Tourist Attractions

Takenouchi-Kaido - The Takenouchi Road

In 613 A.D., as written in the Nihon-Shoki (the oldest chronicles of Japan), a large road was made from Namba to Asuka.
This road has stood the test of time and has come to be known as Takenouchi-Kaido.
During the Asuka period, since the road lay at the east end of the Silk Road, traders brought their cultures from mainland China and the Korean peninsula with them on their journey.


Yamada, Minamikawachi District,Taishi-cho, Osaka