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Expo Commemoration Park
The park was built on the site of the Japan World Exposition 1970. It encompasses the Natural and Cultural Garden with a design inspired by forests and rural landscapes, the Tower of the Sun in the center designed by Okamoto Taro, the Japanese garden, the Natural Museum of Ethnology, hot springs, restaurants, and accommodation facilities among others. The Expo '70 Commemorative Stadium is the home ground of J League football team "Gamba Osaka". The practice range and clubhouse located southeast of the park is open to public.
10 Senribanpakukoen, Suita, Osaka
Free for preschool-aged children.
9:30 - 17:00
Every Wednesday (If Wednesday falls on a public holiday, the park will close on the next day instead) December 28 – January 1
A cultural park with the iconic "Tower of the Sun".
5 minutes from Bampaku-kinen-koen Station on Osaka Monorail.
5 minutes from Suita IC on Meishin Expressway.
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