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Lots of trees and well maintained park. A great place for young kids to enjoy- wading in the clean running water and running around.
Culture exposure to old farm houses transported from different cities/towns of Japan
We had three nights at Dotonbori on our visit to Osaka and as we were there on a Sunday wanted to see a less frenetic side of the city. This park is a real oasis for locals. There were hundreds of family and larger groups...More
Walking, biking, picnics this park has it all. A wonderful place to bring the family and have a great day in a huge beautiful park so close to the city but so expansive it feels like your in the country. This place is truly a...More
We walked through this park on our way from the Monorail station to the Open-air Farmhouse Museum. It was Saturday 4 April, the height of the cherry-blossom season, and the entire park was a picture of pink and white blossom. As well, the flower-beds were...More
Sprawled over a vast area, Hattori Ryokuchi Park is a fine place for an outing. Nothing particularly extraordinary. However, a good place for kids to play. If you're a jogger, it's a good place to run. Plum and cherry blossom trees are located in certain...More
If your stay in the wider Osaka area is brief then this park is far from essential. But if you are resident in the Toyonaka area then Hattori Ryokuchi Park offers a pleasant break from the urban sprawl of the area. There are play areas...More
Nothing but positive things to say about this park and the museum. If you are just there to see the farmhouses then you definitely have a longer walk, but the park itself is no slouch. The park and museum are situated on the red subway...More
Lots of really interesting old farmhouses which were disassembled, relocated from all over Japan and rebuilt in this lovely setting. You can go into most of the farmhouses and see the conditions in which people lived. Good explanatory texts in English, easy and quick to...More