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Keihanna Commemorative Parkけいはんな記念公園

Park / Green Space

This is a public park built on the theme of “Japan’s village scenery” to commemorate the establishment of Keihanna Science City. In the round Japanese landscape garden “Suikei-en” one can enjoy observing seasonal flowers and bamboo thickets and feeding carp, while in undeveloped woodland “Mebuki-no-Mori (Budding Tree Forest)” one can enjoy autumn changing leaves and the songs of wild birds. There are all kinds of events aimed at children, so both children and adults can enjoy this park.

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Kyoto Sourakugunseikachou Seikadai 6-1 (Uji / NagaokakyoArea)

phone 0774931200
place

9:00-17:00 (final admission 16:30)

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Address
Kyoto Sourakugunseikachou Seikadai 6-1 [ map ]
Area
Uji / NagaokakyoArea
Phone
0774931200
Hours
9:00-17:00 (final admission 16:30)
Closed
New Year's Holiday (12/28-1/4)
Fees
[Wednesday Jingyuan] Adults 200 Yen, Elementary and Junior High School Students 100 Yen
※ Pre-schoolersFree, 60 years old or more is free at the certificate presentation
Parking Lot
Available(200spaces)
※Cars400yen, Large-sized vehicles1,500yen
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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