Meiji No Mori Mino Quasi-national Park
- Address: Minoo, Osaka Prefecture 562-0001, Japan
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park
Meiji No Mori Mino Quasi-national Park - Review
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Meiji No Mori Mino Quasi-national Park, Osaka Reviews
Beautiful spot. If you’re planning to go for autumn leaves. Late October early November looks like it will be a good time to go!(2018) The track was easy to navigate and had handrails generally along the whole track. I’ve seen a few reviews say there are a lot of stairs. I didn’t think so. There are some of course, but very manageable. Saw signs to watch out for monkeys and be cautious of them, but no monkeys at all. We went on a public holiday, was a bit busy, but was good to see people out and enjoying nature with their families and friends! If you get a chance to go, do it! You won’t be disappointed. A packed lunch might be a good idea if you don’t want to pay too much for average food. If you want to eat at a restaurant riverside, it seems you need to make a booking at least one day in advance, so don’t rely on that. There are some walk in restaurants and stalls, but nothing too amazing.
Incredible place in the nature. It's so relaxing that you don't want to leave anymore. There are plenty of kiosks with snacks and drinks a long the way, as well some toilets every few steps. After a ~40min hike you arrive to the Minoo Falls with its powerful waterfall.
Beautiful scenery and easy to get to from Osaka. It is famous for its make-believe tempura and fall foliage. The start of the trail is fairly flat and Pete, but there are stairs as well. I recommend going for and escape from the city. There are cafés and temples along the way.
It is a long way to the famous waterfall. The trail is a bit rough. However, once you get there, it will all be worth it. Please note that the vending machines are pricey there so you should bring your own stuff. There is a shrine, a big musrum/info center, a couple of nice locations where you can access the river, and a bunch of toilets along the way. I think they are gender neutral complexes. They do smell, however.
Beautiful scenery! Recent damage prevented us from seeing everything. But as with so many natural sights in Japan, it was still worth it for the enjoyment of being away from the city. There are two ways to explore the park. The Minoo Station is at the base of the park trail. So, if you want the full experience start walking uphill going pretty much straight (maybe slightly left) as soon as you exit the train station doors. However, we visited in August. It's hot and humid. The park, waterfall, and shady path are a wonderful reprieve from the city. But it would have been a full day of hiking mostly uphill in the heat. So, we got into a taxi and had him drive us to the Minoh Waterfall directly. It's the lazy way. Yet, we saw all of the sights that were available with the recent damage. We enjoyed the food, water, temples, and shrines. And we were not among the numerous exhausted looking people hiking uphill that we saw as we went down. Yes, for the full experience, or if this sight has religious meaning for you, you should walk the path as ancient people did. If you just want a beautiful day of nature, and it's hot, take a taxi up and walk down!