The Shurakuen Buddha was constructed to commemorate the marriage of Emperor Showa. Its eyes were set in place in 1927, marking the consecration of the statue. Even larger than the Great Buddhas of Kamakura and Todaiji Temple, the statue is a popular symbol of Tokai City. At Shurakuen Park where the Great Buddha is to be found, not only is there playground equipment and lawn areas visitors can play on, but also facilities including training rooms, indoor pools and baths. You can also enjoy a cup of matcha while admiring Japanese-style gardens, at "Omeian."
|Location|| : 〒476-0003
2-1 Nishi-Maruyama, Arao-machi, Tokai-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
days / hours
| : 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
*: Swimming pool opens specially on second and fourth Mondays from 10:00 to 17:00
|Parking|| : Available, free of charge (cap. 200 cars).
*: Open from 8:30 AM to 9:30 PM.
*: Large buses and micro buses must park in the designated parking area (first-come, first-served basis, reservation required).
|Holidays||: Monday (the following day if Monday is a public holiday)|
|Phone number||: 0562-32-5149|
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|Width of accessible restroom||〇 100cm|
|Electric wheelchair usage||〇|
|Stairs and steps||〇|
|Elevator (door width)||〇 90cm|
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|Elevator voice guidance||〇|
|Alternative measures when there is no ramp||〇|
|Reading glasses rental||×|
|Assistance dogs allowed||〇|
|Assistance dog relief area||×|
|Facility guide map in Braille||×|
|Stair handrail signage in Braille||×|
|Tactile paving for the visually impaired||〇|
|Special fee in support of disabled persons||×|
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