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An Osaka (大阪市, Ōsaka-shi) (Pagsayod sa tataramon na Hapones: [oːsaka]; Manongod sa tanog na ini listen ) saróng pigdesignar na syudad sa Rehiyon Kansai kan Hapon. Kapitolyo syudad ini kan Prepekturang Osaka sin an pinakadakulang nilalaog kan Keihanshin Metropolitan Area na panduwa sa pinakadakulang metropolitan area sa Hapon dangan sa gabos na pinakadakula sa kinában na dae mababa sa 19 milyon na nag-eerok. Nakaposisyon ini sa bunganga kan Salog Yodo sa Suba' nin Osaka, an Osaka an panduwa sa pinakadakulang syudad sa Hapon sa pan'aldaw nin oras na populasyon pagkatapos kan 23 ward kan Tokyo asin pantulo sa pinakadakulang syudad sa pan'banggi nin oras na populasyon pagkatapos kan 23 wards kan Tokyo asin Yokohama, serving as a major economic hub for the country.

Osaka

大阪市
Syudad kan Osaka
Pambangging ta'nawon haleng Umeda Sky Building Dōtonbori asin Tsūtenkaku Shitennō-ji, Sumiyoshi taisha asin Kastilyong Osaka
Bandera kan Osaka
Bandera
An opisyal na selyo kan Osaka
Selyo
Kinamumugtakan kan Osaka sa Prepekturang Osaka
Kinamumugtakan kan Osaka sa Prepekturang Osaka
Madudugangan an Osaka sa Rehiyon Kansai
Osaka
Osaka
Kinamumugtakan sa Rehiyon Kansai
Madudugangan an Osaka sa Hapon
Osaka
Osaka
Madudugangan an Osaka sa Asya
Osaka
Osaka
Madudugangan an Osaka sa Kinában
Osaka
Osaka
Tagboan: 34°41′38″N 135°30′8″E / 34.69389°N 135.50222°E / 34.69389; 135.50222Tagboan: 34°41′38″N 135°30′8″E / 34.69389°N 135.50222°E / 34.69389; 135.50222
NasyonHapon
RehiyonKansai
PrepekturaPrepekturang Osaka
Pamamahala
 • AlkaldeHirofumi Yoshimura (ORA)
Hiwas
 • Designated city223.00 km2 (86.10 sq mi)
Populasyon
(Enero 1, 2012)
 • Designated city2,668,586 (ika-3)
 • Metro
19,341,976 (ika-2)
Mga demonymOsakano, taga-Osaka
Sona nin orasUTC+9 (Estandarteng Oras kan Hapon)
- PoonCherry
- BurakPansy
Numero nin Pono06-6208-8181
Address1-3-20 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Ōsaka-shi, Ōsaka-fu
530-8201
Websityowww.city.osaka.lg.jp/contents/wdu020/enjoy/en/content_administration.html
Osaka
Osaka (Chinese characters).svg
An "Osaka" sa kanji
Pangaran na Hapones
Kanji 大阪
Hiragana おおさか
Katakana オオサカ
Osaka Central Public Hall sa Distritong Nakanoshima

Panhistorikal na saróng syudad nin kalakal, bisto man an Osaka bilang "kusina kan nasyon" (天下の台所 tenka no daidokoro) dangan pigseserbi bilang saróng sentro para sa rice trade sa kasagsagan kan Panahon nin Edo.[1][2][3][4]

Mga ToltolanLiwaton

  1. "Historical Overview, the City of Osaka official homepage". Archived from the original on March 22, 2009. https://web.archive.org/web/20090322141953/http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/contents/wdu020/english/for_tourists/c_historical_overview.html. Retrieved on 2009-03-21.  Navigate to the equivalent Japanese page (大阪市の歴史 タイムトリップ20,000年 (History of Osaka, A timetrip back 20,000 years))[1] for additional information.
  2. Aprodicio A. Laquian (2005). Beyond metropolis: the planning and governance of Asia's mega-urban regions. Washington, D.C: Woodrow Wilson Center Press. p. 27. ISBN 0-8018-8176-5. 
  3. edited by James L. McClain and Wakita Osamu (1999). Osaka, the merchants' capital of early modern Japan. Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press. p. 67. ISBN 0-8014-3630-3. 
  4. Robert C. Hsu (1999). The MIT encyclopedia of the Japanese economy. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press. p. 327. ISBN 0-262-08280-2. 

Mababasa pa laloLiwaton

  • Gerstle, C. Andrew. Kabuki Heroes on the Osaka Stage 1780–1830 (2005).
  • Hanes, Jeffrey. The City as Subject: Seki Hajime and the Reinvention of Modern Osaka (2002) online edition
  • Hauser, William B. "Osaka: a Commercial City in Tokugawa Japan." Urbanism past and Present 1977–1978 (5): 23–36.
  • Hein, Carola, et al. Rebuilding Urban Japan after 1945. (2003). 274 pp.
  • Hotta, Chisato. "The Construction of the Korean Community in Osaka between 1920 and 1945: A Cross-Cultural Perspective." PhD dissertation U. of Chicago 2005. 498 pp. DAI 2005 65(12): 4680-A. DA3158708 Fulltext: ProQuest Dissertations & Theses
  • Lockyer, Angus. "The Logic of Spectacle C. 1970," Art History, Sept 2007, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p571-589, on the international exposition held in 1970
  • McClain, James L. and Wakita, Osamu, eds. Osaka: The Merchants' Capital of Early Modern Japan. (1999). 295 pp. online edition
  • Michelin Red Guide Kyoto Osaka Kobe 2011 (2011)
  • Najita, Tetsuo. Visions of Virtue in Tokugawa Japan: The Kaitokudo Merchant Academy of Osaka. (1987). 334 pp. online edition
  • Rimmer, Peter J. "Japan's World Cities: Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya or Tokaido Megalopolis?" Development and Change 1986 17(1): 121–157. Plantilya:ISSN
  • Ropke, Ian Martin. Historical Dictionary of Osaka and Kyoto. (1999) 273pp
  • Ruble, Blair A. Second Metropolis: Pragmatic Pluralism in Gilded Age Chicago, Silver Age Moscow, and Meiji Osaka. (2001). 464 pp.
  • Torrance, Richard. "Literacy and Literature in Osaka, 1890–1940," The Journal of Japanese Studies 31#1 (Winter 2005), pp. 27–60 in Project Muse

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