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Daisen Park, Sakai

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Daisen Park is located in Sakai. With our world travel planner, Sakai attractions like Daisen Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Where to stay in Sakai

You will mainly find hotels and inns to stay at in Sakai, as opposed to bed and breakfasts or guesthouses. A number of modern, new-build hotels near Sakai station allow guests to explore the city easily, and also take day trips around Osaka prefecture. Those on a budget can opt for one of many basic and affordable amenities that still allow you access Sakai's attractions. A couple of rental apartments round out the accommodation selection.
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  • In addition to the open spaces, botanical garden, and ancient imperial grounds, there is often a local festival or celebration going on. Uniquely, there is a small burial ground where a small family o...  more »
  • Beautiful park, one of the best in the "Osaka" area. The flower garden requires to pay a ticket. There are just a couple of restaurants and cafés so I am not sure it's easy to have a good coffee, but ...  more »
  • Beautiful park - not a big park but has many elements to it. I enjoyed walking through it and listening to the birds singing in the morning. The lake was nice and it was great to walk across the littl...  more »
  • Beautiful park with an exceptionally nice Japanese garden. Definitely worth a visit!
  • Serene and wooded park that's great for picnics, biking and jogging.
  • calm, soothing.
  • Lot of good times
  • When I lived in Sakai city, was coming every week. Feral cats have many, well I was stroking the cat. The cherry blossom season is very clean. Roads come full circle, just a good cycling course. Very spacious and Nice. If you are tired in the next library is a break. In the premises, the Museum and also not to be missed. A lot of excavated tumuli that were constructed are exhibited.
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