Osaka-jo is the castle in the Osakajo, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi park. Toyotomi Hideyoshi built a work as a base of unification of the whole country in 1583. The donjon which is a central building most in the inner citadel of a castle has been completed the 2 years later. In 1615, a donjon is also burned away with Mr. Toyotomi’s extinction at “Osaka natu no jin”
Money GA where about 75,000,000,000 yen of present is considerable in 1931 was collected, and the present donjon was built. The donjons revived in 266 after are the 8th floor of ground 55m and 5 layers, and gold decoration is brilliant brilliantly. There are many cultural assets including Otemon. A donjon is designated as registration tangible cultural properties.
Address: Osakajo, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka (GoogleMap)
The Osaka-jo park is also famous as a landmark of a cherry tree. Many cameramen take a picture of collaboration in Osaka-jo and Sakura.