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Fiery Passion Found in BBQ, Horse Races, and Fire Rituals!

Yokohama, Kawasaki Full day 0

Start an adventure that lasts until night with barbecue near a horse race course and then visit many amusement facilities such as 'Warehouse', inspired by Kowloon castle in Hong Kong. Early the next day, you can also experience Gomakitou (rite of burning).

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Kawasaki Racecourse Barbecue Area

Kawasaki 1h

Kawasaki Racecourse's new Barbeque Plaza features a large screen on which you can watch horseracing, and a variety of playsets for children to enjoy.

LA CITTADELLA

Kawasaki 1h

LA CITTADELLA is a five minute walk from the east exit of Kawasaki Station. It is modeled on an Italian hillside town. At LA CITTADELLA you can enjoy going to movies,...

Kawasaki Daishi Heiken-ji Temple

Kawasaki 30m

One of Japan’s famous temples with over ten million visitors per year. It is known for warding off evil (Yakuyoke Daishi). Every day without fail, a priest will...

Taishi Park

Kawasaki 45m

This park, adjacent to Kawasaki Daishi Heiken-ji temple, has a baseball field, a tennis court, a pool and a lawn plaza. In 1987 (Showa 62), to commemorate 5 years...

Lazona Kawasaki Plaza

Kawasaki 1h

A large-scale commercial facility directly connected to JR Kawasaki Station, consisting of specialty stores such as fashion, food, a cinema complex, and gymnasium....

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