In a city with few green spaces, Namba Parks is a welcome swath of green for the inhabitants of Osaka.
The complex stands where Osaka’s baseball stadium used to be until 2003, and consists of a 30-floor skyscraper, Parks Tower, and a shopping mall with eight floors of terraced gardens.
The sloping park connects to the street, welcoming passers-by to enjoy its groves of trees, clusters of rocks, cliffs, lawns, streams, waterfalls, ponds, and outdoor terraces.
12 thoughts on “Unusual Green Architecture In Japan: Namba Parks”
Great ideas here! especially the sloping park that connects to the street!
japan have beautiful nature
Japan has wonderful green architecture.
brilliant idea! cool!
Hi Guys I stayed here
More beautiful green architecture.
i wish that white county in georgia looked as good as japan put it doesent so ho well
This is beautiful.
to do something like this in a systematic way:
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