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A thriving park-like collection of boutiques, restaurants, shops, Tivoli North you could say

The mountainous Kiyosato area at the foot of the towering Yatsugatake mountains has several good... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
peterfuchs2017
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Tokyo, Japan
Popular "Alpine" shopping village - now the best of Kiyosato

Kiyosato, an unpretentious former tourism town (village really) had its heyday 30 years ago as a... read more

Reviewed February 19, 2018
peterefuchs
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Tokyo, Japan
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2 weeks ago
“A thriving park-like collection of boutiques, restaurants, shops, Tivoli North you could say”
Feb 19, 2018
“Popular "Alpine" shopping village - now the best of Kiyosato”
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3545 Kiyosato Takanecho, Hokuto 407-0301, Yamanashi Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The mountainous Kiyosato area at the foot of the towering Yatsugatake mountains has several good roads connecting Yamanashi and parts of Nagano to the north, as well as the quirky little JR Koumi Line which most people board from the transfer at Kobuchizawa, others from...More

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Reviewed February 19, 2018

Kiyosato, an unpretentious former tourism town (village really) had its heyday 30 years ago as a popular "date spot" for Tokyo co-ed college students and their friends with cars. At the time it was an accessible fresh-air countryside outing, with cute little "pension" style (ie....More

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Reviewed April 30, 2014

Hall of Halls is where they have a nice collection of musical organs, and they have free demonstration on select pieces every half hour. You can get hands on and play with one of the pieces too. Very nice activity for music lovers and children.

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