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A nice stroll

Less than 30 minutes to stroll through the park. There's a flower clock. Not much to see. Nice... read more

Reviewed March 22, 2018
waijgjy
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岡崎 park

We visited the Park when our main attention was actually the Okazaki Castle. But walking through... read more

Reviewed April 28, 2017
Camper803123
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561-1 Koseicho, Okazaki 444-0052, Aichi Prefecture
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Reviewed March 22, 2018 via mobile

Less than 30 minutes to stroll through the park. There's a flower clock. Not much to see. Nice stroll with some cherry blossoms.

Thank waijgjy
Reviewed April 28, 2017

We visited the Park when our main attention was actually the Okazaki Castle. But walking through it we found it as an interesting place, with the castle being an integral part of it instead. Okazaki is famed as the birthplace of Tokugawa Ieyasu, founder of...More

Thank Camper803123
Reviewed December 16, 2016

The courtyard of the museum hosts actors who perform samurai shows. All in deference to Tokugawa Ieasu who was born here and rose from a farm hand to the powerful shogun known to history.

Thank Artur A
Reviewed November 24, 2015

Okazaki is the birthplace of Tokugawa Ieyasu who founded Edo Shogunate more than 400 years ago. Therefore, people in Okazaki seem loving the historical aspects of the city. Okazaki Park is more than a park. In the park, you can find a museum "Mikawa Bushi...More

Thank Tokugawa_Ieyasu
Reviewed August 21, 2015 via mobile

Very nice place to walk at morning, lot of history to read and see. Some ancient buildings with nice architecture very calm place to relax. Specially beauty in winter

Thank Reinaldo K
Reviewed April 13, 2015 via mobile

Great for picnic... especially during sakura season. If you are near the area, go to the tourism corner near the museum. Ask for an english pamphlet. That would be quite hard since old Japanese working there can't understand english. Yet, if lucky enough, they'll give...More

Thank Chalssey R
Reviewed March 17, 2015

I think this castle is better than the Nagoya castle. It is much smaller but the park around it is nice. There are only few shops around but the castle has a great history so if you like Japanese history then worth a visit. You...More

Thank GBJUK
Reviewed April 29, 2013

I went to the Okazaki Park for that annual Sakura-bloom viewing because this park has the best sakura scenery that is close to where I live. Huge yatai stalls for eateries and the river in the middle made for a spectacular view during the night...More

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