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When saying a symbol tower in Osaka, it's Tsutenkaku, isn't it? When I say height 64m, this steel tower proud of the height of the best in the East is named by a Confucian scholar in early years of Meiji era and Fujisawa Minamidake "Tsutenkaku" by the meaning with "high building which leads to…
A symbol of Naniwa, also known as the Eiffel Tower of Osaka. On the 5th floor, there is an observatory with a view of Osaka.
The crusty, trusty, 103m-high steel-frame tower Tsūten-kaku - built 1912, rebuilt 1956 - is the central landmark of Shin-Sekai
The crusty, trusty, 103m-high steel-frame tower Tsūten-kaku - built 1912, rebuilt 1956 - is the central landmark of Shin-Sekai.
The Tsutenkaku tower itself is not perfectly mind-blowing tower; however, it is very well recognized place as the symbol of Osaka from the rest of Japan. This place is also the home of the lucky god Biliken. The reason for this recognition is the people, or the atmosphere in that area.