The Hyogo Prefectural Maruyamagawa Park is a yearround playground providing boating, skating, swimming, and more to visitors staying in Toyooka.
Located right next to the Maruyama River which flows into the Sea of Japan, those looking for a river boating experience are encouraged to stop in and inquire about kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and even Canadian-style canoeing.
Tours provided by the park traverse around sights dotting the Maruyama River and the connecting Meshitani River, including a torii gate where visitors can pray from their boats.
The Hyogo Prefectural Maruyamagawa Park is also the only facility nearby to supply Canadian canoes in addition to kayaks and paddleboards.
During the summer, guests can cool off in the park’s 50-meter swimming pool.
In the winter, the pool is iced over to create a large iceskating rink with the scenic Maruyama River as its backdrop.
From April to November, a separate in-line skating rink is also available to use.
A chic art museum is located inside the Park’s main building, housing regularly changing exhibitions with a strong focus on local artists.
- Business Name
- Hyogo Prefectural Maruyamagawa Park
- Business Hours
Art Museum: 9:00-17:00
Ice Skating: 10:00-18:45 (until 20:45 if nighter)
- Holidays / Closed
- Every Monday from Nov-April, 12/31, 1/1
This site is in Japanese.
- Entrance Fee
Art Museum: 200 JPY
Boating: ~1,900 JPY
Ice Skating: 500 JPY
Skating: 400 JPY
Pool: 250 JPY
- Language Support
Sorry, but only Japanese is spoken.
- Free parking lot
1163 Oshima, Toyooka, Hyogo 669-6123