Meiji No Mori Minō Quasi-national Park
- Address: Minoo, Osaka Prefecture 562-0001, Japan
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park
Meiji No Mori Minō Quasi-national Park - Review
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0.18% of people who visit Osaka include Meiji No Mori Minō Quasi-national Park in their plan
44.44% of people start their Meiji No Mori Minō Quasi-national Park visit around 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Meiji No Mori Minō Quasi-national Park
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Meiji No Mori Minō Quasi-national Park, Osaka Reviews
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.
That waterfall is just breathtaking. However all of the stores are not open when I visited in February. I Guess they only operate during autumn. Still the place is great for a hike and sight seeing. Worth a visit despite the Long drive there.
Nice hike through nature and a beautiful view of the waterfall. There's some nice temples along the way too and to top it off it's not very well-known among tourists, so there's usually just a couple dozen people on the trail.
Minoo Park exhibits a different face in each of the 4 seasons. However, it is the most beautiful during the autumn season, when the autumn leaves are in full bloom and turning the whole forest orange. But take note: There is significant amount of walking required to hike the upwards trending trail. So if your body is not well, it may be better to have someone to assist you with the climb.
Great hiking that ends with a waterfall. It’s not a strenuous hike but can be difficult for elderly people. There are side trails that go up and then connect with the main trail. Many trails were damaged by a typhoon but there are signs. There are also nice shops and restaurants. Be sure to check out the tea café!