Located in the riverbed on the upstream side of the Kamikawa Bridge, it has a lawn open space of about 10,000 square meters in the center, and has a soccer field and a baseball stadium in the center. The view of Mt. Fuji from this area was chosen as one of the "Eight best views of the Sagami River" as "Fuji of Samukawa Miyayama", and its monument is installed in the park.More details
Get some good fortune at these power spots! Tour around lucky areas in Samukawa.
Recommended by Kanagawa Prefecture
Shonan Area 4h30m
Stroll around Samukawa’s lucky spots. At Kawatonofureai Park and Samukawa Chuo Park, get some good luck by looking at Mt. Fuji. Then, go to Samukawa Shrine to get rid of bad luck. After the shrine, try local snacks like the Samukawa bo-koro, hachifuku mochi, or Samukawa saichu. This course is great for getting some good fortune.Add to trip planner 10
The Samukawa Shrine in Samukawa-machi, Koza-gun, is the only protector in Japan which wards off evil from all directions. Prayers from anyone and everyone are accepted. During purification, you may feel refreshed and a sense of mysteriousness in front of the majestic godMore details
Shimukawa Central Park is one of the main parks of Samukawa Town. Large-scale events and festivals are held here, taking advantage of the extensive site area. From the prefectural road by the park, you can see the large torii gate of the approach to Samukawa Shrine and Mt. Fuji.More details
An example of cheap delicious food of Samukawa-machi is "Samukawa Bokoro". It is offered at nine stores in town. Since price, taste and size are different for each shop, please try various kinds of shops after visiting the temples. *Other lucky sweets include "Hachifuku-mochi" from the store on the precinct of Samukawa Shrine, and "Samukawa Saichu" by Sagamiya.More details
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