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Banyu Fureai Park
Banyu Fureai Park

Banyu Fureai Park. This park was the ... hiratsuka.kanagawa.jp ... HIRATSUKA BEACH PARK by shonan zoen Hiratsuka Park Complex Chigasaki City Gymnasium Chigasaki ...

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Chigasaki City Museum of Heritage
Chigasaki City Museum of Heritage

This site is the Museum DataBase of artscape Japan, run by Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. The site provides readers worldwide with English-language information about art exhibitions, museums and galleries throughout Japan.

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Chigasaki Milestone
Chigasaki Milestone

Chigasaki is located on the eastern bank of the Sagami River in south-central Kanagawa Prefecture, facing Sagami Bay on the Pacific Ocean to the south. Surrounding municipalities. Fujisawa; Hiratsuka; Samukawa; History. The area around Chigasaki has been inhabited since prehistoric times.

Chigasaki Park
Chigasaki Park

Some 40 portable shrines from Samukawa, Chigasaki gather to the beach with dawn on Marine Day (national holiday) in July. Characterized by the brave shouts “dokkoi, dokkoi” unique to Soushu shrines, the portable shrine carriers race around the beach.

Chigasaki Southern C
Chigasaki Southern C

Chigasaki (茅ヶ崎市, Chigasaki-shi) is a city located in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. As of July 2016, the city has an estimated population of 239,874, and a population density of 6,719.2 persons per km 2.

Chigasakishi Central Park
Chigasakishi Central Park

Chigasaki-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture. Map and Guide. Search for Japanese addresses in English. Plot them on maps with English labels. This is NOT Google Maps Japan in English.

Eboshi Iwa (Ubajima)
Eboshi Iwa (Ubajima)

International Association of Chigasaki ... Do you know the space-famous symbol of Chigasaki? It is Eboshi-Iwa rock ... reef called Ubajima and has a shape of Eboshi;

Fujisawa Ukiyo-e Museum
Fujisawa Ukiyo-e Museum

The museum is five minutes' walk from the east exit of Tsujido station, between Fujisawa and Chigasaki on the JR Tokaido line. It's open daily except Mondays from 10:00am to 7:00pm, opening on Monday and closing on Tuesday when the Monday is a national holiday; it also closes for the New Year's holidays and during exhibition changeovers.

Hamatakehigashi Park,
Hamatakehigashi Park,

Get directions, maps, and traffic for Chigasaki, . Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit.

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Jokenji
Jokenji

http://www.city.chigasaki.kanagawa.jp/ Chigasaki (茅ヶ崎市, Chigasaki-shi) is a city located in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. As of July 2016, the city has an estimated population of 239,874, and a population density of 6,719.2 persons per km 2.

Kaiko Takeshi Memorial
Kaiko Takeshi Memorial

Kaiko Takeshi Memorial House Chigasaki is located in Chigasaki. Put Kaiko Takeshi Memorial House Chigasaki and other Chigasaki attractions into our Chigasaki trip planner, and watch your holiday take shape.

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Kandai Park
Kandai Park

http://www.city.chigasaki.kanagawa.jp/ Chigasaki (茅ヶ崎市, Chigasaki-shi) is a city located in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. As of July 2016, the city has an estimated population of 239,874, and a population density of 6,719.2 persons per km 2.

Kowadahama Park
Kowadahama Park

http://www.city.chigasaki.kanagawa.jp/ Chigasaki (茅ヶ崎市, Chigasaki-shi) is a city located in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. As of July 2016, the city has an estimated population of 239,874, and a population density of 6,719.2 persons per km 2.

Obajoshi Park
Obajoshi Park

1. Chigasaki Chuo Park. Located a few minutes north of Chigasaki Station, Chuo Park is the most convenient place to see cherry blossoms in Chigaski. . Satoyama Park. Among other attractions like the giant slides, this park in north Chigasaki has sakura trees along some of its paths, making for a great springtime stroll through cherry blossoms.

Sakitori Shrine
Sakitori Shrine

Some 40 portable shrines from Samukawa, Chigasaki gather to the beach with dawn on Marine Day (national holiday) in July. Characterized by the brave shouts “dokkoi, dokkoi” unique to Soushu shrines, the portable shrine carriers race around the beach.

Samukawa Central Park
Samukawa Central Park

Samukawa is located in the flatlands of central Kanagawa Prefecture. The Sagami River passes through the town. Surrounding municipalities. Chigasaki; Fujisawa; Ebina; Atsugi; Hiratsuka; History. The village of Samukawa was founded in 1889. It was linked with Chigasaki Station by the Sagami Line in 1921.

Samukawa Shrine
Samukawa Shrine

The history of Samukawa Jinja Shrine dates back to the 8th century, and enshrines the prince and princess, Samukawa-hiko-no-Mikoto and Samukawa-hime-no-Mikoto.It is the only kind of shrine in Japan that performs the Happo-yoke prayers.

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Southern Beach Chigasaki
Southern Beach Chigasaki

The sand at Southern Beach is dark and fine, which in turn makes the water darker than areas like Okinawa and Shirahama in Izu; however, Chigasaki is a great and easy escape from the big metropolis only 25 minutes from Yokohama and 60 minutes from Shinjuku. Lifeguards patrol the beach and announce the time every thirty minutes. Facilities include a small western-style toilet, as well as porta-potties.

Southern Shrine
Southern Shrine

Beautiful Southern Beach with a view of Enoshima Chigasaki is a great little beach town with a lot of Hawaiian influence. The city is famous for their surf shops, and even boasts about opening the first surf shop in Japan.

Takasuna Ryokuchi Park
Takasuna Ryokuchi Park

CHIGASAKI JAMBOREE 2016 FLOWERS & VEGETABLES FESTIVAL 6 world peace. NOVEMBER 3 THU 10am‐3pm FUREAI FESTIVAL Chuo Park A lot of stalls will be set up along by volunteer groups including

Tsujido Seaside Park
Tsujido Seaside Park

Tsujidou-Kaihin-Prefectural-Park (Tsujido-Seaside-Park) truly embodies the best of what the Shonan area has to offer. The Japanese word “kaihin” means “seaside,” and as the name suggests, the park is located next to one of the most famous and popular stretches of beach in all of Japan, majestic Sagami Bay, Kanagawa.

Tsutsuji Park
Tsutsuji Park

A lush green park at the foot of Mount Tsutsuji. There is a cycling track, and you can enjoy bird watching and walking in the woods too. 300 trees of all different kinds are planted on the well-maintained lawns, offering a different beauty from the purple rhododendrons.

Yanagishima Sports Park
Yanagishima Sports Park

Chigasaki-shi official homepage. Yanagishima sports park was opened on March 25. Information for going straight bus temporary on March 25