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  • Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Hidden Shrine, Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park

  • Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

  • Bamboo Forest In The Hattori Ryokuchi Park

  • Hattori Ryokuchi Park, Osaka

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Facts & Figures

The huge Hattori Ryokuchi Park (126 hectares) in the northern part of the Osaka region contains many facilities like a beautiful bamboo forest, pine forests, the famous open-air museum of old Japanese farmhouses, flower gardens, more than 10 ponds, tennis courts, athletic tracks, a concert hall, water land and a horseback riding path. Best Ryokans in OsakaExplore Ryokans in Osaka
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Hattori Ryokuchi Park was selected as one of the best 100 urban and historical parks in Japan.

History

Hattori Ryokuchi Park was founded on the grounds of the International Garden and Greenery Exposition ("Flower Expo", Hana-haku) held in 1990.

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The Hattori Ryokuchi Park is located in Toyonaka City (suburb of Osaka).

How to get to Hattori Ryokuchi Bamboo Forest?

  • 5min from Ryokuchi-koen Station served by Kitaosaka-Kyuko Line

Sightseeing spots

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Hattori Ryokuchi Arboretum - contains 2500 cherry trees, bamboo gardens, open daily

open-air museum of old Japanese farmhouses - 11 Japanese houses were relocated from all over Japan

Festival & Events (dates can change without notice)

July

Tenjin Matsuri Festival (24th till 25th)
Osaka’s greatest traditional festival (over 1000 years old) and ranked as one of the top 3 festivals in Japan. Enjoy spectecular processions on land and in the water, great fireworks and a unique atmosphere created by the traditional costumes and music. My must-see recommendation for you.

August

Toyonaka Matsuri (3rd till 4th)
Many visitors wearing yukata (summer kimono) and enjoying the events for young and old, live music and the good food.

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