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Momotaro Park
Nagoya Top 5 in Family-Friendly Attractions

29 Reviews
Historical Site
Liked by 4
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Furuyashiki Kurisu, Inuyama, Aichi 484-0002, Japan
Phone: +81-568-611576

What people are saying:

Momotaro Park is the place where Momotaro was born in a famous Japanese folklore. There are many colorful concrete statues that vividly show the story of the legend, and the large torii gate of the shrine is also very interesting. Although it is generally believed that Okayama is the most official hometown of Momotaro, there are Momotaro Shrines and various related monuments in Shikoku and Nagoya. Where is Momotaro's real hometown? It requires travelers to be there. I was appraised after personally visiting when traveling. The most worth visiting of Momotaro Paradise in Inuyama is the Treasure Museum. You can see many surprising objects, such as the big peach fossil born by Momotaro, photos of real ghost bones, ghost horns, weapons, and the items they searched. All kinds of treasures are very alternative treasures, and interested friends can try to find them.

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