Minoh Waterfall and nature walk through the Minoh Park

2 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Day Trip
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket

Set yourself free from the hustling and bustling streets of big cities and dip yourself in nature, refreshing both body and soul. Local Osaka people used to call this area with a phrase "Deep in the mountains of Minoh". Wild monkeys are seen at waterfall area from time to time. The temple along the hiking road is the oldest ascetic Buddhism temple in Japan as it was an ideal training place to seek self and to be enlightened. The area is a very popular hiking spot for Osaka citizens. Let's enjoy the Minoh Quasi National Park, an Oasis very close to the city.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: ALL STAR OSAKA WALK

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Mino

After picking-up travelers, we will take a Hankyu railway and get off at the Minoh station to start our hiking

Pass By: Minoosan Ryuanji Temple

Pass by the Ryuanji Temple, oldest ascetic Buddhism temple in Japan and mountain worship religion training place.

Pass By: Minoo Park

Minoo park has been an oasis of Osaka citizen as a popular spot to enjoy both nature and hot spring very close to the city. We will enjoy hiking through safe paved roads.

Pass By:

Legend says that two high ranked Chinese visitors came to see the area hearing its good reputation. However, they turned back when they came across two gigantic rocks that were on their way and gave up to go any further. This shows how deep in the mountain people though of this area in old days. But don't worry roads are paved now and the slopes are generally gentle.

Stop At: Waterfall of Mino

Immerse yourself in this beautiful nature. Listen to the sound of water coming down from the top of the fall hitting rocks and splashing. Nice and cool breathe from the fall will freshen you up with relaxation and gushing energy.

Duration: 30 minutes
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