Tennoji Park in Osaka is a park with several botanical gardens and many other architectural structures. Located near the Tennoji Station, the park is an urban space, where locals and tourists come to relax and have fun. The park was opened for the public in the year 1909 and is considered to be one of the oldest parks with a colorful history. In 1990, the park was refurbished and reopened as a pay park.
Points Of Interest
- The Chausuyama Tumulus and Kawazokoike Pond that popular as interesting historical spots
- The former Kuroda Clan's rice granary, a building made in the mid-Edo Era and is a designated Osaka Prefecture Tangible Cultural Asset
- The Keitakuen Garden that is a wood-and-fountain-based stroll-type garden
- A greenhouse
- Mattress flower beds
- A 100-meter-long and 4-meter-wide path that is decorated with an arch made of climbing roses
- The Tennoji Zoological Gardens
- The Osaka Municipal Museum of Art
The park is closed on Mondays, unless there is a national holiday; it is closed on the following day then. In addition, it if closed at year-end and New Year holidays (Dec. 29 to Jan. 1 The park is 15 minutes away, if you walk from the Tennoji Sta. of the JR Loop Line or the Subway Midosuji or Tanimachi Line There is an admission fee for adults but kids under junior high school can enter free.
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