[ID] 3453กกกก( ID:3453 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Place] Osaka
[Date] unknown
[Color] mono
[Size] 87x54
[Cabinet] 71-12-0
[Keyword] shrine/scenic spot/historic sites/view

Legend has it that Emperor Nintoku, now enshrined at Takatsu Shinto Shrine, canceled all taxation for a period of three years after noting from the top of this hill that no smoke was coming out of the chimneys of houses below. The shrine is located on the cliff at Ue-machi and commands a panoramic view of the city of Osaka. Probably taken in the second decade of the Meiji Period (1877-1887).