Top 10 Things to do in Toyonaka, Japan

February 13, 2018 Hana Mouser

Toyonaka in Japan, from Asia region, is best know for Parks. Discover best things to do in Toyonaka with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Toyonaka

1. Hattori Ryokuchi Park

1-1 Hattoriryokuchi, Toyonaka 561-0873, Osaka Prefecture +81 6-6862-4946
Excellent
38%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 122 reviews

Hattori Ryokuchi Park

Reviewed By M B - London, United Kingdom

Lots of really interesting old farmhouses which were disassembled, relocated from all over Japan and rebuilt in this lovely setting. You can go into most of the farmhouses and see the conditions in which people lived. Good explanatory texts in English, easy and quick to get to from Central Osaka. Surprisingly good, particularly on a nice day. ¥500 for adults.

2. La Sola

3-5555 Nishimachi Hotarugaike, Toyonaka 560-0036, Osaka Prefecture
Excellent
21%
Good
55%
Satisfactory
22%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 244 reviews

La Sola

Reviewed By Kimitaka S

If you are a lover of airplanes, it is a right place to go. From the Observatory deck, you can watch taking offs and landings. For the moment, some renovations are underway. If the work is completed, the view from the deck will be nicer.

3. Lounge Osaka

3-555 Nishimachi Hotarugaike | Osaka International Airport Central Block 3F La Sora Terrace, Toyonaka 560-0036, Osaka Prefecture +81 6-6856-6980
Excellent
11%
Good
60%
Satisfactory
27%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 151 reviews

Lounge Osaka

Reviewed By Kimitaka S

Lounge Osaka is a credit card members' lounge at Osaka airport, and if you have a gold card or that of above rank, you can use it free of charge. After the renewal it became much better. Spacious and comfortable. But unlike the lounge of airlines, beer is not free. If you are hungry, you can buy Maisen's sandwiches at lounge (about $4).

4. Open-Air Museum of Old Japanese Farm Houses

1-2 Hattori-Ryokuchi, Toyonaka 561-0873, Osaka Prefecture +81 6-6862-3137
Excellent
50%
Good
42%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 70 reviews

Open-Air Museum of Old Japanese Farm Houses

The Open-Air Musuem of Old Japanese Farmhouses is an outdoor museum where representative houses from throughout Japan have been moved and restored for exhibition along with related items and implements from daily living. Located on grounds of about 36,000㎡ inside Hattori Ryokuchi Park in Toyonaka City, Osaka Prefecture, the museum has on display 12 farmhouses such as the Namba Magariya from as far north as Iwate to the Takakura from as far south as Amami Oshima. These houses were all built in Edo period(17-19th century) and are imbued with the style created by the climate, culture, and customs characteristic to each locality. The clever use of the natural surroundings and wisdom applied by people at the time to live in harmony are in display throughout of time to convey to us quietly important messages.

Reviewed By stonecold2017 - Tokyo, Japan

2017.03.16 visited the Open Air Museum of Old Japanese Farm Houses (日本民家集落博物館) with the goal of seeing if the site would be worth taking our guests from USA and our company employees from various country branches. Unfortunately, the women selling the entry ticket was rude, abrupt, and very anti-social. We were told that the site would close at 5 PM but we arrived at 4:35, the main gate was opened but we were denied entry... why? Not sure. We were told that the place is closed. No other explanation. After 10 minutes or more negotiation, we finally were able to enter after paying 500 Yen (USD $4.40 or EUR 4.11) per person half price for kids. In short... if you plan to visit the place, make sure you visit it in the morning, otherwise save your money and dignity, and go somewhere else because you will be denied entry for some reason.

5. Skyland HARADA

1-1 Haradanishimachi, Toyonaka 561-0806, Osaka Prefecture +81 6-6846-8181
Excellent
42%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 35 reviews

Skyland HARADA

Reviewed By まるん - Osaka, Japan

飛行機が好きで、飛んでいった状態よりも、着陸する様子をきれいに見たい方には、とても、おすすめだと思います。ほかにも有名な飛行機を見るスポットも近くにありますが、視点が変わるというか、すごく新鮮だと思います。

6. Kita Osaka Kyuko Railway Co.,Ltd.

Toyonaka 560-0082, Osaka Prefecture
Excellent
14%
Good
39%
Satisfactory
42%
Poor
5%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 76 reviews

Kita Osaka Kyuko Railway Co.,Ltd.

Reviewed By ykamachi - Mino, Japan

江坂⇔緑地公園⇔桃山台⇔千里中央これだけの鉄道である。江坂駅からは市営地下鉄御堂筋線にジョイントされて運転手も車掌もこの駅で交代する。制服の形も少し違うがなぜこんな紛らわしい事をするのか?調べたら市営化+阪急が資本提携だそうだ。JRの方も九州、四国、西日本、東海、東日本、北海道と6社に分社化されているがいずれもどこで接点や交代制度があるのか?ないのか?客側からは計り知れない。この北大阪急行も地下鉄御堂筋線の延長線上にあってたった3駅間だけが会社だとは?JRのような問題が起こったならどこが責任制度を持つのか判りにくい。

7. Hattori Tenjingu Shrine

1-2-17 Hattorimotomachi, Toyonaka 561-0851, Osaka Prefecture +81 6-6862-5022
Excellent
25%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
25%
Poor
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Overall Ratings

4 based on 31 reviews

Hattori Tenjingu Shrine

Reviewed By Chris B

Well worth a visit for those passing through the Toyonaka area. Gives a good sample of the typical shrine experience. If you are lucky enough to visit during the brief festival time you can enjoy great music, dancing and beer in the shrine area! Other times the surrounding Hattori area offer a great selection of places to eat.

8. Senri Riverbank

2-1-29 Haradanaka, Toyonaka 561-0807, Osaka Prefecture
Excellent
54%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
15%
Poor
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Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 19 reviews

Senri Riverbank

Reviewed By ykamachi - Mino, Japan

子供の頃、飛行機を見上げるのが好きだった。箕面に住んでこの千里川を知った。ここの皮から伊丹空港の発着陸が真上に見れる。機の腹が真上に見れるから臨場感がある。

9. Museum of Osaka University

1-20 Machikaneyamacho, Toyonaka 560-0043, Osaka Prefecture +81 6-6850-6284
Excellent
37%
Good
57%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 16 reviews

Museum of Osaka University

Reviewed By Route128North - North Shore, MA

My husband and I enjoyed a visit to the Museum of Osaka University last spring. (Note: The museum is also known as Machikaneyama Museum, named for Mount Machikane nearby.) The first crocodile fossil found in Japan, Machikanewani, was discovered during construction work on the campus and is now on exhibit at the museum; the crocodile is the mascot of the University so it was especially appropriate--and fun--to see this exhibit. Other fossils and archaeological findings from the campus area are displayed as well. We also visited an exhibit on the history of the University, which dates back to the early 19th century with the establishment of Tekijuku, an early medical school that incorporated western medical knowledge. The collections on microscopy, early computer development, and measurement instruments were interesting, too. It had been a long time since we had seen slide rules!
We spent a little over an hour at the museum although we could have spent somewhat longer had our schedule permitted. An English-language brochure is available at the reception desk and much of the signage has English translations so it was not difficult to understand the exhibits. Museum staff were friendly. There is no charge for admission. A viewing platform on the roof of the building provides a nice look at the surrounding area.
We were glad we had the opportunity to better understand the University’s history and accomplishments through our quick visit to the Museum.

10. Hattori Ryokuchi Toshi Ryokka Botanical Garden

1-13-2 Terauchi, Toyonaka 561-0872, Osaka Prefecture +81 6-6866-3621
Excellent
22%
Good
51%
Satisfactory
27%
Poor
0%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4 based on 18 reviews

Hattori Ryokuchi Toshi Ryokka Botanical Garden

Reviewed By ykamachi - Mino, Japan

服部緑地公園は、千里万博(1970年)に開催時に豊中市が公園を造成した。都市型公園なので「和風庭園」をなるべく避けて「欧米風のガーデニングを調達」した。近くに千里万博に勤める外国人の宿舎があったから

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