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Osaka Prefecture, Japan

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Osaka Castle

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Osaka Castle is a 3.88 km route located near Osaka Prefecture, Japan. This route features historic site and city walk, and is rated as easy.Dogs can use this route.Use the Pacer App to download offline maps and enjoy walking!
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# The park is free, for walking. # Park's History: Osaka (Õsaka) is Japan's second largest metropolitan area after Tokyo. It has been the economic powerhouse of the Kansai region for many centuries. Osaka was formerly known as Naniwa. Before the Nara Period, when the capital used to be moved with the reign of each new emperor, Naniwa was once Japan's capital city, the first one ever known. In the 16th century, Toyotomi Hideyoshi chose Osaka as the location for his castle, and the city may have become Japan's political capital if Tokugawa Ieyasu had not terminated the Toyotomi lineage after Hideyoshi's death and moved his. government to distant Edo (Tokyo).

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Osaka Castle Park

Osaka Castle Park

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Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle

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Fall of Osaka Castle

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Osaka Prefecture

Osaka Prefecture (大阪府, Ōsaka-fu) is a prefecture located in the Kansai region on Honshu, the main island of Japan. The capital is the city of Osaka. It is the center of Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto area. Osaka is one of the two "urban prefectures" (府, fu) of Japan, Kyoto being the other (Tokyo became a "metropolitan prefecture", or to, in 1941).

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