A vast park crafted on the site of Takada Castle. Known as a great viewing spot for cherry blossoms, the park is embellished with about 4,000 cherry trees in April.
The remains of the castle of the Satake Clan, evocative of the Edo Period (1603–1868) when feudal lords ruled the land. There is also a spot where you can play with an Akita dog.
One of the best cherry blossom viewing spots in Japan. The Tenshu, which is of Edo-style architecture and the only existing Tenshu in Tohoku, is worth a look.
Built as Japan's first suburban park. Has a variety of attractions for a fun stroll including Inokashira Pond, Gotenyama, sports facilities and a park.
The Tower of the Sun Museum is found where the Osaka World Fair once took place
Enjoy a sweeping view of the sea at Shirahama
A park memorializing Kobe’s glamorous modern history and the day of the earthquake
An equestrian park where people and horses meet and interact. With seasonal flowers such as cherry blossoms, the park is also a popular place to relax.
It’s not just about the animals! Enjoy this sprawling park and its many notable points
A fishing park where everyone can enjoy themselves, from beginners to experienced fishermen
A city park famed as a sightseeing spot representing Nara. World Heritage sites such as Todai-ji Temple, Kofuku-ji Temple and Kasuga-taisha Shrine are close to each other.
Selected as one of Japan's top 100 cherry blossom spots. You can enjoy viewing flowers and plants of the season and watching wild birds in the spacious park.
You can see Japanese crested ibis up close
Lots of beautiful roses
A garden which received the Award of Garden Excellence at the 17th World Convention of Rose Societies (2015). It is a garden where you can appreciate 10,000 roses of 1,500 varieties.
A scenic park selected as one of the New Tokyo 100 Views. The verdant park has a baseball field, tennis courts, and an athletic open space.
Picturesque white sands and green pine trees at the base of the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge
A park selected as one of the top 100 Japanese city parks, designed to enjoy water. You can play in the river.
Experience the Oku-Nikko loved by Sir Ernest Mason Satow
A large tea ceremony is held here to remember Toyotomi Hideyoshi