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Located near Tenjinbashi-suji shopping street, this place is very quiet but beautiful, A worth place to visit after you shopped around Tenjinbashi-suji shopping street. The closest station to Tenmangu Shrine is Minamimorimachi Station on the Tanimachi and Sakaisuji Subway Lines and Osaka Temmangu Station on...More
I was staying in a hotel not far from Osaka Tenmangu Shrine and had a couple hours in the afternoon to explore the area and neighborhood so I visited the shrine. Osaka Tenmangu Shrine, founded in the 10th century, is one of the most important...More
One of the three biggest festivals in Japan, Tenjin Festival's organizer .
God of academics, to serve Sugawara Michizane. It is crowded with people who pray to God to pass university and high school entrance examination. From the fact that Sugawara Mamo loved plums, the...More
We visited Osaka Castle, and then walked to Tenjimbashisuji Shopping Street. It’s not near but we like to walk. On our way to the shopping street we stopped by the temple.
It’s not a big temple, but it was the first temple we visited in...More
This shrine is enshrining the god of study, but the head shrine is in Fukuoka prefecture and this is the shrine for that part. The main pavilion was simple, wooden rustic and solid. The decoration of the zodiac sign sculptured at delicate work decorated on...More
Midway into shopping in Japan's longest shopping arcade , one can take a detour into a side street to visit the shrine and have a feel of Shinto. While the place is not that big , it pays to know that the place is an...More
There are many Tenmangu in Japan, and here in Osaka there is also one. This shrine is also famous for Tenjin Matsuri festival, which takes place at the end of July every year. Compared with Tenmangu of Kyoto or that of Dazaifu, this shrine is...More