Ruins of Naniwanomiya Palace


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Ruins of Naniwanomiya Palace

This palace used to be the capital of Japan in the 7th and 8th centuries. In 1961, the central palace “Daigoku-den” was finally discovered by Prof. Tokutaro Yamane after seven years of hard efforts. The remains were restored, and the spectacular base of the “Taikyoku-den” Palace stands out as a remarkable attraction.

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1-6, Hoenzaka, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Subway: Tanimachi Line/Chuo Line: Tnaimachi 4 chome station (T23/C18)
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