To commemorate the success of the “Japan World Exposition” held in 1970, “Japanese Garden”, “Natural and Cultural Gardens”, and cultural, sports, leisure, and accommodation facilities will be used as a “cultural park surrounded by greenery” on the site. A park with a total area of about 260ha, with a group of people.
The “Natural and Cultural Gardens” is designed around the symbol of the exposition “Tower of the Sun” by Taro Okamoto, with forests to satoyama on the west side and lawns on the east side to create the image of a plain.
From “Forest” to “Satoyama”, you can feel the scenery of Japanese satoyama, such as the forest that shows seasonal changes, the nature where you can enjoy the scent and taste of birds and the scent of flowers, and the many waterfalls, water flows, and watermills. There is.
On the other hand, various events and festivals are held in the “plain” where there is a festival square and a green space.
In addition, there is the “Japanese Garden,” which was one of the exhibition facilities of the Japanese government at the time of the Expo, and the “National Museum of Ethnology,” which collects and publishes materials and information on all ethnic groups around the world as cultural facilities. ..
The Osaka Monorail “Expo’70 Commemorative Park Station” or “Koen East Exit Station” is convenient.
I introduced it briefly, but when you actually come to the site, you can experience the history and tradition more concretely with the locals.
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