Few foreign tourist Osaka

Let’s take a retro tram and go to Sumiyoshi Shrine !

投稿日:2017年10月13日 更新日:

It was sunny day.

I went to Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine.

One of my favorite Shrine in Osaka.

Recommended course

Tennoji Station (JR, Subway Midosuji-Line and Tnimachi Line)

5 min on foot Hankai Line Tennoji Eki-mae Station

Take a train(You can take an all trams) 11 Stations 20min

Get off a train 「住吉鳥居前(Shumiyoshi torii mae Station)」

You can see the tori gate. It is a Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine.

 

Direction from JR Tennoji station to Hankai line Tennoji-ekimae Station.

Hankai line is tram.

We called it “Chin-Chin densya ”

Densya means train in Japanese.

Start at JR central gate

There are stairs when you go to the south exit.

 

Wide stair is there is a stair to down.

You can watch a stair to up at right side.

Go up this stair.

It is pedestrian bridge.

Please you walk to along the street.

 

You can see the small stair and little signboard.

Under the stair is Hankai line Tennoji-ekimae staition.

Every train stop the “Sumiyoshi torii mae” station.

You do not need to buy a ticket.

When you take off, put money in a collection box.

If you had the Ic card, you touch the Ic card when you get on and off the tram.

One ride Adult 210 yen Children 110 yen

This train is nice for trip.

It is retro tram to go through the downtown.

You can enjoy the view from the window.

When you arrive Sumiyoshi torii mae station,

You can found the shrine soon.

-Few foreign tourist, Osaka

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