Minoh Park, Mino
Categories: Nature & Parks
An easy hike along the riverside trail in Minoh Park leads to a picturesque waterfall, plunging 33 m (108 ft) into the river below. Early on along the path, you'll pass temples, shops, and other facilities, before the trail becomes more verdant and less developed. Expect to take about 45 minutes to walk each way, and bring along some water and a snack with you. Look out for the insectarium on site, and the various other paths that lead off to viewpoints around the park. If visiting in fall, you'll see radiant autumnal colors and can try the novel seasonal treat of deep-fried maple leaves. Before you head to Mino, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Mino trip builder, to make sure you see all that Mino has to offer, including Minoh Park.
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Very hot day in July, but we started the hike after getting off the train and out of the station. After passing a few storefronts and residential homes, it quickly turns into a nice sloped mountain hi... read more »
紅葉には少し遅めのシーズンに行ったので混んでもおらず 風景は綺麗でとても良かったです！ もみじの天ぷらも、有名だけど何とも言えないとは聞いていましたが、記念ですし、その場で食べるにはいいと思います笑 USJで思い切り遊んだ翌日、自然の中で癒されるのもオススメです！Not too crowded so I went to a little late season in the autumn scenery is nice, very nice! Next day played out in laughs USJ to eat on the spot, and is a Memorial and Maple tempura are well-known but I can't say anything I'd heard, I think, soothing in nature are highly recommended!show original
大昔から秋の風物詩として「箕面のもみじ天ぷら」は有名だ。 単に赤い紅葉の葉っぱを味付けなく天ぷらにしただけで 興味本位で食する方ならば良いががっかりする。Since ancient times is famous for "MINO Maple Tempura" as an event of the fall. Good if you're red autumn leaves but not seasoned simply with tempura, eaten in the interest be disappointed.show original
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