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  • 1. Osaka Prefecture A Center of Innovation A Driving Force of Japan’s Growth
  • 2. Osaka, Japan Tokyo Osaka
  • 3. Kansai Tokyo Kansai Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe, Nara History Tradition Culture
  • 4. Kansai - Culture & Economy Nara Kyoto Kobe Osaka
  • 5. The local self-governing bodies of Japan consist of prefectures and municipalities. Osaka Prefecture, located at the approximate center of Japan, is divided into 33 cities, 9 towns, and 1 village Osaka Prefecture
  • 6. Geographically Osaka extends from north to south, with a slight curve. It faces Osaka Bay to the west and is surrounded by mountains on the other three sides. Osaka City Kobe City Kyoto City Nara City OSAKA
  • 7. OSAKA
  • 8. A cluster of gourds, was the crest used by Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1537-1598), the warrior who unified Japan and built Osaka Castle. Hope, Prosperity and Harmony Osaka Prefectural Emblem
  • 9.
    • 1. 5 Th Century AD, Osaka became the center of politics and culture of Japan.
    • 2. 7 th Century, the first capital of Japan was established in Osaka.
    • 3. 12 th Century, Sakai City developed a free market zone during civil war age.
    • 4. In 1583, Toyotomi Hideyoshi made Osaka the political and economic center of Japan.
    History of Osaka
  • 10. At Dojima, Osaka, a stone monument was built at the site of the Osaka Rice Market that was a pioneer of today’s hedge fund business. Three novel prize winners who invented the Black-Scholes Theory visited the monument for paying their respects to the pioneer. Pioneer of Hedge Fund Business
  • 11. Made-in-Osaka Satellite Launched into Space Maido No.1
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  • 13. Takeda Pharmaceutical, Osaka Gas, Nitto Denko, Panasonic, Sharp, Sekisui, Sumitomo Chemical, Kansai Electric Power, Daihatsu, Daiwa House, Obayashi, Teijin, Sekisui Chemical, Daikin, Sanyo, Sumitomo Electric, Nippon Meat Packers Osaka-Based Companies
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  • 17. Japan’s Problem Earthquake Terrorism Pandemic Radioactivity Energy Crisis Tokyo too much centralized Economy Politics Education Government Decentralization Osaka etc. Risky Revitalization
  • 18. Overseas Office Network
  • 19. Osaka Promotion Desks China Vietnam Singapore USA India France Thailand Korea
  • 20. Osaka     California    Friendship Tie-up since Nov.15,1994

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