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Former Nakanishi Family Estate,Moriguchi Museum of History【1】Okubo-cho, Moriguchi City 【2】Town-Kuru community bus (circle microbus) from Keihan Furukawabashi Sta. to Moriguchi-Rekishikan bus stop 【3】10:00–17:00 (the entrance closes at 16:30.) 【4】Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, December 29 to January 3 【5】Adults: 200 yen; High school and university students: 150 yen; Elementary and junior high school students: 100 yen * entrance fee only. * Those residing, working, or attending a school in Moriguchi City with a handicapped person’s passbook (including caregivers): Free ☎06-6903-3601This shrine has long been a place of veneration of a deity who cures dembo (tumors and boils). The sando (the approach to the shrine), lined with fortune-telling booths, food shops, kampo (traditional Chinese medicine) shops and eateries, is also popular among visitors.Ishikiri-Tsurugiya Jinja Shrine【1】Higashiishikiri-cho, Higashiosaka City 【2】Kintetsu Line: Ishikiri or Shin-Ishikiri Sta. 【3】8:00–11:30, 13:00–15:30 * until 16:30 from July to September (prayer) ☎072-982-3621This temple is venerated as a place of prayer for trafc safety. Apart from the main building, there is a Kitoden (prayer hall) designated for trafc safety, where 100 vehicles and their drivers and passengers can be prayed for at a single time. Each year, the temple is visited by 200,000 vehicles and two million worshippers.【1】Naritanishi-machi, Neyagawa City 【2】Keihan Line: Korien Sta.☎072-833-8881Kyuhoji Jinaicho is a historical town that has developed since the Warring States Period (1467–1568). You can gain a real sense of history as you wander around, observing the white walls, mushiko windows (ultra-ne lattice windows), and grid-pattern alleys.Kyuhoji Jinaicho【1】Kyuhoji, Yao City 【2】JR Line: Kyuhoji Sta.; Kintetsu Line: Kyuhojiguchi Sta.☎072-924-6371Wi-F iDuring the Nozaki Mairi event held in May, the sando (the approach to Nozakikannon) becomes crowded with over 100 fair stalls and throngs of worshippers. The grounds of the temple contain a twin burial mound in memory of Osome and Hisamatsu, the two leading characters of a famous joruri puppet play.Nozaki Kannon(Jigenji Temple)【1】Nozaki, Daito City 【2】JR Line: Nozaki Sta. 【3】9:00–15:30 (prayer) ☎072-876-2324A shrine dedicated to the renowned samurai Kusunoki Masatsura, who was active as one of the military leaders of the Southern Dynasty and was defeated in this area by the Ashikaga army. Located at the foot of Mt. Iimori in the Ikoma Mountain Range, the shrine commands a panoramic view of Osaka Plain.Shijonawate Jinja Shrine【1】Minamino, Shijonawate City 【2】JR Line: Shijonawate Sta.【3】From sunrise to sunset (gate opening hours); 9:00–17:00 (sale of shrine items) ☎072-876-0044Naritasan-Fudoson Temple【1】Taiheiji, Kashiwara City 【2】Kintetsu Line: Ando Sta. ☎072-971-0042 (City Attraction Enhancement Department)The Taiheiji Temple area is blessed with historical resources and nature. It has a lot to offer tourists, including rows of old folk houses lining the sides of both stone pavements, and beautiful agricultural panoramas of vineyards extending over small hills. At a winery, visitors can learn the history of the area’s wine production, which has endured for over 100 years, and enjoy wine tasting.Historical streetscape of the Taiheiji Temple areahills. At a winery, visitors can learn the history of the area’s wine production, which English, Chinese, KoreanY-1X-3X-1Y-2Y-2Y-2Y-3One of a very few samurai houses that have remained as they were since the Edo Period (1600–1868). The main building was rebuilt for the second time in 1793, and the Nagaya-mon gate (outer gate) was rebuilt in 1776.*【1】Address 【2】Trafc 【3】Hours 【4】Holidays 【5】FeesEnglish, Chinese, Korean, etc.57English, Chinese, KoreanKita, NakanoshimaMinamiTennoji, AbenoOsaka-joBay AreaSouthern OsakaNorthern OsakaEastern Osaka

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