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A nice park to enjoy a stroll and relax

Lovely park with beautiful fountain and ponds. The Gifu Museum of History, Nawa Insect Museum... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2017
Singapore, Singapore
Good park with all kind of attractions

This park is very cozy and there are historic castle with excellent view,theme park of squirrel... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2016
Tokyo, Japan
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19 May 2017
“Terrific place”
21 Feb 2017
“A nice park to enjoy a stroll and relax”
1-46 Omiya-cho, Gifu 500-8003, Gifu Prefecture
+81 58-265-4141
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Reviewed 19 May 2017

Typical Japanese garden and park peaceful serene and amazing plants well worth a visit by everyone great water feature too

Thank Eagle E
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Lovely park with beautiful fountain and ponds. The Gifu Museum of History, Nawa Insect Museum, Kinka Ropeway station etc are within the park.

Thank CHTeo
Reviewed 2 October 2016

This park is very cozy and there are historic castle with excellent view,theme park of squirrel ,and also museum.More over there are restaurants and souvenir shops too.You can enjoy whole day here.

Thank GAIDA2014
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Literally almost 100 folks of all ages flock here to play Pokemon Go! My usual power walking route...since Pokemon I've taken a different route.. Must visit location on the foot of Mt.Kinka..the cable cars are nearby to go up to Gifu Caste and Squirrel Sanctuary.

Thank Dayne_1968
Reviewed 1 September 2016

There's no shortage of beautiful scenery in Japan, but this space is so exceptionally tranquil and beautifully maintained that it stands out as one of the most beautiful landscapes we had the pleasure of enjoying. It is a place we hope to return to during...More

Thank Alyssa379
Reviewed 9 June 2016

Small but nice garden near Kinka mountain. Worth spending 10 minutes or stopping by for some snacks.. Has a museum inside.

Thank Irina M
Reviewed 3 May 2016

This was my local park when I lived in Gifu. It was a really beautiful place to spend the spring/summer days relaxing and watching the world go by.

Thank Bronagh S
Reviewed 10 April 2016

Gifu-koen is quiet and well kept with some ponds, a fountain, lots of trees and is home to the cable car station giving access to Mount Kinka. It's not a patch on some of the gardens i've visited, but still makes for a nice place...More

Thank Emma C
Reviewed 20 March 2016

I didn't know there are the place where the politician Taisuke Itagaki (1837-1919) was stabbed to serious injury by the ruffian during his speech. The following message that he uttered at that time is well-known to people. As if I was stabbed to death, democracy...More

Thank Masahiro_12
Reviewed 27 December 2015 via mobile

There is really nothing much at this part. There is a insert museum, a few trees, a few small food outlets, and a rope way station to the Gifu Palace, nothing else to offer.

Thank Jeremy G
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