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Things to do in Kaizuka, JP

Eirakuyumenomori Park
Eirakuyumenomori Park

Nankai Railways operates a train from Osaka Kansai Airport (KIX) to Hotel Sunrise Inn, Kaizuka every 30 minutes. Tickets cost $3 - $4 and the journey takes 14 min.

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Enjoji
Enjoji

Kaizuka, Osaka. Kaizuka (貝塚市, Kaizuka-shi) is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan on Osaka Bay, southwest of the prefectural capital of Osaka. As of October 2016, the city has an estimated population of 88,345 and a population density of 2,000 persons per km².

Fukuda Park
Fukuda Park

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Higashiyamafureai Park
Higashiyamafureai Park

Aside from the giant statue, the park also offers fascinating archaeological exhibitions. One highlight is the Ogushi Midden, which is thought to have been made in the early Jōmon period (4000 to 2500 BC).

Imaike Park
Imaike Park

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Kani Park
Kani Park

Kaizuka is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan on Osaka Bay, southwest of the prefectural capital of Osaka. As of October 2016, the city has an estimated population of 88,345 and a population density of 2,000 persons per km². The total area is 43.99 km².

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Kishiki Shrine
Kishiki Shrine

The famous Kishiwada Danjiri Festival (mid Sep) is held by this shrine. This festival, called ‘The Fighting Festival’, is the most powerful and vibrant festival in Japan and from time to time some fatal accident occurred during the event. 35 local teams make their own huge float and participate in the event.

Kishiwada Castle
Kishiwada Castle

The town of Kishiwada in the south east of Osaka Prefecture is best known for its huge and wild Danjiri Festival where several tons of portable shrine are dragged through the town at breakneck speeds. Less well known is Kishiwada-jo, or Kishiwada Castle, a small castle near the west coast of Osaka Prefecture.

Kishiwada Natural Museum
Kishiwada Natural Museum

Contacts Shin-ichiro Hirata originator position: Head of the Division of Insect Natural History Museum, Kishiwada City JP email: yevgeni@mac.com Shin-ichiro Hirata metadata author position: Head of the Division of Insect

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Konoyama
Konoyama

Kaizuka is a city found in Osaka, Japan. It is located 34.45 latitude and 135.35 longitude and it is situated at 4 meters above sea level

Masaki Art Museum,
Masaki Art Museum,

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Minami Park
Minami Park

Mount Izumi Katsuragi is partly in Kaizuka territory. History 1889: Kaizuka Town, Asogou Village, Shima Village, Kijima Village and Nishi-Katsuragi Village (all within Minami District) were formed.

Mount Izumi Katsuragi
Mount Izumi Katsuragi

Mount Izumi Katsuragi is an 858 metres (2,815 ft) mountain located on the Kongō Range, straddling the prefectural boundary between Osaka and Wakayama in Japan. Parts of the mountain lie in Kishiwada and Kaizuka, Osaka, as well as in Kinokawa, Wakayama.

Okuyama Ameyama Nature Park
Okuyama Ameyama Nature Park

Located in Kumatori-town in Osaka Prefecture in Japan, Okuyama Ameyama Natural Park (奥山雨山自然公園) is a place ideal for jogging, trekking, biking, and even family bonding. Okuyama Ameyama Natural Park is really blessed by Mother nature.

Ryukokusan Mizumadera
Ryukokusan Mizumadera

Kaizuka (貝塚市, Kaizuka-shi) is a city located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan on Osaka Bay, southwest of the prefectural capital of Osaka. As of October 2016, the city has an estimated population of 88,345 and a population density of 2,000 persons per km².

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Senshuiwafune Shrine
Senshuiwafune Shrine

…to the northwest, is the Grand Shrine of Izumo (Izumo-taisha), the oldest Shintō shrine in Japan, attracting pilgrims throughout the year. Its present buildings, constructed largely in the late 19th century, cover an area of 40 acres (16 hectares) and are approached through an avenue of pine trees.

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