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Kiso Sansen Park
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The largest government-managed park in Japan straddling 3 prefectures: Aichi, Mie and Gifu. There are several parks and facilities scattered across the vast site, extending across the lower reaches of the Kiso Three Rivers (Kiso, Nagara and Ibi rivers). They are collectively referred to as “Kiso Sansen Park”.
Kiso Sansen Park Center 255 -3 Aburajima, Kaizu-cho, Kaizu, Gifu
Kiso Sansen Park Center 1st April - 30th June: 9:30-17:00 (Opening hours may vary due to special events) 1st July - 31st August: 9:30-18:00 1st September - 30th November: 9:30-17:00 1st December - 31st August: 9:30-16:30 (Opening hours may vary due to special events) 1st March - 31st March: 9:30-17:00 * Varies from facility to facility.
Kiso Sansen Park Center The 2nd Monday of each month (Except for April, August, and December/ weekday immediately following when a holiday falls on the second Monday) * Varies from facility to facility.
A variety of events are held at the park throughout the year, but make sure not to miss the tulips in the spring and the illumination in the winter.
Take Kaizu City Community Bus from the “Ishizu Station” on the Yoro Railway line, and get off at “Kiso Sansen Park” stop.
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