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We went here with our 2 year old daughter to play with their trains playground for a while. It was a bit crowded so it was difficult to find something to play that wasn't taken in the beginning. But it became a bit more empty...More
We made this our second stop in the area after first visiting Hikone Castle in the morning and then taking the train up to Nagahama to see the gardens and conservatory / museum that house the plum blossom trees in large and smaller pots on...More