Daisen Park is the symbolic park of Sakai City surrounded by the greenery and history spread between the tomb of Emperor Nintoku and tomb of Emperor Richu. The park has approx. 1,000 cherry trees. Visitors can observe cherry trees such as Yaebenishidare (Cerasus spachiana) and Shirohigansidare (Prunus pendula) on the Cherry Road and Chishimazakura (Cerasus nipponica) and Oyamazakura (Cerasus sargentii) in the Rock Garden. This park with rich nature is the home of Sakai City Museum, the Central Library, a Japanese garden and a large grass field, etc. where visitors can enjoy strolling.
Location2-204, Mozusekiun-cho, Sakai-ku, Sakai
ScheduleMid March - Late April
*The schedule may be advanced or postponed due to the state of the flowers.
ContactDaisen Park Office