this place is so beautiful, must see, absolutly brillant. i just can't get my breath with the wonderful view.
I've once go to Japan in March 2014.This attraction made a good view to see the whole Japan. From Osaka, I can see Phu Si mountain. I can see Tokyo tower from up high on the mountain. So anyway, Japan is one of my interested country in my whole world. It contains high-technolagy with interested tour, attractions, vehicle, ... Japan... More
I'm fortunate to see the sakura festival in Japan mint Osaka. The sakura was wonderful and tradional market during the festival was also wonderful albeit the prices were relative expensive at this market.
Varieties of sakura trees in the garden. Best to go around cherry blossom season. Not very to find the mint building itself though.
The Japan Mint may be famous for its cherry blossoms, but the Mint Museum alone is well worth a visit. We went on a post-sakura season afternoon and were rewarded with a leisurely stroll through crowd-free rooms. Admission is free, as is the audio guide in English. Exhibits are clearly labeled with numbers corresponding to the audio guide narrative. Go... More
Osaka Mint Bureau is a very special place for cherry blossom viewing as its 'cherry blossom passage' is open to public for one week only every year. The viewing period is in mid-April, but the exact period is announced only in early or mid-March. This year the viewing period was 16-22 April, and we were there on the first day.... More
As most would've have already know, every year the Osaka Mint Bureau opens it facility for a week to the public for viewing of late blossoming cherry trees. This 2013 we were fortunate enough to catch the first day of the viewing and it was packed with locals and foreigners alike. Just get to temmabashi station and follow the signs... More
We lucked out when the timing of our trip to Osaka happened to coincide with the one week a year the Osaka Mint opens to the public for sakura viewing. While it was extremely crowded with locals and tourists alike, there are many, many trees and the excitement in the air is truly infectious. As a bonus, local street food... More
Make sure you come early April as the cherry blossoms do not last that long. We were very lucky to experience such wonderful colors.
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