About this sight
Nakanoshima Park was first built in 1891 and was Osaka City's first park. It is located at the East end of Nakanoshima island, which is a small island on Dojimagawa River.
Kitahama Retro Building
Located opposite the Osaka Securities Exchange and facing Nakanoshima Park, this Western-style two-storey building dates back to 1912. Declared a Registered Tan
Osaka Securities Exchange
The Osaka Securities Exchange, also called Kitahama due to its location, is a securities exchange specializing in derivatives.
Fukuro no Mise (Osaka)
This cafe offers visitors the experience to pet and take pictures with a variety of owls. Fukuro no Mise warns that walk-ins are allowed, but will not guarantee
Gokan (Kitahama Main Store)
They are particular about domestic ingredients and pursuing the taste in which the flavors of the Japanese ingredients are made good use of.
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