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Things to do in Sakai

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From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Park
“Nagano Park comprises five park districts spreading at the foot of Mt. Kongo. Visit your favorite place and enjoy watching seasonal flowers, strolling in the forests, and watching wild birds.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Place of Worship
“An old shrine constructed by the order of Emperor Ninken, enshrining Emperor Hanzei. It is said that the Tajihi-no-shibagaki-no-miya (imperial residence) stood in this location around the 5th century. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Historic Site
“One of the world's largest ancient burial mounds. To most of us, the Egyptian Pyramids and the Taj Mahal are the most iconic ancient tombs. But in Japan, unassuming burial mounds called kofun rival the Pyramids in size and yet are relatively unknown.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Park
“Daisen Park is a huge park with many Kofun located in Sakai, Osaka. It is located on the south side of Nintoku Kofun. There is a large play ground, kids facilities, library, Japanese gardens and Kofun. It is chosen as one of 100 best parks with history. It is also popular Sakura spot in Sakai. There are 400 Sakura that bloom in April. Daisen Park is approximately 35 hectares in size, located between Daisenryo Kofun (said to be the tomb of Emperor Nintoku) and Kamiishizu Misanzai Kofun (said to be the tomb of Emperor Richu). 5 minutes walk from JR Hanwa Line Mozu station. This station is 12 minutes ride from JR Hanwa Line Abikocho station which is 8 minutes walk from here.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Park
“Hamadera Park is one of the oldest parks in Osaka. this park was designated as a public park in 1873. Since then, while its beautiful pine groves have been carefully nurtured, new entertainment facilities, including a swimming pool with a giant slide and a rose garden, have been constructed one after another in this comprehensive park, making the park very popular with the public. 1 minute walk from Hankai Line Hamaderaekimae station. You can go straight from Abikomichi station to Hamaderaekimae station. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Place to eat
“An old shrine constructed by the order of Emperor Ninken, enshrining Emperor Hanzei. It is said that the Tajihi-no-shibagaki-no-miya (imperial residence) stood in this location around the 5th century. ”
  • 1 local recommends
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“EXPOCITY is located on a site spread out over approximately 172,000 ㎡ in front of Bampaku-kinen-koen Station on the Osaka Monorail close to central Osaka, and is a large-scale, mixed-use complex fusing entertainment and shopping centered around Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport EXPOCITY with eight large-scale entertainment facilities and 305 stores.”
  • 3 locals recommend
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“When saying a symbol tower in Osaka, it's Tsutenkaku, isn't it? When I say height 64m, this steel tower proud of the height of the best in the East is named by a Confucian scholar in early years of Meiji era and Fujisawa Minamidake "Tsutenkaku" by the meaning with "high building which leads to heaven", and it's the neighborhood, the retrospective atmosphere is popular with young people and a tourist somehow! A cafe and an observatory are in the tower, and there is Mr. famous Billiken, too. When saying Osaka, it's recommendation tourist attraction of a super-basic. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
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“The major attraction for tourist should be the botanical garden and the natural history museum. These 2 places are paid area with modest admission fee. A good place for viewing cherry blossom and should be also good for autumn leaves. There are 1 large palyground and 3 open space for children. Several stadiums inside the park and many sports events around the park. Remember to check their website for events inside the park and the botanical garden. It's a relax park for everyone and easy access by Subway. Restaurants and supermarket can be found outside the park.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“Harvest Hill is an agricultural park that is filled with greenery and flowers. It is located on the Senboku Hills in the southern part of Sakai City. An area eight times larger than Koshien Stadium (38,500m2) contains the Grass Square, the Herb Field, ponds, a creek with a suspension bridge over it, and other areas, and the route of the 54-seat Harvest Train. Under the theme of "Fresh, safe and delicious," visitors can experience harvesting seasonal vegetables and fruits, making bread, sausages and other food by hand and craft activities like making ceramics and decorating them. In the petting zoo, visitors can play with animals, including rabbits, striped squirrels and small pigs, and exper”
  • 3 locals recommend

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“When saying a symbol tower in Osaka, it's Tsutenkaku, isn't it? When I say height 64m, this steel tower proud of the height of the best in the East is named by a Confucian scholar in early years of Meiji era and Fujisawa Minamidake "Tsutenkaku" by the meaning with "high building which leads to heaven", and it's the neighborhood, the retrospective atmosphere is popular with young people and a tourist somehow! A cafe and an observatory are in the tower, and there is Mr. famous Billiken, too. When saying Osaka, it's recommendation tourist attraction of a super-basic. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
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