（around Okawa and Osaka castle）
About 300 sakura trees blossom in this popular spot. Combined with the beautiful Tenshukaku and the surrounding stone walls and moats, this area has become a famous spot for cherry‐blossom viewing. The visitors come in masses.
Right in the center of the city., on the north side of Umeda Sky Building, this place is similar to what Japan used to look like in the past. This garden which takes in consideration the eco-system was designed by Sekisui House, based on their "5 trees" project. It uses local varieties of trees are planted here. The change of the seasons as well as a myriad of animals can be seen.
This place famously know as a cherry-blossom spot, along the 4 km from Kema Sakuranomiya to Tenma bridge. Various kinds of sakura trees grow here. There are about 4800 sakura trees, and on the sides there are old Japanese houses such as Zoheikyoku and Senpukan.
For limited time, this popular boat cruise will take you along okawa to enjoy a unique view of the sakura trees. Enjoy a calm spring day while sailing on a boat.
There are about 130 types of sakura trees within the walls of Zoheikyoku, adding to more than 350 trees. The sakura road created in early Meiji-era has since become a famous spot that attracts many visitors during the spring season and inspired many poets.
This is a private school established by doctor and Rangaku scholar Ogata Koan. Ambitious youths gathered here from all over Japan. This is the only remaining Rangaku school in the country and is registered as Important Cultural Property.