A very nice place to visit with family and friends. Entry fee 600 yen. A good place to understand Japanese history Culture and their dominance.
1. Osaka City Park (open all day) The whole city of Osaka is divided into inner city, middle city and outer city (i.e. Ben Wan, Er Zhi Wan and San Zhi Wan). The magnificent gate, the tall and steep city wall and the two broad moats inside and outside are magnificent. No other ancient Japanese city can compare with it. Especially the 12-kilometer-long city wall on the moat, which is made of a large number of megalithic stones, is extremely strong, making Osaka a golden city. Osaka City Park is located in the center of Osaka. Its landmark landscape is Tianshouge Pavilion in Osaka City. There are also Xizhiwan Garden and Merlin Garden, which can enjoy the flowers of the four seasons. Public facilities such as soft baseball stadium, field concert hall, football and football stadium are also complete. Osaka City Park is full of vegetation, and there are groups of tourists every flowering season. Osaka City Park is surrounded by various vegetation in four seasons. Many trees are planted, mainly Sakurai Sakurai in dyeing well. There are about 600 cherry blossoms in Xizhiwan Garden, and night cherry can be enjoyed in spring. There are about 1270 plum blossoms in Merlin, amounting to 100 varieties. There are also peach orchards in the north, beautiful reminiscent forests with red leaves, etc. surrounded by magnificent forests around Osaka City, whose four seasons of different scenery make tourists intoxicated. Stone placanticles and moats are the symbols of Tokugawa Dabancheng's solid and golden soup. The moat is 70-90 metres wide, with stony plains on both sides, which can be seen everywhere higher than 20 metres. Visitors marvel at the magnificence of the building. Special tips 1. Tianshouge has night lighting, the time is sunset - 23:00, you can enjoy another flavor of Osaka City. 2. The Tianshou Cabinet has introductory materials in Chinese, English and Korean. Some exhibits are equipped with English explanations. Only the second floor has toilets. 3. Around Osaka City Park, there are NHK Osaka Release Bureau, Osaka History Museum, Nampo Palace Heritage Park, Mint Museum (one of Osaka's famous places for rewarding cherry). On the way to Tianshou Pavilion, there are also people who have set up a tent early along the moat river. They feel that all the scenery is around the gate of Tianshou Pavilion. After many rounds, fortunately, we have a one-day ticket. We don't need to queue up. We sweep tickets directly and save hours of queuing time. When I went out, I met some people dressed in officer's clothes. They all said it was romantic to eat cherry blossom restricted food under the cherry tree. I also tried to eat cherry blossom dumplings. When I saw others drinking tea and beer, my husband and I were moved again. When you are full of wine and food, you will continue to visit Osaka City. Many restaurants and small shops outside this building are on the lawn. Many local people have picnics on the ground. There is a strong wind in the garden. White cherry blossoms are falling like rain in pink. I like this wall structure to continue drinking tea and beer.
Osaka City Park is a major scenic spot in Osaka, Japan. Whether it is a self-help tour or a group tour, this scenic spot is a must. The park is located in the downtown of Osaka. We go there by bus. It's also convenient. There is a large parking lot nearby. Because the park covers a large area, there are several subway stations around it, so you can choose a good subway station to get off according to your needs. Osaka City Park does not accept admission tickets, but the price of tickets to visit Tianshou Pavilion is 600 yen. Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 (after 16:30 can not enter the library). From the parking lot into the park, you can see the moat and the wall along the way. The whole ancient city is well protected. There are many kinds of trees in the park, including the famous cherry blossom trees. Although it is early spring, the branches have not yet blossomed. The weather is a bit cold. The branches stretching into the sky show a kind of backbone beauty and embellish the vicissitudes of the city wall. Presumably, if cherry blossoms are in full bloom, the environment will be excellent and become a rare oasis in the city. There aren't many visitors to the park. It feels good to walk in it. In addition to the city wall moat, Osaka City is the Skyguard Pavilion in the center of the ancient city. Its main building is magnificent. Its appearance structure is superimposed, and it feels more exquisite. It highlights the national characteristics. From a distance, the visual effect is very good. Its color is also the green that we seldom see, but it is very unique. You can visit the whole city of Osaka when you go to Tianshouge. If you want to take a picture with Tianshouge as the background, you might as well go to the edge of the park, where there is a pond with reflection, the whole picture feels good. In the front square of Tianshou Pavilion, people set up stalls to perform acrobatics, and took pictures in ancient costumes. Octopus pellets are sold at the park's exit for eight fees of 500 yen. It really tastes good.
The park is beautiful, you can see the Osaka castle from every corner of the park. We were lucky, because some of the powder rooms and and guarding towers points were specially open to public open to visit. The architecture of the castle itself is more impressive from the outside, however there’s a good exhibit which guide you the history of the building.
App "in the transfer case" can clearly find the right traffic plan, but I use the Osaka Tour Card, JR Line can not be free ride, so transfer from Nampo Station to the Subway to Koizumi Sidingmu Station and walk to Osaka City Park. The station is the Osaka Museum of History. Tourist cards can also enter Osaka City Park free of charge. Osaka is a symbol of Osaka. It is also a very popular place to appreciate cherry trees. I came here several years ago and reported that I would like to try again at last to see if the cherry blossoms in Osaka are blooming. Fortunately, God also loved me very much, and finally let me see this lost Japanese Cherry Blossom before the final departure. Osaka City was built in the 16th century by Hideki Toyoshi, a magnificent stone wall. Among Osaka City, which is famous for its Sakura resort, perhaps the most famous one is the West Maru Garden. You can visit the garden free of charge with a travel card and walk into the courtyard. There are cherry trees on both sides. Unfortunately, they haven't opened yet. It is said that the cherry blossoms here are mainly dyed well Yoshino. When the flowers blossom, they are surrounded by a pale pink. There is no cherry blossom under the tree, visitors sit cross-knee, if the pink cherry blossom at this time, the picture must be very beautiful. Far from seeing a cherry tree with pink flowers in full bloom, a feeling of excitement, quickly ran forward, do not know whether it is poor tourists or poor cherry blossoms, a cherry tree only opened some of the unopened cherry trees under the people gathered to take pictures of weeping willow-like cherry blossoms although only part of the blossom, three-thirds of the blossom, with more buds, but there is a kind of desire to speak with a different taste. At last, I saw some Japanese cherry blossoms. I was in a good mood and climbed Tianshouge with the warm sun. The Tianshou Pavilion, which stands in the center of Osaka City, is the main building of Osaka City. It is magnificent and encrusted with copper and gold plating. It was once called the "Unmatched City" in the Warring States Period of Japan. It has strong Japanese architectural characteristics. Osaka City Tianshouge is one of the three famous cities in Japan. It was built by Hideki Toyoshi during the Warring States Period. It has been burned down many times. Now the buildings we see are rebuilt by Osaka citizens after World War II. Adult fares are 600 yen, free of charge with a travel card. Today, the interior of Tianshou Pavilion is mainly a museum and a viewing platform. There are various exhibitions on different floors to introduce the history of Osaka City to tourists. The viewing platform is on the eighth floor, from which you can have a 360-degree view of the city of Osaka. The air in the park is very fresh. No matter where you are, you can always see the beautiful pruned pine trees. There are more and more tourists. Yes, it is also one of the most important scenic spots for every tourist group. Hurry up and shine.
Osaka City Park is Osaka's landmark building with history, culture and historic sites. Especially Osaka City, built in 1586, which is one of the three major castles in Japan, was built by Hideki Toyoshi, a famous general in ancient Japan. Osaka City, with a long history, is made of magnificent stone walls. In the center of the park, the main building of Osaka City - Tianshouge, magnificent, bronzed and gilded, is very spectacular. Osaka has inner and outer cities and moats, and there is a small lake on the side of Tianshou Pavilion, which is the best place to shoot Tianshou Pavilion. Up to the five-story and eight-step Tianshou Pavilion, you can see the whole city of Osaka (unfortunately, with group tours, there is no time to go upstairs). In addition, there is a wall in Osaka City Park, which is built by boulders from all over the country. The largest one is 59.43 square meters, weighing 108 tons. There are also Shangmashi, Millennium Well and so on.