A variety of souvenirs including original park goods can be purchased at the entrance of Suikei-en (Japanese Garden).
- Snacks and sweets from Kyoto: from 150 yen
- Original post cards: from 50 yen
- Felt artworks “Wild Birds in the Park” by Motomi Tatsumi: from 2500 yen to 3000 yen
- Dried Lotus: 50 yen
- Park Guide Maps (Flowers, Birds, Autumn leaves): 100 yen each
Outdoor Goods and Refreshments
- Carp food: 50 yen
- Rental fishing rods for crayfish: 100 yen (available in summer only)
- Portable fishbowl for crayfish: 200 yen (available in summer only)
- Outdoor toys: from 100 yen
- Ramune (lemon soda): 150 yen
Tea Ceremony (Reservations recommended)
Tea ceremonies are held in the Suikei-en (Japanese Garden) during the peak season of autumn leaves. On sunny days, visitors can relax and enjoy a cup of tea and refreshments under the bangasa (coarse oil-paper umbrella) in Maple Valley, admiring the magnificent scenery of autumn leaves and cascading water.
Lunch Box (Only available by ordering in advance)
Keihanna Commemorative Park is known for its beautiful cherry blossoms and plum blossoms in spring. Why not take the park’s original spring theme lunch box prepared by “Isoji” restaurant and enjoy the blossoms? “Isoji” restaurant provides lunch boxes for park visitors.
Please read the notes below and contact the Park Administration Office to place an order. (*Not available on Wednesdays because the restaurant is closed.)
- Orders are accepted from two or more lunch boxes.
- Pick up the lunch boxes at 11 am at the Suikei-en (Japanese Garden) entrance.
- Ordering closes at noon on the day before your visit. (When visiting the park on Thursday, please order on Tuesday by noon.)
- When ordering 16 lunch boxes or more, please order by noon five days before your visit.
- Cancellations must be made by noon on the day before your visit. 100 % cancelation charge will apply thereafter. (When visiting the park on Thursday, please cancel by noon on Tuesday.)
Kangetsuro Hall Cafe
The Mori no Cafe ~Nagatan~ opened for operation since March 15. The cafe aims to serve good coffee and it is mainly operated by the “Seika-cho Furusato Annainin no Kai” (Seika hometown guide club).
The name “Nagatan” comes from the local nickname of the “Nagatani Pond.” The local citizens have been calling the pond “Nagatan” out of affection for many many years. The cafe space has a huge window that you can enjoy look out to the scenic view of “Nagatan,” the garden, and the forest area.
- Open: Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays
- Time: 10:00~16:00 *During evening events the operating time will change.
- Place: Kangetsuro Hall 1F in Suikei-en (Japanese Garden)
- Provided by: Seika-cho Furusato Annainin no Kai, and others
- Menu: Coffee, English tea, mikan (tangerine) juice, apple juice (each item is 300 yen)
Food and Concession Carts
*Food/Concession carts may close during bad weather. For more information, please contact the Park Administration Office.
Shops *Shops may change without notice.
- Ishidachoeido (rice dumplings, tea)
- Grand Place (pancakes, drinks)
- Marufuku café (crapes, drinks, waffle sandwiches)
- Olympia Shokudo (Longroad) (Olympia sandwiches, Olympia burgers, Box de Chick rice, Juice)
- Maple café (French toast, drinks)
- Coffee shop Tourbillion (coffee, drinks, Melba toast, granita)