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Osaka City - Yao City - Matsubara City Environment Facilities Association Maishima Incineration Plant大阪市・八尾市・松原市環境施設組合 舞洲工場

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This incineration plant is located close to the Konohanaohashi-Nishizume bus stop and was designed by Vienna-born artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The stunning building is covered with red and yellow lines. Ordinarily, both individuals and groups must make an advance reservation to tour the facility, but occasionally the plant holds special open house days during which time visitors are free to view it. To date, more than 250 thousand people have visited this popular destination. During tours, visitors are shown the plant and also provided with information about the facility by the plant mascot.

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Osaka Osaka-shi Konohana-ku Hokukoshiratsu 1-2-48 (USJ / Bay AreaArea)

phone 0664634153
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[Tour starts] 10:00-/13:00-/15:00-¥ * Reservation required 10 Sundays in advance

Review of Maishima Incineration Plant

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Reviewed:2019/04/16 Osaka’s hiddeN gem
A must to visit is the Mihama Incineration plant and adjacent building both designed by Hundertwasser. Forget about all the fabulous temples and castles this is a must see Easy to get to by...
Reviewed:2015/04/14 Safe to say, the best incineration plant youd ever visit!
Now this was an experience! I saw it mentioned in a travel guide:an incineration plant on an island in Osaka bay designed by renowned Austrian architect Hundertwasser... Only in Japan! We assumed it...
Reviewed:2014/11/24 Amazing place!!!!
I really love the way Japanese protect their environment. When I visited this factory, i thought wow, a beautiful amusement :)) The architectural appearance is so unique that got a lot of...

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Address
Osaka Osaka-shi Konohana-ku Hokukoshiratsu 1-2-48 [ map ]
Area
USJ / Bay AreaArea
Phone
0664634153
Hours
[Tour starts] 10:00-/13:00-/15:00-¥ * Reservation required 10 Sundays in advance
Closed
Sunday, Public holiday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available
Credit Card
Not available

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