Osaka Castle!

Have you ever seen this castle before? it’s called the Osaka castle! probably it’s the most famous landmark of Osaka!

The main tower of Osaka Castle is situated on a plot of land roughly one square kilometer. It is built on two raised platforms of landfill supported by sheer walls of cut rock, using a technique called Burdock piling, each overlooking a moat. The central castle building is five stories on the outside and eight stories on the inside, and built atop a tall stone foundation to protect its occupants from attackers. The castle grounds, which cover approximately 60,000 square meters (15 acres), contain thirteen structures that have been designated as important cultural assets by the Japanese government Yes, if you’re travelling to Osaka Don’t miss this castle if you Don’t visit there it means you’re not at Osaka!cropped-pic-cat-index01-2n00cmh-2d9cgvb.jpg

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Hassaku Oshi-tsuki Festival!

Hello everybody, Welcome to my blog called Japan tourist attraction ! This is my first post! “Please Note the some times there might be a grammar error”

In September, If you are planning to take a holiday in Japan, Don’t miss this festival! This festival is called the” Hassaku Oshi-tsuki festival” Which isn’t quite popular in Japan, But in Shimane it is quite popular! it’s about Traditional bull fighting (bull sumo) in which two bulls lock horns and fight to push each other out of the ring. The bulls do not ‘fight’ in the Latin sense and no blood is shed. People will wear a white bull mask and the traditional suit! Sound exiting right? Don’t miss it.This Festival will last long just one day on 1st September every year. gotsu-kagura-2

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Hi There Japan Lovers!

Welcome to my Blog called Japanese tourist attractions. You’ll see attractions and Festival in Japan in this blog You can leave a comment if you like!

Japan is the small country in Asia, But bigger than you think! Explore Japan! I’ll be your guide.friendlyu-kyoto-ap_3428002a-large

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