Eiraku Yumenomori Park - Osaka

Located at 65-110 Daimyo Noda Kumatori-cho, Sennan in Osaka Prefecture, Eiraku Yumenomori Park (永楽ゆめの森公園) is a newly built park that has become quite popular with the locals living nearby.

Eiraku Yumenomori Park (永楽ゆめの森公園)

Eiraku Yumenomori Park History

Also called Yongkura Yume no Mori Park, Eiraku Yumenomori Park opened in November 2015. Since that time, it has been a weekend bonding destination for locals especially those with children. The park has a total area of 5 hectares, most of which is hilly and forested. One can explore this part of the park, by following the hiking course around it. It is said that the best time to visit this part of the park is during spring when flowers are in full bloom. 

Welcome to Eiraku Yumenomori Park

There is also this cleared area of Eiraku Yumenomori Park with play equipment like seesaws, obstacle courses, swings, and several slides including the giant slide. Speaking of the giant slide, it seems like it is the most popular among the play equipment in the park. It is said that 20 kids could sit side by side at the top of the 20-30 foot slide. To reach the top of the slide one can simply walk up the cemented steps but for kids looking for a challenge, they may opt to conquer the log obstacle course beside the cemented steps on their way up. Another highlight of Eiraku Yumenomori Park is its dome-like trampoline. Kids really do enjoy jumping and bouncing up and down this playground attraction. As a matter of fact, my daughter spent almost an hour doing this. 


Check out the map of Eiraku Yumenomori Park

Yomo enjoying his early morning walk.

The mini slide

Go, Ella! 

Believe it or not, it's not only kids who love visiting this place during the weekends. Adults tend to visit to relax and unwind. Others even visit with friends for a picnic or barbecue. While nature lovers follow the hiking course to admire the park's flora and fauna.  Even pet dogs look forward to weekends as this place is also a perfect place to bond with their masters. 

Kids would surely love the vast play area.

Check out this cabin!

Everyone loves this bouncy attraction

Oh no!!!

The adventure zone at the top of the hill

Eiraku Yumenomori Park hiking trail

Eiraku Yumenomori Park as seen from the top of the slide

The giant slide as seen from the park grounds

 

My daughter and I got to visit Eiraku Yumenomori Park on the 12th day of our 2018 Japan Trip. It was my Japanese godfather who brought us to the park as he wanted Ella to have and also for us to have some more bonding time. On my end, I got nostalgic as I had my first solo adventure in the nearby Okuyama Ameyama Natural Park four years back. During that time the park was just a forested area. 

Ella enjoying her time at the park with Yomo

Eiraku Yumenomori Park Admission Fee:

Good news! There are no admission fees to enter Eiraku Yumenomori Park. 

Eiraku Yumenomori Opening Hours:

Eiraku Yumenomori Park is open from 9AM to 5PM every day.

Why visit Eiraku Yumenomori Park?

Eiraku Yumenomori Park is like a hidden gem near the mountainous area of Kumatori. I could safely say that it's a perfect destination for kids and kids at heart. 

Getting to Eiraku Yumenomori Park:


From Kumatori Station, walk for about three minutes to Kumatori Ekimae Bus Stop. Ride bus #93 and board down at Namishogakuenmae Bus Stop. The 10-minute trip costs around 230 yen. From the station, you have to walk for about 1.7 kilometers (23 minutes) to reach Eiraku Yumenomori Park.

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  1. Looks like a really nice park for locals to visit.

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  2. Oh fun!! That giant slide looks awesome - I've never done a slide like that and I think that would be so cool!

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    1. The giant slide would make you want to be a kid again. =)

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  3. This looks like such a fun place! I wonder if the kids would be ok with parents joining them on the bouncy thing!

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    1. I think so... as long as the mom removes her stiletto.

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  4. Great post and photos!
    One day I'll travel to Japan...I hope.

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  5. Great photos and post!
    One day I'll get to Japan...I hope.

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  6. Looks like a fun park! Glad you enjoyed it.

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  7. This park is so beautiful, I enjoy the view

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  8. Jotting this down as I’m planning to take the rest of my fam to Osaka. The kids would enjoy that hidden gem. Thanks!

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    1. Your children will surely enjoy Eiraku Yumenomori Park. =)

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  9. I would love to try that giant slide! It looks fun! I’ve been to japan but never really gots to visit the parks.

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  10. Looks like a fun place. Hope I get the chance to visit someday.

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  11. I am in love with Japanise coulture, so visit Osaka is on my list of things to do. Once I will step in Asia, I will plan a visit to Japan as well.

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    1. You should do that. =) I do suggest that you head to Osaka first.

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  12. This looks like a lovely park, and one where kids and dogs can enjoy too! I'll remember to visit if I ever get to Japan!

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  13. Looks like you had a fun time. That bouncy attraction is so cool! No wonder it's a hit with all the kids.

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    1. I think the bouncy attraction and the giant slide are the top attractions of the park. =)

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  14. Another great post showing the beauty of Japan. U r making me love Japan after each post. Nice pictures and thanks for sharing.

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  15. The park looks amazing especially the giant bouncy attraction, and it's good to see there is a place for people to unwind, we have a few parks like that in my city and it's great, during that first week of Spring, just going out and making a barbecue and spending some time with friends :D

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    1. I agree Matija. Although it's a fairly new attraction in Osaka, this park is slowly becoming a go-to place for many.

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  16. So many fun activities to do for kids. That giant slide brought back some old memories.

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  17. I would love to visit Eiraku Yumenomori Park. It looks like a lovely park. Keshia Richmond

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  18. You have been to a lot of amazing places in Japan. That's awesome!

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  19. I love reading this blog, It is always crisp and to the point!

    Thanks for sharing.

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  20. This place looks amazing and also a good place for the kids too.

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  21. Really cool post. I love the giant slide and that bouncy thing is just another level!Some really cool images too - park looks so green and lush.

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  22. I like in Nagoya but I never been to this park in Osaka. We have a park like that nearby. But, I check this one out.

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    1. That's great to hear Aisasami. I do hope you get to visit this park in Osaka too.

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  23. This is a lovely sharing, I love beautiful places & travelling around. Love your sharing, photos & am enjoy my reading here :D Cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  24. Another great article. I love how you include kids as well as pets in your posts

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  25. I love read this article. And when i see some of your picture is look very unique place to visit

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  26. As always, your blog is very enjoyable to read, sharing the local destination in Japan. Oh i noticed you still have the Nuffnang badge - you might opt to removed it coz they already shutdown in business.

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    1. Thank you Blair!
      Really they did? Oh that pains me. I still have about 3K unpaid earning from the site. =(

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  27. Looks like you guys had a wonderful time. My ids will definitely enjoy this park. I am inching to try that slide!!

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    1. I'm pretty sure your children will love this place.

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