Heiwadai Park was constructed in 1940 to celebrate the 2,600th anniversary of the imperial era. The park contains seasonal flowers and greenery that spreads throughout the park.
It is widely known as Peace Tower Park, the area of the park's base is 1023m² and designed by Jitsuzo Hinago with a cost of 670,000 Yen.
Situated in the park is the Peace Tower with a height of 37m that stands in the park and considered as one of Miyazaki's most recognizable landmarks. At the end of the park is the Haniwa Garden, with now have a 400 earthenware replicas that set around the garden to help awaken an ancient atmosphere of the park.
From Mizaki Station, there are a couple of buses that can take you straight to Heiwadai Park. As an alternative, you can take a bus in Mizaki Station that's headed to Tachibana Dori and get off at the Depato Mae bus stop. From there, transfer to a bus bound for Heiwadai Park.
The park is always open. No closingd days. Admission is free. The transportation fee from the Mizaki Station via direct bus is 320 Yen and 260 Yen for the Tachibana Dori route.
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