The most interesting thing is the life of General Hideki Fukushi, who led the construction of Tianshou Pavilion on the 7th floor. The lifetime of Hideki Fukushi's legend is vividly introduced in the form of holographic projection. The other is the permanent exhibition on the 3rd and 4th floor. There are books, armor of warriors and so on. Photography is not allowed. The second floor is the bathroom and the experience photography room. You can take pictures with the warrior's hat and sword. Tianshouge is supposed to be the most iconic building in Kansai. He can be seen in many promotional leaflets of Japan. Tianshou Pavilion was the residence of Fukushi Xiuji in the shogunate era, which was later burned down. Now you can see that it was rebuilt in the 1950s!!
It's a landmark building in Osaka City Park. I think there are many attics in Japan. They are very beautiful. There are many foreigners to punch in, Europe, South Korea, Japan and so on. There are only so many languages that I can distinguish between China and Thailand. Young and old people come to visit is a comparative Park suitable for leisure, punching and tourist destination. I came in late April with only a little cherry blossoms. Japanese gardens are quite distinctive. The whole garden is more leisure, and then only the viewing platform above Tianshou Pavilion needs 500 yuan, 500 yen for a person. It has a panoramic view of Osaka. Originally, I wanted to go there, but I thought the weather was not good, and then the trip was tight, so there was no way to go. I went from Osaka Station to the subway. Osaka Station is really too big. It almost turned me astray.
[2. Tianshouge] The people queuing for tickets at Tianshouge Gate have been around for many times. Fortunately, we do not need to queue for one-day tickets. We sweep tickets directly and save hours of queuing time. There are a lot of people who will introduce the elevators in Jilu City, one of the three famous cities, in the next few days. We will go up and visit the small theatre on the first floor one by one. Five programs of Hideki and Osaka City will be shown once, each for five minutes, with subtitles in Japanese, English, Korean and Chinese. _Second floor_shows the original size replica_-pocket feather weaving test-wear experience (500 yen per person)Osaka City restoration model_3-4th floor many Ukiyo paintings_5th floor (if sitting on the elevator, it is also sitting on this floor)Various flags_miniature summer battle sixth floor is the corridor, forbidden to enter the interior_7;7; The prospecting platform on the eighth floor of Tai Ge Records overlooks the beautiful scenery from 50 meters above the ground. The magnificent scenery of Osaka City and Osaka Street is at a glance. _Climb down one layer at a time, take a look at some of your favorite floors, and finally go back to the first floor, art shop. Everywhere I go, I buy local refrigeratory stickers and delicacies.
Osaka Tianshou Pavilion is an important cultural and monumental heritage of Osaka, but by contrast, Osaka Tianshou Pavilion has no Nagoya Tianshocked, free travel cards, tourists without travel cards, to buy additional tickets (600 yen), it is very worthwhile! Smart, we use travel cards. It's very convenient to enter Tianshou Pavilion. There are eight floors in it. The first floor starts with some exhibitions or other items. I don't understand them anyway, but I'm not very interested in further understanding. I went to the eighth floor by walking around. From the eighth floor, visitors can see part of Osaka City. Although there are many tourists here, they are still within acceptable scope. The continuous management of relevant Japanese units is relatively appropriate and worth learning.
The subway station will arrive after a long walk. It is possible to go early. There are not many people in the same line. When you enter the park, there will be more people. Three layers inside and three layers outside, finally in front of Benzu, is really beautiful. There are some items and videos on display, as well as clothes that can be rented and worn. The souvenirs downstairs are beautiful. It's a pity not to buy them.
Osaka Tianshouge, the city landmark of Osaka, Japan, and its builder, Hideki Toyoshi, are the only representatives of the Japanese history "the prince will have a kind of peace". From a farmer to a burglar to becoming the first person in Japan, Hideki Toyoshi spent 36 years. His ambition also affected the historical process of the two most important countries in East Asia. The unrest he caused was the most casualty and costly battle in the three major marches of Wanli in Ming Dynasty. Ultimately, both the Ming Dynasty and Japan suffered losses. The Ming Dynasty was destroyed by Houjin 46 years after the end of the war, and the Toyoshi family was replaced by Tokawa Jiakang after Toyoshi's death.
The Tianshou Pavilion is the main building body in Osaka City, while the Tianshou Pavilion was built in 1931 after imitating the appearance of the Tianshou Pavilion in the Toyoshi era. On the 13-meter-high Observatory stands the 39.8-meter-high Tianshou Pavilion. On the top eighth floor, the city view of Osaka can be seen. On the other floor, there are various weapons, wooden portraits of Hideki Toyoshi, letters, and battle maps of that year displayed in models. On the other hand, the life of Hideki Toyoshi can be depicted by means of television and projection. Besides, it also presents a great picture of Hideki Toyoshi's life. The model after the restoration of Osaka City. In the data library on the 2nd to 7th floors, you will see that the short Hideki Toyoshi has become an immortal hero from a civilian, whose brilliant but regretful life, so Tianshouge is the best place to learn about the Japanese Warring States era Ohiro.
The cherry blossoms around should be the most famous, many cherry trees. It's a pity that the cherry blossoms haven't blossomed since February. It's a beautiful day. It's beautiful to take pictures. Osaka City is the most famous tourist attraction in Osaka. It is centered on Tianshouge Pavilion and located in the Central District of Osaka City. It is a symbolic attraction of Osaka and a must-see place for tourists to visit Osaka. The existing city of Osaka was rebuilt in 1931 by private fund-raising. It has five layers in appearance, eight layers in interior, 54.8 meters in height, seven layers below, and eight layers for lookout. The city wall is surrounded by a moat, with beautiful gardens and pavilions nearby. The Cherry Flower Gate is quite famous in the city. It was the only Cherry Flower Gate built entirely of megalithic stones that stood unharmed and became the only surviving relic in Osaka City in that year. In the center of the inner city of Osaka, the main building of Osaka City, Tianshou Pavilion, is magnificent and gilded with copper. In the interior, there are wooden portraits of Hideki Toyoshi, used weapons and paintings. From the top of Tianshou Pavilion, you can see the beautiful scenery around Osaka. Now Osaka City has been designated as a special historic site.
Since the beginning of March, cherry blossoms have not blossomed, but there is a plum blossom blossoming just right. Many local photographers take pictures of plum orchards. Cherry blossoms must be more beautiful when they blossom, but there must be a lot of people, not necessarily good pictures! Kindergartens, elementary schools and middle schools are all doing outdoor activities!
In the morning, the first stop to Osaka is very quiet. Many Japanese people are running in the morning. It's a very antique place. After nine o'clock, they start to be busy. A lot of tour groups come. The tour fee of Tianshou Pavilion is 600 yen, and it can be reduced by 100 yen with KTP. It shows the changes Tianshou Pavilion has undergone from its establishment to the present. There are also historical examples of Yoshihiro Toshiokawa and Kakang Tokugawa, but they really don't see much. Understand, because the items on display are not introduced in Chinese, but they are beautiful. On the second or third floor of Tianshou Pavilion, I forgot that there is a seal of Osaka City that can be printed by myself. Don't miss it for friends who like to collect stamps.