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Nagai Uminote Park Soleil Hill

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Nagai Uminote Park Soleil Hill

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4 Chome Nagai, Yokosuka 238-0316 Kanagawa Prefecture
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Private Tour - Exploring the History of Uninhabited Island: Sarushima
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Private Tour - Exploring the History of Uninhabited Island: Sarushima

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Travelers seeking a quiet side of Tokyo will love this off-beat tour to abandoned Sarushima (or, monkey island) and Yokosuka. From the port town of Yokosuka, with its American connections, you'll travel over to Sarushima and explore the remains of the WWII-era military apparatus here. Your guide will tell you all about the history of these fascinating places, which many travelers miss.
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geekmomtokyo wrote a review Sep 2018
Tokyo, Japan290 contributions16 helpful votes
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Park with decent restaurant, organic farmers market and few good play ground. Not for teenagers. Petting zoo with kangaroo and kapipara. 2-3 hours of fun.They also have auto camp area. If you don’t want to bring your bbq equipment you can eat at either seafood or meat bbq site in the park
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Date of experience: September 2018
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DongZheng wrote a review Aug 2017
Yancheng, Kaohsiung49 contributions33 helpful votes
More commonly known as the Soleil Nooka Park from sources on the internet, I visited this place in the summer and I enjoyed the trip alot. Here's why. Attractions: There's a animal petting zoo in park and it was the main reason why I visited this place. There are Capybaras, sheeps, kangaroos, horses, bunnies, dogs, etc. Entrance fee to the petting zoo was cheap and you can purchase animal snacks at 100 yen each to feed the animals. The Capybaras are very docile and makes for a great place to get some nice and interesting pictures. There is also a small hill for kids to slide down, a 80's style train for you to catch a ride on, a shop that sells souvenirs and soft serve ice cream, playgrounds for the kids, etc. This park easily makes for a fantastic spot for a family day-out, or just a trip to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Location: Situated in Yokosuka, it takes about 1.5 hours to reach from central Tokyo via JR and bus. Alight at the Misakiguchi station and head to the tourist information center to check on which bus to take to the park.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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GusGustafson wrote a review Jul 2016
Mons, Belgium13 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a wonderful day out with lots of entertainment for children. There are two large outdoor playgrounds (one of which is brand new) and next to the first playground is a bicycle/tricycle circuit, a go cart circuit, archery, mechanized rides for young children and a pond with swan boats. Beyond that are several paddling pools to cool off in (shower and changing room are nearby). The park also has a petting zoo, a hill for kids to slide down, and an indoor play area for young kids (in one of the glass houses). We spent all day there. There is also apparently a hot bath there and vegetable picking but we've never done those. Various snack shops around seem to be mostly closed during the week but you can find something. We usually take a picnic but there is a restaurant. Many of the rides, etc you pay about ¥310 for each one so it does add up quickly. Parking was ¥1000 and there is no entrance fee.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Shannon C wrote a review Apr 2013
Yokosuka, Japan16 contributions38 helpful votes
Fun day trip. There is a ton to do here from a petting zoo, and ride-ons to cooking classes. They make it look like you are in a Provencial town on the coast of France. My kids loved the hill sledding and walking/splashing around in the shallow water features. If it's hot, make sure to bring bathing suits for the kids and sunscreen. Parking is 1000¥ all day. All of the different activities cost a few hundred yen. There is also an onsen. I can't say much about it though, because I was denied entrance because of my tattoo. The only onsen in I have visited that has done that. Oh well. There are massage chairs in the air-conditioned lobby of the onsen.
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Date of experience: May 2012
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