About this sight
Nanshu-ji is a temple built by the Miyoshi family in 1557. The temple has strong ties with tea ceremony masters such as Sen no Rikyu and Takeno Joo.
This snack place is well known in the area for its kurumi mochi (rice cake submerged in walnut paste). While kurumi mochi are sold in many places, the secret wa
Former Residence of Sen no Rikyu
Sen no Rikyu was a figure who revolutionized and established the current world of tea ceremony during the 16th century.
Birthplace of Akiko Yosano
Yosano Akiko was an author and poet actively involved in issues such as feminism, pacifism and social reforms.
Ebisu Park (Xavier Park)
Ebisu Park, also called Xavier Park after Catholic missionary Francis Xavier, is a park with various playgrounds and rest areas.
This wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) shop is best known for their "tenjin mochi". The handmade rice cakes were the first products to be sold when the stor
Hotel Sunroute Sakai
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Hotel 1-2-3 Sakai
Featuring free property-wide Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfast, Hotel 1-2-3 Sakai provides comfortable accommodation located a 12-minute walk from Sakai-higashi
Hotel Sun Plaza Sakai Annex
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Comfort Hotel Sakai
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