The Library of Rizhong Island in Osaka Prefecture is a must-see place for a stroll across the island. The Sumitomo family began to use Osaka as a base for its industrial development in the Edo era. In Meiji 37 (1904), the 15th generation of Sumitomo family heirs donated the construction and purchase fees of the library, thus establishing the library. At that time, its name was "Osaka Library" and later it was renamed "Osaka Prefecture Rizhong Island Library".
If you have a leisure afternoon, you can come to Zhongzhi Island to pass the time. The building of Zhongzhi Island belongs to the Japanese-Western Wall, which is very characteristic. The Rizhongdao Library of Osaka Prefecture, which opened in 1904, is an important cultural property in Japan and can be photographed.
The magnificent library feels very different from the Japanese architectural style and is more modern.
The library is very large, the collection of books is very complete and the environment is good.
The library is very large, the classification of books is very clear, it is easy to find the books you want.
In this quiet environment, I can enjoy the whole day alone.