Osaka Castle is a Japanese castle in Chūō-ku, Osaka. 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.
Travel Inspiration for Japan - Amazing View of Osaka Castle with Sakura Blossom in Osaka, Japan 19 Reasons to Love Japan, an Unforgettable Travel Destination
Amazing View of Osaka Castle with Sakura Blossom in Osaka, Japan | 19 Reasons to Love Japan, an Unforgettable Travel Destination
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Gion, Kyoto Gion is Kyoto's most famous geisha district, located in the city center around Shijo Avenue between Yasaka Shrine in the east and the Kamo River in the west. This is where you're likely to see a real life Geisha heading to work.
The Shinsekai district in Osaka, Japan. The word ‘Shinsekai’ means a ‘new world’ in Japanese, but what the place offers is an old world nostalgia of post-World War II Japan, with its old shops, Japanese street-food restaurants with traditional lanterns an
Fountain by Isamu Noguchi for the 1970 Osaka World Expo. This was one of nine fountains he designed for the Expo. “One day…I had a vision: I saw the Earth as sculpture.” Noguchi often said that the space around a thing is as important as the thing itself.
Japan’s Nakasendo Walk. Photography by Kevin Kelly. The Nakasendo is an old road in Japan that connects Kyoto to Tokyo - it was once a major foot highway. I want to back pack Tokyo to Kyoto make it happen!