[Mishima City Park Rakujuen]
The park which is home to the source of the Gembe, a river which flows through Mishima, the "Water City"
Rakujuen is a park where visitors can enjoy beautiful views of trees and clear water, as afforded for example by Kohama Pond, source of the Gembe, a river that flows through the city. Many traces of volcanic activity can be seen, as the park was built on land formed by lava flows when Mt. Fuji erupted ten thousand years ago. The building called Rakujukan which stands in the park was constructed as a second home for Prince Akihito of Komatsu in 1890. The sliding paper doors and ceilings inside are decorated with elegant and beautiful pictures. There are also other attractions (for example Dobustu Fureai Hiroba, a small petting zoo area), and everyone from children to adults can have fun.
|Posted photos||Main Rakujukan and Kohama Pond
Three photos Upper left Inside Rakujukan, Upper right Capybara (Dobutsu Fureai Hiroba), lower Lava mound
|Address||19-3 Ichibancho, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka|
|Phone||+81-55-975-2570 (Japanese only)|
|Opening hours||9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. April to October, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. November to March (last admissions are 30 minutes before closing time)|
|Holidays||Every Monday (next working day if Monday is a holiday), year-end and New Years (December 27th to January 2nd)|
|Admission fee||Adults 300 yen
Children aged under 15 and students who present student ID Free
|Access||Approx. 3-minute walk from the south exit of "Mishima Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen.|
updated on Mar 28, 2017
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