A small rest space along the Dojima River in front of the court. There is a restaurant nearby, which looks like a terrace there, but there is a sign saying "Anyone please use it freely", and there are chairs and tables.
A park in front of the Osaka High Court. It is maintained along the Dojima River. According to the explanation board, this place was in front of the Hizen Saga Nabeshima Domain Kurashiki during the Edo period, called Nabeshima Beach, and was the best place to see the Tenjin Festival. It may still be a great place to see during the Tenjin Festival.
Even though it was a park, it was like a deck along the river. There is a sign saying "Anyone can use the tables and chairs in this facility", but there was no one using it because of the time. Or rather, the restaurant's outdoor terrace is right next to it in the same form, so it looks like a part of it, can I really sit freely? It was the atmosphere.
It feels like a small square under the elevated, and it is not a large park where you can play with playsets. There is a feeling of oppression as the highway runs above, and this season is cold in the shade. It's a square where you can get a little warmer and get a cup of coffee.
Near the Osaka High Court, it was elongated and park-like along the river. Some benches were also installed. Although it faces the river, I couldn't wipe out the feeling of a little annoying in a place like under the elevated Hanshin Expressway. From the nearby Crystal Bridge, it could only be seen under the elevated bridge. Grace, there was an Italian restaurant along the river.