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Osaka is the second biggest city in Japan. This metropolitan space is dotted with greenery and parks, you can escape into. Osaka’s parks are beautiful all year round. Cherry blossoms in bloom in March, Maple leaves changing its color in November and Now Rare Pokémon hanging around.

Osaka Castle Park / 大阪城公園

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Abra

This is the Osaka’s most famous park. The biggest attraction is obviously the castle itself.   Every spring, the Osaka Castle Park becomes washed in white and pink with several hundred cherry blossom trees on the park grounds.  It is the typical beautiful Japanese image, an oriental castle peeking through a sea of cherry blossoms and Autumn leaves replace the cherry blossoms in November.

Access : 10-minute walk from Osakajo-koen station on the JR loop line or Tanimachi-4chome station on the subway Tanimachi line and Chuo line

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Nagai Park / 長居公園

Nagai Park is an urban park located just outside Osaka’s city centre, with the Botanical Garden, the Osaka Museum of Natural History, and two of Osaka’s sports stadiums. there is sure to be something for everyone. The park has lots of flowers and greenery, as well as trails for running or cycling. This park is less touristy than the more famous ones and is mostly visited by locals.

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Rhyhorn

Access : Short walk from Nagai station on the subway midosuji line. 10-minute walk from Tsurugaoka or Nagai station on the JR Hanwa line

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Kyuhoji Ryokuchi Park / 久宝寺緑地公園

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Electabuzz

This park is located in Yao city.   There is “Peony Garden” that you can see flowers from about 50 varieties and 700 flowers every year in May.
[wc_fa icon=”subway” margin_left=”” margin_right=”” class=””][/wc_fa] Access : 20-minute walk from Kyuhoji station on the JR Yamatoji line
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Kema Sakuranomiya Park / 毛馬桜ノ宮公園

sakuranomiya park

One of the most famous sites for cherry-blossom gazing in Osaka. The Park is filled with 5000 cherry blossom trees during the spring, which give a magical atmosphere to the urban park.  Let’s spread out a blanket on the grass for a picnic, or take a stroll through the park.

Pikachuu
Pikachuu

Access : Short walk from Temmabashi station on the Subway Tanimachi Line or the Keihan Line.  Sakuranomiya station on the JR Osaka Loop Line

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Ogimachi Park / 扇町公園

Shellder
Shellder

The park has large‐sized play equipments, such as, jungle gym, and mountain slider, tunnel-like slide which is using a hill, practice field for rock‐climbing, and ground, fountain, seasonal flower’s flower bed, open space with grass. There is table tennis place, facilities which has multi purpose room, Ogimachi swimming pool, A short walk to about 2.6km of Tenjinbashi shopping street from north to south.

Access : 1-minute walk from Ogimachi station on the Subway Sakaisuji line.

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Tennouji Park / 天王寺公園

A view of the Tsutenkaku tower

Tennouji park is located next to Tennoji Station, the southern gateway to Osaka. In 2015, it reopened with a wide open space with grass, futsal court, playland, restaurants and shops. It’s also home to the Tennoji Zoological Gardens and the Osaka Municipal Museum of Art.

Pokemon's Nest: Nidoran-♀
Nidoran-♀

Access : short walk from Tennouji station on the JR, and the Osaka subway

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Tatsumi Park / 巽公園

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Jynx

Tatsumi Park is located in Osaka Ikuno ward, a small local park.
Access : 12-minute walk from Kita-Tatsumi station on the Subway Sennichimae line.
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Sawanocho Park / 沢ノ町公園

Sawanocho Park is just another local park in Osaka. It is a chance to observe how Osaka’s residents enjoy the green space in their city.
Access : 10-minute walk from Abiko-cho station on the JR Hanwa line or Sawanocho station on the Nankai koya line.
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Charmander
Charmander

Kishiwada Central Park / 岸和田中央公園

Omanyte
Omanyte

This park is a former site of Haruki Horse Racetrack, full of greenery park in central part of Kishiwada city. There are “flowers and trees garden” where you can see seasonal flowers.
Access : 15-minute walk from Haruki station on the Nankai main line.
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●Pokemon’s nests in Kyoto

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