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  • 2024年3月29日
  • 2024年3月29日

Unveiling Nagoya’s Past: A Guide to Osu Kannon Templ

A Historical Gem in the Heart of the City One of Nagoya’s most iconic landmarks, Osu Kannon Temple, boasts a rich history dating back to 1333. Originally built in nearby Hashima, the temple found its current home in 1612 under the orders of shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, during the construction of Nagoya Castle. Now surrounded by modern skyscrapers and bustling shopping arcades, Osu Kannon Temple remains a captivating link to Nagoya’s illustrious past. A Legacy of Faith and Beauty Tragically destroyed during World War II bombings, the temple you see today is a vibrant reconstruction completed in 1970. With its striking red pillars and beams, it stands out as one of the most visually arresting temples in the area. Dedicated to Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of […]

  • 2024年3月27日
  • 2024年4月1日

Cherry Blossom Viewing in Nagoya City 2024

Spring is finally here, and that means it’s time for cherry blossom viewing, or hanami (花見)! Nagoya City is home to many beautiful cherry blossom spots, making it a great place to enjoy this springtime tradition. Here are some of the best places to see cherry blossoms in Nagoya City: 1. Nagoya Castle Nagoya Castle is one of the most popular cherry blossom spots in Nagoya City. The castle grounds are home to over 1,000 cherry trees, which create a stunning display of pink and white blossoms. 2. Tsuruma Park Tsuruma Park is another popular cherry blossom spot in Nagoya City. The park is home to over 750 cherry trees, which line the banks of a river and create a beautiful tunnel of blossoms. 3. […]