Daisen Park [OSAKA / JAPAN]
Retaining the history of Japan Daisen Park filled with rich natural sceneries Daises Park covers 330,000 sq. feet of space and is the iconic park of Sakai City of Osaka. It is also listed among the “Top 100 Historical Parks of Japan," and has a significant place in history. Near the famous historical site “Daisen Ancient Tomb” built in the 500 B.C., Daisen preserves important history and cultural sites, with Japanese gardens, tea rooms and museums within the park, suitable for leisure and rest. In addition, the changing sceneries with cherry blossoms in Spring, greeneries in Summer, red maple leaves in Autumn, all add to the surprise of each visit.
- Cherry Blossom
- Autumn Foliage
- Japanese Room
Green pastures and cherry blossoms
in Spring weave into a beautiful overture
During Spring, the area surrounding the “Dora Pond” in the middle of Daisen Park is great for enjoying beautiful cherry blossoms. When the cheery trees come back to life during the Spring, the blossoms all bloom together, composing a truly breathtaking view. After the brief flower season, the blossoms slowly fall to the ground, an unique beauty of Spring time.
Cherry blossom season: Late March to Early April
Blue skies and green trees compose
the best natural background
After the cherry blossoms have faded, the treetops are filled with fresh green sprouts of Summer. Daisen Park is filled with natural scenery, its green trees and spacious skies complimenting each other. The fresh green colour of this season compliment bright red kimonos. Take the wedding photographs of your dreams within the beautiful Japanese gardens, with dramatic colours at your service!
Red leaves are are scenery of Autumn
enchanting and colourful
Photography of red leaves in Autumn are mesmerising, leaving viewers astonished at the creativity of nature. On the treetops of Daisen Park, leaves are decorated with different colours, some red and yellow, some remaining green. Among the abundant colours, a wooden cottage stands quietly, balancing the entire picture. Japanese gardens and red leaves make every corner of this places ideal for wedding photography.
Season: Late November
Visit the Japanese guest room in a kimono
and get a glance of Japanese culture
In Japan, the room for entertaining guests with tea are called tea rooms. The wooden structure of the buildings construct a calm and warm atmosphere, while the light falls onto the straw mattresses through the Japanese paper doors. Visit the tea rooms of Daisen Park for some unique wedding photography, and experience the genuine way the Japanese people greet guests.