From the wiki: “During the Taisho era (1912-1926), Rakutenchi [entertainment paradise] was one of Osaka’s most fashionable and well-known entertainment destinations. The amusement park, in the Osaka district of Sennichmae, did business between 1914 and 1930. Rakutenchi featured theaters, entertainment and all kinds of other leisure, and it became one of Osaka’s most fashionable and well-known places.”
Rakutenchi amusement park, Sennichimae Osaka, c. 1920.
1920s • Amusements & Recreations • Commerce • Kyoto-Nara-Osaka-Kobe • Outside Tokyo
Tagged with: Amusement rides, Osaka, Rakutenchi, Tourism
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