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Hiyoriyama Park, Ishinomaki

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a great place to see the mouth of the river that runs through Ishinomaki. There's also a place to look upriver. We happened to come in April and the sakura were beautiful. Some people were doi...  more »
  • Come here in any season, and if you are lucky enough you will catch an old man who walks the hill alone. No, he is not a Spectre, but in him lies the ghosts of the past. Having lost all his family mem...  more »
  • Walked up the steps/road to Hiyori-yama. Having stayed at Kikuchi Ryokan, the steps/road were located literally around the corner from the inn. It's about a a 20-minute hike to the top. You will be re...  more »
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  • Lovely park overlooking the ocean
  • What a wonderful view…!
  • During the earthquake, became an important refuge. However, no facilities to keep out the cold in this park. Also, have to climb a lot of stairs to evacuate from coastal damage was severe, with single-stage height is higher. Climb stairs but not old Eva is. Closer to the sea and still stand on the observation deck, often in a vacant lot with nothing on hand. Residents Center overlooking the Park from the certain chance after the disaster, and I, incorporating a pilgrimage tour to travel at this time. Directly listening to the stories of the victims, covering the story and spectacle of the real, I felt really painful. I think here is as great as the Park. When edge is cherry trees and enjoy hanami and all. Also, I would like to visit.
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  • The Park is situated on a hill in the town and provides an overview of the coast that was hit by the Zunami in 2011. Through the attached pictures as the city previously looked has has only started one of what must have taken place for a destruction here. The park itself is nicely designed with cherry trees and other green plants.
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  • There were birds Although INAI district and ishinomaki sea panoramic spot long ago should have been deer. Maintained trails within the Park, including mountain so cant be reasonably compared to earlier, was easier to walk. She is very likely to be picked up by earthquake, have been living in ishinomaki "House stands and streets have changed too, in the old days? I'm more comfortable in the field" and was telling. It is not dealing with any disaster still a part of life. Radish Hill (?? ) From the climb was really tough because if the car from major road recommended. So is there parking lot is dotted with wheelchair and stroller is a bit inconvenient.
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