A few minutes walk to the east from Tezukayama 3-chome Station on the Hanshin Electric Tramway Uemachi Line. A park with a total area of 4.3 hectares spreading around Mandai Pond around 700 meters. According to the Sumiyoshi village magazine published in 1927, a long time ago, a mysterious monster lived in Bandai Pond and worried people. As a result, the monster no longer appears. At that time, it was called Mandara Pond because it was called Mandara, but it was called Mandara Pond before it became Mandaiike. Today's Bandaiike Park is a place for citizens to enjoy playground equipment for children, radio exercises and walking. During the cherry blossom season, the local cherry blossoms are crowded, and in the winter, wild bird fans gather for the migratory birds.