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Yasui Shrine

Stop at Yasui Shrine, where Sanada Yukimura was killed in battle

It is known as the place where Yukimura Sanada died in the Osaka Summer Siege. One theory says that it was named ``Yasu'' because Michizane Sugawara rested here, and that it was named ``Yasui'' because there is a well of Tennoji Seven Famous Waters nearby, but this is not certain.

It is said that from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period, there were cherry blossoms and Japanese clover trees in the precincts, as well as a teahouse and a great view, so many people visited the shrine. Nowadays, it is a place visited by many Yukimura Sanada fans.

Yasui Shrine
Address: 1-3-24 Osaka, Tennoji-ku, Osaka
Phone: 06-6771-4932
Regular holidays/Open all year round
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