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Things to do in Mobara, JP

Amagadai Total Park
Amagadai Total Park

Amagadai General Park covers 10.5ha, and is surrounded by greenery and water, with the facilities nicely integrated into the original landscape. The huge site offers sporting facilities encompassing Baseball Grounds, Athletics Field, and Tennis courts.

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Chofukujuji
Chofukujuji

http://www.city.mobara.chiba.jp/ Mobara (茂原市, Mobara-shi) is a city located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. As of December 1, 2015, the city had an estimated population of 89,655, and a population density of 897 persons per km².

Fujimi Park
Fujimi Park

Mobara Park, which is located about 2 km west of JR Mobara Station, was opened in early Showa. With about 2,850 cherry blossom trees - including Somei Yoshino - that bloom beautifully in the spring, this park is one of the top 100 places noted for cherry blossoms in Japan.

Hagiwara Park
Hagiwara Park

Mobara Park, which is located about 2 km west of JR Mobara Station, was opened in early Showa. With about 2,850 cherry blossom trees - including Somei Yoshino - that bloom beautifully in the spring, this park is one of the top 100 places noted for cherry blossoms in Japan.

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Kasamori Tsurumai Prefectural Natural Park
Kasamori Tsurumai Prefectural Natural Park

Kasamori Tsurumai Prefectural Natural Park (県立笠森鶴舞自然公園, Kenritsu Kasamori Tsurumai shizen kōen) is a Prefectural Natural Park in central Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Established in 1966, the park spans the municipalities of Chōnan, Ichihara, and Nagara.

Kasamori-ji
Kasamori-ji

Kasamori-ji (笠森寺) is a Buddhist temple located in the town of Chōnan in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The temple is also called "Kasamori-dera" using the alternate pronunciation of the Chinese character for temple (tera).

Mobara Park
Mobara Park

Mobara is a city found in Chiba, Japan. It is located 35.42 latitude and 140.30 longitude and it is situated at elevation 13 meters above sea level. Mobara has a population of 97,315 making it the 12th biggest city in Chiba. It operates on the JCST time zone, which means that it follows the same time zone as Chiba.

Mobarakogyodanchikita Park
Mobarakogyodanchikita Park

The cheapest way to get from Chiba to Mobara Station costs only ¥424, ... nihon-kotsu.co.jp. ... the park's central features are the Yōrō Valley and Kiyosumi ...

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Shiroko Shrine
Shiroko Shrine

http://www.town.shirako.lg.jp/ ... Mobara, Chiba; Chōsei, Chiba; ... The name “Shirako” was adopted from a local Shinto shrine named Shirako Jinja, ...

Shisekinagarayokoanagun Museum
Shisekinagarayokoanagun Museum

What companies run services between Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND), Japan and Mobara Station, Japan? There is no direct connection from Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) to Mobara Station. However, you can take the bus to Kamatori Station, take the walk to Kamatori, then take the train to Mobara.

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Soyokaze Park
Soyokaze Park

The quickest way to get from Chiba to Mobara Station is to taxi which takes 28 min and costs ¥10000 - ¥13000. Is there a direct train between Chiba and Mobara Station? Yes, there is a direct train departing from Soga and arriving at Mobara.

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Tachibana Shrine
Tachibana Shrine

http://www.city.mobara.chiba.jp/ ... Tachibana Jinja - a Shintō shrine connected with the Yamatotakeru mythology, the ninomiya of Kazusa Province;

Takakuhasuike Park
Takakuhasuike Park

The cheapest way to get from Chiba to Mobara Station costs only ¥424, ... nihon-kotsu.co.jp. ... the park's central features are the Yōrō Valley and Kiyosumi ...

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Yamauchi Dam
Yamauchi Dam

In an in-line type electron gun structure including three in-line type electron guns and a plurality of grid electrodes respectively aligned with the electron guns, each sleeve electrode has a length equal to at least 50% of an inner diameter thereof and the inner diameter is gradually increased toward a free end of the sleeve-shaped electrode from a point at about one half of the length thereof.

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