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Satsukiyama Park, Ikeda

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  • Satsukiyama Park is located not too far from Ikeda station and can be reached on foot from the station. Autumn is a great time when trees are all tinted in beautiful colours. The park is spread over a...  more »
  • Car park meet may in the middle of the mountain road toll collection box. Collected 300 yen is "short distance toll road," said "or where the animal is? "And hear things out once in a while the bear. Appalled, but closed the window and went up. Get to the Park through the cemetery, cemetery and golf course of cherry blossoms bloom. Only one couple had come from rain.
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  • In the Minoh mountains, Ikeda City "may mountains" and and continued mountains is the small. May yamakata aspects towards the Minoh mountains about hour driving course in cars. This spring is "famous for its cherry blossoms" autumn landscape is best in "autumn leaves" in full bloom. Driving course is accessible from the MINO area, but this Ikeda's "may mountains Park" through better have a lot of attractions. Advisable to pull over in some places, overlooking the area of senri, Osaka.
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