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Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

Date 11_23_2009

Walking around downtown Osaka, Tenno-ji area.
去年の11月に天王寺ウォークを言う企画がありまして、界隈を散歩してきました。
といってもこの辺りは普段から良く歩く所なので、そんなに珍しくはなかったのですが。。。

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09
Shitennoji Temple
四天王寺

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09
Christmas at Tenno-ji zoo
天王寺動物園のクリスマスの飾り。


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大阪芸大の環境学科が描いた様です。うまいね。
Painted by Osaka Art University Environmental Design


あらいぐま

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

The ruin of Samurai was fighting during the war, 1615 year, Toyotomi era, when he was living at the Osaka castle.
大阪夏の陣の跡地。

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09
天王寺公園から通天閣をみる。
Osaka Tower.

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

慶沢園への入り口。(中からのショット)
Keitakuen Japanese garden

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09
Water Fall!!

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09

From Tennoji Walk, 11_23_09
Looking at the reflection of Osaka City Museum.
池に写る大阪市立美術館をみていた。


A Gate of the Samurai Kuroda house.
旧黒田藩屋敷長屋門(門だけ残っていて、大阪市立美術館からの出口になっている。)




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