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 (senior high school students or older) 300 yen Children (junior high school students or younger) 150 yen Seniors (over 65 years) 150 yen Physical disability certificate owners 150 yen Group discount: Adults (20 or more people) 240 yen|
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