It has been chosen "Conservation areas of green in Kawasaki. It is located on the top of Joukei temple.
Tamakyu-ryo and Kakio Nature Stroll
We will hiki an approximately 8 km long course known as 'Kakio no Sanpodou'. Along the route, You can also visit shrines and parks with a lot of nature and enjoy great views.
When it is rainy season, hydrangea that has been planted since around 1967 is in full bloom. Because of this, it is called "Kakio's Hydrangea Temple".
The deity enshrined at the Tsukiyomi Shrine is the "Tsukuyomi-no-Mikoto," the moon god in the Shinto and Japanese mythology.
Known for its protection from fire, safety, and sickness.
Sakura trees have been planted surrounding Roguchinoike pond, making this a lively spot during cherry blossom and Hanami season in April.