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Scenery Around Shitenno-ji in Osaka

Heading south in Osaka, you can find a temple built in the Baekje architectural style called “Shitenno-ji.” This temple was established by Prince Shotoku, who embraced Buddhism from Baekje.

“Scenery Around Shitenno-ji in Osaka”

The surroundings of Shitenno-ji in Osaka offer a somewhat different atmosphere from the bustling areas of Dotonbori and Namba, which can be considered the central districts of Osaka. Perhaps due to the dense residential areas, you can experience the tranquil ambiance of a quieter neighborhood.

It emanates the unique sensibilities of Japan, with well-maintained old buildings contributing to its distinctive charm.

“A Street Where Many Students Can Be Seen”

While exploring the streets around Shitenno-ji and taking photos, I noticed a significant number of students, even on a Saturday afternoon around noon. Despite the time, there were many students walking around in their school uniforms.

Although not particularly extraordinary, I captured some simple yet charming scenes of the surroundings of Shitenno-ji in photographs.

“Scenery Around Shitenno-ji, Osaka, Japan”

  • Address: 3-2 Yuhigaokacho, Tennōji-ku, Ōsaka-shi, Ōsaka-fu 543-0074, Japan
  • Note: The address corresponds to “Shitennojimae Yuhigaoka Station,” which is near Shitenno-ji.