Minami-Temma Park

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Minami-Temma Park
Minami-Temma-Park-20090411-02.jpg
Type Urban park
Location Fukushima ward, Osaka City
Coordinates 34°41′31″N 135°30′52″E / 34.691879°N 135.514528°E / 34.691879; 135.514528Coordinates: 34°41′31″N 135°30′52″E / 34.691879°N 135.514528°E / 34.691879; 135.514528
Area 2.1430ha (0.021430 km2)
Operated by Osaka city
Status Open all year

Minami-Temma Park (南天満公園 Minami-Temma-Kōen?) is a public urban park situated at 1 chōme Tenjimbashi in Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan. It lies on the north side of the Ōkawa (Kyū-Yodo River) between Temma-bashi bridge and Tenjim-bashi bridge.

The park was constructed at the former Temma-Aomono-Ichiba vegetable wholesale market. Now, this park is a popular place for cherry blossom viewing in spring along the Kyū-Yodo River. The cherry blossom promenade is also a cycle path, which continues to northern Osaka (Suita City).

Brooklyn Museum - The Festival of Lanterns on Temma Bridge - Katsushika Hokusai

Facilities[edit]

  • Minami-Temma tennis court[1]
Three grass (hard) courts
  • Tenjimbashi Kita Kōban (police substation)
  • Monuments
  • Monument of Temma old songs
  • Monument of Edo era, Yodo River 50 Koku boat songs
  • Monument of vegetable wholesale market

Activities in the park[edit]

Access[edit]

Temmabashi Station of Keihan Railway is nearest.

Photographs[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]

External links[edit]

Media related to Minami-Temma Park at Wikimedia Commons