Asahi-ku, Osaka

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Location o Asahi-ku in Osaka Ceety

Asahi (旭区 Asahi-ku?) is ane o 24 wairds o Osaka, Japan. It is locatit in the northeast o the ceety, near the satellite toun o Moriguchi. It wis split aff frae Higashinari in 1932. Asahi-ku itself is further dividit intae the follaein auries (touns); Shimizu, Morishoji, Omiya, Nakamiya, Takadono, Akagawa, Ikue, Shinmori, Senbayashi, Taishibashi, and Imaichi.

Asahi-ku borders the Osaka wairds o:

an the ceety o Moriguchi.

Transport[eedit | eedit soorce]

Asahi-ku is servit bi the Tanimachi Line, an the Imazatosuji Line o the Osaka Municipal Subway an bi the Keihan Main Line.

Stations:

Schuils[eedit | eedit soorce]

Thare are 10 elementary schuils (years ane tae sax), fower junior heich schuils (three years), twa public an ane private heich schuil (three years), an ane private university.

Elementary Schuils: Furichi, Takadono, Takadono Minami, Shirokita, Shin Morishoji, Shimizu, Taishibashi, Omiya, Omiya Nishi.

Junior Heich Schuils: Kyokuyo, Kyokuto, Imaichi, Omiya.

Heich Schuils: Asahi, Yodogawa Kogyo, Osaka Kogyo University Heich Schuil (private).

University: Osaka Kogyo University.

Places o interest[eedit | eedit soorce]

Places o interest include the Shirokita Park wi its Iris Garden, the Yodogawa Wando (puils formit bi the Yodogawa River, the Osaka Municipal Space o Airt, an Senbayashi Shotengai (shoppin arcade).

Senbayashi Shotengai is famous for its lang covered shoppin street. The shoppin street even haes a theme sang that can be heard as you walk alang the covered pairt o the street. Sembayashi-Omiya subway station can be foond at the ither end o the shoppin street. The first Daiei store opened near this station. Some o the favorite stores hae been the Kadoya Ice Cream Parlor, a popular hangoot for students o the nearbi heich schuil, an Enomoto Confectionary Gift Shop. Thare is a fish mercat that specializes in whale meat an aw.

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