Tsurumiryokuchi Expo '90 Commemorative Park
Visitors can enjoy seasonal flowers and greenhouse-grown plants throughout the year, as well as facilities for barbeque, camping, and sports.
Tsurumiryokuchi Park is located at the site of The International Garden and Greenery Exposition 1990, a world exhibition that featured the beauty of flowers. After the Expo, the site was turned into a memorial park which was designed to have flowers in bloom in every season. The park is 123 hectares in area, and has a large central pond. A windmill, the symbol of the park, stands on a hillside, while tulips, salvias, cosmos and other flowers blossom in every season. The park features grass fields, farms and rice paddies, and forests and ponds where you can observe insects, thousands of ducks and about 100 species of wild birds. There is also a Japanese garden with a tea ceremony house in Hanamizuki Hall, and the International Garden which uses a variety of soils from different parts of the world. In addition, the park has streams and playground equipment where children can play, a camping and barbecue site, a horseback riding ground, an all-season swimming pool and a sports center, among other recreational facilities and nature observation and experience sites. It's the perfect place to spend an entire day.
Location〒 538-0036 2-163 Ryokuchikoen, Tsurumi-ku, Osaka
ClosedVaries by location
OpenVaries by location
DirectionsRight outside Tsurumi-ryokuchi Station on Osaka Metro Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line
- Restaurant Available
- Parking Available
- Barrier Free