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Good for a walk/jog in the park

Very happy to discover such a nice place for a walk/jog. The park is very big and there is a... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2016
rena_fr
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Tokyo
Great Park for Walking

Went to the art museum and the open air house museum located at the park. The observatory offers a... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2018
TravelNutKase
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Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
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13 Sep 2018
“Great Park for Walking”
18 Jun 2018
“季節感を味わえる場所でピクニックなどにも最適です。”
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Reviewed 13 September 2018

Went to the art museum and the open air house museum located at the park. The observatory offers a nice view of the city. The park has a few different routes you can. Plenty of stairs. Peaceful.

Thank TravelNutKase
Reviewed 19 June 2018

混雑もなく、季節ごとに周りの自然が色を変えるそんな素敵な場所です。 公園自体も大きいので、ゆったりと楽しめます。 nice park not many people.you can go chill out,good for picnic.

Thank nishinkon
Reviewed 15 September 2017

We had a plaisant walk in this park at the weekend, a lots of tree, a small museum, restaurant an coffee. very nice.

Thank blackfrederick17
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

This was my first time to visit this park. We arrived for the Minkaen (folk houses) museum, but before enter that, we decided to go to Ikuta Ryokuchi. This is a very big park, with a small science museum, two exhibited trains, many benches and...More

Thank Nishimura A
Reviewed 12 November 2016 via mobile

I walked from Fujiko F Fujio Museum about 5 minutes to the top of a hill that is full of blooming flowers! The weather is just nice in Oct 2016. We prepared a simple picnic to enjoy the 'living among flowers'. I recommend this place...More

Thank farahrosli
Reviewed 11 June 2016

Very happy to discover such a nice place for a walk/jog. The park is very big and there is a museum, cafe/restaurant, old houses. Loved by local people to enjoy the nature in the busy city.

Thank rena_fr
Reviewed 25 September 2013

Just west of Tokyo's busy Shinjuku station on the Odakyu Line's Mukogaokayuen station, is Kawasaki City. Ikuta Ryokuchi Park is a short walk just south of the station. This is a very popular attraction because it has a variety of features in one location. My...More

1  Thank bjp257
Reviewed 22 May 2013

After visiting the Folk House Museum I stumbled on this gem at the end of the trail. Fountains that the kids could play in, picnic tables AND a cafe (good food at reasonable prices but limited menu). Flower buffs will (depending on season) love the...More

1  Thank Mandy N
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