Selected as one of the "Top 100 Urban Parks of Japan” the Nanraku-en Park is also shikoku's largest Japanese garden. Plum and cherry blossoms, irises, and azaleas etc. offer a beautiful scenery throughout the four seasons of the year.
|closed||New Year’s holiday (12.29-1.1)|
|parking space||available free approx. 500|
|admission fee||[Admission fees] Adults: 310 yen Children: (Elementary to High School students), 150 yen Seniors: (65 years or over), 150 yen. Physical disability certificate owners: 150 yen ※ Group discounts (20 or more people): ※ Adults,: 250 yen per person. ※ Children, Seniors, Physical disability certificate owners: 120 yen per person.|
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