Mizunomi Jizo-son Buddhist Statue

みずのみじぞうそん

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Mizunomi Jizo-son Buddhist Statue

It is said that people who moved to this area during the building of Osaka Castle around 1590 brought this statue from its original location in Yao City. Though it was burned to the ground in the air raids on Osaka during World War II, it was rebuilt in memory of those who fell during the war. Memorial services are still held here.

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4-1 Uchikyuhouji-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Transportation
●Subway: Tanimachi Line / Chuo Line : Tanimachi 4-chome Station (T23 / C18).
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●Telephone: 06-6761-8206
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