52 items found for "Historical Building (Inc. Cultural Properties)"
Osaka Castle Main Keep
An Osaka symbol standing 55 meters tall with 5 tiers and 8 interior floors, the main keep of Osaka Castle feat(...)
A symbol of Naniwa, also known as the Eiffel Tower of Osaka. On the 5th floor, there is an observatory with a (...)
Tomb of Emperor Nintoku (Daisen Kofun)
Japan's largest keyhole-shaped tomb, measuring 486m in length, this tumulus is encircled by a sightseeing walk(...)
Hamaderakoen Station Building
This station was designed by Tatsuno Kingo (1854–1919), the architect behind Tokyo Station and Osaka’s Central(...)
This earthen pagoda (“doto” in Japanese) was constructed to the southeast of the main hall of Ono-dera Temple,(...)
Together with its history as a temple associated with Shugendo (a syncretic form of Buddhism), Seigaku-in is a(...)
Old Sakai Lighthouse
Watched over the Osaka Bay for more than a century. The hexagon-shaped lighthouse is one of the oldest wooden (...)
Originally built in 1932 as a bank, these freestanding restaurants occupy a historical building. Guests will f(...)
Kyu-Sakuranomiya Kokaido Hall
Reopened in April 2013 after interior renovations, this hall is Osaka's oldest example of Western-style archit(...)
Ganko Hiranogo Yashiki
The tranquil atmosphere of the premises makes you forget you are in Osaka. Try a relaxing visit to this tradit(...)
This lock was built to allow ships to pass from the Yodogawa and Ogawa rivers, which differ in water height.
It was built on July 1st in 1927 by Shibakawa Matashiro who was born in this house and ran Karamono quotient ((...)
Takihata Furusato Bunkazai no Mori Culture Center
The history of the Takihata region still remains here along the banks of the dam.