Kureha Ecology Management Co., Ltd.’s Wastech Kanagawa was formerly operated by the Kanagawa Waste Treatment Foundation under the name of Kanagawa Clean Center until April 1st, 2010. They own three incinerators that burn 70 tons of waste per day, and they recycle this heat into electricity (4,800Kw/h). They open their doors to schools, organizations, corporations, and the general public to teac...More details
Kawasaki Coastal Industrial Zone - Coastal Tunnel Walk
Recommended by Kanagawa Prefecture
This course includes various tours, like walking down the longest undersea tunnel connecting Chidori-cho and Higashiougishima, experiencing industrial tourism, and enjoying the view of the harbor.Add to trip planner 10
The walkable section of this 3-meter-wide and 2180-meter-long tunnel was opened to the public in 2004, and it is Japan’s longest walkable undersea tunnel. A 15-minute walk connects Chidori Park and Higashi-ojima. The tunnel contains automatic doors that regulate its internal pressure, preventing exhaust fumes from leaking in.More details
Kawasaki Marien brings citizens and the port together. Formally known as "Kawasaki Harbor Promotion Hall", the building is 51 meters in hight and offers a panoramic view of the harbor from the observation deck. Facilities include a restaurant, a gymnasium, a tennis court and more. It is home to the world's largest stuffed great white shark.More details
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Double the fun! Enjoy a boat cruise and the glistening nightscape of the industrial factory district.