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It's a beautiful and nice park to visit. You'll be able to take a walk around Yamadaike pond and through forest around it. You'd better to go there If you want to be in natural.
This is rather far from Hirakata station or city area...More
Great place to walk and run. Different plants in bloom at different times of year - plum trees and cherry trees in spring, irises in June, other bushes and trees later. Bamboo grove. Playgrounds and picnic areas. Something for everyone.
Like Central Park NYC in spring. It has a similar feel. Hilly, beautifully landscaped but with large groves of tall trees and large bamboo woods. We were fortunate to be there for the spring Sakura (Cherry) blossoms and the plum blossoms as well. We were...More
This is the gem of Hirakata. This is a perfect spot for walking, running or biking and is seldom crowded. It offers scenic beauty in the form of a large lake filled with waterbirds, and many different flower and tree collections. It is famous for...More
Yamadaike park is well located, it is easy accessed by both public transportation (buses and train) and private car. In the park, there is a big and beautiful pool surrounded by trees and seasonal flowers. You can go fishing, jogging or just simply walking around...More
Yamadike park is huge. It's great for walking, riding your bike, looking at nature, sakura blossoms when they are in bloom, bbqing, picnicking and sports. I love riding my bike and finding a cool spot to eat lunch while looking at the gorgeous nature surrounding...More
This is an enormous park with plenty of facilities and activities available for whatever it is you are wanting to do. Whether that is just a quiet stroll, a jog, there are miles of paths to fulfill your needs. If you are looking for a...More
This park delivers so much more than what might be expected from a city park. Meticulously maintained flowerbeds, a tranquil, large pond, a Japanese gazebo perched on the water, sunset benches...and that's only half of the park! Cross the majestic bridge to the other side...More