Hozenji Yokocho
The narrow stone paved street is lined with restaurants

Hozenji Yokocho street refers to the two narrow lanes which run from east to west and became famous in Sakunosuke Oda's novel, Meoto Zenzai. There is Hozenji Temple, which is a temple of Jodo shu, with the Mizukake Fudo statue covered with moss. Stone pavements that are wet with sprinkled water create a distinctive atmosphere.

Hozenji Yokocho


●Hours/Vary by individual shops
◆Access/Getting off at Namba Station of Subway・Nankai, 7-minute walk after getting off at Namba Station of JR・Kintetsui

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