Out of 8.8 hectares of the park, 7 hectares is open in which you can observe wild birds and plants that surround us and deepen our understanding of nature. The park can be used as an area to learn about the outdoors and the environment. Photos provided by Sagamihara Tourism AssociationMore details
Exhibition facility at Joshibi University of Art and Design, Sagamihara campus. As we are located in Sagamihara City, a place rich in nature and art, we aim to become a museum that deepens the connection between citizens and the environment. We hold about 6 exhibitions every year including lectures, gallery talks, workshops, and other educational activities. Photos provided by: Sagamihara Tour...More details
You can enjoy nature and the seasons changing. Furthermore, there are walking paths as well as lawn areas where children and elderly can enjoy forest bathing. Komorebi no Mori has been choosen as one of Kanagawa's 50 beautiful forests. Photos provided by Sagamihara Tourism AssociationMore details
The park came to be known as Kanuma Park because long ago, the area was covered in reed. The pond in the center of the park is said to have been created by the footprint of the giant, Daidarabotti, when it tried to carry Mount Fuji. Currently there are creatures such as swans living here and it has become a place for relaxation for the people around the area.More details
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