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Expo '70 Commemorative Park, Suita

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Soak up the natural sights and explore the cultural ones at Expo '70 Commemorative Park, a 260 ha (642 ac) park. Established on the site of the 1970 World's Fair, several of the attractions from the exposition remain, including a traditional Japanese garden and a museum of Japan folk art and crafts. Known for its culture as much as its nature, the park's other institutions include a museum of ethnology and a museum dedicated to children's literature. The sprawling natural areas offer ample lawn space for recreation, as well as an abundance of themed gardens with plant life from all over the world. Arrange to visit Expo '70 Commemorative Park and other attractions in Suita using our Suita vacation trip planner.
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During your stay in Suita, the best lodging options all lie near the Esaka station. This area boasts a high concentration of hotels for the relatively small city, offering visitors largely modern structures and plenty of amenities nearby. If you prefer to visit only one or two sights in Suita, consider accommodations in Osaka instead. This way, you can simply travel by train for a day trip to Suita.
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  • We have visited this fifty year old park by early April this year. Although the cherry and plum trees were still not in good form by then, we strolled around most part of the park in over 2 hours time...  more »
  • WOW what an incredible place. We wandered here for hours and loved it. Full of families enjoying a wonderful day of sun, fun and food. The most impressive part, and of course quintessential Japan, NO ...  more »
  • If not the new Expocity and the shopping area, we probably will never visit this 50years old park. Surprisingly, this park is huge and great for walk for 2-4 hours if you have to cover most area with ...  more »
  • The Japan World Exposition 1970 was the first Expo to be held in Asia, 77 countries were involved and they had 64 million visitors over the 180 days of the Expo. When you approach this park, you are confronted with Taiyonoto which is a huge structure that was the symbol for the Expo. It’s a great way to spend a day, there are the Japanese Gardens, the Expo Pavilion and much more, the pavilion gives you an idea of what the Expo was like with actual film and displays. I thoroughly enjoyed this park and highly recommend it.
  • Very huge and well maintained park. Good location for various seasonal outdoor activities, as well as to enjoy a variety of beautiful seasonal flowers every month.
  • This is one of the best places to see cherry blossoms in Osaka. It's a really big park, so you can do quite a lot of exploring as well
  • A beautiful park that can be enjoyed during every season of the year. There is a ¥200 fee to get in, but that keeps the park well maintained and keeps the crowds away.
  • I visited here because of mange "20th Century Boys" (20世紀少年). It is a little distant from city centre of Osaka (like Namba or Umeda) and the transportation is a little costly. However, this park area is high recommended for the surrounding and there are several huge shopping centres nearby. Everyone would like to take shoots for the iconic figure at the front, there are also several themes among the park and the entrance ticket is cheap. Also, the ethnology museum located inside the park brings many interesting topics as well but extra charges. Very suitable for family even solo traveler.