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Daisen Park

2-204 Mozusekiun-cho, Sakai 590-0802, Osaka Prefecture
+81 72-241-0291
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Private Full Day Tour of Osaka Temples, Gardens and Kofun Tombs
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  • Excellent28%
  • Very good46%
  • Average26%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
6 Jul 2016
“Many Open Spaces for kids to run and play”
31 Dec 2015
“A sunny Sunday”
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2-204 Mozusekiun-cho, Sakai 590-0802, Osaka Prefecture
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+81 72-241-0291
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Reviewed 6 July 2016

In addition to the open spaces, botanical garden, and ancient imperial grounds, there is often a local festival or celebration going on. Uniquely, there is a small burial ground where a small family of Tanukis (Racoon Dogs) live that not even the locals know about!

Thank Acesilva
Reviewed 1 January 2016

Beautiful park, one of the best in the "Osaka" area. The flower garden requires to pay a ticket. There are just a couple of restaurants and cafés so I am not sure it's easy to have a good coffee, but the town is not far....More

Thank GillesDL
Reviewed 26 September 2015

Beautiful park - not a big park but has many elements to it. I enjoyed walking through it and listening to the birds singing in the morning. The lake was nice and it was great to walk across the little bridge. Didn't have time to...More

Thank Chatnoir-miaow
Reviewed 19 July 2015 via mobile

The park itself is very common park, but very beautiful and maintained. It has many things to do and see around it like Sakai museum, Japanese garden, etc which a very good, relaxed day in sakai (-:

Thank Gooshnpupp
Reviewed 7 August 2012

At first we've trying to enter the Tumulus -one of the largest tomb in the world from the Queens era. Tell you what? Don't waste your time on that. Luckily we just moved to the Daisen park which is very big including few ponds, wetsern...More

1  Thank degisme
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