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Water Eco Park Oasis Park
Water Eco Park Oasis Park in Gifu prefecture is a large leisure facility that consists of a Water Eco Park, an aquarium, Highway Oasis and so on. The park has various facilities for children such as a large Ferris wheel, a huge maze, playground equipment. It also has a restaurant and a cafe that serves great food including local specialties. In addition, Oasis Park regularly holds various events that parents and children can enjoy together. It is a popular spot for families.
- 1453 Kawashima Kasadamachi, Kakamigahara-shi, Gifu
- Contact No.
- From Meitetsu Gifu station on Meitetsu line or JR Gifu station, take Gifu bus bound for Kawashima Matsukura. Get off at Kawashima Kasada. Walk for 15 minutes. (There are buses bound for Kasen Kankyo Rakuen on weekends and holidays)
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 9:30- 22:00 (changes seasonally)
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 2.5 hours
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Playground Popular among Children
Oasis Park has attractions such as a large Ferris wheel and a huge maze, in addition to various kinds of playground equipment. There are many equipment that fascinate children and make them smile including “Kiri no asobiba” (playground of mist) where children can play with water, and a 65m long fish-shaped toy.
Freshwater Fish Aquarium: Aqua-Toto-Gifu
Freshwater fish aquarium: Aqua-Toto-Gifu has various freshwater fish from around the world. 28,500 creatures and plants in 260 species can be seen at this aquarium. It is one of the largest freshwater fish aquariums in the world. There are also some cute animals like otters and capybara.
Experience the Nature of Kiso River at Kisogawa-Suien
Kisogawa-Suien (Kiso River Water Park) located in Water Eco Park is a facility to recreate the nature of Kiso River including an 8-meter-high waterfall, Otaki, and a beautiful gorge along Kiso River. Children can learn about nature and the environment through their experience of playing with water on the riverside and boating around the lower section of the river.