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Giant Kite Museum and Views of Sagami Valley

“Hachikendako” is one of the traditions in Sagamihara City which was passed down during the Tenpo era (around 1830). Known to be the largest kite in all of Japan, it measures 14.5 meters (47.6 ft) each side, and weighs around 950kg (2,094lbs). It is also impressive to witness the entire process of making the kite, from the framework to lettering, which are done all by hand.

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Eight Views of Sagamigawa River

Sagamihara 15m

The "Eight Scenic Shelves and River Terraces" have been selected as one of the "Eight Scenic Views of Sagami River" for their excellent views of the Sagami River....

Sagamihara Asamizo Park

Sagamihara 45m

A park surrounded by greenery and colorful flowers, with a place where you can interact with animals. Clematis flowers bloom in spring, and in early summer, you...

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