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Tachikawa Park

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Tachikawa Park

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Thomas S wrote a review Oct 2017
San Francisco, California102 contributions10 helpful votes
Nice park for a picnic or just to walk around to get some exercise. The park is wide open with plenty of space
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Date of experience: October 2017
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GodfreyLee wrote a review Jun 2017
Tokyo Prefecture, Japan23 contributions1 helpful vote
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The best time to visit Tachikawa park is around April to May. The park is so big with particular view and plenty of beautiful kind of flowers. Nishi Tachikawa station is nearer station to access the park.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Robert K wrote a review Nov 2016
Merritt Island, Florida73 contributions35 helpful votes
This park has a lot to offer. It is huge and offers plenty of beautiful gardens. We saw the fireworks display and it was top notch with over 3000,000 attendees
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Date of experience: July 2016
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edestrada2016 wrote a review Apr 2016
San Antonio, Texas17 contributions4 helpful votes
Visited to see the Cherry blossoms and the visit did not disappoint with our timing in mid April. Cherry blossoms at their peak!
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Jenina d wrote a review Apr 2015
Tokyo, Japan120 contributions55 helpful votes
A friend of mine lives right along the Negawa River and since the sakura trees were in full bloom we took a stroll. I've been to several parks for hanami but I was simply blown away by the sight of the trees along the river. If you follow the road it leads up to a baseball stadium and a grassy hillside where people can sit and have a picnic (or a nap).
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Date of experience: March 2015
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