A huge “Mino Waterfall” with a fall of 33m.

Witness the natural park (quasi-national park) of arresting scenic beauty with 100 to 600 meter high mountains in the northern part of Mino City. In the park a long gorge runs through forests from the magnificent Mino Waterfall, about 33 m high and 5 m wide, forming a habitat for 980 species of plants and over 3,000 species of insects. Located in precious natural forests in Osaka Prefecture, the park is the western starting point of the Tokai Natural Trail. Visitors can enjoy seasonal changes in the scenery, such as cherry blossoms in spring, trees covered with ice and hanging icicles in winter and especially the brilliantly colored leaves late in fall. The Mino Mountains are an ancient sacred site of Mountain Buddhism, where there are old temples, including Ryuanji Temple (otherwise known as Mino Temple), an important training center said to have been established by En-no-gyoja, the founder of Shugendo.



Mino-Koen, Mino City, Osaka Pref.

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Address Mino-Koen, Mino City, Osaka Pref.
Access Short walk from Mino Sta. on the Hankyu Mino Line Take a Hankyu bus at Senrichuo Sta. on the Subway Midosuji Line; short walk from Mino-eki bus stop.
Phone 072-721-3014
Website http://www.osaka-park.or.jp/hokubu/mino/main.html