Shitennoji temple well worth a visit nice to see work in progress to keep it up. I enjoyed my visit.
About Shitennoji Temple
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The location is easy to go by walking, just 10 minutes walking from the Tenoji station. This temple is peaceful and you can freely walk around the buildings. There is entry ticket, it's cheap and if you don't want to go inside, just walk and...More
My local shrine is something that people visiting the tennoji area should definitely check out. If visiting during special days or festivals expect this place to be very busy. Watch the people take park in their prayers and made a wish yourself.
This shrine is very near Tennoji. Pretty shrine with many buildings and a walled up main compound with a pagoda...paid entry only to the walled up area. My take is that it is difficult to take a good shot of the pagoda within the walled...More
Shitennou means "The Four Heavenly Kings", so this is the temple (-ji) of the four high traditional deities in Osaka. One may say is the biggest and most relevant temple in town, or one of the most important ones at least. Apart from the temple...More
It was like you are in a period movie in an old Japan era. There was a flea market when I went there where merchants sells their old wares. Patrons were mostly locals, I think I was the only gaijin that time. I really love...More
We heard about the Temple and knew a festival was going on as well. The parade was the highlight as the gold shrines and mini gold temples the guys were carrying were so shiny and interesting. There was loud music, drums, and chanting while the...More