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Wife and I spent about 2.5 hours walking from Nerima Takanodai station through the Shakuji koen (Park) with visits to the Dojo-ji and Sampo-ji temples overlooking the Sampo-ji ike pong. We then walked to the Shakuji koen station and had lunch at a nice, modern...More
I have lived here since 1996 and is hands down my favorite suburb and park in Tokyo. It has a very natural feel with its own eco-system. I've even seen a snake once, Green General or Midori Daisho something along those lines. A real comfortable...More
Loved walking around it! Restful! A perfect place to bring the small ones, the crumblies and even for a romantic walk with the Dictator! ADORED the little restaurant with the eighty-year-old waitresses! Authentic 日本 if ever!
Tokyo is one of the busiest regions in the world and therefore spots like this are needed and good to forget for a moment how big the city actually is.
The Park is divided. One side has row and pedal boats to hire. The park...More
If you are looking for an escape out of the city, then this is a good option. Take the Seibu Ikebukuru line to Shakujikoen station, take the south exit and wander about until you find it. The signage isn't the best, but when you get...More
Just a short walk from Shakujii-Koen station is this beautiful gem. It's a fairly large park with a variety of activities set around a lake. I might have missed it except for the size of the lake on the map. There are information plaques on...More