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Walk through the Kawasaki Daishi and experience the blessings of the Tama River

Yokohama, Kawasaki 7h15m

Including one of the leading Yakuyoke Daishi, Kawasaki Daishi, this course will introduce you to the culture, streets, and natural beauty of Japan.

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Daishi Omotesando

Immediately close to Daishi station of Keikyu Daishi line. It is famous for not only shopping area which is about 500m length leading you directly to Daishi-Hirama Temple of Kawasaki with many locally rooted lively shops.

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Taishi Park

This park, adjacent to Kawasaki Daishi Heiken-ji temple, has a baseball field, a tennis court, a pool and a lawn plaza. In 1987 (Showa 62), to commemorate 5 years of friendship-city relations between Kawasaki City and Shenyang City (in China), a Chinese garden, Shinshu-en, was presented as a gift. This garden is a very popular spot.

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Tama River green space

The river tearrace that surrounds the Tama river in Kawasaki City has a baseball field, soccer pitch, multipurpose area, and half marathon course. It is a place for sports and recreation for the local community.

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Kawasakikakou Sluice gate

Kakou Suimon at Tama river was built in March, 1928 (Showa 3) as part of the management plan of canal, ports and harbors. Ornaments in the motif of abundant pears, grapes, and peaches in a basket are at the top of the tower. Those fruit used to be specialties of Kawasaki at the time. The water gate was designated as a registered tangible cultural property in 1998 (Heisei 10). Photos Provide...

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Inage Shrine

A well-known shrine amongst the locals worshipping the protector of Kawasaki which is said to embody the virtues of “Victory” and “Harmony”. The era in which the shrine was built is unknown, but the sacred large gingko tree (Oicho in Japanese) is said to be over a 1000 years old. There are many events held throughout the year, namely the Reitaisai (Kawasaki Sanno Festival) in August. In the vic...

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