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Large Keyaki of Noma/Keyaki Museum野間の大けやき・けやき資料館

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Located in the Nosecho district of Osaka’s Toyono-gun, the large Keyaki (Japanese zelkova tree) of Noma is a national natural monument and there is a museum nearby that mainly preserves and displays materials relating to it. The large keyaki with a height of approximately 27 meters and trunk girth of approximately 13 meters said to be about 1,000 years old is one of Japan’s foremost giant trees. The largest branch is approximately 39 meters by approximately 36 meters, and the tree is loved as a symbol of Nose’s abundance nature. From late April to July when the new leaves are out, wild brown hawk owls can be seen sitting in the branches. Entrance to the museum is free.

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place Osaka Met. Toyonogun Nosecho Nomainaji
phone 0727372121

Review of Nomano Okeyaki

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Reviewed:2018/11/09 黄葉すると立派。コーヒー屋台も美味しい
日本でも有数の大きなけやきです。477号線の野間の交差点すぐのところにあります。秋に行きましたが、黄葉していてとても綺麗でした。土日だけありなし珈琲という屋台がありますが、これも美味しかったです。
Reviewed:2018/10/22 野間の大ケヤキ
大阪の北部 能勢にある大ケヤキ
毎年、南洋からミミズクが営巣にやってくることで
動物写真家には人気である
横にケヤキ資料館がある
Reviewed:2018/03/25 3月のケヤキはさみしい姿
野間の大けやきは樹齢1000年以上となっており、国指定の天然記念物となっています。3月では青葉のない姿で少々さみしいので、新緑の出る初夏以降が見学するには良いかと思う。資料館は自由に見てくださいとあるが、時間制限があるため残念ながら見られなかった。

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Address

Osaka Met. Toyonogun Nosecho Nomainaji [map]

Phone

0727372121

Hours
[Mar.-Oct. End Sunday] 10:00-17:00
[Nov.-the end of February Sunday] 10:00-16:00
Closed
TuesdayWednesday, New Year's Holiday
※ But both Tuesday and Wednesday are closed on Thursday in the case of Public holiday
Fees
Free

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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While Osaka prefecture is the country's second smallest prefecture, its capital, Osaka City, is the country’s third-largest and arguably one of the most popular in the Kansai region thanks to its vibrant nightlife, the Osaka people’s openness, and its much-loved cuisine, which has earned it the nickname “the nation’s kitchen."