Monument of Japanese Poem Takakiya

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Monument of Japanese Poem Takakiya

This monument was e rected in 1772, and is inscribed with a famous Japanese “tanka” poem about Emperor Nintoku who looked out from the platform to the west of Kozunomiya Palace.

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1-1, Kozu, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Transportation
Subway:Tanimachi line/Sennichimae Line: Tanimachi9-chome Station(T25/S17)
Kintethu Railways: Osaka Uehommachi Station
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Telephone: 06-6762-1122
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