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Yakushiike Park

91 Reviews
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Yakushiike Park

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Jay Idris wrote a review Oct 2019
Bangi, Malaysia181 contributions20 helpful votes
Beautiful, well maintained public park with a lake, winding paths, a marsh teeming with crayfish traversed with wooden bridges and some interesting historic Japanese buildings. It's wedged in between a busy road but you completely forget that a road is even nearby. Quiet and
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Date of experience: June 2019
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SueD wrote a review Sep 2019
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We caught a bus from Machida en route to Squirrel Park(more or less opposite side of road to this Park), with two young grandsons in tow. We visited Yakushiike Park- free entry - for a picnic lunch during sakura season when families were picnicking and appreciating the blossom.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Nakagawa1971 wrote a review May 2019
Darwin, Australia253 contributions22 helpful votes
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This park area is immaculately kept, by a team that can be seen going about their business every day. The pond has fish & turtles living inside. The ducks fly in/out throughout the day. The park is how to numerous different types of birds. There is a temple to the top of the
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Nakagawa1971 wrote a review May 2018
Darwin, Australia253 contributions22 helpful votes
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Catch the bus from Machida or take a walk it is 6km from central Machida. I had a small hail storm on the way home chose to enjoy a bowel of Ramen at the many little cafes now popping up enroute waiting for the weather to clear.. There are a couple of Shrines & Parks along the
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Date of experience: May 2018
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cmkapoor wrote a review Mar 2018
Kawasaki, Japan16 contributions6 helpful votes
When I visit this park I am with the nature and feel stress free totally. Japanese Udon served by the handicap local staff and run by the city office were tasty and served with smile
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Date of experience: March 2018
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