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Things to do in Ikeda, JP

Chausuyama Park
Chausuyama Park

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Daikoji
Daikoji

The Dr. Daisaku Ikeda Ecological Park is open to the public and its land, waterways, fauna and wildlife are protected by Brazil's Federal Conservation Law. In 2014, the City of Chicago named a section of Wabash Avenue in downtown Chicago "Daisaku Ikeda Way," with the Chicago City Council measure passing unanimously, 49 to 0.

Gosha Shrine
Gosha Shrine

Gosha Shrine in the Ikeda area, Japan Are you looking for a cheap Gosha Shrine hotel, a 5 star Gosha Shrine hotel or a family friendly Gosha Shrine hotel? You just landed in the best site to find the best deals and offers on the most amazing accommodations for your stay.

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Hankyu Takarazuka Main Line
Hankyu Takarazuka Main Line

The Hankyu Takarazuka Main Line does not connect directly to Osaka Station, but to the nearby Hankyu Umeda Station. Hankyu Umeda Station is situated north east of Osaka Station and is connected to Osaka Station City by a raised walkway and by underground tunnels. At Hankyu Umeda Station Takarazuka Line trains depart from Platforms 4 and 5.

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Ichijoin
Ichijoin

Ichijoin Temple is located in Ikeda. Plan your visit to Ichijoin Temple and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Ikeda tour site.

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Ikeda Castle
Ikeda Castle

Ikeda Wine Castle (Ikeda Wine-jyou) The Wine Castle built on a hill reminds us of old castles in Europe. Tokachi wine, one of the local specialties of Ikeda Town, is aged and sold in Ikeda Wine Castle.

Ikeda Ekimae Park
Ikeda Ekimae Park

Ikeda Ekimae Park is located in Ikeda. Take a look at our Ikeda tour itinerary builder tool to schedule your visit to Ikeda Ekimae Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.

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Ikeda Shrine
Ikeda Shrine

Yasaka Shrine is a Shinto Shrine in Ikeda Osaka. Yasaka Shrine was established in 978AD and rebuilt in 1610. Yasaka Shrine is a designated Important Cultural Property.

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Itami Sky Park
Itami Sky Park

The Best Park & Forests in Ikeda on Yelp. Read about places like: 五月平展望台, Itami Sky Park, Hattori Ryokuti Park, Satsukiyamakōen Tsumesho, Park Minamisenri, Yodogawakasen Park, Makiochi Minami Park, 千里中央公園...

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Mino Falls
Mino Falls

Minoo Park's main hiking trail extends about three kilometers through a valley alongside the Minoo River. The trail begins near Hankyu Minoo Station and leads to the Minoo Waterfall. With a height of 33 meters, the waterfall is the park's main natural attraction.

Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum
Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum

This is a faithful recreation of the work shed where Chicken Ramen, the world's first instant noodles, was invented. Momofuku Ando and the Story of Instant Noodles The story of the invention of instant noodles, the growth of this new industry, and the value of intellectual property are displayed graphically and chronologically.

Museum of Osaka University
Museum of Osaka University

... The National Museum of Art, Osaka, JP ... Hamada, Shimane, JP. Ikeda Museum of 20th Century Art, Ikeda ... Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of ...

Satsukiyama Park
Satsukiyama Park

Satsukiyama Park, in Ikeda Osaka Prefecture, features Satsuki azalea a traditional expression of May in Japanese. There you can see not only Satsuki azalea but many various flowers throughout the year. Satsukiyama Park shows a breath-taking viewing during cherry blossom season. There are many walking courses.

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Satsukiyama Zoo
Satsukiyama Zoo

Satsukiyama Zoo in Ikeda City, Osaka Prefecture, can best be described as a “small” and “cute” zoo. First the “small”: the land area of the zoo covers only 0.3 hectares (3000 square meters). You can walk the length of the zoo from end to end in less than 5 minutes.

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Shotengu Saikoji
Shotengu Saikoji

Ikeda Corporation was established. Kaoru Ikeda assumed of the position of president of the corporation. Head office : Yaesu Bldg., Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Apr., 1964: The export and import business was transferred from Ikeda Gomei Kaisha to Ikeda Corporation. Feb., 1965: The head office of Ikeda Corporation moved to New Tokyo Bldg., in Marunouchi.

Suigetsu Park
Suigetsu Park

Suigetsu Park is located in Ikeda. For Suigetsu Park and beyond, use our Ikeda day trip planning website to get the most from your Ikeda vacation.

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Tada Shrine
Tada Shrine

The God (Kami) of the Shrine is Mitsunaka Tada (912-987 A.D), who was historically one of the famous Shōguns during the Heian Period. In Shinto, great people can be considered Kami (gods) and enshrined after their passing.

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Toyoshimano Park
Toyoshimano Park

Cherry tree, azalea, famous place of colored leaves that spread out in halfway up a mountain from the foot of the azalea mountains of Ikeda-shi (315.3m above sea level) which are symbol. There are five hiking courses and observation decks and, as the perfect ground surveying Osaka plains, is chosen to "100 selections of Osaka green".

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Tsujigaike Park,
Tsujigaike Park,

Don't leave Fido in the hotel room when you're on vacation. Get out and play! No matter where you're headed, we can point you towards the nearest off-leash dog park, the most popular dog beach, a really great hiking trail, and lots of other pet friendly activities in Ikeda, JP.

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Yasaka Shrine
Yasaka Shrine

Yasaka Shrine, once called Gion Shrine, is a Shinto shrine in the Gion District of Kyoto, Japan. Situated at the east end of Shijō-dōri (Fourth Avenue), the shrine includes several buildings, including gates, a main hall and a stage.HistoryInitial construction on the Shrine began in 656.

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