Meiji no Mori Minoh Quasi-National Park

Meiji no Mori Minoh Quasi-National Park

Revered by poets and writers for centuries, this waterfall and extraordinary valley are among the most famous in Kansai. With a width of 5 meters and a height of 33 meters, the massive Minoh waterfall provides natural benefits thanks to its negative ions and forest locale. Located just 40 minutes away from Umeda in Osaka, visitors can enjoy the scenery in each of the four seasons, from the cherry blossoms in spring to the frost-covered trees and icicles in winter, and the astonishingly beautiful red leaves of late autumn. Meiji no Mori Minoh was designated as a Quasi-National Park on December 11, 1967, and its picturesque natural beauty expands across the northern part of Minoh City at altitudes of between about 100 and 600 meters. The park lies at the end of the Tokai Nature Trail. One of the premier tourist destinations in the Hokusetsu region, it attracts over two million visitors every year. Restaurants, cafes, lodgings and souvenir shops line the Takimichi walking path leading to the park.
Photo provided by Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau

[Fee] Free
[Access] Approx. 5 min. walk to the park entrance from Minoh Station on the Hankyu Minoh Line
[Credit Card Payment] Not accepted
[Foreign Language Support] Yes



Postal Code
Minokoen, Mino, Osaka Prefecture
Minoh City Tourism Association 072-721-3014


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