graveyards for an astronomical calendar's scholar/Asada Goryu and a painter/Tanomura chikuden at Jyosyunji temple, and for a doctor/Kitayama Jyuan who succeeded in Edo perid at Taiheiji temple. Alos, there is a memorial tower for a poet/Basho at Baikyu-in temple.

  • Location

    〒 543-0076 2 Shimoderacho through Yuhigaokacho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka
  • Directions

    3-minute walk from Shitennoji-mae Yuhigaoka station on the Osaka Metro Tanimachi Line
  • Tel

    06-6774-9910 (Osaka City Tennoji-ku Ward Office Coordinate Planning)
  • Fax

    06-6772-4904
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