Take a leisurely stroll and reconnect with nature
Discover seasonal plants while strolling through the spacious grounds at the Hyakunen Park, where each season brings a different feel.
This park was established in 1971 on the centennial of the prefecture’s founding. You can see many flora and fauna in Satoyama Forest, which extends within the park grounds, and also learn more about it at the museum. Strolling through the spacious grounds is excellent for your health. There is also highly popular play equipment and cycling paths for children. Family picnics are also a highly recommended activity.
- The Iris Festival is held annually in June. The Iris Park is a famed horticultural attraction, containing 20,000 stalks of iris of 100 varieties.
- Home to the Gifu Prefectural Museum, featuring full-body scale models of dinosaurs, displays showcasing the nature and history of the countryside, unique natural objects, as well as folk arts and crafts.
- Special exhibitions, planned exhibitions, and public exhibitions featuring in-house collections and private collections of prefectural citizens are also held.
- Enjoy the foliage of the four seasons while strolling along the many paths.
- Use magnifying glasses and binoculars to discover the small aspects of nature.
- Enjoy an unobstructed view of the Northern Alps from the highest level (10m in height) of the observation deck.
- Features a wide variety of play equipment, from giant structures to be played on recklessly to wooden play equipment for small children, and a physical strength cultivation corner for adults.
- Also features cycling paths, tennis courts, and a dog park.
- Park Name
- Gifu Prefecture Hyakunen Park
- 1966 Koyana, Seki City, Gifu Prefecture 501-3941
- Operating hours
- Park closures
- Mondays (or the following weekday should Monday be a public holiday or a replacement holiday)
Phone : 0575-28-2166
You can also inquire through our website.
- Official homepage
Around 5 mins. from the Seki IC on theTokaihokuriku Expressway
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Enrich your enjoyment of the parks of Gifu. Nearby spots
Seki Traditional Swordsmith Museum
This museum showcases the 700-year history of swordmaking in Seki. Information on how traditional Japanese swords are made is displayed, and a traditional Japanese sword workshop and artisan performance venue, and the Sword Festival are among the public events held. There is also an ongoing exhibition of actual swords that represent the essence of swordmaking in Seki.
Address: 9-1 Minamikasuga-cho, Seki City, Gifu Prefecture
Mino Washi Musuem
This museum introduces the history and techniques of Mino washi (traditional Japanese paper) which spans the last 1,300 years. Besides regular exhibition rooms, the museum features unique paper-themed exhibitions and also organizes papermaking tours and workshops.
Address: 1851 Warabi, Mino City, Gifu Prefecture
Mino Washi Lantern Art Gallery
This gallery displays prizewinning entries from the Mino Washi Lantern Art Exhibit held every fall in Mino City. The first floor features a free resting area and a shop selling lanterns made from Mino washi. The second floor features a museum area that recreates the Mino Washi Lantern Art Exhibit.
Address: 1901-3 Motozumicho, Mino City, Gifu Prefecture
Six prefectural parks connecting Gifu
We introduce six parks operated by Gifu prefecture, which change according to the seasons and are full of individual charm.