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The Site of Reversible Destiny Yoro Park

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Unique Experiential Park

You will never experience anything like this park. You know you are up for something different when... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Mollie W
Portland, Oregon
modern art odd-shaped structures

Odd shaped structures are scattered in the park. Better visiting the park in a sports shoes because... read more

Reviewed January 7, 2018
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4 weeks ago
“Unique Experiential Park”
Jan 7, 2018
“modern art odd-shaped structures”
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1298-2 Takabayashi, Yoro-cho, Yoro-gun 503-1267, Gifu Prefecture
+81 584-32-0501
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You will never experience anything like this park. You know you are up for something different when they offer helmets. Not the best place for those with mobility issues. I have knee problems and there were several places in the park I could not get...More

Thank Mollie W
Reviewed January 7, 2018

Odd shaped structures are scattered in the park. Better visiting the park in a sports shoes because there are steep hills.

Thank konkumi
Reviewed December 22, 2016

Went here on a whim, absolutely loved the town of Yoro and this place was memorably weird. Pretty much empty, not really beautiful, but on the way to the waterfall and worth an hour since I was that close. I doubt I will ever see...More

2  Thank Chris P
Reviewed July 22, 2016

Is this a park? An art exhibition? A bit of both? It's an area with random structures - a wall to walk along, a round hill, a series of walls with bits of household furniture sticking out of them, rocks with a fountain at the...More

Thank RockMeAsmodeus
Reviewed June 12, 2016

This visit was a waste of time and money. Thought this would be a cool place for the kids to climb around. Spent half an hour stressing that they would fall down a dangerous slope. No recommended for small children

Thank TimFromNGO
Reviewed May 27, 2016 via mobile

The park was designed by Shusaku Arakawa and his wife Madeline Gins. It seems that he was quite a peculiar man, according to his episode. He once lived with Bob Dylan in NY. Bob Dylan told him "I'm a famous musician" and passed his albums...More

2  Thank Takeshi H
Reviewed June 16, 2015 via mobile

As noted by others this park could use some tlc, it's not terribly worn out but it sure doesn't look new. The experience is very interesting and I don't think you can experience anything else like it!

1  Thank madmatg
Reviewed April 3, 2015

If a unique vision of the betterment of human consciousness in a beautiful rural Japanese setting sounds appealing this is your scene. On a clear day, the mountain backdrop is the perfect accent to the main enclosure replete with AstroTurf mounds and bisected concrete furniture....More

4  Thank NobodySeesTheShow
Reviewed September 14, 2014 via mobile

Trip advisor's app is pointing to the wrong location, it's wrong by several kilometres. The app will take you to Yoro town office. If coming by public transport and walking, you'll want to get off at Yoro station and save yourself the confusing walk that...More

2  Thank Kitt F
Reviewed April 25, 2014

By reading some other reviews of this site (not on TripAdvisor) I had higher hopes for this place. While it is "quirky" it is more artistic expression than true experience. I guess if you are very much into unique artistic expression, this would be a...More

2  Thank cubfan22
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