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Expo’70 Commemorative Park (万博記念公園)

Park / Green Space

Boasting a size about 65 times that of the Koshien Baseball Stadium, the Expo ’70 Commemorative Park is a huge park built on the site of the Osaka Expo. Whether for children or adults you can enjoy a day of activities here with facilities ranging from cultural facilities and natural and cultural gardens to the Japanese Garden and an onsen (hot spring facilities). Also, in the central rest area of the Japanese Garden you can see videos of the Expo that took place here in 1970 making it an important place to witness the events that occurred. Access the park from Bampaku-kinen-koen Station on the Osaka Monorail.

place

Osaka Suitashi Senribampakukouen 1-1 (Toyonaka / Takatsuki / IkedaArea)

phone 0120197089
place

9:30-17:00(Last entry16:30)

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Details

Address
Osaka Suitashi Senribampakukouen 1-1 [map]
Area
Toyonaka / Takatsuki / IkedaArea
Phone
0120197089
Hours
9:30-17:00(Last entry16:30)
Closed
Wednesday(The day following if it falls on a public holiday)
*open everyday
during Period of 4/1-GW and 10/1-11/30 *Please check the official site for each facility.
Fees
[Sunday Book Garden/Natural Cultural Garden Common Fee Friday]
[Adult]260yen
[Elementary and Junior High School Students]80yen
(Needed separately for use of facilities in the park)
Parking Lot
Available About4,300spaces
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

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