Minoo Park

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Minoo Park, also referred to as Mino or Minoh, is a forested area on the outskirts of Osaka that provides residents and visitors alike a peaceful haven among nature. The scenic valley was given quasi-national park status in 1967 and is popular for its maple trees, well-maintained walking paths, quaint shops and restaurants, temples, and, most famously, for the stunning Minoo Waterfall.



1-18 Minookoen, Minoo, Osaka (Map) (Directions)


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Take the Hankyu Takarazuka Line from Umeda Station to Ishibashi Station and then hop on the Hankyu Minoo Line to Minoo Station. From Minoo Station, the park is about a 10-minute walk.

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