Sakana-en Fish Park

Travel Guide - Sakana-en Fish Park


Sakana-en Fish Park which extends parallel to the Hirai-gawa River has a fishing pond, barbecue house and more.
At the river you can stream fish, and at a place where the river has been dammed is stocked with rainbow trout.
There you can catch them with your hands or scoop them with a net.
For barbecuing complete set of tools as well as meats and vegetables are made available.
Barbecuing without tools is also okay.
It is a popular spot where you can fully enjoy a day trip outdoors.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 16:00


  • Tuesdays

Access / Public Transport

  • 13 minutes from JR Musashi-Itsukaichi Station by the bus bound for Tsuru Tsuru Onsen. Get off at Inamuraishi Bus stop.

Address / Location

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