An agricultural park full of greenery and flowers that spreads out over the Senboku hills in the southern part of Sakai City.
There are lawn plazas, flower fields, suspension bridges, etc. on the site eight times larger than Koshien Stadium, and a 54-seater harvest train runs leisurely.
With the theme of “freshness, safety, and deliciousness,” you can enjoy seasonal harvesting experiences, handmade experiences such as bread and sausages, and craft experiences such as ceramics and painting.
At the Fureai Square, you can come in contact with small animals such as rabbits, milk cows, and experience horseback riding.
Kansai’s largest turf ski slope is also fun.
There is also a direct sales shop for freshly picked vegetables delivered from nearby farmers, a handmade building that sells homemade products and freshly baked bread made at Meister Kobo, a restaurant, and a barbecue site.
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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