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Daisen Park Japanese Garden, Sakai

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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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  • This "kofun" is one of 40-odd giant tumuli (monumental burial sites) of hundreds, maybe thousands, that were scattered across archaic Japan (from the so-called "Wa" era, as the ancient Chinese called ...  more »
  • Daisen Park may not be at top sightseeing spot for tourist. I found it by chance while searching for less crowded sightseeing places. Glad that I found and went there instead of Osaka Castle which I h...  more »
  • This garden is inside the Daisen Park which is adjacent to several "KEYHOLE" shaped ancient Imperial Burial Grounds dating back to the 5th century Emperor Nintoku. There is a great cafe close to the s...  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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