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Suminoe no Tsu (住吉津) is the oldest international port in Japan. Said to be opened by Emperor Nintoku, Suminoe no Tsu was located on an inlet called Suminoe no Hosoe on the southern side of Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, in the south of current day Osaka city. Hosoigawa station of the Hankai Tramway is located on the former site of the port. One-Inch Boy from the fairy tail Issun-bōshi also departs from Suminoe no Hosoe. He heads into Suminoe no Kai (present day Osaka Bay) then over to the Yodogawa River and up towards Kyoto.

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  • Suminoe no Tsu (住吉津) est le plus ancien port international du Japon. Suminoe no Tsu, qui aurait été inauguré par l'empereur Nintoku, est situé sur un bras de mer appelé Suminoe no Hosoe sur le côté sud du grand sanctuaire Sumiyoshi au sud de la ville moderne d'Osaka. La station Hosoigawa de la ligne de tramway Hankai se trouve sur l'ancien site du port. L'ancienne capitale du Japon, Asuka (Yamato) dans l'actuelle préfecture de Nara, se trouve à l'est de Suminoe no Tsu, qui était autrefois l'entrée au Japon de la route de la soie. C'est également par ce port que le bouddhisme est entré au Japon. Les envoyés japonais aux dynasties Sui et T'ang de Chine recevaient la protection divine de Sumiyoshi Daijin, le dieu de la mer, au sanctuaire Sumiyoshi avant d'appareiller. Le héros du conte populaire Issun-bōshi quitte aussi ses parents à Suminoe no Hosoe. Il se dirige vers Suminoe no Kai (actuelle baie d'Osaka) puis, par la Yodo-gawa, remonte à Kyoto. (fr)
  • Suminoe no Tsu (住吉津) is the oldest international port in Japan. Said to be opened by Emperor Nintoku, Suminoe no Tsu was located on an inlet called Suminoe no Hosoe on the southern side of Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, in the south of current day Osaka city. Hosoigawa station of the Hankai Tramway is located on the former site of the port. East of Suminoe no Tsu is Japan's ancient capital, Asuka, in Nara Prefecture. In ancient times, Suminoe no Tsu was Japan's entrance into the Silk Road. Buddhism also entered Japan here. Japan's envoys to the Sui and T'ang dynasties of China received divine protection from Sumiyoshi Daijin, the god of the sea, at Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, before departing. One-Inch Boy from the fairy tail Issun-bōshi also departs from Suminoe no Hosoe. He heads into Suminoe no Kai (present day Osaka Bay) then over to the Yodogawa River and up towards Kyoto. (en)
  • 住吉津(すみのえのつ)は、古代日本に存在した港である。 (ja)
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  • 住吉津(すみのえのつ)は、古代日本に存在した港である。 (ja)
  • Suminoe no Tsu (住吉津) est le plus ancien port international du Japon. Suminoe no Tsu, qui aurait été inauguré par l'empereur Nintoku, est situé sur un bras de mer appelé Suminoe no Hosoe sur le côté sud du grand sanctuaire Sumiyoshi au sud de la ville moderne d'Osaka. La station Hosoigawa de la ligne de tramway Hankai se trouve sur l'ancien site du port. Le héros du conte populaire Issun-bōshi quitte aussi ses parents à Suminoe no Hosoe. Il se dirige vers Suminoe no Kai (actuelle baie d'Osaka) puis, par la Yodo-gawa, remonte à Kyoto. (fr)
  • Suminoe no Tsu (住吉津) is the oldest international port in Japan. Said to be opened by Emperor Nintoku, Suminoe no Tsu was located on an inlet called Suminoe no Hosoe on the southern side of Sumiyoshi Grand Shrine, in the south of current day Osaka city. Hosoigawa station of the Hankai Tramway is located on the former site of the port. One-Inch Boy from the fairy tail Issun-bōshi also departs from Suminoe no Hosoe. He heads into Suminoe no Kai (present day Osaka Bay) then over to the Yodogawa River and up towards Kyoto. (en)
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  • Suminoe no Tsu (fr)
  • Suminoe no Tsu (en)
  • 住吉津 (ja)
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