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We took from the pier a shuttle bus and at the shuttle bus stop a small bus to the garden.
Take a waiting time at the small bus in account. The Garden is very well developed and nice. During our visit a part was not...More
We cycled here from the port of Sakaiminato. The distance is about 11 mm one way with the only real climbing being going over a bridge. At Yuushien there is a store selling ginseng. The gardens themselves are quite beautiful. Unfortunately, in early November few...More
definitely the most beautiful garden visited. we made the visit twice and then stayed in the tea room watching the garden during one hour while drinking a matcha latte. the construction of the garden is fantastic with always something to catch your eye. mist is...More
This venue is an unspoiled botanical wonderland designed to impart peace and tranquility. On an island in the middle of Lake Nakaumi it is famous for it's amazing collection of Japanese peonies. Entering through a display hall dedicated to ginseng, paths meander through the traditional...More
We were neary with a cruise ship and got the shuttle to town and then from there the free shuttle to the Yuushien Gardens. Entry was 800JPY but we got 100 discount by showing our passports. Amazing displays of the biggest peonies we have ever...More
Very beautiful garden with excellent private function rooms so that you can just sit in these rooms and enjoy the scenery. The coffee shop is also worth staying for a while. While I am not a coffee drinker, I can smell the aroma and it...More
We were attending a conference that held a banquet here. Only got a fairly short trip around the garden but we thoroughly enjoyed the foliage, flowers, structure and layout. Worth a visit. The banquet food was delicious.
If you are visiting Sakai Minato, take the opportunity to visit this garden. The garden operates a free shuttle service from the train station. Show your passport for a substantial discount on admission, and if you are a senior, you get an even greater discount....More