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Nanrakuen Garden was created in 1931 by cultivating a mountain forest. The garden covers a total area of 153,322 m2 and is planted with 200,000 trees of about 150 species. In the Japanese-style garden with a pond circulation system, the Upper and Lower Ponds are surrounded by seasonal flowers, fruit and vegetable fields, and seasonal delicacies. Depending on the season, visitors can also experience harvesting mandarin oranges, pears, grapes, sweet potatoes, chestnuts, etc., and enjoy fishing and barbeques.
1813 Chikaie, Tsushima-cho, Uwajima City, Ehime Prefecture
Admission fee: Adults 310 yen, Children (elementary, junior high and high school students) 150 yen
10:00-16:00, until 17:00 in summer (admission until 30 minutes)
Tuesday (If Tuesday is a holiday, the next weekday)
5 minutes from Uwajima Road "Tsushima Iwamatsu IC"
From Semboku Rapid Railway "Toga-Mikita Station", take Nankai Bus No. 2 bus stop "Yokoyama Koukou Mae" and get off at "Bessho Minami" bus stop.
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