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Hitachi Seaside Park

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GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
 
Ibaraki’s horticultural highlight.
Hitachi Seaside Park is Ibaraki’s poster attraction, featured on pretty much every promotional pamphlet to do with the prefecture…and it’s not hard to see why.
The sprawling public park overflows with blooming seasonal flowers through the year...

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Gunma Flower Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Year-Round Beauty At This Family-Friendly Venue
Japan is renowned for having beautiful nature to appreciate no matter the season in which you visit, and that's a factual assessment of the Gunma Flower Park. Located by Mount Akagi, the 184 square-kilometer venue has multiple flowers a...

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Niko Niko Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
An absolute blast for the kids in Tokyo Located right by Meiji Jingu Gaien in central Tokyo's Minato Ward, Niko Niko Park is one of those gems of a place to bring your younger kids and give them free licence to run, jump, slide and play.
A haven for little jungle gym enthusiasts, the...

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Testugakudo Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
The philosopher's park in Nakano
One of the most fascinating parks to be found in Tokyo is the Tetsugakudo Park in Nakano City. Established in 1906 by philosopher and founder of Toyo University Inoue Enryo, the park is a public memento to the ideas and influences of philosophical tho...

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Echigo Hillside Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A Place To Play, Admire Flora, Or Simply Stroll Around
Niigata Prefecture isn't short on wide open spaces, but if you want to enjoy some wide open space with a bit of structure then the Echigo Hillside Park is a beautiful spot for it.
The park is a favorite for our family to visit, g...

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Shiretoko National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
The End Of The Earth
 
Nestled in Northeastern Hokkaido is a nature lover’s paradise. World Heritage Shiretoko National Park is home to the largest concentrations of brown bears in the world. Over 300 and counting, these animals live on a peninsula that runs 70 kilometers long (43.5 ...

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Onuma Quasi National Park

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JAPAN GUIDE
 
Designated as a "quasi national park" and located only twenty kilometers north of Hakodate, Onuma Park (大沼公園, Ōnuma Kōen) is known for its picturesque, island dotted lakes and majestic volcano, Mount Komagatake.
Onuma Park can be easily visited in either a day trip from Hakodate...

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Setonaikai National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Be inspired by nature's treasure house
Japan. What images come to your mind when this country is mentioned? Geishas, Sumo, perhaps a scene from the movie “Lost in translation”, mesmerised by the intricacies of an ikebana floral arrangement? Well, at Setonaikai National Park, you will...

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Osaka Expo Commemoration Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Stunning parkland, ornate Japanese gardens and wonderful cultural experiences
Less than thirty minutes from central Osaka, built on the site of the Japan World Exposition in 1970, the Expo Commemoration Park is a sprawling 260 hectares of tranquil parkland, serene ponds and gardens f...

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Towada-Hachimantai National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
An Invigorating Expedition of Discovery Through the Frozen North
In truth there are very few places in Japan that are actually remote, but if there are places that feel remote, they might well be found within the grounds of Towada-Hachimantai National Park that covers two expansive p...

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