58 items found for "Sakai City, Senboku Area"
Agora Beer Garden
Customers can enjoy their beer even more in a sophisticated space offering gourmet food, only available at a h(...)
Good-BBQ Oizumi Ryokuchi Park
Invitation to a BBQ in a green filled park, enjoy the seasonal colors.
Sakai Knife and Tea Ceremony
Sakai, a city south of Osaka, has played an important role in shaping Japan. During the Sengoku era (1467-1603(...)
Tomb of Emperor Nintoku (Daisen Kofun)
Japan's largest keyhole-shaped tomb, measuring 486m in length, this tumulus is encircled by a sightseeing walk(...)
21st Floor Observation Lobby, Sakai City Hall
Eighty meters above the earth, this observation lobby offers an unbroken view across the entirety of Sakai cit(...)
Hamaderakoen Station Building
This station was designed by Tatsuno Kingo (1854–1919), the architect behind Tokyo Station and Osaka’s Central(...)
chachamo kids club Japan
Japanese cultural experiences for kids to enjoy while parents dine or shop.
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 (...)
Hagiwara Shrine Ebisu Matsuri Festival
The Ebisu deified at Hagiwara Shrine's auxiliary shrine is known as the god of commerce. The Ebisu Festival is(...)
Hagiwara Shrine Naki Sumo Crying Sumo
Hagiwara's main god, Nomi-no-Sukune, is known as the father of sumo wrestling and an ancestor of Sugawara-no-M(...)
Hagiwara Shrine Akimatsuri Autumn Festival
Hagiwara Shrine's grand festival, held on October 12th, gives thanks for the abundant autumn harvest.
Otori Taisha Grand Shrine
Otori Taisha Grand Shrine is one of the five Izumi Go-sha, and the most important shrine in Izuminokuni.
Hamadera Park Rose Garden
Hamadera Park is one of the oldest prefectural parks in Osaka. In the rose park, 300 varieties and 6,500 roots(...)