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The forest of arts Ms Cafe

Osaka/Sendaiji, Ibaraki-shi#絶景スポット
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2,000 JPY 〜/1 night
4.76 (33)

Description

An overnight spot in a car located north of Osaka. It is also easily accessible from Osaka city, and the highway entrance is very close. You can enjoy the bonfire every night while enjoying nature. Within driving distance are the National Museum of Ethnology, Ibaraki-Jinja Shrine, Soji-ji Temple, Higashi Honganji Ibaraki-Betsuin, etc. *There is a narrow space up to the parking lot, so please do not drive more than 2m wide.

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Basic Facilities

24h Toilet
Water
WiFi
Playground
Pets Allowed
Smoking Area
Vending Machine
Washing Dryer
Waste Water Discharge
Security Cameras
EV Charger Stand
Administrator
※There are also facilities that can be paid by cash at the station

Additional Fee Facilities

Electricity socket
¥500/day
Non-free Wifi
Not available
Non-free Shower
Not available
Onsen (Adult)
Not available
Onsen (Child)
Not available
Dustbin
¥500/bag
Dog Park
Not available
Camping Behavior Allowed
¥500/day
Tent (For 2-3 people)
Not available
Tent (For 4-5 people)
Not available
Cooking Allowed
¥0/day
BBQ Facilities Rental
¥2000/day
Bonfire Allowed
Not available

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Supermarket
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Gasoline
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Restaurant
THE FOREST OF ARTS Ms Cafe (50m)
24h Toilet
THE FOREST OF ARTS Ms Cafe (50m)
Onsen
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Parking space

Maximum lots3 lot(s)
Parking Area Size:Length 5・Breadth 2・Height 3 m
※ Car size can be referred from here

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Cancellation Deadline

17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
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Reviews

4.76(33 reviews)
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COMPO Cabin
5.00Wed, Jan 3, 2024

お手洗いがとても広く綺麗でした。 事前に焚火や屋外調理、テーブル使用などについて確認させていただいていて、楽しみにしていたのですが、今回は生憎の天気で車中のみで過ごすこととなり残念でした。 途中の坂を下る時に車がかなり斜めになりドキッとしました💦

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5.00Wed, Jan 3, 2024

いい時間を過ごせました。 ホットサンドがとてもおいしかったです。 また行きたいと思える場所でした。

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5.00Thu, Jun 29, 2023

仕事が辛くて思い切ってペット達と車中泊しに行ってみました ゲリラ豪雨的なものが何回かあり犬はあまりあるけませんでしたが夜は涼しく何をするわけでも無く車の中でボーっとして過ごしましたが大自然の音と空気に癒されました 次回は朝食もお願いしたいと思います トイレもキレイで安心して利用できました ありがとうございました

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マックスKY
4.00Fri, May 5, 2023
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最初ぶっきらぼうな方なのかな?と思いましたが色々丁寧に教えてくれました♪ 施設は綺麗でした。 ただ、施設に行くまでの道はまあまあ狭い道です。 私の車はハイエースですが、本当にギリギリ💦あと、屋根部分は木の枝でちょっと傷ついてしまいました🥲 施設に入る迄の道の枝の剪定はやって欲しいかな〜

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ふかふか
5.00Mon, Apr 17, 2023

朝のホットサンドがめちゃくちゃオススメです!

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