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According to legend, the water from a waterfall in the park turned into sake (Japanese rice wine). And while the waterfall is just water these days, Yoro Park was selected as one of Gifu Prefecture's 33 best cherry blossom and fall foliage-viewing destinations. In spring, more than 3,000 cherry blossom trees turn the entire park pink, while in autumn red momiji and maple along with yellow ginkgo trees make a beautiful gradation along the road between the entrance of the park and the waterfall.
1298-2 Takabayashi, Yoro-cho, Yoro, Gifu
9:00 - 17:00
Mondays (Tuesday if the Monday is a holiday) as well as 29th December to 3rd January. Note that the park may close due to inclement weather, or may open during the high season including cherry blossoms, fall foliage, and Obon holiday seasons.
Park admission is free, but you have to pay to use the golf, tennis, and other facilities.
Take a train from either Yoro Railway Kuwana Station or Ogaki Station, and get off at Yoro Station. It is a 10-minute walk from there.
- A 20-minute drive from Meishin Expressway Ogaki Interchange. - A 25-minute drive from Meishin Expressway Sekigahara Interchange.
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