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Ibaraki Flower Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Roses Galore – And Plenty More!
Ibaraki Flower Park was opened in 1985, and spans an area of around 30 hectares. The park is home to a wide array of different blooms throughout the year, but it's most well known for its roses.
Approximately 30,000 roses grow here in around 900 differ...

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Koga Kubo Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Shogun Heritage And Peach Blossoms
I highly recommend that you get out of the Tokyo conurbation to the edges for a glimpse of open spaces of great natural beauty.
Something to bear in mind as you look for countryside getaways is that Japan is an old country, so much of its landscape ...

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Kitaya Park in Shibuya

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A Revamped Park Hosting The Area's First Blue Bottle Coffee
You may be surprised to learn that there is a large park at almost 1,000 square metres right in the middle of Shibuya.
Kitaya Park, located near the Shibuya Ward office building, was once a gloomy, quiet place that usually w...

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Nasunogahara Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Fun Packed Family Friendly Park
Nasunogahara is a vast recreational park with dozens of things to do and see. There is even a campsite in the park. The park is ideal for families visiting Nasu-Shiobara, Tochigi Prefecture. Apart from permanent attractions, they also have seasonal fac...

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Tsukioka Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A Family-Friendly Park With Seasonal Flower Displays
Tsukioka Park sits on a hillside in the Horinouchi area of Uonuma in Niigata, and the grounds span over 23 hectares. It's a fantastic spot for families to visit as there are plenty of play areas for children (including a giant roll...

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Super Nintendo World: Coming Soon

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A New Area At Universal Studios Japan Opening In 2020
When gaming fans hear the name Super Nintendo World, they likely envision a world of colorful scenery and beloved Mario characters.
Thanks to Universal Studios Japan, that is exactly what visitors will get.
New images of the expan...

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Odori Park

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GAIJINPOT TRAVEL
 
The coolest park in Sapporo, even when there's no snow!
Local eats, great views and ample time to relax while in Hokkaido Prefecture’s capital city: Welcome to Odori Park.
The expansive park is one of Sapporo’s most famous attractions hosting Japan’s largest snow festival, as w...

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Sumida Riverside Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
The Taito City Side Of The Famous River
 
Sumida Park is a spot of green and space along the banks of the Sumida River straddling both Taito and Sumida cities. The Taito City area, Sumida Riverside Park, extends for several hundred metres along the river while the Sumida City part se...

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Ushiku Daibutsu

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JAPAN TRAVEL
The Largest Buddha Statue in Japan
Located in the Ibaraki prefecture, in a town called Ushiku, there is a statue of a Buddha that has been recognized and recorded in the Guinness World Records. This Buddha has been acknowledged as being the largest Buddha in the world! It is 120 mete...

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Hanata-en Garden

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JAPAN TRAVEL
One of greater Tokyo’s secret gardens
For visitors seeking the quintessential classic Japanese landscape, Tokyo offers great expanses of greenery and ponds at gardens such as Shinjuku Gyoen and Hamarikyu. These gardens are popular with Japanese and international visitors alike, and t...

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