The mountain's surface is currently known as Mount Tenpō Park (天保山公園 Tenpōzan Kouen?). Surrounded by a large levee, the park itself contains large hills (the deposits for earth dug up in constructing underground train tunnels) which have much higher elevations than the actual "peak" of the mountain.
A stone memorial of the Meiji Emperor's first sea-borne military parade in 1868 is located next to the triangular peak of the mountain. The park's clock-tower was originally a prop for a television show produced by the Kansai Telecasting Corporation, but was later donated to the prefecture. The park contains several other statues of important figures, along with reproductions of ukiyo-e art depicting the area during the Edo period.