Toyonaka

City in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

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Amagasaki

Industrial city located in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.

JR Amagasaki Station

Toyonaka

Itami Airport

Primary regional airport for the Kansai region of Japan, including the major cities of Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe.

Itami Air Base around 1954
Itami Air Base entrance sign – 1957
Domestic Terminal seen in 1971, with a handful of Boeing 727s and NAMC-YS 11
International terminal 1971
Aerial view of Itami Airport and surrounding cities in 2009
Air Force One aircraft parked at Osaka Airport
Osaka Monorail train leaving Osaka Airport Station
Sorayan, Itami Airport's mascot.

A portion of the airport property is also located in Toyonaka and Ikeda cities of Osaka Prefecture.

Osaka University

Public research university located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

Osaka Imperial University Nakanoshima campus
Osaka University Toyonaka Campus Main Entrance
Osaka University Hospital
Hantaro Nagaoka (長岡 半太郎), 1st President of OU, the pioneer of Japanese physics.
Hideki Yukawa (湯川 秀樹), physicist and recipient of the 1949 Nobel Prize in Physics.
Yoichiro Nambu (南部 陽一郎), physicist and recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics.
Akira Yoshino (吉野 彰), chemist and recipient of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Hiroshi Ishiguro (石黒 浩), creator of Geminoid robots.
Tadamitsu Kishimoto (岸本 忠三), a Japanese immunologist, 14th President of OU, 2009 Crafoord Prize winner.
Toshio Hirano (平野 俊夫), a Japanese immunologist, 17th President of OU, 2009 Crafoord Prize winner.
Kiyoshi Nagai, a Japanese structural biologist at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology Cambridge, UK.
Shimon Sakaguchi (坂口 志文), immunologist, 2015 Gairdner Award and 2017 Crafoord Prize winner
Pratiwi Sudarmono, an Indonesian scientist of microbiology.
Akio Morita (盛田 昭夫), Sony co-founder, Asian of the Century The Big Five.
Masataka Taketsuru (竹鶴 政孝), the father of Japan's whisky industry.
Osamu Tezuka (手塚 治虫), Japanese manga artist, cartoonist, and animator.
Ryōtarō Shiba (司馬 遼󠄁太郎), One of the most important writers in contemporary Japan.
Michio Morishima (森嶋 通夫), economist, co-founder of International Economic Review.
Shizuo Kakutani (角谷 静夫), mathematician, professor at Yale, known for Kakutani fixed-point theorem.
Jun-iti Nagata (長田 潤一), a Japanese mathematician specializing in topology.
Masatoshi Gündüz Ikeda (池田 正敏), a Turkish mathematician of Japanese ancestry.
Mitoji Yabunaka (薮中 三十二), the current Japanese Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Heizo Takenaka (竹中 平蔵), economist serving as Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications
Shinji Tarutoko (樽床 伸二), a Japanese politician and former member of the House of Representatives (Japan).
Norihiko Hibino (日比野 則彦), a Japanese video game composer and saxophonist.

In 1993, Osaka University Hospital was relocated from the Nakanoshima campus in downtown Osaka to the Suita campus, completing the implementation of the university's plan to integrate the scattered facilities into the Suita and Toyonaka campuses.

Suita

City located in northern Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

JR Kishibe Station

Toyonaka

Osamu Tezuka

Japanese cartoonist, manga artist, and animator.

Tezuka in 1951
Tezuka in the 1950s
The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum

Tezuka was born in Toyonaka, Osaka.

Minoh

City in northwestern Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

Minō waterfall

Toyonaka

Ikeda, Osaka

City in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

Ikeda Instant Noodle Museum
JAL Express headquarters in Ikeda

Toyonaka

Itami

City located in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.

Itami City Library (伊丹市立図書館)
Itami City Museum of Insects

Despite the airport's association with Itami, the terminal complex is located in the neighboring city of Toyonaka and the Itami city center is connected to the airport only by a long tunnel that passes beneath the runway and tarmac.

Osaka Prefecture

Prefecture of Japan located in the Kansai region of Honshu.

Map of Osaka Prefecture
Osaka Prefectural Office
Sakai and Daisenryo Kofun Mozu Tomb
Takatsuki
Diamond district in Umeda
Osaka Garden City
Osaka castle
Osaka business park
Universal Studios Japan
Kansai International Airport
Umeda Sky Building
Famous advertisement by Glico man in Dōtonbori (middle-left)
The four license plates in Osaka:
 大阪 (Ōsaka) in Northern Osaka
 なにわ (Naniwa) in Osaka City, named Naniwa as Imperial capital in antiquity
 和泉 (Izumi) in Southern Osaka≈Izumi Province+Southern Kawachi
 堺 (Sakai) in Sakai City
Panasonic Stadium Suita.

Osaka University (Toyonaka and Suita)

San Mateo, California

City in San Mateo County, California, on the San Francisco Peninsula.

San Mateo's origins lie in Rancho San Mateo, granted to Californio ranchero Cayetano Arenas in 1846.
South San Mateo was originally part of Rancho de las Pulgas, granted to Californio politician José Darío Argüello in 1795.
Interurban Railroad Car riding up B Street, c. 1909
Aerial view of San Mateo, directed west toward the downtown area (2009). The wide street in the middle foreground is 3rd Avenue.
Sony Interactive Entertainment headquarters near the Bridgepointe power center (2016)
San Mateo High School
Aerial view of Coyote Point Park, directed northeast: Prominent landmarks include Bayshore Freeway (diagonal, foreground) and the Bay Bridge (background).
View of San Francisco Bay, directed north from Seal Point Park
Laurelwood Park and Sugarloaf Mountain
Sawyer Camp Trail (2014)
Downtown San Mateo businesses along 4th (2018)
"Main Street" alley, downtown San Mateo (2006)
Hillsdale Shopping Center (2015)
Townhome development at Bay Meadows (2018)
Japanese Tea Garden in Central Park
Mosaic mural designed by Louis Macouillard & constructed by Alfonso Pardiñas (1963)
Horse racing at Bay Meadows (2008)
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It has a Japanese tea garden to commemorate sister city Toyonka, Japan.