隣に図書館があって その隣あたりが日銀で、夜の俳諧にはちょうどいい感じ、また、月がでてきて 雲に隠れたりして もう様相が”
After all, the night view of Osaka City Central Public Hall is the best in Osaka city. Beautifully lit up.
The Osaka Central Public Hall, the illuminated scenery at night, is a must-see.
Nakanoshima public hall is the usual one that is beautifully lit up at this time of year. You can go by car along the Nakanoshima river. Great location and close by. You seem to be abroad. Also, in addition to the quietness of the night, the restaurant inside was gorgeous with so many people on the day. It was Halloween this year. I got a limousine and took a nice picture of her with 4 girls with this location in the background and there were some big guys. It was nice weather.
Around the Osaka Central Public Hall, it’s just right for wandering around at night.
There is a library next door, and the area next to it is the Bank of Japan, which is perfect for haikai at night. Indeed, on the night of Harry Potter, there is a parking lot in the back and it is full on this day, and this evening party is also mysterious and he is meaningful in a night with few people.
Osaka Central Public Hall, history related to architecture.
In 1911, in 1911, Einosuke Iwamoto invested 1 million yen in materials sold during the declining kurayashiki era, and joined Shibusawa’s business group visiting the United States. It seems that the construction plan of the public hall has been reached. After that, it was completed and opened in 1918, but Einosuke Iwamoto, who was the first to propose it, failed in the market in 1916 and committed suicide. This story feels dated. There were many such people in those days. In the story of the nobility era, especially the market failed, but that’s the era. Now, he can hedge the risk so that he will not automatically suffer a large loss in case of sudden fluctuations such as stop orders.
The current market is fine.
How about losing a lot of money in one night like the old people… This era is truly a roller coaster. He feels the atmosphere of that era in the “pastel green” colors that are common in retro buildings.